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Re: Rich Boggiano JSQ/Ward C City Council
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When The Jersey Journal first asked to talk to Hanussak about his candidacy, he said Fulop's campaign told him he could not be interviewed. This reporter mentioned that to Fulop, who said his campaign had no objections to the interview. Hanussak subsequently agreed to meet with The Jersey Journal.

Asked during that interview how voters could trust he would vote in their best interests if he needed Fulop's express permission to be interviewed by a reporter, Hanussak struggled to answer.

After a 10-second pause, he said, "How the heck do I answer that?" After another 10 seconds, he said, "It's a lot ... " before trailing off.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... ber_stamp_reputation.html


This is hilarious! Pure gold!

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Re: Matsikoudis want to expand rent control?
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Rent control is a core part of the Democrat platform. Republicans never propose it.

The liberals on this site should embrace it. No complaining.

Posted on: 10/10 11:24
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Re: Confederate Flag added to Liberty State Park
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And I would like to thank ESPN for making me feel better by removing from the their broadcast booth, play by play announcer Robert Lee, who was scheduled for an afternoon University of Virginia football game in October.

So we have determined that haircuts and last names can be offensive and racist... even if Mr. Lee's heritage is Asian. I am so glad I dumped those ESPN fools.


The cancer known as liberalism infected ESPN, but continues to spread. I try to use Bing more than Google due to Google also being infected.

Posted on: 8/23 18:51
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Re: Fights, Drugs, Weapons @ JC Blue Apron Facility
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Amazon (through its acquisition of Whole Foods) will be putting Blue Apron and all competitors out of business, once they get their prepared food delivery system up and running.

Posted on: 8/7 10:03
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Not how it works. Institutional racism is unacceptable and must be stamped out immediately.

Also, affirmative action is largely solely based on race. What the Asians and President Trump want to do is remove race from the equation entirely. That's what is necessary in 2017.

Posted on: 8/3 18:42
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Legacy admissions aren't a big deal because they are only a fraction of affirmative action admissions.

More importantly, affirmative action is institutional racism while legacy admissions are not. Institutional racism should be abolished ASAP.

Both practices are bad because they prevent the most deserving people from getting in, but officially discriminating solely on the basis of skin color should not and cannot be tolerated in 2017.

Posted on: 8/3 18:13
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I have no problem getting rid of legacy admissions next. What kind of argument is that?

That because colleges engage in one bad practice, it makes institutional racism somehow ok?

Posted on: 8/3 17:53
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Pebble wrote:

More Asians are kept out of schools because of the George W Bushes, The Donald Trumps and the Al Gores of this world than because of a few black kids.


It's funny that you think you know what's better for Asians than they do. That's a common trait I see among white "progressives" towards minorities.

You're lying anyway. Legacy admissions are a fraction of affirmative action admissions.

Affirmative action is an example of institutional racism. Now that President Trump and the Asians have joined forces, they might finally be able to stamp it out.

Posted on: 8/3 17:06
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Re: Trump Our New President
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JCMan8 wrote:
The bottom line is this racism has gone on for long enough. President Trump might finally be able to end it, if the Asians are not.


This has to be the funniest statement in this whole thread. Thank's I needed a good laugh.


I linked you to the Asians' efforts. Let's see what happens.

Posted on: 8/3 16:58
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Affirmative action is a racist policy that discriminates against Asians the most.

In fact, a bunch of Asians sued Harvard for this racism, and the case is ongoing.

https://www.wsj.com/amp/articles/lawsu ... rmative-action-1501785317

And guess what they're looking for?

"Asian students recently asked Harvard for data showing academic performance of enrolled students by ethnicity."

Uh-oh, I have a feeling many people here won't like the results of this data!

Another good quote:

"The lawsuit’s allegations formed the basis for a separate complaint against Harvard filed in 2015 by a coalition of 64 Asian-American groups. On Wednesday, the Justice Department announced it would begin an investigation of the complaint, which was filed with the department’s civil rights division and other government agencies."

The bottom line is this racism has gone on for long enough. President Trump might finally be able to end it, if the Asians are not.

Posted on: 8/3 16:47
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Re: Woman dies falling off escalator inside famed World Trade Center Oculus while reaching to grab hat
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It is sad but there's nothing we can do about it.

At least he didn't jump in front of a train, which creates very long delays for tens of thousands of people.

Posted on: 8/2 12:34
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Re: Trump Our New President
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psyop wrote:
So the New York Times is fake news until you agree with something...


I'm trying to accommodate you liberal crazies who utterly disregard the content to attack the source, if it's from a conservative website.

Clearly I thought too much of you, as you managed to utterly disregard the content regardless. Congrats!

Posted on: 8/1 22:09
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Re: Trump Our New President
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President Trump will try to eliminate the liberal-propagated racism in our school system. An excellent move that is LONG overdue!!!

