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Re: Barack Obama for President
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Seriously - that is it - goodbye.

If Sling wants to hang around here like the gay violinist on the deck of the Titanic - thats fine.

Gentlemen - It has been a pleasure playing with you.

Posted on: 2008/10/8 10:01
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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McCain was absolved of this matter - a very poor come back on your part.

FYI in Canada and the UK the governing party is being overthrown because of the economy. Both parties are Democratic. This is an international problem not a national one.

Socialism seeks to take advantage of the recession. Obama represents a change...for the worst.

Posted on: 2008/10/7 2:28
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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Jerramiah Wright (Racist)
Bill Aires (Terrorist)
Farrakhan (Anti Semitic)
Sharpton (Racist Tax Dodger)
Tony Rezco (Crook)

Did I miss any of his friends?

It's going to be quite a rogues gallery in the oval office.

Congratulations, dumb effers.

Even Hillary doesn't trust Obamas judgement.

Better dead than red.

Posted on: 2008/10/7 2:18
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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It seems that many polls that were used to rate the Obama / McCain debate on Friday used internet respondents that weren't even based in the US.

(Respondents were 80% foreign for the MSNBC poll)

At Drudge, McCain won by a landslide 68% to 30%

So if you're wondering why McCain, (who dominated the debate and was complimented by Obama so many times) was only scoring a 38% the morning after.....

It's probably because Obama is "the foreigner?s favorite candidate". Maybe he should run for the Presidency of France?

http://gatewaypundit.blogspot.com/200 ... -cast-80-of-votes-in.html

Posted on: 2008/10/1 6:12
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Re: NY Times - When Does a Housing Slump Become a Bust?
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Swiss Franc and US dollars are considered "safe haven" currencies. Actually the dollar is doing OK because this is a world wide recession. Gold is doing well. Rental properties are doing well - no one has the backing or balls to buy - but they have still gotta live somewhere.

Posted on: 2008/9/30 23:05
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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Quote:

Br6dR wrote:
Debate Watch Party

The Hudson County for Obama folks left a message on my phone saying that there would be a debate watch party tonight at the York Street Tavern. I'm tempted to show up and hang out with the ivory tower elitists as they boo McCain and cheer for the anointed one. (That is if McCain can take a break from rescuing our country.)

York Street Tavern
247 Washington St., Jersey City


Wow...you're not going to believe this!

By coincidence, I've been invited by the "Nam Vets for McCain" for beers at the York Street Tavern tonight too!

What are the chances of that?...That's gotta be 1 in a thousand!

Posted on: 2008/9/26 12:33
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Re: What does everyone think of the Bailout?
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The system should have been reformed years ago. Bush has been asleep at the wheel. McCain warned him that this matter needed to be addressed before the election.

The bailout will probably take place. Hopefully congress will put pressure on the government to ensure that this will never happen again. The (democratic) congress will drag this out for a few weeks - causing McCain to fall another few points.

Bush is still antagonizing Russia by sending aid to Georgia. (Russia's sending a fleet to Venezuela, just to piss us off) He's authorizing raids into Pakistan, (causing the retaliatory bombing of the Marriott.) He's spending money hand over fist in a long and protracted Iraq war that should never have happened. Afghanistan should have been wrapped up in a year, but he sent in an army that is smaller than the number of cops currently in NYC.

Bush is pretty much doing everything he shouldn't. I can't wait until the retard is sitting in his rocking chair in Crawford, Texas.

Posted on: 2008/9/23 0:51
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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Franklin Delano Raines joined at Fannie Mae in 1999. Raines was accused of overstating earnings and shifting losses so he and other senior executives could earn big bonuses. Raines had reportedly steered Fannie Mae business to subprime giant Countrywide Financial, which was saved from bankruptcy by Bank of America. Raines is an advisor to Barack Obama.

Posted on: 2008/9/22 4:03
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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The policy instituted by the Clinton administration (which put financial decision-making under the control of political activists who were unaccountable for the consequences of their decisions) is the underlying cause of it all. Under Obama I see this only getting worse.

Posted on: 2008/9/22 3:55
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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Ahhhh...Lets not forget Bill Clinton's role in making mortgages SO EASY to obtain....and the left wing COMMUNITY ORGANISERS that were instrumental in pushing these bad loans...it's a very sad story:

The Clinton administration has turned the Community Reinvestment Act, a once-obscure and lightly enforced banking regulation law, into one of the most powerful mandates shaping American cities?and, as Senate Banking Committee chairman Phil Gramm memorably put it, a vast extortion scheme against the nation's banks. Under its provisions, U.S. banks have committed nearly $1 trillion for inner-city and low-income mortgages and real estate development projects, most of it funneled through a nationwide network of left-wing community groups, intent, in some cases, on teaching their low-income clients that the financial system is their enemy and, implicitly, that government, rather than their own striving, is the key to their well-being.

