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Re: The Dopeness
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I think many of you are missing the point of a corkage fee. Think about it. BYOB is a beautiful thing and even with a $5 or $10 corking fee you are saving a ton of money not having to buy the establishments wine from a glass or a bottle. At $1.25 per person it's a small fee to pay for the privilege of bringing your own wines.

Also, keep in mind that it's the responsibility of the server (Sommelier if they have one) to serve it correctly. Which means if a person brings in a bottle of wine (that should be cellared) at extremely warm temperatures they could get a bit angry at the temperature that they brought it in and want the restaurant to rectify the problem. Shocking and old bottle of Bordeaux in a bucket of ice is not the best road to take.....

Note to The Dopeness: "Corkage free nights" seems to be gaining in popularity.

Posted on: 2013/5/21 14:57
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Re: Political Insider: Healy council candidates can run, but also can hide
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This photo really made my morning. Thanks user111

Healy and his team spent many hours and a good chunk of money on removing Chico's name from the ballot, a nickname he's used for years.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... y_2013_election_chic.html

Let's face it, when you can't run on substance, integrity and past performance then attorney's fees start to pile up with this sort of rubbish.

Everyone needs to get out and vote for CHICO on June 11th!




Posted on: 2013/5/18 14:08
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Re: Ward B City Council runoff candidate in Jersey City dropping out of race
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You know full well that all those attached to the Healy ticket are as mad as hornets with regards to Healy running his mouth about his 2004 nude photo.

Think of all the donor money and volunteer hours that went up in smoke as soon as Healy spilled the beans to Tom Moran of the Jersey Journal! And then to add salt to their wounds Healy's response the following day was, "I wasn't thinkin' to good."

I hope they all bow out like Meyers. If anything just to show their utter disdain for Healy's sabotaging of their campaigns.


Posted on: 2013/5/17 15:37
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Re: Jersey City will get $349,580 from state to help fight litter
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I am very eager to see what Fulop does with nearly a half million dollars in litter clean up money. ?It's such a multi-facet phenomenon that I would be researching every similar municipality in the westernized world to find an approach that has worked.?

I often think about the litter problem this city deals with every day. I am still not immune to it though a lot of the residents here are. It's astounding just how much this city accumulates and more so than any of the 2 big cities that I have lived in.

While we can point fingers at the ignorant who casually toss things to the ground I think it?s deeper than that and at its core is a total lack of pride for the city. However, this lack of pride is not just in the citizenry but also the government.

Think about it, where are the areas that are most prone to litter? They are in poor areas where the citizens have felt defeated and neglected by their city for decades. The pride they once felt for their city, their community, their street has been effectively squashed. We all know these areas, they are the ones showcasing our cities true urban decay 24/7. The boarded up homes, old cars with debris strewn all over, empty lots teaming with rubble and drug dealing, and decrepit sidewalks. These are the areas of Jersey City few venture into unless you live there. This is the Jersey City that has been left to rot and has always been last in the pecking order for repairs and urban renewal. In other words, if your city doesn't care enough to fix these blighted, major problem areas why should the home owners and renters of those areas care about litter?

Don?t get me wrong, I am big on accountability and teaching your kids right from wrong but if the entity you pay your taxes to and have laws that we are to abide by doesn't practice what they preach than why should they? ?

So, we get litter, an act that for many doesn't even register in their minds when they do it. It's as natural as walking and as common as a driver disobeying a pedestrian walkway.

This giant conundrum spreads like a virus and even those of us who have never littered may now not pay it much mind because it?s everywhere - we have become used to it. We can all understand the concept that if you see something long enough it eventually becomes accepted or if you repeat something enough it can become a habit. Littering is no different and has been a part of Jersey City's urban landscape for generations.

The more blighted parts of Jersey City converge into the parts with more shopping and affluence. But, litter has no border and no areas are immune. Sure, the parts that have higher taxes and are seen by more visitors will get more attention and get cleaned up faster but the litter still persists. Children see trash on the ground in every corner of this city and what does that tell them if their city lets it deteriorate in front of their eyes?

There is a lot this money could do but I really think it needs to be used to restore some pride in this city before it?s used to simply pay crews to clean it up. There needs to be some sort of symbolic act associated with this money to get people in these blighted areas to see that their government cares. Empty lots with loads of refuse should be first on the chopping block. The city knows good and well where they are and the same goes for all the horrible sidewalks, dilapidated public fencing and overgrown weeds. Make a concerted effort to clean these areas and rid them of blight and watch what happens.

