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Re: Jersey City police chief: Fulop devised 'illegal' operation to snarl traffic at Holland Tunnel
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Well proven in the minds of who?


The sane.

Posted on: 2014/7/16 17:09
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Re: What Is the Total Property Tax Contribution of Liberty National?
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My favorite part of this thread is the notion that a capital gain has already been taxed.

Posted on: 2014/7/15 13:03
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Re: Hipster Mass, 9:00 AM, Every Sunday, St. Anthony at 6th & Brunswich
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As a recovering Catholic and Republican myself, I promise that there is hope for all of you. But first you must admit that you have a problem.

Posted on: 2014/6/23 20:30
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Re: Where was the police?
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Between this and the back-to-back uses of "peak" instead of "peek" on another thread, I am really loosing it!

Posted on: 2014/6/23 19:38
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Re: Jersey City schools working with company soon to be headed by Cerf
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The media is so liberal. Thank god that Fox News, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Post, The Washington Times, The Christian Science Monitor, Free Republic, The Boston Herald, National Review, American Spectator, The Drudge Report, NewsMax, Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Ann Coulter, Michael Savage, Mike Huckabee, Glenn Beck, The Heritage Foundation, WorldNetDaily, The Weekly Standard, Dr. Phil, Ted Nugent, Donald Trump, Breitbart, The Blaze, Forbes, Michelle Malkin, Tucker Carlson, and others who I can't think of off the top of my head at the moment are here to let us know just how liberal "the media" is or we would never know.

Posted on: 2014/5/28 17:35
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Re: 10 East Coast Neighborhoods That Fit Your Personality
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All I know is that when I hear anyone say 'sammies' I either want to hurl or smack someone.


On that we agree.

Posted on: 2014/5/7 19:09
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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The picture in question makes it appear as if Democrat Wisniewski had a spotlight on him, while Republican BettyLou DeCroce was shadowed. The caption makes it clear that it was an act of Mother Nature. Had the caption not made it clear, you can be sure that some folks would complain that Republicans are being hidden in the hearings.

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Posted on: 2014/5/7 18:37
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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"Whizzy" and "googly eyed"! Please stop! I'm going to wet my pants laughing!

I also have to thank you, Monroe. By continuing to repeat that Christie had nothing to do with Bridgegate, I became a believer. Because if you repeat something over and over, it becomes truth, right? I also like when you point out that Randy Mastro is a Democrat. That totally supersedes where his paycheck is coming from. I'm sure as a Democrat he wanted to hammer Christie, but the truth won out!

Can you please continue to repeat stuff about Lorreta Weinberg, so that maybe others can be convinced that if she's done something wrong somehere, it must mean that Chris Christie had nothing to do with Bridgegate? Come up with a cute nickname for her to really make the point.


Posted on: 2014/3/28 20:35
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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$1M is a small price to pay for undisputed truth. I say add on a tip for the man.

Posted on: 2014/3/28 20:16
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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I owe a great deal of gratitude to Randy Mastro. All along, I was convinced that Chris Christie gave direct orders to cause the traffic problems in Fort Lee. But thanks to Mastro's comprehensive and impartial report, it seems that Christie had nothing to do with it. I am glad to have been educated.

I never learn. I once thought that OJ Simpson murdered his ex- wife and Ron Goldman. But after listening to attorney Johnnie Cochran, I became convinced that OJ could not have done it.

I also once thought that Joran Van Der Sloot must have killed Natalee Holloway. But again, an attorney set me right and convinced me that he did not do it.

I need to stop trusting myself. Thankfully, there are highly-paid lawyers who can educate me. I find the ones with the most expensive suits, or bow ties, or interesting hair to be the most informative. If you ever see an attorney with a Brioni suit, a sharp bow tie, and great hair, listen to him! He's educating you.

Posted on: 2014/3/28 19:48
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Re: Jersey City councilman wants to pull the plug on red-light cameras
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The cameras don't cause the accidents, the bad drivers do. Even if the rear-end collisions increase, the serious t-bone, right angle accidents go down. That is a good trade-off. The rear-end collision folks deserve each other. All the accidents decrease with time as awareness of the cameras increases.

