Capitol Ideas debunks Corbett's ridiculous mocking of his working class citizens ….
Kevin Silva, a senior vice president with the Warrell Corporation of Camp Hill, Cumberland County, said the company had been told by one applicant for a machine operator's position that, after factoring in travel costs, that he could make more money while receiving unemployment benefits.
Silva told Capitolwire that he did not know where the applicant lived. The position pays between $11 and $15 an hour, plus benefits.
Silva said the company did hire 50 foreign college students for seasonal work, not full-time positions, as Corbett told the online news service last week.
He lied? This is precisely why we need to continue pushing for LGBT economic issues on a local level as well as statewide — statewide does not look too promising. I bang my head on the table when a die hard conservative friend tells me Onorato is the man.