Monday, May 24, 2010

SIMPLY AWESOME

87 comments:

The Lizard said...

FOR REAL?? Outstanding! Keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

Let's get more of these posted around the Capitol!

Anonymous said...

I am signor ferrarri!

Anonymous said...

Wow. This guy is impressive. One of the few elected Democrats I've seen willing to shove it back in Corbett's face. If the Dems don't want to get wiped out this fall - in the State House and in the Gov's race - they all better ask this guy to share his balls with them and start taking on Corbett for his abuse of power and office.

The previous commenter suggested getting more photos like this posted around the capitol and I think that's a great idea for those that work there.

We are all Signor Ferrari and bfbarbie now!

Anonymous said...

I AM SIGNOR FERARRI.

Anonymous said...

Signor Ferarri is not just in the Capitol.
but is everywhere that justice has been abused. Signor/signore Ferrari lives in Shamokin, and Coudersport, and Eagle's Nest and Bloomsburg.

The single mother in Nesquehoning, the widower in NantyGlo, the couple twittering for equality from Mahonoy City.

Our cities find the aggrieved on Spruce Street and on Liberty Avenue. From Broad Street to High Street. From the Reading Terminal, to the Strasbourg Railroad. Wherever Pennsylvanians's rights have been trampled on, Signor Ferrari is there.

From the shores of Erie, to the Susquehanna's rocky waters, Hope is springing up and the people will have their say.



Viva Signor Ferrari!

Round up the usual suspects!

Anonymous said...

I dreamed I saw Signor Ferarri walking on the Delaware River.

Anonymous said...

I think the Secret Immunity Witness is crapping in his pants right now!

Corbett is going down and along with him, SIW!

Anonymous said...

I am Signor Ferrari!

Anonymous said...

Rick Taylor For Attorney General in 2012, need not have a Law Degree.

Corbett proves that every day with Law Degree!

Taylor's MSIR Degree is from Cornell University one of the best in the nation.

Anonymous said...

Ich bin Herr Ferrari!

Anonymous said...

I am Signor Ferrari

AND I VOTE!!!

Anonymous said...

"There ain't no sin and there ain't no virtue. There is just stuff people do."

Anonymous said...

To paraphrase Justice Musmanno:

If I could climb to the highest Allegheny,
And pluck a pine tree from its
root,
I would write upon the sky,
"I am Signor Ferrari"

I AM SIGNOR FERRARI

Anonymous said...

As long as there's love, the lord don't mind.

Anonymous said...

I am Signor Ferrari!

Anonymous said...

i
I'm Signor Ferrari/fbarbie

You're Signor Ferrari/fbarbie

All God's children are Ferrari/fbarbie

Even Tom Corbett's Ferrari/fbarbie

Anonymous said...

I am Signor Ferrari.

Anonymous said...

I AM SENOR FERRARI.

Anonymous said...

I am Sennore
Frerrari.

Anonymous said...

All are one!

We are Signor Ferarri.

Anonymous said...

We are Signor Ferrari!

Anonymous said...

End Corruption. Impeach Corbett!

Anonymous said...

Let the People speak!

Anonymous said...

We are Signore Ferrari!!!

Anonymous said...

We need more standup legislators.

Anonymous said...

Pass the word: I AM SIGNOR FERRARI!

Anonymous said...

Hey, Tom, I am Signore Ferrari!

Anonymous said...

Attn: Tom Corbett!!
We are Signore Ferrari
and we vote!!!

Anonymous said...

My son was not an honor student at St. Mary's.

Anonymous said...

I am Signore Ferrari.

Anonymous said...

All the ifo on this website over the year MUST be compiled and sent to the new DEMOCRATIC US attorneys in Pennsylvania. The AG must be held accountable for misusing his office, trampelling on people's civil rights of free speech, issuing improper subpoenas, and campaigning on state time with state resources.

Anonymous said...

Corbett father would have been embarrassed by his actions.

Anonymous said...

If you can read this thank a veteran.

Anonymous said...

Resign, Tom Corbett, Resign!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
All the ifo on this website over the year MUST be compiled and sent to the new DEMOCRATIC US attorneys in Pennsylvania. The AG must be held accountable for misusing his office, trampelling on people's civil rights of free speech, issuing improper subpoenas, and campaigning on state time with state resources. May 24, 2010 2:57 PM

Corbett said Bonusgate was started by the story on the Patriot News.

Yet, there has been stories on Stetler Motions with verifiable evidence by and 'Fairminded Independent Newspapers, yet no investigation by any Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Agency.

No Federal Investigations either.

Very few Newspapers Follow Ups!