Posted on: 2014/3/27 13:07
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Re: Christie Administration seeks to block Tesla Motors sales
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The horror! Imagine all those poor Short Hills Mall shoppers who are having their civil rights trampled on-the 1%ers having a problem buying a car from the billionaire Tesla owner with Obama tax breaks!

And Sweeney not organizing the Legislature to allow it! It could be the civil right issue of our time methinks.

Can the NJ Senate President be impeached for this?


You speak in the language of corrupt politicians. Very impressive. Erecting massive trade barriers for protectionism isn't a problem because Teslas are for the 1%, who of course we hate. Boooo 1%, yay corrupt dealership model.

Seriously guys, we need legislative action to repeal the dealership model.



I wouldn't go that far. Before Christie and his cabinet on the MVC changed the law, New Jersey plainly allowed for direct sales and a dealership model. If some people enjoy the dealership experience, let them continue. But do not take away the rights of others who want to buy a car like a Tesla.


Not true. They had been given a waiver, with the understanding that they would have a chance to lobby the Legislature to change the law or negotiate with Trenton over this. Every dealer has to renew yearly. And, with two sales outlets in NJ, their existing model is ONE service center, in Springfield, to take are of the whole state for service and warranty repair. Sure not very consumer friendly . . .

I'm not sure such a big deal should be made over a car (with a huge Obama 'green' tax break) that costs over $70K, to enrich a billionaire like Elon Musk though.



Do you type your schtick with a straight face?

Posted on: 2014/3/12 19:13
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Re: Christie Administration seeks to block Tesla Motors sales
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If they had strong enough lobbies, he would also force all milk sales to be done through milkmen and all phone calls to be made with the assistance of a switchboard operator.

Posted on: 2014/3/11 18:52
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Re: Paying it forward: Jersey City man's 30-day campaign for kinder world
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Now I feel bad about punching him in the face.

Posted on: 2014/2/19 20:03
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Re: $4 minimum wage would cure jobless rates
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And the subsidy would be paid for by lowering/eliminating the mortgage interest tax deduction for wealthy homeowners.

I don't think wages are an issue in unemployment. Corporate America is healthy and sitting on mounds of cash. If you can't afford to pay someone a $60 paycheck for a full day's work, your business can't be much of a business.

Posted on: 2014/2/13 18:11
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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At this point, I would have more respect for Christie if he fessed up and admitted that he told Kelly to send that email (which is what really happened).

If what he said today was true (and it isn't), then he is completely out of the loop and has a staff made up largely of total jerks and morons.


So if you feel that way, how do you feel about Obama and Obamacare, and Mrs. Clinton and Benghazi?

You already applaud Obama for the IRS targeting (and yes, look somewhere else than Rachel Maddow for facts about who was targeted, whose apps were delayed the longest, the percentages of applications investigated/approved depending on whether they were pro or anti Obama) so certainly, if there was a shred of evidence that Christie was involved-you already approve his targeting enemies?

But the fact remains-the Ft Lee mayor wasn't asked for an endorsement, why punish him from Christie's point of view? His staff screwed up. So did the State Department.

In 2016 conegate will be a memory, and Benghazi won't be. The families of the dead and wounded under Mrs. Clinton's watch won't let it. A traffic jam? Meh.


I don't know what Obamacare has to do with anything, but I am a proponent of single-payer healthcare. Thanks for asking. I've already answered regarding Clinton and Benghazi. Again, not relevant to this matter, but thanks for asking.

My info on "IRS Gate" does not come from Rachel Maddow, but from actual IRS documents. I do not watch her show or MSNBC. Maybe on occasion.

Yes, I approve of the way the IRS handled applications for tax-exempt status. It was wise and reasonable.

No, I do not approve of the way Christie abused NJ citizens and used them as pawns to fight back against a diss from the mayor of Ft. Lee.

The situations are not at all comparable to a rational person.

Don't worry about Hillary Clinton using the life-threatening situations caused by Christie against him. She won't need to. She'll be running against a different Republican. Probably a Republican who used Christie's life-endangering antics against him in the primaries.

