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And They All Lived Together in a Crooked Little House
There was crooked coach in a crooked little school
a crooked little judge and a crooked governor, too.
Madre de Dios!! How much further is this going to go? What is WRONG with people??
First the judge who lowered the requested bail (besides denying the leg bracelet and making the lowed bond unsecured) for Jerry Sandusky should have recused herself as she is a volunteer for his Second Mile Foundation.
Now we have the very governor of Pennsylvania looking like a double-speaking moron.
He's been all over the media talking about how terrible it is, how he's going to change the laws, how Patereno "didn't go far enough," how he feels more victims may still come forward, etc., etc..
And now it comes out that even though Governor Corbett was the Attorney General who began and supervised the sex abuse investigation that started in 2008, that he knew all about it, that he actively investigated it and kept it going, he still went right ahead and approved a $3,000,000.00 grant to the Second Mile Foundation.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — With Pennsylvania still reeling from the Penn State child sexual abuse scandal, Gov. Tom Corbett made the rounds on the Sunday morning talks shows.
He told interviewers that Joe Paterno and Mike McQueary didn’t do enough about the child sex abuse allegations. Also, Gov. Corbett says he fears more victims will come forward.
On Fox News Sunday, Corbett says Paterno may have met his legal obligation in the sex abuse scandal, but says the ousted football coach didn’t go far enough.
“When you don’t follow through, when you don’t continue on to make sure that actions are taken, then I lose confidence in your ability to lead,” said Corbett. “That would be the case here.”
On NBC’s Meet the Press, Gov. Corbett was highly critical of key witness McQueary who testified that he witnessed a 10-year-old boy being sexually assaulted.
Gov. Tom Corbett this summer approved a $3 million state grant to The Second Mile, the charity founded by suspected child molester Jerry Sandusky, despite knowing about the sex abuse investigation that later resulted in charges against Mr. Sandusky.
According to correspondence from Mr. Corbett's budget secretary, Charles B. Zogby, the $3 million was first budgeted by the Legislature in 2010 and approved for release by former Gov. Ed Rendell a year ago.
"The Office of the Budget has completed its review of The Second Mile Learning Center project and I am pleased to inform you that Governor Corbett has approved the Commonwealth's commitment of $3,000,000 in RACP funding for this project," he wrote in a July 20 letter to Jack Raykovitz, Second Mile CEO until he resigned Monday.
Mr. Corbett as attorney general supervised an investigation that began in 2008 when a 15-year-old Clinton County boy came forward with complaints that Mr. Sandusky had sexually abused him. The governor spoke about the case in a live radio interview on Tuesday but was not questioned about the grant. He could not be reached to comment about it later.
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Re: And They All Lived Together in a Crooked Little House
Jeez....now it's getting positively incestuous:
A former Pennsylvania county prosecutor said Wednesday that he referred an allegation that former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky had sexually abused a child to state prosecutors because his wife's brother was Sandusky's adopted son.
Former Centre County District Attorney Michael Madeira told The Associated Press that he cited the possible conflict of interest in passing the 2009 report to the state attorney general's office, which at the time was headed by now-Gov. Tom Corbett.
"I reviewed it and I made the decision it needed to be investigated further," Madeira told the AP in a phone interview. "But the apparent conflict of interest created an impediment for me to make those kinds of decisions."
Re: And They All Lived Together in a Crooked Little House
There is something that has to be faced, certain people see nothing wrong with Sodomizing Children, we are slowly becoming a nation of "sex perverts" this country is obsessed with sex, it's in our Churches, it's in The Boy Scouts, it's on the School Busses and The Entertainment World has gone completely nuts over it, Shackinbg Up today is now as American as Hot Dogs & Beer, out of wedlock children number in the millions, millions more have no idea who their father even is, Marriage Vows Mean Nothing, SEX IS SHOVED DOWN OUR THROATS DAILY IN ALL FORMS OF OUR MEDIA, you are now living in "Cool America"
This Is The Line I would Use Today If I Were Trying To Pick Up A Girl In A Bar.
"Hi, my name is Harry, wanna go somewhere and f-ck"
WE REAP WHAT WE SOW
GUARD YOUR CHILDREN WELL THE COOL HIPSTERS ARE OUT THERE
Harry Boy (Genius)
In The Absence Of Law And Order Society Will Surely Destroy Itself