Justice Dept. to Take On Affirmative Action in College Admissions

https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/08/01/ ... -action-universities.html

Posted on: 8/1 21:37
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Re: Heights (Griffith & Central): Woman's death investigation sparks hazmat response to Bedbugs
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The neighbors will now have to deal with a bed bug infestation, if they weren't already.

Posted on: 7/31 9:41
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I think getting Reince out, and General Kelly in is a good move. I could never pronounce Reince's name correctly.


So do I. He was basically useless. Couldn't stop any leaks, and may have been a leaker himself. Couldn't get the Republican Congress to do anything. I don't know what he actually did.

Posted on: 7/29 15:42
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I don't agree with your cost point.

First, it doesn't take per capita into account. Trans people are only 0.1% of all soldiers yet account for almost $9 million for their sex changes and the like. I'm sure this number will go up too. Men account for well over 60% of all soldiers, so $90 million is far more reasonable per capita.

Second, your stat is deceptive because it also counts former service members. There barely are any trans former service members (I know that one trans person the media trots out, but they were a man when they served), so former should not be included.

Third, just because some money is wasted does not justify additional waste.

Fourth, no one is defending free viagra for soldiers. Let the military cut that too.

So the cost point is incorrect, most importantly due to point 1. Per capita, trans people represent an astronomical cost.

And I'm happy to see that we can agree on something, the point about no middle ground. Again, that is why Trump's decision is for the best.

Posted on: 7/27 15:50
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I think I would be ok if trans people who already had the surgery served, and who otherwise didn't demonstrate mental issues, so long as there wasn't some huge cost associated with them serving. Like something to do with their hormones. We want our military to be strengthened and not burdened by new recruits.

But we don't live in a world where there can be a reasonable compromise. We have "progressive" zealots like Tony who will scream about how all trans people must be allowed to serve regardless of the cost, and you are a massive bigot to even question it. I'm sure he's all for free sex changes for them.

So because a reasonable middle ground is impossible, I'm fine with Trump's decision.


Posted on: 7/27 15:11
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Azul, do you understand the difference between a policy and something you "can't" do by law?

You seemed to think being accepted by the army is a civil right. It isn't. You tried to talk about prohibitions against discrimination based on sexual orientation. But they are completely irrelevant here. Otherwise the old policies would have violated these laws.

The old policy was radically changed by Obama to allow trans genders to receive free sex change operations. That policy has now been tossed out. This isn't a violation of any sort of civil right. Plus it only affects .1% of people.

Posted on: 7/27 13:59
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Being accepted by the army isn't a civil right, sorry.

And I don't share the same definition of "progress" as you. For example, I don't think taxpayer funded sex changes (Obama ordered for all trans soldiers) is progress.

In fact, I think it is bizarre and regressive that trans people could have signed up for the army and received a free sex change. Happy Obama's nuttery was rolled back.


Correct. Being accepted by the military is not a civil right, but not being discriminated against based on your sexual orientation is. I'm guessing you haven't served in the military if you think a sex change operation is free. Yes the individual service member would work with their chain of command and doctors to formulate a plan that works best for the military and the service member, and that may involve a sex change operation, but the service member is hardly getting that free of charge.

I doubt many people would willingly put their lives on the line for a "free" operation. People join the military because of a sense of duty to serve and protect their country. The mission always comes first, even for someone that is trans.

Besides, the military just said they are going keep letting trans people serve with honor and respect until there are new directives issued. Who would have thought tweeting something doesn't count?


Azul, you have no idea what you are talking about.

The army certainly can discriminate against you based on your sexual orientation. Why do you think gays were officially banned from the military up through the end of Obama's term? If only they had an ace lawyer like you on staff, you could have informed the army that their policy was illegal.

Second, trans people are being rejected on the basis of gender dysphoria, an official mental illness, and not a sexual orientation.

Third, the sex change procedures were free in the sense that the taxpayer was paying for them, not the person who wanted the procedure.

So other than everything you said, you're right ;)

Posted on: 7/27 13:05
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Being accepted by the army isn't a civil right, sorry.

And I don't share the same definition of "progress" as you. For example, I don't think taxpayer funded sex changes (Obama ordered for all trans soldiers) is progress.

In fact, I think it is bizarre and regressive that trans people could have signed up for the army and received a free sex change. Happy Obama's nuttery was rolled back.

Posted on: 7/27 12:28
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Re: Trump Our New President
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It's not at all clear that Trump consulted with anyone on this topic of his tweets du jour....

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/tru ... crambling/article/2629740


"thousands of transgender troops" from the article? Really.... Who knew? So much for military secrets.


The New York Times said there were only 2,450 transgenders out of 1.3 million active duty soldiers. That's only 0.1%.

As President Trump said, it was ridiculous for the military to pay for transgenders' sex change operations, which is what Obama ordered. Plus they needed special treatment. I support the move.