Posted on: 2014/1/9 21:39
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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At this point, I would have more respect for Christie if he fessed up and admitted that he told Kelly to send that email (which is what really happened).

If what he said today was true (and it isn't), then he is completely out of the loop and has a staff made up largely of total jerks and morons.

Posted on: 2014/1/9 20:42
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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Holy sh*t Chester, you truly have lost touch with reality.


Coming from someone who does not think Christie ordered "BridgeGate" this is funny, but please elaborate.

Posted on: 2014/1/9 20:39
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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The more relevant point is that this move DID delay ambulances. Whether or not this woman could have been saved is not the point. Messing with traffic is damn dangerous.

And I ask again, what if this woman had been your mother? Would you so casually shrug Bridgegate off?





My mother died at 67, if she made 91 I'd have been thrilled. I'd love to see a stat on how many 91 year old women survive heart attacks under any circumstances, let alone a few minute delay in response from an ambulance.


Still missing the point. Purposely, I assume.


Fail. First, you'd have to prove that the 91 year old woman, already in cardiac arrest (and maybe already dead but undeclared) lost her life over a few minutes delay. If that is so, then I said throw the book at the people involved.

No connection has been made to Christie over this, so his exposure is zero-unless you're one of the 'it's his culture as exec that encouraged this' in which case we're back to Obama and IRSGate, which you'd then be calling for his head as well. Along with Mrs. Clinton and Benghazi.

But you won't, of course, because that's intellectually honest and non partisan.


You use "Fail" a lot in your replies. It's dated and nerdy.

There is no question that this action positively delayed ambulance response times. Do you not get how serious that is?

And no connection between Christie and Bridgegate? Really? Or do you mean to say that Christie did not DIRECTLY order it? I say bullshit. I can't prove it, but I also can't prove that OJ Simpson killed Nicole and Ron. I just know what's what. I wasn't born yesterday.

And WILL answer your deflecting questions regarding Benghazi and the IRS.

I am not exactly sure what happened in Benghazi. I mean, I know the narratives, but I am still not sure exactly what happened. I do not think anything Clinton did or did not do led to the death of the embassy personnel. If there is blame to go around, I think Clinton would probably fall towards the middle or bottom of the list, if at all. If you think there was a cover up, I won't try to prove you wrong. Like I said, I am not sure. Right now I think the scenario described by Vigilante is close to the truth. But I'm honest enough to let my mind be changed by evidence.

And I think Obama probably was involved in "IRSGate." I don't think he woke up and decided one day to do it the way I believe Christie did in "BridgeGate", but still, he had involvement. And do you know what? I credit him for it. I support the extra scrutiny given to organizations seeking tax exemptions. By the way, did you know that in addition to Tea Party groups, any group with the words "progressive" and "occupy" were also targeted for scrutiny? So there was no targeting of only conservative groups. I support all of this. I don't consider it a scandal at all. There is nothing illegal about this. It is like the bank doing a credit check.

So there, I've honestly answered the questions you said I wouldn't. You're welcome.

Posted on: 2014/1/9 20:33
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Re: Jersey City Business Administrator - Jack Kelly
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Apparently he is one of the greatest city business administrators of all time.

Posted on: 2014/1/9 19:38
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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The more relevant point is that this move DID delay ambulances. Whether or not this woman could have been saved is not the point. Messing with traffic is damn dangerous.

And I ask again, what if this woman had been your mother? Would you so casually shrug Bridgegate off?





My mother died at 67, if she made 91 I'd have been thrilled. I'd love to see a stat on how many 91 year old women survive heart attacks under any circumstances, let alone a few minute delay in response from an ambulance.


Still missing the point. Purposely, I assume.

Posted on: 2014/1/9 19:34
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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The more relevant point is that this move DID delay ambulances. Whether or not this woman could have been saved is not the point. Messing with traffic is damn dangerous.

And I ask again, what if this woman had been your mother? Would you so casually shrug Bridgegate off?




Posted on: 2014/1/9 19:10
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Re: Top 10 bars in Hoboken: Yelp ranks the City's nightlife
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This is actually a pretty good list. I expected it to be a lot douchier.