I recall an episode of The Wire where the city went in and cleaned a real rough back alley were garbage, old cars and drug dealers cavorted. Once that area was cleaned and the drug dealers moved on the neighbors were out sweeping and keeping it in order. That is what we need to strive for.

It?s no surprise that when everyone pulls their weight a unified community will emerge and a sense of pride will develop. Pride in one's street, in ones community brings about positive changes throughout the city.

That positive change is up to the city and its people but unless they are both unified, the liter will continue to blow just like the wind.?

Posted on: 2013/5/17 1:05

Edited by 81905 on 2013/5/17 1:21:36
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Re: Election results
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A great sigh of relief could be heard all throughout the city were educated, unencumbered and informed voters were gathered last night.

Steve and his soon to be realized council have a lot on their plate and a great deal to prove to us all. As smart, concerned citizens we need to stay involved and need to keep our voices heard. We also have to rally around him 100% while his transition is in play.

I can only imagine the resistance and indignation he is about to face as he wades through all the BS and red tape surrounding the entrenched HCDO and what Healy left in front of him. Rest assured there are a lot of people over at City Hall and the HCDO that are not particularly pleased with last nights results. The roadblocks Steve is about to face will test every fiber of his character.

This is just the beginning folks!

Thankfully, we have a new mayor who will actively listen to our concerns, this much has been proven time and time again by Steven's open and honest style of governing and his commitment to reply to us when we have concerns. Because of this I firmly believe we can help shape the future and restore some semblance of dignity and respect that Jersey City deserves.

I look forward to Steve's first 100 days and what he lays out for our city. Keep in mind the council chambers are open to all of us the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at 6:00 PM, unless otherwise designated. Steve and his new council campaigned on transparency and an open government. These men and women want our help and thoughtful suggestions as they set up shop.

My gratitude goes out to all of you who voted and recognized that this election was an important one. I also want to thank all the volunteers who put in countless hours to bring last night to reality. Amazing grass roots effort!!!

I can honestly say that my belief in humanity was restored last night.



Posted on: 2013/5/15 19:15
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Re: Steven Fulop for Mayor - MAY 14, 2013 JERSEY CITY ELECTION
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Jersey City, do not take byebyesteve, WebelongHere and the rest of the Healy Hacks on this forum seriously. They are only trolls with low-show county jobs on the cutting block.

What sane, educated adult writes sentences like, "They love their wittle Stevie, that's why they dredge up old stuff about Mayor Healy that nobody cares about" or "That's why he'll get four more years and all of you will go home crying, wondering what happened" or "Who are the people that Fulop has picked to run the city's departments?"

The answer is NO sane person would write such dribble especially in the wake of the 2009 FBI sting that snared and imprisoned most of Jerry's inner circle.

In fact, WebelongHere, that's the type of people HEALY PICKED to run his city's departments! To even bring Fulop into discussions regarding city departments shows your woeful disregard of fact and responsible discourse.

The great Maya Angelou has the perfect quote for Jerry and the Healy Hacks to ponder:

People will forget what you said,
people will forget what you did,
but people will never forget
how you made them feel.


Make no mistake voters, Healy and his hand selected associates made all of Jersey City feel like bumbling, corrupt fools. Jerry stood by and watched most of his close associates, including his elderly, Deputy Mayor/Campaign Treasurer, Leona Beldini, take the fall. At the very least Jerry should have done the noble and righteous thing thing and resigned in 2009.

*** Keep in mind, as you stroll to the polls tomorrow that our Mayor Healy is on tape with the FBI witness Solomon Dwek, Leona Beldini, Jack Shaw and Edward Cheatam at Jerry's favorite diner discussing zoning changes and building approvals in exchange for cash. Do you think for one minute Jerry didn't know what was going on as he ate his Club Sandwich? He just new better than to actually handle the brown paper bags full of bribery money ***


This disappointed and let down feeling we all felt a few short years ago that Maya Angelou alludes too will live in all of our hearts and minds forever but no more so than in Jerry's, his inner circles, and all the families involved. The cloud Jerry and his colleagues have cast over Jersey City will be taught in history and poli-sci classes for years to come.

