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    Posted on August 27th, 2017 Becky 1 comment


    **   At one point when Smucker was meeting with the LNP editorial board he was asked if he could work in a bipartisan manner. Smucker smiled at everyone and looked as if he was about to say, “Why yes, I worked with Lancaster Democratic Mayor Rick Gray to write the CRIZ for you people and get you over $9 million more public dollars for your Marriott expansion!”
         He, of course, did not say that but said some other B.S.
         So, what did I learn from Smucker? He said this talking about farmers:
         They milk their cows one, two, three times a day.
         I said, “No way!” And then I googled it. And some farmers are actually milking their cows three times a day!  Who knew? Not me!

    *    Smucker is really trying to get LNP owner Beverly Steinman to open her huge pocketbook for him again! He also met with the Ephrata Review “editorial board” which is totally redundant because they, of course, are owned by LNP!
         But, I did learn something new from Smucker! Oh, yes I did. And that is coming later today!



         We’re not aware of the fitness regimen of Republican U.S. Rep. Lloyd Smucker of Lancaster County.
         But the congressman who represents the 16th District did perform some verbal gymnastics when asked about the beleaguered presidency of Donald Trump.
    From today’s LNP editorial, “DePasquale and Smucker have their say,” (click here).
         Well! It looks like LNP Executive Editor Barbara Hough Roda and Opinion Editor Suzanne Cassidy were quite taken by Smucker’s tan and physique! He can afford a gym membership, ladies!
          The rest of this total crap is just LNP thanking these two for doing LNP huge favors. The LNP editorial board is made up of incredibly dishonest and unethical people!  

    One response to “* VERBAL GYMNASTICS!”

    1. Kreider Farms milk their cows three times a day!

      Kreider Frams

      I guess that explains this:

      One-third of Kreider Farms workers had invalid documents