The CRA's premise sounds unassailable: helping the poor buy and keep homes will stabilize and rebuild city neighborhoods. As enforced today, though, the law portends just the opposite, threatening to undermine the efforts of the upwardly mobile poor by saddling them with neighbors more than usually likely to depress property values by not maintaining their homes adequately or by losing them to foreclosure. The CRA's logic also helps to ensure that inner-city neighborhoods stay poor by discouraging the kinds of investment that might make them better off.

Posted on: 2008/9/22 3:34
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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Do I detect sarcasm?

I think Loopy and SLyng are the same person.

Too bad you only get one vote bro'.

Posted on: 2008/9/21 21:40
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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Quote:

SLyng wrote:
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Troll? Is that the new accusation when you can't argue the truth?


I'm pretty sure I argued the truth... What'choo got?


Oh, thats just "Loopy" - He's stuck in a time when the dems were in government and everyone was still playing dungeons and dragons.

Typical delusional Obama supporter. Wades through pages of crackpot commie websites and bores the crap out of us by pasting them on JCList.

Posted on: 2008/9/21 20:48
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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There has been some interest in the press about Obama?s father?s lineage. Although he is credited to be from Kenya - His father is allegedly the descendant of Arab slave traders.

(Wow...if that?s true - that's a tough one to spin to the black community!)

"The revelation that Barak Obama is 43.75% Arab goes a long way to explain his political and business connections to Antoin 'Tony' Rezko, Nadhmi Auchi, Joseph Aramanda, Louis Farrahkan, and other characters he relies on as contacts, advisors, campaign organizers and political contributors. Obama needed the black vote, so he wrote a book and created a fictional African-American profile for himself."

He is also 50% white and 6.25% Negro, (one half the Federal requirements to claim Minority Status as African-American).

Who would have thunk it?

Posted on: 2008/8/31 23:50
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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I thought he was rather niave. He promised everything - but with no way to pay for it.

The solution for everything was to tax the rich. Every problem is caused by someone doing better than you. He's a socialist. A bolshevik in an Armani suit.

Expects the working class to screw caps on tubes of toothpaste for $10 an hour - when China is kicking our asses for a bowl of rice. Totally failed economic perspective.

Jobs move to Asia so that companies remain competative - the world is flat these days! Nothing personal - If you want to work, move to where the work is.

Posted on: 2008/8/29 3:54
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Re: Governor of NY Warning of Worst Economy in Decades...
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A lot of speculators have over extended themselves for sure - (it's called financial Darwinism in action, folks!)

All the smart money that I know is buying at the moment. Miami and Vegas are down 30% from 2007. Jersey City has always been undervalued compared to the 5 boroughs - so although volume is down, the lights aren't even flickering here. But in some regions the real estate market is finally getting interesting. After a 5 year hiatus - I'm finally looking to buy something, because great deals are actually starting to appear in the suburbs. I'm looking at deals in Westfield and Montclair that are down 50% in 12 months! Residential demand is huge there but people don't have either the balls or the financial backing to buy. This is making the rental market very strong.

My main concern is that America is SO besotted with "Comrade Obama" at the moment. I just don't get it? This socialist bimbo has nothing to offer entrepreneurs, investors or basically anyone making in excess of $200k.

Obamas proposed capital gains taxes are going to kill any reason to buy property. The real estate market is going to be pretty flaky between now and November.

Posted on: 2008/7/30 9:09
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Reservoir Use for 2008?????
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Hey, I was up at the Central Ave today in the hope of seeing the reservoir (for the first time) and hopefully going fishing.

The whole place was chained up - including one area where the beautiful stonework had been busted out - it looked like Beirut!

What is it with this City? Can't we have a little outdoor fun once in a while without being babysat? It's a freakin lake...and I'm an adult, so let me use it! I was raised in the country and I didn't get educated by Sesame Street, so F*ck off!

I've had enough! I'm moving to a place that isn't over managed by Liberal, Democratic retards...does anyone want to buy a condo?

Posted on: 2008/6/11 7:12
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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I hope that he gives the VP slot to Cunnilingus Rice (Giggidy)

Posted on: 2008/6/4 13:36
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Re: Condo near P.O.?
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The NY Times is a good source for 07302 condos.

This is one block from the post office:

http://realestate.nytimes.com/sales/detail/2152-DP709097

Posted on: 2008/5/29 2:07
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Re: Politicial Insider: What'll it take to get Cunningham what she wants?
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Yes...Complete nightmare if Sandy gets in....For Me it's Steve all the way!

More importantly...who is that hot chick selling insurance in the banner at the top of the page?

She looks like a porn star...is she suggesting that I'll get Bona-fide coverage? I don't get the point....how can you make flood insurance sexy?...Am I missing something here?...Did I miss the boat?

Posted on: 2008/5/15 4:44
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Re: Tickets Issued for putting garbage out before 7pm
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I've seen a black guy with a uniform and an SUV driving around downtown. His vehicle has "Environmental Enforcement" or something of that nature on the side. Usually patrols on garbage collection days.

Another leach, trying to justify the cost of his sad ass by throwing tickets at people.