To byebyesteve:

Please continue to create more asinine, juvenile rhetoric that is more comical to read than anything else. You make Team Healy quite proud I am sure.

Change is near!
The Big Machine has more dents and dirt than a jalopy!
Vote Healy Out and Fulop in tomorrow!

Posted on: 2013/5/13 14:00

Edited by 81905 on 2013/5/13 14:15:42
Edited by 81905 on 2013/5/13 14:21:09
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Re: News on Jersey City Mayoral Campaign in NPR this morning
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Listen here:

wnyc.org

Posted on: 2013/5/13 13:15
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Re: Jersey Journal endorses Steven Fulop for mayor of Jersey City
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I ran across this great quote by Eric Lau,

"Genius is knowing to stay silent as others demonstrate their ignorance"

This really sums up Jerry and what the The Jersey Journal and The Star Ledger is all about.

You can't shoot the messenger folks!

Look, we all know Jerry Healy doesn't know when to keep his mouth shut, who to break bread with in diners and who to get in drunken brawls with. The man has had more than enough years of making us look like the laughing stock of the East Coast.

Jersey City needs a new Mayor and it doesn't take a genius to realize that.

Fulop and Healy are in a damn close race but Steven needs all of us to take it to the next level if we want to see the last of our corrupt mayor.

Click the link below to volunteer or donate......

Vote Fulop!

Posted on: 2013/5/10 15:22
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Re: Star Ledger endorses Fulop in JC contest
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This also proves that the Star Ledger is an independent thinking organism impenetrable by the Big Machines virus of cronyism, greed and corruption. My hats off to the Ledger's top brass and for what they stand for.


Posted on: 2013/5/9 16:20
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Re: Jersey Journal endorses Steven Fulop for mayor of Jersey City
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You gotta love the tenacity of the 3 or 4 Healy supporters on JC List. I know "interlopers" make up a great deal of it's posters but only a handful of Healy die hards is quite telling. Despite their disregard for facts they do provide some good fodder for the educated and informed voters among us. But I digress.....

The Star Ledger, NJ largest read newspaper, really hit it on the head when their Editorial Board said, "The Healy era should have ended in 2009 with his resignation. Time for voters to drive a stake through it on Tuesday."

This further underscores just what sort of strangle hold Jerry and the Hudson County Machine has over us. Their system, their unjust system of conducting business where cronyism, corruption and greed trumps ethics, integrity and good business practices is a long standing tradition in Hudson County Politics. We all know this and we have all, up until now, found it's deep-seated, mafia style grip too impenetrable. Well, folks, if you are like me, you are now seeing that trend finally being tested. There are more educated, informed and "unconnected" voters in Jersey City than ever before. It's the Machines biggest fear. They have only prevailed when there is low voter turn out and where intimidation, suppression, lies and fear are their only allies in retaining their hold over us.

The time is now. There are simply too many reasons why we should vote Healy out. Healy has handed us a giant silver platter of stinking, crime ridden reasons. What more do we need?

Steven can win this if enough of us pull together. That much is for certain. I have seen the sea-change happen in parts of Jersey City like never before and I have spoken to quite a few residents who are very emotional about this election. Many of these people were victims of Hurricane Sandy who feel let down by Mayor Healy. And rightly so. I also personally know 2 elderly home owners on my block who are frightened by the new property tax reval and how it's being conducted but also know good and well why Healy suspended it just before the election. I will personally see they make it to the polls.

Make no mistake, these people, these hard working tax payers are voting not only with their minds but also with their hearts and that sort of voter is non existent in the Healy camp.

Folks, you only need to scratch the surface on Healy's re-election play book to really get at the disturbing sickness that makes up his character.

On Tuesday the 14th open your hearts and minds and vote Healy and the Machine out.

Click the link to donate or volunteer!

Steven Fulop

Posted on: 2013/5/9 14:57
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Re: Jersey Journal endorses Steven Fulop for mayor of Jersey City
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While you are likely right H-Parker, in my book, that classifies them as uninformed voters.

We need to all do our part and explain to whomever we can in the next few days just why another 4 years of Jerry Healy is not the direction our city should be going in.

Click the link below to donate or volunteer!