Throw in Corbett's Campaign Brian Nutt and Mike Long participations in bonuses, and you really have a stroy on why Corbett has taken so long to investigate them let alone hire them?

The Kimmentt Depostitions of Corbett and Complaint Allegations alone is Pulitzer Prize Story.

So, something is very wrong.

Anonymous said...

With all this dissent, with all this scandal, how can justice be served? Tom Corbett should resign as Attorney General and withdraw as the Republican candidate for Governor.

Free Speech Forever!!

Our Forefathers gave their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to give us the Right to Free Speech and Expression. How dare our elected officials try to take it away!

Free Speech Forever! Tyranny Never!

Anonymous said...

When Tom Corbett is in jail, will the Commomnwealth get the rights to the movie version?

Anonymous said...

Your papers, please!

Anonymous said...

I heard the movie rights have already been outsourced to India. So, you want to be a millionaire? Good luck.

Anonymous said...

We need more politicians like Rick Taylor. I don't know you but I salute you for standing up when others don't have the fortitude to do so. When you stand for one, you stand for all.

Anonymous said...

Corbett is a thin-skinned bully who abuses his power as AG to intimidate and harass those that dare to tell the truth. I AM SIGNOR FERARRI.

Anonymous said...

Hoorah for Rep. Taylor. Nice to see someone under the dome with some guts. Bring it.

Anonymous said...

I recently discovered this blog because of the twitter subpoenas. I'm shocked by what's been reported here. While reading through the posts - I found this one : http://casablancapa.blogspot.com/2010/04/enter-goon-squad.html

So before Corbett's attempt to silence twitter critics - he went after a Democratic member of the House who dared to criticize him in public! This Galloway guy should take a lesson from Rick Taylor - call Corbett out and get in his face. What he did to Galloway - sending agents to his office to intimidate him (a political opponent) may be the scariest abuse of the power of an AG I have ever heard of!

I would like to see more info posted here (and elsewhere) on this incident. I hope Galloway gets the guts to hold his own press conference and tell the world directly about this incredible Corbett effort at intimidation of House Democratic member.

This should be national news. It proves a pattern by Corbett of political intimidation and shows the twitter incident was just another example of his abuse of power.

I hope others repost this Galloway story elsewhere and get it into the twitter world. Some national reporter should jump on this story.

Anonymous said...

Of course Rep. Rick Taylor doesn't like Tom Corbett. Taylor's 2006 campaign manager was Rachel Manzo. She was indicted for working on Taylor's campaign at taxpayer expense and has since pled guilty.

Anonymous said...

Can you please stop commenting on your own post over and over again? No one believes each of those is a different person.

Signor Ferrari said...

We have no idea who they are. We don't have subpoena power.

The Lizard said...

To Anonymous 46 (or there about) and your comment about Rachel Manzo. Were laws broken in Bonusgate? Well, yes, there were. Is Tom Corbett breaking the same kind of laws as I write this? Well, yes, he is. Are you a Pennsylvania taxpayer forking out salaries for Corbett's bodyguards going to campaign rallies with him where they intimidate voters who want to ask a question about any of this? If you live in Pennsylvania and pay taxes, then the answer is yes. Is Corbett using Brian Nutt as state employee and campaign manager? Yes. Signor Ferrari likes a fair and balanced prosecution of the law. Too bad that Corbett and the state Republican Party never look in the mirror for a little honest self evaluation. Maybe they can't.

Barb said...

i am signor ferrari! oh! no...i'm bfbarbie! UNITED WE STAND!!!
FREEDOM OF SPEECH!

Andy Tuzinski said...

I am Signor Ferrari....and I approve this message

Anonymous said...

For many years, the District Attorney of Allegheny did not have a law degree, and they survived. Why not throw the State Attorney General's office open to laity. TOM CORBETT certainly has proven to the world that with a law degree he still mismanages office of the State Attorney General.

Anonymous said...

I am a Republican voter for 35 years and I do not want to promote the liberal agenda, so rather than vote for a Democrat I am going to write-in Signore Ferari for Governor and bfbarbie for Lt. Governor.

Anonymous said...

Does Signor Ferrari have WiFi in his prison cell?

Rick Blaine said...

Note for Tom Corbett:

Here's looking at you, squid.

Anonymous said...

Any reader must admit, regardless of party affiliation, Rick Taylor has more guts than any other politician currently residing under the dome in Harrisburg.

And all the so called Capitol professional reporters totally missed this story. Just wonder what else they miss on an everyday basis.

Anonymous said...

The Press has a reputation of going out of the way to miss things. They are just a bunch of cheap whores. At least that,s what one of their esteemed colleagues called the "profession" at his 50-year "bail out" bash.

