Saturday, April 16, 2016

The LuLac Edition #3191, April 16th, 2016

Remember their names and faces, Kimberly and Jarrod Tutko Sr., murderers of Jarrod Tutko, Jr. (Photo:
Remember that Pennsylvania couple who plead guilty to third-degree murder for the death of their 9-year-old son? They recent lost a suit against Pennsylvania prison authorities because they claim they were being mistreated in jail.
Their son, (Jesus why in the world do asswipes like this produce so easily??) Jarrod Tutko Jr. weighed less than 17 lbs. at the time of his death. An autopsy concluded that he died of malnutrition and neglect. My dog who has cancer weighs more than that!
The 9 year old boy's corpse decomposed for nearly a week inside the couple's Harrisburg home before the cops were called. Now these people have the nerve to sue the state for their mistreatment?
I really don’t need to know their sad stories or how many “problems” they had. The bottom line is they were selfish, oafish pigs who both should have been fixed before they had their “son”. If they couldn’t deal with a disabled child they should have given it up. But for Christ sakes, how the hell easy is it to feed someone? Even animals find a way to feed their young.
The sad part is these people will get out of jail someday.
Let us hope and pray that providence will show them the same mercy they showed for their “child”.


Congressman Lou Barletta. (LuLac archives).
Congressman Lou Barletta began seeking further support from his colleagues in the House of Representatives for his bipartisan legislation that protects newborn babies who are born addicted to opioids, which include a variety of pain medications or other drugs, such as heroin. Along with Rep. Katherine Clark (D-MA), Barletta has circulated what is known as a “Dear Colleague” letter soliciting co-sponsors to add to the six who have already signed on. The legislation, H.R. 4843, the Improving Safe Care for the Prevention of Infant Abuse and Neglect Act, requires that states which receive federal funds for the treatment of opioid-dependent babies comply with federal law and enact certain guidelines for child welfare. The legislation does not seek to persecute the mothers of the children, so as not to dissuade parents from allowing their newborns to access appropriate care.
“In the time it takes to cast your first vote today, at least one American baby will be born exposed to opioids,” the letter to lawmakers begins, referring to the startling statistic that a baby is born addicted to opioids every nineteen minutes in the United States.
This legislation would:
•Require the department of Health and Human Services to review and confirm states have put in place policies required under the 1974 Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA).
•Strengthen protections for infants born with illegal substance exposure by clarifying the intent of safe care plans.
•Improve accountability related to the care of infants and their families by requiring additional information on the incidents of infants born with illegal substance exposure and their care.
•Provide states with best practices for developing plans to keep infants and their caregivers healthy and safe.
•Encourage the use of information made available through other child welfare laws in verifying CAPTA compliance.
“We see the damage of substance abuse across all segments of our society, but perhaps the most tragic cases involve newborns who enter the world defenseless against the addictions they were born with,” Barletta said. “We must do everything we can to safeguard the most vulnerable among us and ensure they will be well protected and cared for.”
In addition to Barletta and Clark, the lead Democrat on the bill, original co-sponsors include Rep. John Kline (R-MN), Rep. Jared Polis (D-CO), Rep. Bobby Scott (D-VA), Rep. Glenn “GT” Thompson (R-PA), and Rep. Tim Walberg (R-MI).

 Trump penned in and not digging it. (Photo:
The loudmouth running for President, Donald Trump has turned into a whining little cry baby. The fact is no voter is being disenfranchised. Each state sets up their own primaries or caucuses. We in Pennsylvania have been fretting for years that our late primary would never be relevant. But the state due to costs as well as what the parties decided did not change the date. That decision was made by the State Legislature who in turn is elected by the people. 
Plus Trump is bitching about Colorado where he didn't show up and now Wyoming where he didn't show up. Hey buddy, you have to work for it. 
Campaigns are illustrative of how someone will lead. It is evident to me that Donald Trump is just plain lazy in terms of running this race. He has not learned the issues and when gets confronted, he acts like an irrational child who needs to get a time out. 
All caucuses are open to registered voters. They have a chance to vote. No one is or was being disenfranchised. You will hear and see me say this tomorrow on WBRE TV Eyewitness Newsmakers tomorrow at 11AM, “Donald Trump brought a waffle ball bat to the delegate race while Ted Cruz brought a Louisville slugger!” It’s as simple as all that. The system is rigged only in Donald Trump’s mind.


At 7:46 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What this election has exposed is that our votes do not matter, on either side. They primary system is rigged. From the number of delegates needed to win, to the voterless elections on the right, to the super delegates on the left.
For years, people have said they don't vote because it doesn't seem to do anything and this election we are finally realizing that is the truth.
Even presidential elections are rigged, Kennedy's purchase and GW Bushes brother in Florida.
Stay home, tune out, enjoy life, the establishment doesn't care who the voters want and our votes don't mean a thing.

At 9:23 AM, Anonymous gfy said...

If this was happening to your girl Hilary, you would be up in arms.


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