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Regarding the news story “Suspended Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice retires due to porn emails” : Run, Justice McCaffery, run — before they take your big fat pension away, the pension that the working poor paid for but don’t have for themselves. Didn’t we all know this would get swept under the rug?

Why is it all right for the highest officeholders in our state to pass around filthy porn amongst themselves? Oh, and they are supposed to be working. These are work computers.

My thought on what to do with the Harrisburg filth is to display them in stocks specifically built for them on busy main streets across our state. They should be ridiculed for the scum they are, thrown out of office and, last but not least, lose their big fat pensions.

Karen Stillitano

Jeannette


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