Actually, I did not state that correctly, because he used "paid whores" at the celebration.

Anonymous said...

It only takes ONE person to stand up!

Anonymous said...

Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failures...than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory or defeat.
Theodore Roosevelt

Anonymous said...

the human heart feels things the eye cannot see and knows what the mind cannot understand

Anonymous said...

clues for the clueless

Anonymous said...

clues for the clueless: Here's looking at you. or should I say he's looking @ u.

Anonymous said...

Did someone say ALOT?

Anonymous said...

Will Jerzy Kosinski please call home?

Cats r Flyfishn said...

Beautiful! Keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

I'm Julie Newmar. . .and I don't agree.

Anonymous said...

I'm Julie Newmar...and I don't agree with Tom Corbett. . .I believe in free speech!!

Here's looking for you, Tommy.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Team Casa needs to set up a place where we all can send donations to a Legal Defense Fund for Cott, Rosepink and Veon, to share in to overturn, appeal, and be given a pardon.

Someplace maybe through one their Attorneys!

One Dollars from many Twitters with a Public Internet Accounting or CPA Firm could raise Millions.

May 25, 2010 2:31 PM

Anonymous said...

"I am a Republican voter for 35 years and I do not want to promote the liberal agenda, so rather than vote for a Democrat I am going to write-in Signore Ferari for Governor and bfbarbie for Lt. Governor."

I love it. I am a Constitution Party voter and I am very tempted to write-in Signor Ferari and bfbarbie. Tom Corbett is not fit to be dog catcher.

May God bless you and protect you both.

--Dolley Madison

Anonymous said...

I'm Keyser Söze

Anonymous said...

Check this out...
http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/2010/05/commentary_as_witness_alleges.html

Anonymous said...

hey keyser, long time no lookin' at ya. hannibal

Anonymous said...

"He who gains most advantage from a crime is the one most likely to have committed it." -- Seneca

Signor Ferrari said...

"Team Casa needs to set up a place where we all can send donations to a Legal Defense Fund for Cott, Rosepink and Veon

Friends of defendants, please send addresses of LDFs to signorferarri@gmail.com & we will post!

Anonymous said...

Who is Corbett's running mate and is he as big of a hypocrit as Tom Corbett is?

Anonymous said...

All 7 Republicans on Senate Judiciary Committee Ask AG Holder to Appoint Special Prosecutor to Look Into Alleged Sestak Job Offer.

Yet, Mike Long, Brian Nutt and Tony Krastek remain uninvestigated and employed by Republican Tom Corbett?

Where is the Democratic State House Judiciary Members?

Anonymous said...

Signor Ferrari said..."Team Casa needs to set up a place where we all can send donations to a Legal Defense Fund for Cott, Rosepink and Veon Friends of defendants, please send addresses of LDFs to signorferarri@gmail.com & we will post! May 26, 2010 2:23 PM

THANK YOU!

Anonymous said...

Frankie LaGrotta Blogs gone after he was arrested for Prescriptions Changes to his Xanax.

He was on Probation, but may have to go to Prison now.

LINK:
http://www.timesonline.com/bct_news/news_details/article/1504/2010/may/25/lagrotta-arraigned-accused-of-altering-prescriptions.html

He found Jesus on the Marty Griffin Show talking about how all Legislators are corrupt, today he is silent maybe due to Xanax making him stupid.

Notre Dame Graduate no doubt!

In any event, hope he gets well and finds himself instead of blaming all others.

Anonymous said...

I am Eugene Debs!

Anonymous said...

Are you related to Eugene Victor Debs, prisoner of Democracy, and defender of civil rights?

Anonymous said...

Every situation, properly perceived, becomes an opportunity to heal.

Anonymous said...

Welcome to the fight! - Victor Laszlo.

Anonymous said...

I am an anonymous critic.

Anonymous said...

I am an anonymous critic.(of tyranny)

Rick Blaine said...

I'm on their blacklist - their roll of honor!

Anonymous said...

Corbett has caught himself and it will come back on him and those that help he do it.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

All the ifo on this website over the year MUST be compiled and sent to the new DEMOCRATIC US attorneys in Pennsylvania. The AG must be held accountable for misusing his office, trampelling on people's civil rights of free speech, issuing improper subpoenas, and campaigning on state time with state resources.

May 24, 2010 2:57 PM
Send it to Washington. Corbett's a former worker in the Federal System and if there were an investigation, it wouldn't be handled here in all likelihood. It would be investigated most likely directly out of the AG's office in Washington.
But they don't want what's in the blog. They need witnesses.

Anonymous said...

Tom Corbett has no honor.