Posted on: 7/26 16:01
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Abhorrent behavior is making a mountain out of the transgender molehill by liberals. Done with gay equality? Let's find another issue to rally behind. What could it be, what could it be? Oh, transgender... never mind it is a minuscule percentage of population, and really a psychiatric issue. Let's rally!!! Equality! Pathetic.


Let them continue with their nonsense. I'm sure the vast majority of Americans support the decision of President Trump and the generals of our military.

If liberals want to die on this hill, I'm all for it.

Posted on: 7/26 11:12
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Wow...using the NY post as a source is a bit a of a stretch. Nothing like citing the opinion section either. Proving liberal hypocrisy is like shooting fish in a barrel, I think you could have found a better source than the post.

Besides, if you want to see someone with no principles and someone you can't trust, look no further than the oval office.



Nice ad hominem. Try actually reading it next time. If you had, you'd see that the source was the NYT itself.

Here, this time I will quote the beginning and make it easy for you, though the links to the NYT are in the article itself:

"Last year, after President-elect Trump picked Jeff Sessions to be attorney general, The New York Times editorial page called the Alabama senator “radical” and “extreme” and tarred him as an unrepentant racist and xenophobe.

Last week, after Trump criticized Sessions and others, the same editorial page suddenly discovered a new fondness for Sessions. The Times now insisted that Trump had impugned his “integrity” and that of others “who have spent their careers respecting and protecting” the law."

Posted on: 7/25 22:26
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Re: Trump Our New President
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AP Sources: Trump speaks to advisers about firing Jeff Sessions

Seems logical to me. A lot of Trump supporters stated that they wanted Trump to run the country like he runs a business. Well, if you don't like the guy you hired to do a job, you fire him.

Except, this is the USA not a private business. These actions will impact everybody in this country one way or the other. It seems like Trump is in over his head here, and thought this whole "running the country" thing would be easier, or he would have more support for his policy ideas.



It's fun to watch the liberal mindset in action.... it was not 6 months ago all the Warren, Schumer, Pelosi, and the "cry wolf" media were sliming Session's reputation, calling him a Klansman, claiming he will steal the constitutional rights of the already disenfranchised Hillary voters blah blah blah.... and today Sessions like Spicer, are men of integrity. Shouldn't you be cheering that your racist is gone?


Don't be silly. Everyone knows that liberals have absolutely no principles and you can never trust them.

The NY Post ripped into the liberal media about this btw:

http://nypost.com/2017/07/22/exposing ... pocrisy-on-jeff-sessions/

Posted on: 7/25 15:02
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Obama's head of Homeland Security, furious that Trump is actually scaring illegal immigrants away from coming here.

https://downtrend.com/71superb/former- ... caring-off-illegal-aliens


Posted on: 7/22 13:48
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Re: Can JC kick it's parking addiction?
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New Jersey is a driving state, and Jersey City is a driving city.

Neither of these facts are changing this century. People who don't like cars better move to NYC if they are unhappy.

Posted on: 7/22 13:40
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Re: Big Chef?
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The Chinese food in JC really sucks compared to other places.

Posted on: 7/21 22:02
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Most reasonable people do not agree that everyone "should" have insurance.

Especially when you have liberal immigration policies that encourage poor illegals around the world to come here.

Posted on: 7/20 10:49
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Re: 14-Year-Old Girl Stabbed at Berry Lane Park
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When the victims refuse to cooperate with police or get medical attention, this is a nonstory.

You can't help those who refuse to accept it.

Posted on: 7/17 10:07
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Re: Trump Our New President
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am I the only one here that feels this is the most embarrassing 4 years of American History, voting this man into the presidency?


It is absolutely embarrassing, makes Bush x2 and Reagan look somewhat appealing in comparison.


Please! No one was ever attacked the way GWB was. He got it maybe worse the Trump. You guys just focus on what the media tells you so the more they report the more upset you get. Why hasn't Hillary's collusion with the Ukraine got u just as upset?


They are completely brainwashed. There isn't much point talking to them.

What Hillary did with the Ukraine was worse because her people affirmatively asked their Ukrainian contact to get an interview with the Ukrainian President to find out more. He declined, but directed embassy staff to be helpful, which they were.

"The Politico report also notes that the DNC encouraged Chalupa to try to arrange an interview with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to talk about Manafort’s ties to the former pro-Russia president of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych, whom Manafort previously advised.

The embassy declined to arrange the meeting but was nevertheless “helpful,” Chalupa told Politico. “If I asked a question, they would provide guidance, or if there was someone I needed to follow up with,” she said, but added that “There were no documents given, nothing like that.”

Chalupa also told Politico that the Ukrainian embassy worked directly with reporters in uncovering dirt on Manafort and Trump."

http://dailycaller.com/2017/07/10/eve ... the-same-thing-as-don-jr/

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