Contact: B. P. Kelly, Publicist (570-417-1668)
Date: November 21, 2014
Re: Obama OKs eliminating black abortions, white abortions, and other abortions.
Written by Brian W. Kelly in its entirety. press may attribute all quotes.
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WILKES_BARRE MAYORAL CANDIDATE BRIAN W KELLY OFFERS THOUGHTS ON EMPEROR OBAMA'S PROCLAMATION
Abortion good news and more: In just two years, Obama decision will outlaw all abortions!
All parts of this press release were written by Brian W. Kelly, mayoral candidate for WIlkes-barre and you may quote his words exactly:
Whoever thought that President Obama would ever sign an order that would assure the end of abortions in America?
Emperor Obama's decree on immigration made me do it. He used no parchment but the newly self-created Emperor's proclamation is just as compelling.Add a comment
Don't you just love it!
There is a person named Mark Robbins or so he says, who has quite an imagination. He conjured up a plot for a story and created all the facts to please himself. I won't grace his commentary by responding on his site, but I copied his piece right here and I responded right here on this site so you can see that the kind of people that my friends warned me about actually do exist. I don't really think this is from Mark Robbins at all. I think it is from the Unknown Comic! Too bad he has not remained unknown.
Provided by www.briankellyformayor.com. Filed under comedy in need of repair on the Kelly site. Enjoy! Comedy at its best!
Post is attributed to Mark Robbins, whoever he is!Add a comment
Brian Kelly, who announced for Mayor Friday November 14, 2014, sent us the following press release: It gives some reasons why WB citizens might consider Kelly as a viable candidate for Mayor.
Kelly summarizes positions and comments on negative posts.
“Let me begin this by talking about what happened on Friday when I announced a run for Mayor of Wilkes-Barre. Some of this will be in third person, in the voice of my son, the writer of my press releases, and some will be in first person. I will begin my words in paragraphs with quotes."
Brian Kelly, the number one published conservative book author in America, has made up his mind and he will be putting down his pen in favor of a new career in public service. You may know that Kelly’s most recent book, Geoffrey Parsons Epoch… The Land of Fair Play, his 59th, was released just last month and is available online at www.bookhawkers.com. Feel free to view his other books on the BookHawker site, and remember, each time you buy a book or a t-shirt from BookHawkers, or you make a donation to the campaign at the site, you are helping bring in a better government for Wilkes-Barre, PA.Add a comment
Contact: B. P. Kelly, Publicist (570-417-1558)
Date: November 6, 2014
Venue: Keats' Pub Wilkes-Barre PA
Re: Wilkes-Barre Mayoral Elections 2015
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BRIAN W KELLY SCHEDULES PRESS CONFERENCE ABOUT POSSIBLE MAYORAL RUN!
Brian W. Kelly, the number one published conservative book author in America, may be putting down his pen in favor of a new career in politics. Kelly's 56th book, Geoffrey Parsons Epoch... The Land of Fair Play, was released just last month and is available online at www.bookhawkers.com.
Kelly is considering a run as a lifetime Democrat for mayor in his hometown of Wilkes-Barre, PA. The 66-year old author and retired professor has scheduled a press conference for 5:00 PM Friday November 14, 2014 at Keats' Pub, 115 Bowman Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA. All NEPA Media Outlets are invited and the general public is welcome as Keats' Pub will be open for business as usual. Katie Kelly, the author's daughter, winner of the inaugural Steamtown Music Awards for "Female Vocalist of the year," will be playing selections from her new album, Cigarettes and Whiskey, which she produced with her band, The Charming Beards. Brian asked me to tell everybody that there will be many at the event, who will also be celebrating Katie's 30th birthday.
In the recent election, the grey haired brigade stood fast and voted to help put America back on the path of our founding. This email came by my desk and it helps in giving us the right perspective of the world in which we live and it offers a lesson to millennials to not write off the members of this brigade. It also suggests the grey brigade, more than anyone in government, has the backs of the young. You are our sons and daughters and our nephews and nieces, our students and friends. We simply love you and we are old enough to help protect you even though you think you need none.
Here is the email:Add a comment
FYI Matt Cartwright is one of the big reasons Obama's policies are destroying America. Matt voted with the President 97% or more of the time.
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The Big issues.
In almost all these cases, Cartwright is on the opposite side of the people
Health Care -- Doc is a Cancer Specialist -- He is a Doc
Think Before You Vote!
Big issue for Pennsylvania is HB76 & SB 76 -- School Property tax relief so seniors will not lose homes
Eddy Day Pashinski -- current state rep. definitely against tax relief for seniors because teacher unions are against it.
