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Re: NJT Bus with 2 Dozen Passengers Struck by Bullets - MLK Near Bidwell
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I would certainly support stop and frisk of white people.


You absolutely would - because it will never happen, and you know it. Just like "the war against Christmas", dangerous Mexican rapists poring over the southern border and other whiny conservative bullshit make-believe victimization.



You asked a question and got an answer. Guess the answer goes against your silly worldview so you couldn't handle it.


Except the question wasn't to you. But thanks for pooping on a paper plate and leaving it here. Certainly enhanced the discussion.

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Re: NJT Bus with 2 Dozen Passengers Struck by Bullets - MLK Near Bidwell
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I would certainly support stop and frisk of white people.


You absolutely would - because it will never happen, and you know it. Just like "the war against Christmas", dangerous Mexican rapists poring over the southern border and other whiny conservative bullshit make-believe victimization.


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Re: NJT Bus with 2 Dozen Passengers Struck by Bullets - MLK Near Bidwell
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But okay - back to stop and frisk: a guy stole a bike from our garage and was caught on camera. He was white and from your neck of the woods, according to the police who wouldn't do anything about it. You're good with getting felt up a couple times a week on your way to/from work, right? You are definitely white, right?

Posted on: 1/18 17:53
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Re: NJT Bus with 2 Dozen Passengers Struck by Bullets - MLK Near Bidwell
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Huh - I'm so used to all of the childish "Whizzy" and "Whiney" stuff that I have to say I pretty much discount the Monroe brand.

Posted on: 1/18 17:50
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Re: NJT Bus with 2 Dozen Passengers Struck by Bullets - MLK Near Bidwell
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Scheindlin was a joke of an activist judge, and comrade de Blasio didn't pursue an appeal (which many said would've prevailed) because he's also an activist mayor. And she has a history of having her decisions overturned by higher courts.


Back to page one of the playbook, Mary Pat? You don't like the answer then come up with unsubtantiated attacks and namecalling. Suprised you didn't say something was "rigged".

Sad!

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Obama is the first POTUS to be in a war during every day of his two terms.


God are you simple.

Posted on: 1/11 13:53
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Re: Trump Our New President
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It's not a coinky dinkee that this came out (again, it's been ignored since October by every major news provider) the day the Senate confirmations began, the day Obama gave his 'goodbye, I'm great' speech, and the day before Trump's presser where he'll outline his divesting strategy. Just another attempt to delegitimize his election, like the failed recount, the failed 'faithless elector' hilarity, the failed 'let's mess with the Electoral College voting procedure'.


I dunno, Mary Pat - Twitler went to all caps in his tweet denial. DEFCON 3, at the very least if you ask me.

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Re: Is JCLister Stringer a bot?
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Oh yeah? What's his/her personality like? Do all the conversations consist of telling you news stories? Just wondering. I had a friend who was a radio announcer, and his voice became dead silent every time I drove under a bridge when he was riding in my car.


Did your friend also have a seashell collection, scattered about the beaches of the world?

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Re: How teachers unions drive Jersey’s pension crisis
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The writer's group also spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on Jersey City's school board election to support the Jersey City United ticket.


In the interest of full disclosure of which you seem to be in favor, why not disclose your professional interest in this topic?

Posted on: 12/6 18:38
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Re: How teachers unions drive Jersey’s pension crisis
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Well, good luck finding a state that pays relatively high wages, has decent job opportunities, offers decent public transportation, a rich cultural life, and doesn't sock taxpayers -- or isn't slashing spending to the bone. That leaves, uh... Houston?


Washington/Seattle. The state has no income tax and property taxes are roughly half of NJ's, slightly less actually. Seattle is booming - lots of job growth in attractive, high paying sectors. Great infrastructure and public transportation with a lot of new investments being made. Wide and deep offering of cultural opportunities and somewhere between 17 and 9,564x more physically attractive than NJ. Seattle does have a high sales tax (as high as 9.6% - it varies by zip code.)

Posted on: 12/6 18:36
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Re: Fulop: despite Trump, Jersey City remains 'welcoming' to immigrants
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Can you say 8 years of Donald Trump, and maybe 8 more of Ivanka?


Lol - Little Donny will have soiled himself beyond recognition before his four years are up.

Posted on: 2016/11/28 17:31
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Right. Because of your three things, her six unrelated things didn't happen. Because you said so.

So. Fucking. Stupid.

Posted on: 2016/11/11 15:03
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Are point in time biases possible? Sure. Multi-decades long institutional ones. Nah.