Posted on: 2008/2/12 11:38
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Re: NY Times - When Does a Housing Slump Become a Bust?
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Taz...you're full of shit.

How the hell do you calculate paying $1,312.50 tax a month on a $350K apartment? (I have several in downtown JC that costs less than that per year!)

You wouldn't need to pay for points to qualify for a mortgage at that rate.

Realtors charge 4-5% not the 7% stated too - and you can avoid using realtors entirely if you like.

Finally - If you think that a $1600 a month rental apartment is even in the same league as a $350K condo, you're mistaken.

Empty barrels make the most noise. This guy owns nothing.

Posted on: 2008/1/22 3:15
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Re: NY Times - When Does a Housing Slump Become a Bust?
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I'm selling several 1 bed condos at the moment for $300-$350 each.

I see no sign of any downturn in this price range. Lots of first time buyers willing to put 20% down. Getting 3-4 hits a day.

"In contract" deals were up by 28% in the last quarter of 2007.

Its a simple decision - get most of your money back at tax filing time - or continue paying stupid money in rent, with no deductible.

We're in a micro climate here, next to Manhattan - so waiting for prices in JC to drop is kinda futile. However, for those people interested in moving to the burbs - the prices will get a little lower.

Posted on: 2008/1/21 21:17
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Re: N.J. may apologize for role in slavery -JC Deputy Mayor Kabili Tayari "It's a righteous thing to
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AND THE TRUTH SHALL SET YOU FREE!............

This has got nothing to do with a feel good apology.

It's got nothing to do with "being the right thing to do"

This is about laying the groundwork for another whining law suit pertaining to reparations.

Posted on: 2008/1/5 23:10
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Re: N.J. may apologize for role in slavery -JC Deputy Mayor Kabili Tayari "It's a righteous thing to
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Injcsince81....I did not know that! (nor will I quote you)

...I'm so verklempt! Maybe a Rabbi can issue an apology and appease my New Jersey brothers and sistahs?

Posted on: 2008/1/5 22:54
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Re: N.J. may apologize for role in slavery -JC Deputy Mayor Kabili Tayari "It's a righteous thing to
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620,000 to a possible 700,000 soldiers died during the civil war.

40,000 of them were black (30,000 of those died from disease)

I'm sorry if my irreverence offends, but the current generation of white Americans owe no apology to the ancestors of slaves.

Blood was spilled to pay for the freedom that we enjoy today.

Enough of this white guilt, already.

Posted on: 2008/1/4 22:47
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Re: N.J. may apologize for role in slavery -JC Deputy Mayor Kabili Tayari "It's a righteous thing to
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An apology?.... Excuuuuuuuse me?

Slavery was legal prior to the civil war.

And, by the way, Living in Africa is no picnic.

Aids... Famine... Drought... Flies using your eyeballs as an ice skating rink.

I'd be running up the gangplank of the Amistad if I was African!

If you want an apology - you should be asking the Dutch - they started it.

Posted on: 2008/1/4 22:24
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Re: towing at shoprite?
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I've been towed by Danny's Towing at Shoprite too.

I was polite and he was a complete potty mouth. Dropping F bombs with every other word.

I don't know why he gets the contract to do the Shopright parking lot in the first place - he's such a poor reflection on the businesses served by the lot.

We should boycot the store until they fire him.

Posted on: 2007/10/12 19:17
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JC Parking Authority has New Camera Cars
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Has anyone noticed that the city has introduced new cars for the Parking Authority with a couple of cameras built into the roof.

They cruise around downtown and register cars that have been in the same zone for more than 2 hours!

Moving the car to a different street doesn't have any effect. The plate is registered and date stamped and the vehicle is quickly booted. (They even box you in so you can't drive off before the boot is fitted)

I'm using contractors and my workmen have been booted 4 times in the last week. They don't want to come back to finish the job! I'm getting pretty sick of the city trying to squeeze money out of people at every opportunity. I hate this money grubbing town.

Anyone else have an opinion?


Posted on: 2007/10/12 18:57
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Re: Vessel arrives here on trip to prove Vikings weren't 1st to cross ocean
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Looks like they threw in the towel on September 11th:

http://www.abora3.de/index-eng.html

Posted on: 2007/9/26 17:01
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Re: Brunswick & Eighth: Homes threatened with collapse -- caused by demolition of adjoining buildings
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Coletta's at 208 Brunswick St was converted to 5 loft condos. They still have pictures of the old restaurant and function room hanging in the hallway. Number 3 is for sale at the moment with Weichert. (Very nice loft for $419K)

Those frame houses over the road were leaning very badly (backwards) to the west. (Even 10 years ago, when I lived in the area) I'm not sad to see them go.

I'm very sorry that the owners may be inconvenienced and left out of pocket - but they were nearing the end of their useful life. The ham-fisted demolition of the adjacent property must have pushed them beyond the limits of their structural integrity. I hope that the owners receive adiquate insurance compensation.

Posted on: 2007/8/21 23:53
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