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Friday, May 2, 2014

Tarantella Wants To Meet You At Potter-Tioga Maple Festival Saturday In Coudersport

5th District Congressional Democratic Primary candidate Thomas Tarantella is coming to the Maple Festival in Coudersport and will be available to talk with area residents from 9 AM to 3 PM on Saturday. 

We think he will be set up on the Courthouse Square. 

Tom has recently received the endorsement of Rep. Hanna, the Pennsylvania House Democratic Whip who represents the 76th Legislative District in Clinton & Centre counties,  and also The International Brotherhood of Teamsters (BMWED). 

Visit his website for more information

“The land of the free and the home of the brave”

Thomas Tarantella
Thomas Tarantella
Thomas Tarantella is seeking the nomination of the Democratic Party for the 5th Congressional District of Pennsylvania.  

Thomas Tarantella was born in Williamsport Hospital and raised in the small town of Renovo, Pennsylvania, located in Clinton County. He has been married 31 years to his wife, Ann Tarantella. Throughout those years they have had three children and now five grandchildren.

 Thomas spent 22 years in the US Army and during his tenure was a member of the Rapid Deployment Force, a Paratrooper, and a Lite Fighter. He was deployed around the world and was awarded 7 Campaign ribbons, a Bronze Star, 5 Meritorious Service Medals, 4 Army Commendation Medals, 13 Army Achievement Medals, and was honorably discharged in 2002.

Thomas stands for equal opportunity for all citizens through minimum wage and the equality of our education. Quality education can give all citizens the opportunity to reach their potential. There should be freedom from government interference in our private lives and personal decisions. 

The right to privacy is a basic human right. The Constitution does not specifically mention a right to privacy. However, Supreme Court decisions over the years have established that the right to privacy is a basic human right, and as such is protected by virtue of the 9th Amendment. The people of the United States should feel security in their homes and safety in their streets through better police force training.

Thomas Tarantella
Military Memorial – Sons of Italy
Thomas Tarantella stands for the separation of church and state to preserve individual freedom, as set forth in the constitution. Although the phrase “separation of church and state” does not appear anywhere in the Constitution, the phrase is commonly thought to mean that the government should not establish, support, or otherwise involve itself in any religion.

Thomas believes that a strong United States is needed – morally, diplomatically, and militarily. There needs to be more talking on our end and less fighting, at lease without more information. It’s important, morally, that we have quality education, more training, family values, and appropriate discipline. Militarily – our soldiers need better taken care of when at war and when home, they need medical care and should not have to try and survive on food stamps after fighting for our country. 

Let’s start taking responsibility for our actions.

Thomas Tarantella
Norfolk Southern – with wife Ann
If you believe in your heart that in today’s world we need a government of the people, by the people, and for the people; then Thomas Tarantella is asking for your support as the Democratic Party nominee for the 5th Congressional District. This is “the land of the free because it is the home of the brave”.


Anonymous said...

I will never vote for a democrat again because of the way the democratic party is laughing off the Benghazi scandal like it is nothing . Any true American or military person should be sickened by the administrations lies to cover up the killing of four brave people for political gain . Obama and Biden have brought nothing but shame to the white house and the office of the president. The Obama presidency will go down as a very sad and low time in American history.

Anonymous said...

Omg lady quit drinking the Fox News cool aid.

Anonymous said...

This man looks like a patriot and a person of values and good moral fiber.

In other words, someone Pennsylvania NEEDS.

If you anti-s can't see that, then grab another glass of grape kool-aid and just go back to your corporate news brainwashing.

The millionaires in suits have books to sell you. And they want to tell you that 4 men's deaths were not a tragic result of a nation ripping itself apart, but a US government conspiracy.

...While a decade of war in the sand built on ignorance, lies and $oil$,
with hundreds of thousands of lives lost,
well they'd prefer you not talk about that.

Anonymous said...

Spot on 8:21

Anonymous said...

Any one who served this country would feel No Man left behind and would have tried to save these men.

Anonymous said...

Whats sad is 3 of the comments reflect the same attitude as the white house. Americans get killed and its no big deal. Don't send help and just lie your way through it! As Hillary Clinton said what difference does it make!

Anonymous said...

No one said that 7:19.

I believe the one said it was tragic.

We're just pointing out how your favorite "news" channel likes to make political hay off of those deaths. And that is disgusting.

Including the lack of investigation into the crime of lying us into the Iraq war itself... Here are a few more embassy attacks I never remember Republican investigations into

and your "news" channel has conveniently forgotten to raise the alert about about:

January 22, 2002. Calcutta, India. Gunmen associated with Harkat-ul-Jihad al-Islami attack the U.S. Consulate. Five people are killed.

June 14, 2002. Karachi, Pakistan. Suicide bomber connected with al Qaeda attacks the U.S. Consulate, killing 12 and injuring 51.

October 12, 2002. Denpasar, Indonesia. U.S. diplomatic offices bombed as part of a string of "Bali Bombings." No fatalities.

February 28, 2003. Islamabad, Pakistan. Several gunmen fire upon the U.S. Embassy. Two people are killed.

May 12, 2003. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Armed al Qaeda terrorists storm the diplomatic compound, killing 36 people including nine Americans. The assailants committed suicide by detonating a truck bomb.

July 30, 2004. Tashkent, Uzbekistan. A suicide bomber from the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan attacks the U.S. Embassy, killing two people.

December 6, 2004. Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Al Qaeda terrorists storm the U.S. Consulate and occupy the perimeter wall. Nine people are killed.

March 2, 2006. Karachi, Pakistan again. Suicide bomber attacks the U.S. Consulate killing four people, including U.S. diplomat David Foy who was directly targeted by the attackers. (I wonder if Lindsey Graham or Fox News would even recognize the name "David Foy." This is the third Karachi terrorist attack in four years on what's considered American soil.)

September 12, 2006. Damascus, Syria. Four armed gunmen shouting "Allahu akbar" storm the U.S. Embassy using grenades, automatic weapons, a car bomb and a truck bomb. Four people are killed, 13 are wounded.

January 12, 2007. Athens, Greece. Members of a Greek terrorist group called the Revolutionary Struggle fire a rocket-propelled grenade at the U.S. Embassy. No fatalities.

March 18, 2008. Sana'a, Yemen. Members of the al-Qaeda-linked Islamic Jihad of Yemen fire a mortar at the U.S. Embassy. The shot misses the embassy, but hits nearby school killing two.

July 9, 2008. Istanbul, Turkey. Four armed terrorists attack the U.S. Consulate. Six people are killed.

September 17, 2008. Sana'a, Yemen. Terrorists dressed as military officials attack the U.S. Embassy with an arsenal of weapons including RPGs and detonate two car bombs. Sixteen people are killed, including an American student and her husband (they had been married for three weeks when the attack occurred). This is the second attack on this embassy in seven months.