Quit your whining, Mary Pat. You got what you wanted. Well, maybe it isn't working out so well for your husband...

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If you haven't seen it, the film Truth is definitely worth watching.


It is. It also points out the major fallacy in the whole "liberal media" canard. The media is corporate - profits first! Don't say anything that is bad for business! The media (the owners of the media, not the individual reporters) doesn't care who is president or who is in congress and the decades-long mantra that the "liberal media" is to blame for everything has given rise to our new post-factual world. Hey - you are now free to believe whatever you want and there is a website out there that is the digital equivalent of a four year-old with a crayon and a pizza box who will back you up.


Er, Trump haters Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, and American billionaire Jeff Bezos, both control the NYTimes and the Washington Post-and both were totally determined to stop a Trump win. Sometimes media and money connect with deep pocketed owners with an agenda.

Posted on: 2016/11/11 14:06
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Re: Trump Our New President
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If you haven't seen it, the film Truth is definitely worth watching.


It is. It also points out the major fallacy in the whole "liberal media" canard. The media is corporate - profits first! Don't say anything that is bad for business! The media (the owners of the media, not the individual reporters) doesn't care who is president or who is in congress and the decades-long mantra that the "liberal media" is to blame for everything has given rise to our new post-factual world. Hey - you are now free to believe whatever you want and there is a website out there that is the digital equivalent of a four year-old with a crayon and a pizza box who will back you up.

Posted on: 2016/11/11 13:10
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Re: Trump Our New President
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On this Veteran's Day lets reflect on the fact we elected a five time draft dodging coward as President.


Are you talking about President elect Trump or ex President Clinton?

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Or GWB?


Bush didn't dodge. He deserted.

Posted on: 2016/11/11 12:00
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Orange is the New Black


- deal w/ it


That was actually funny.

Posted on: 2016/11/10 16:22
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Re: Trump Our New President
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As is your wont, you've conflated various things I've said to fit your purpose. Of course I'm guessing about the future - there is a fairly well established history of how these things often? usually? (but not always) play out. "Wave elections" almost always occur in the midterm of the a president's first term.

Talk to me in four years after all of the draining and burning is done. Unity platform.... haha! Good luck to all of us.

While I'm thinking to ask: did his rape trial involving the then 13-y/o girl start today? I haven't had a chance to check.

Posted on: 2016/11/9 18:32
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Wrong yet again (I do admire your consistency.) I did watch a good chunk of his speech. I saw his mouth move. I heard words come out. He has contradicted himself at almost every step of the campaign - we are supposed to believe these particular words because they came at a particular point in time? That's foolish. I'll see what he actually does rather than listen to the word salad. At least he accepted the results of the election...

Look - this will play out the same way it always does. The novice will get in office, full of big plans. He has the wind at his back with the house and senate. They will inevitably overreach - I won't predict how, but there are probably a dozen likely paths. In 2018, the senate will flip. If he's learned on the job and matured to the point that he's respected within his party and can consistently act like an adult, he'll have a fighting chance to win a second term but he'll never have the both the house and senate again after 2018. However, when the people who feel as though they've been left behind realize in four years that nothing changed in their lives, they aren't as likely to turn out in big numbers. And after the 2020 census, districts will be redrawn and the the machine that hands the house to the GOP every two years by big margins in total seats despite getting fewer votes, will be weakened to an extent.

Nothing will change. Manufacturing jobs that disappeared from the US aren't going to magically reappear not because the US worker can't compete but because those jobs don't exist on anywhere near the scale they used to, having been replaced by technology. Trade deals aren't going to be canceled. Debt isn't going to be "renegotiated". He'll get a judge or two, probably a tax cut that won't benefit the working class and relations with the rest of the world will suffer. And that's about the extent of it - he doesn't have the temperament or intellect to actually effect much of what he's after. If congress happens to like something he's talked about, they'll tee it up for him and that'll get done.

Posted on: 2016/11/9 18:09
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Re: Trump Our New President
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No need to repeat - you don't have much to say that's interesting and you clearly don't bother to read what others say. I acknowledged that the rules are what they are - but when one party wins the popular vote six out of the last seven presidential elections and routinely outpolls the other party in house races by a million + votes in aggregate, the sentient person at least pauses to consider if maybe the system isn't functioning as it should. At least considers it.

But I won't piss on your day. Create whatever narrative you need to validate your view of yesterday as a watershed moment in American politics. Go ahead - Make America Hate Again!

