& PATERNO DIES

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KID GLOVES!   

    Kreider Farms must buy a lot of advertising in the Lancaster Newspapers because they were treated with kid gloves in today’s below-the-fold front page story, “One-third of Kreider Farms workers had invalid documents,” (click here).
    There are many things that seem obvious:
1. Kreider Farms had to know in spite of this whole article which does nothing more than present their “side” of the story.
2. Kreider faces no action or fines so they made out like bandits for years.
3. The illegal immigrants won’t be deported but there are over 100 people out of work with no way to provide for themselves or their families.
4. This is only the tip of the iceberg. Who else is being audited? Tyson, Nissan or Turkey Hill?
    There will be more on this later.
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    Today, Sunday News editor “Marvelous” Marv Adams wrote a scathing editorial about Joe Paterno. It is total hypocrisy and terrible timing by Adams.
    Rest in peace, Joe.

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3 Responses to & PATERNO DIES

  1. barryinwinnipeg says:

    When I read your comment about the Sunday News editorial concerning Coach Paterno, the inappropriateness of what old Marv wrote reminded me of a comment I would sometimes get from my older cousin when I said something lacking in good sense: “You talk like a man with a paper ass.” I guess the combination of man + paper + ass brought this back from the dusty corners of yesteryear, but Marv… dammit and all…YOU DO!

    For the good you do, JoePa, Rest in Peace.

  2. Rednek says:

    Once again, Marvelous Marv exhibits his ‘holier than thou’ attitude towards his readers and the Penn State community. What a DISGRACE. Somebody needs to get that smug picture permanently replaced!!

    By the way…..I wonder how much investigation has been done with LNP minority hires? I’m sure they have plenty of them in janitorial and maintenace positions safely tucked away from public view and out of sight from Ms. Steinman.

    • Becky says:

      I was wondering about that too! Although, I’m not sure they’re out of sight from Peggy – some may be working on her horse farm!

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