Betsy Summers -- opposing candidate. Ran for office to provide 100% school tax relief for seniors and all Pennsylvanians
Tom Corbett -- current Governor --- will sign 100% school tax relief bill for seniors and all Pennsylvanians. Vocally in favor of the bill.
Tom Wolfe -- opposing candidate. Aganinst HB 76 and SB 76, promises to raise taxes on all working Pennsylvanians.
Matt Cartwright -- Our current representative in US Congress who voted 97% for Obama policies that are destroying the nation. Most of his $million in donations came from outside PA..
Doctor David Moylan -- opposing candidate, Regular guy with a gift of healing. Cancer specialist and pro-American. Against Obamacare as a physician, pro Pennsylvanians, Raised just about $10,000 so he cannot buy the election like Cartwright. Campaign slogan -- The Cure for Congress.
Politicians no longer consider their constituents safety. They follow the money.
Cartwright's treasury is over $1 million; Pashinskis is over $70,000, Wolfe is rich, period. he donated $10,000,000 to his own campaign which has $27 million.
Doc Moylan v Cartwright has less than $10,000; Betsy Summers v Eddie Day P. has so little nobody is asking her. Tom Corbett's campaign has $20 million from donors.
Reference in part: John Hayward Human Events
After seven months and change spend languishing in Mexican jails – where conditions were so bad that he tried to cut his own throat with a piece of broken glass from a light bulb, fearing rape and torture by guards and other inmates – Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi is home at last.
Meanwhile Governor Gerry Brown was praising Mexico and his pro-Mexico administration while slamming Texas for supporting America and Americans. "There's more energy from the sun in California than there is under the ground in Texas," Brown said. "We're not waiting here in California. We are joining hands with Mexico." Thanks Moonbeam. What did you do for the American Marine Governor?Add a comment
FYI, There are straight forward analyses of the debate on the Internet and in the newspapers. This is my analysis and as you will see I have also been able to read between the lines. Would it not be nice if we could have the cure for Congress immediately and then we can work on the cure for the country?
The Doc Moylan v Matt Cartwright heated debate last night raised quite a few eyebrows. Doc Moylan was the clear winner. No point was as well delivered as when Doc floored Cartwright by recalling history. He reminded the current Congressman about walking out of the Chamber in protest along with all other Democrats during a major Congressional hearing on Benghazi. Was it really the time to protest when the grieving mother and father were about to testify about their slain sons.Add a comment
– A Beauty of a Paper
For those of you who may not know, and for those who may not remember, June 23, 1972 was the day that Hurricane Agnes ripped through the Wyoming Valley in much the same way as the tornadoes and the flooding have ripped through the Midwest USA in the spring / summer of 2011. The flooding Mississippi and a flooding Missouri have taken their toll as did the flooding Susquehanna in 1972. For Wilkes-Barreans and those living in the surrounds, it was the day their morning paper died.
As the title of the song by Bill Brace, former Wilkes-Barre City Clerk rings out, "The Raging Susquehanna" literally pummeled Wilkes-Barre and its surrounds on that day in 1972. The Lackawanna River, known for its own 30-year floods, feeds into the Susquehanna. Though it was a close call in 1972, the Lackawanna stayed within its banks and unloaded its water into the Susquehanna. Most of the local Valley shuffleboard stops in 1972 in Luzerne County were flooded, and they took a long time to come back. So, like so many others, my friends and I found spots "up the line." The "I-Go-Inn" in Dunmore PA for example served the purpose until the Luzerne Country spots rebuilt and came back.
Agnes created an immense amount of destruction for the people of the Valley with a Heart! As you know by now, a not-well documented casualty of the Flood of 1972 was that a beauty of a paper, the Wilkes-Barre Record, a newspaper owned and operated by the Wilkes-Barre Publishing company died that day. The "Record" closed its doors for good after over 90 years of providing a morning paper to the people of this area.
What was the real Wilkes-Barre Record?Add a comment
Edward J. Kelly married Irene M. McKeown and besides their two wonderful daughters, they gave birth to three magnanimous boys. The first was the most handsome, as I called him during his life, Brother Ed. What a guy. He stood up for me at Confirmation and he looked so handsome, he could have been a movie star. Ed is now with the angels and I am sure the angels are sharing with Ed, God's finest brew.
My sister Nancy came next and she is as good a person as I have ever seen. If I told you more about her, she would be embarrassed and you would be blessed, believe me. So, consider yourselves blessed.