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Losing so badly that she'll win the national vote. This wasn't a huge win - don't kid yourself. The electoral college is what it is and those were the rules of the game going in, but when you can add up ten states with a combined population of 23 million and get 55 electoral votes, the same number as California gets with 39 million people - that isn't exactly a representative democracy.


Boy, those grapes sure must be sour!

I'll repeat what I explained to Dolomiti:


The Democrat winning the popular vote (by a minute fraction) is irrelevant for present purposes since everyone campaigned under the rules of the Electoral College. Had the winner been determined by popular vote, both parties would have campaigned very differently. We don't know what the result would have been in such a circumstance.

Posted on: 2016/11/9 17:31
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Losing so badly that she'll win the national vote. This wasn't a huge win - don't kid yourself. The electoral college is what it is and those were the rules of the game going in, but when you can add up ten states with a combined population of 23 million and get 55 electoral votes, the same number as California gets with 39 million people - that isn't exactly a representative democracy.

Posted on: 2016/11/9 17:21
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Re: If you found the wallet this morning at Hamilton Park...
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You/he certainly do have that freedom but to your point: we'd all be better served if the people most eager to utilize that freedom stopped and asked themselves if anyone really cares what they have to say. JCManHate clearly needs attention and will take any outrageous Trump-style position to stir the pot. I get that. He lacks the maturity to understand nuance. But he is close to single-handedly (with at least a nod to Yvonne, Monroe, et al) making this site something to avoid rather than being the useful community resource it could - and occasionally used to - be. That's unfortunate.

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While I don't agree at all with what he is saying, I'm pretty sure the last time I checked – at least in America – we have the freedom to express our opinions.

Posted on: 2016/11/4 14:01
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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Thanks, Mary Pat.

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Isn't it amazing how the former great paper can take such a stance on Christie, especially since he's not been proven, as he said from day 1, to have had anything to do with the traffic jam.

The person they endorse for POTUS was excoriated by the head of the FBI-and they love her!


Posted on: 2016/10/27 13:15
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Re: Vote No for 2 city questions
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Stack is looking after the interest of his constituents in his district, I consider him a good man. After all, Union City is much cleaner than JC so he must be doing something right.


Stack is a power broker, and the fewer people who vote favor his breed who turn out their constituencies to keep power. The myriad elections here were always about keeping down the vote so unions and other organized special interests would dominate via "election fatigue".

The "election day jobs program" argument would be hysterical if it wasn't indicative of the "old school" way of spreading the perks for support.


Bingo.

Posted on: 2016/10/26 13:29
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Re: JC City Hall demonstration last weekend - Oct 22
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Probably Ashura. I didn't see it this year but they have been held there in the past. Timing is right.

Posted on: 2016/10/26 13:14
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Re: Jersey City envisions arts district near historic Loew's
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Of course, because the Powerhouse Arts District and WALDO was so successful.


I have an opinion on this, which I'll keep to myself. Except to say creating an arts district may be the secondary or tertiary (sp?) reason for the change.


Check your irony detector, I think it's on the fritz.


I think you meant sarcasm, the native tongue of New Jersey.

Posted on: 2016/10/26 13:10
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Re: Vote No for 2 city questions
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Same reason there is a comics section.

Posted on: 2016/10/24 13:16
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Re: NJ to become a 'shall issue' state?
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Who is "Governor Christie"?

What a joke. Too bad he doesn't have a few more years left on his term - it would make impeaching him worthwhile.

Posted on: 2016/10/24 13:14
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Re: 10/09/2016: Presidential Debate 2 (St. Louis)
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The worst part about this election? It killed House of Cards. It will never be able to top reality.

Posted on: 2016/10/13 13:00
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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Dude - unless you are actually Mary Pat, your blind allegiance and loyalty to Christie is creepy. Why do you care so much? They are all full of shit - why soil yourself?

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The traffic story was front page in the Bergen Record, EVERYONE who reads the papers knew about it. Where is the tidbit that says Christie knew it was political dirty tricks, or where is the email in all those slides that has him cc'd on it?

Posted on: 2016/10/5 13:33
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Re: Fulop won't run for governor, will back Murphy, sources say
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Brutal read for Fulop supporters.

http://www.njbiz.com/apps/pbcs.dll/ar ... r-fall&template=mobileart


“Fulop has become New Jersey’s Ted Cruz,” a longtime observer said. “No one wants to be associated with him now.”

Quite funny - not far from the truth, either.

Posted on: 2016/10/1 16:38
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