Here are some tweets about the situation (or you can read the full article above):
@PAIndependent File this one under “more than a little ridiculous.”Capitol police closed off elevators because of disabled protest.@PAIndependent Asked if there is another wrong with the elevators, policeman says “no.” Also, can’t help but notice that the stairs are still open.@PAIndependent Spokesperson says there have been “incidents in the past” (last year, when disabled protestors closed the hallway outside Gov’s office)@PAIndependent Asked if today’s protestors have done anything disruptive, spokesperson says no. Admits this is pre-emptive action.@PAIndependent Spokesperson: “We’re not singling anyone out, but there is a history with this particular group….(1/2)@PAIndependent (2/2)”….and we want to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to demonstrate within the guidelines of the operation of the capitol.”@lauraolson Corbett administration responded to disabled citizens’ event by blocking access to elevators up to gov’s office, citing issues w/ past event@Capitol_Ideas Photo 1@Capitol_Ideas Barricade 1@Capitol_Ideas Barricade 2twitpic.com/8q9id0
He won’t raise taxes, he will just cut services til we are left with nothing.
But he likes to omit that he did not add any new taxes and cut services important to Pennsylvanians.