I am the third sibling, brother Brian. I am the guy in the middle. I love my sisters deeply and I love my two bros, with whom I shared the paper route. I can vouch that Joe and Ed were two of the finest Wilkes-Barre Record paperboys of all time.Add a comment
Lace Or Shanty-- Hoi Polloi or Hoity Toity
All immigrants have had major issues coming to America. There was no road paved in gold, which they could follow. There was no road in fact, leading to a sure supply of food for their families. They had heard and believed their lot would be better in the New World, America. So they came despite no roads paved in gold or caviar. Yet, in the end, all immigrants from years back at least, embraced America and loved to become Americans and they found their place. It is this stock which bred the country we know simply as America. The stock for the melting pot consisted of many types of immigrants. The Irish were just one variety that melted in.
As the Irish were immigrating to America, like most newcomers in this new strange land, most were poorer than dirt. As ship after ship came to America from overseas, the Irish got numerous enough to form various sections, which today might be called ghettos and they lived in small homes that were not more than shanties. Some chicken coops might have been larger than the first homes of these immigrants.Add a comment
There Is No Free Lunch!
From the email bag -- email is as received.
This email from 2011 has been reviewed and updated in 2014
Virus-Scanned: amavisd-new at yourplace
Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2011 21:19:57 -0500 (CDT)
Subject: WAKE-UP FOLKS
Sep 12, 2011 07:39:13 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
The following is very interesting and can be summed up in one short sentence.
There are two classes of people in this country; Those who work for a living, and those who vote for a living!!!
This is a great derivative of the old saying: “There ain’t no free lunch.”Add a comment
Bloggers do not write what they are told!
Anybody can be a blogger—even you and I. Bloggers often write about their own experiences, and since anybody can blog, not all are as adept at writing as English majors but that does not seem to matter. Occasionally some pedantic correctness asserts itself and somebody corrects some grammar or phraseology in a blog, but most of the time, blogs represent raw thoughts, some more tuned than others.
For the most part, the personalities of the writers come through in their blogs. Some see that as the most essential element of weblog writing. Some blogging analysts say that all the other elements of good writing can be missing, and all the rules can be violated as long as the voice of the person comes through in their blog. It may not be amore, but “that’s a weblog.”
There are lots and lots of blogs, and there are lots and lots of bloggers. In 2011, when I first wrote this article, there were 112 million blogs and the rate of growth at the time was about 120,000 more every day. They seemingly pop up out of nowhere but the writers of the blogs would say they are thoughtful expressions of opinions. Experts admit that most blogs-- over 80%-- are out of date. “Out of date” means that there has been no activity within the last two weeks.Add a comment
Wouldn’t the hard working parents of the baby boomers be surprised?
Something happened to the Democratic Party since I first joined. I was just twenty-three years old. I spent my first two years as a voter registered as an Independent and then my father helped me understand that in Pennsylvania, being Independent meant that I could not vote in the primaries.
So, I changed from to Democrat, like my dad.
We were very close and talked a lot about how things were in America and in the neighborhoods for years and years. Before my dad passed away, we spent lots of time talking about the way things had changed in the Democratic Party.Add a comment
Here we are. It's almost December 2014 and Obama still takes no responsibilit for any of his mistake. It is as if George Bush is still in control and never left. The President is blameless on everything. White House adviser Dan Pfeiffer and others in the White House are still covering for the President. Pfeiffer recently dusted off a familiar Democrat talking point blaming President Bush for the current state of the economy – almost six years after Bush left office. Only the dummest of Americans believe that. It is dangerous for the US to have a President who takes no responsibility but more dangerous for the Aerican people to still love this guy after all he has done to hem.. And, so, because many of us in small town America know the truth, we have no choice but to tell it. In this spirit, I dusted off an old email that still shows that ther is a cause and effect relationship with our poor record and the man sitting in the Oval office today-- not six years ago.
Some opinion from the mailbag:
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Subject: Fwd: Oh, that darn George Bush!
X-Mailer: AOL Webmail 34047-STANDARD
Date: Sun, 21 Aug 2011 14:12:54 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Fw: Oh, that darn George Bush!
This one is from my financial adviser. Now this is really scary. Eleanor
We all know how Senator Robert P. Casey is in lockstep with President Obama, so technically this could have been written about Casey. When you read Chuck Green’s piece below, simply substitute Casey for Obama and it should work.
Excellent read.......... Here's an opinion piece by Chuck Green who writes "Greener Pastures" for the Denver Post Aurora Sentinel...one of the more liberal papers in the country. Additionally, Mr. Green is a life long Democrat...[as am I] so this is rather a stunning piece...
Obama is victim of Bush's failed promisesAdd a comment