Posted on: 2014/1/9 19:00
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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When you guys type that you think Christie didn't know about any of this, do you do so with a straight face?

And for those wanting Christie to become president in 2016, you shouldn't worry about Democrats using this to bring down Christie, you should worry about Scott Walker, Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, Paul Ryan, and whoever else decides to seek the Republican nomination. This is ammunition for them, as if they needed any more.


Posted on: 2014/1/9 18:58
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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Hahaha, haters. Still waiting to see proof Christie was responsible for any of this.

At least he manned up, faced the press right away, apologized, etc. Wish the same could be said for others *cough cough Hillary* *cough cough Barry*


The people who would never vote for Christie anyway still won't vote for him. The ever increasing base of people who classify themselves as independents just found more reasons to vote for him. Fringe Republicans can do nothing but admire how he fired staff who are culpable, which they haven't seen from Democrats in the same position.

A human and brilliant response from Christie, taking every single question and answering it-no spin, no dodge.

And he's looking great, for all the self hating fatties who criticize him for his size.

To be clear, though-I loved the fleece, but initials belong on the shirt front, not the sleeve cuffs, Governor!


I know that you have a poster of him above your bed, but if you think this is making him more popular, you are deluded.

He's clearly lying about not knowing what went on.

And you know it.

Posted on: 2014/1/9 17:48
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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It's a traffic jam. We get those in NJ. Please.


Traffic jams cause problems such as this:

http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/ ... delayed_medical_help.html

Now, would the 91-year old woman have died if they had responded sooner? Possibly. But the point is we'll never know.

But suppose this woman was your mother. Or suppose you were injured in that crash and were waiting for medical help. Or suppose your spouse was the one experiencing chest pains and waiting on an ambulance.

It isn't just a traffic jam or petty politics anymore, is it?

Posted on: 2014/1/9 14:35
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Re: Rutgers graduate, 22, dies after car plunges into water off Jersey City
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This is sad and confusing. Where did he start driving from? Surf City is closed for the winter, unless they had some kind of New Year's event. Did he drive down Marin for some time and just continue into the water? He may have just passed out at the wheel. Or maybe he had parked his car there and just couldn't navigate out of the lot, for whatever reason (drunk, tired, careless...).

As far as drinking and driving, I think there are four types of people:

- People who do not drive. (Few)

- People who do not drink. (Few)

- People who have DUI's, (more than a few)

- People who have driven while intoxicated, but fortunately have not been caught or involved in an accident. Yet. (a shitload)




Posted on: 2014/1/2 21:43
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Re: De Blasio’s Daughter Reveals Substance Abuse
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Sarah Palin is not smart. She is stupid. A true idiot. I won't even waste my time debating this fact. She may or may not have been a good governor. I don't know and I don't care. But I do know that is is a lot easier to govern a state which sits on lucrative oil fields and receives a hell of a lot more from the federal coffers than it pays in. There's some messiness in her past as a politician, but that is probably true of every politician.

There were a lot of vile things said and suggested about her family, especially regarding her son, Trig. But a lot of commentary was accurately pointing out how hypocritical she was regarding abstinence, birth control, etc.

The liberal media does not have a monopoly on yellow journalism. There are plenty of liberal AND right-wing media outlets (or do Fox, the NY Post, Rush Limbaugh, the Wall Street Journal, Glenn Beck, the National Review, and the rest not exist?). They both throw a lot of irrelevant crap around regarding public figures they don't side with. It just makes for a giant partisan pissing contest which distracts from real issues.


Posted on: 2013/12/26 18:23
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Re: De Blasio’s Daughter Reveals Substance Abuse
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Not a DeBlasio or Spitzer fan, but these are non-issues totally irrelevant to DeB's performance of mayor, which will probably suck anyway

And only the most annoying, puritanical gnat would argue that a separated person should not be free to do whatever. Even if he's a practitioner of freaky-deakiness.


Posted on: 2013/12/26 17:00
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Re: Driving into DT at Rush Hour
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Now THAT is a commute.

Posted on: 2013/12/23 20:57
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