Steven Fulop

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I hope everyone reads this. I disagree with 81905 that only people on the Healy payroll are going to vote for him. Whatever is motivating them, there are enough Healy supporters to keep the race close. I imagine much of his support involves resentment of the "interlopers" downtown.

Posted on: 2013/5/9 0:05
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Re: Jerry Walker Against the Embankment
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Walker is a non entity. There is chatter, however, that Walker will sway a good chunk of the African American vote that would have likely gone to Healy.

Tuesday is a big day for Jersey City residents to stand up against cronyism, corruption and big machine politics.

Vote Fulop!



Posted on: 2013/5/8 17:42
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Re: Jersey Journal endorses Steven Fulop for mayor of Jersey City
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Well, one thing is for certain there are no self serving employees under Healy's or the Big Machines thumb over at the Jersey Journal. Thank God for that.

Come on all you Healy supporters! Let's cut the crap and get to the brass tacks. The only (and I mean the only) people casting a vote for this guy are the uninformed voters or the ones with double-dipping, low-show jobs and their families and friends who are riding their coat tails. There is no way an educated voter can take pride and be pleased with the current state of affairs in Jersey City. Impossible!

Just off the top of my head - indisputable reasons to NOT vote for Healy:

-Failing schools and Jerry has the audacity to select Epps on his ticket! (What's the real reason for that vote of confidence Jersey City?)
-Crime, trash, pot holes everywhere
-Extremely high property taxes
-Development that has a shelf-life and zero aforethought
-Inefficient building dept with an "it's who you know" philosophy
-Time constraints and unimaginable red tape to open a business in JC
-Poor use of green space
-Unfriendly/unsafe city for pedestrians and bicyclists
-Pay for play would still be gong strong had it not been for Fulop & others
-Unprecedented FBI corruption charges of Jerry's inner circle
-Embarrassment after embarrassment by the mayor himself (it's astounding what he is willing to say to a veteran reporter about a 9 year old event a week away from an election.)
-Hurricane Sandy = Healy no show
-He has made Favoritism, Nepotism and Cronyism the backbone of all his campaigns and it's the only reason he has a shot at winning again.


Folks, when you stack the cards in your favor not based on performance but rather on crony capitalism you have essentially created a virus that will not succumb to righteousness.

I am not particularly religious but I ask all the wayward Healy supporters to visit Proverbs 11:6

"The righteousness of the upright will deliver them, but the treacherous will be caught by their own greed"


That's what is happening here, pure and simple. They are snared in a trap that they know in their hearts is unjust but because greed is so powerful they can't untie the bounds.

Let's help these souls free themselves and vote out the Machine....Vote out this evil machine that's festering all over Jersey City.

Posted on: 2013/5/8 15:45
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Re: Mayor Healy says voters don't care about naked photos
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Good call OneSkirt - Try this one:

thedailyshow@comedycentral.com

It does seem like a no-brainer for The Jon Stewart Show. There is so much he and his crew could work with. Love to get some good local nightly news coverage too since a great many of the 40+ age voters will likely tune in to one of those stations.

Posted on: 2013/5/6 21:23
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Re: Mayor Healy says voters don't care about naked photos
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Look out Healy spin machine it made the DailyBeast too!

Where are the big nightly news crews to really send this story over the edge? It's so ripe with intrigue, any nightly news station in NJ could easily lead in with this. The ratings would be amazing.

It really has everything our society seeks out for their entertainment needs:

Sensationalism
Polarizing political figure with surprising new damning revelation
Admitting to something he had previously never mentioned
Fast approaching election
Insensitive ethnicity issues
Drunkard with admitted issues with alcohol
Nakedness with a photo to prove it
Filthy, lewd acts with minors


What are they waiting for!!!

Posted on: 2013/5/6 20:54
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Re: Steven Fulop for Mayor - MAY 14, 2013 JERSEY CITY ELECTION
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This does not surprise me in the least TheHeights. Every single email I have sent to Fulop has been answered thoughtfully and sincerely. I remember the first time he wrote me back and being sort of amazed that a busy person on the council would take the time to do that but equally impressed at how fast he was to reply.

I have been pulling for Steven for a long time and his emails and the quality conversations we have had over the last few years are just a couple reasons I believe he is the right man for the job.

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I messaged Steven Fulop on Facebook and received a message back the same day asking if he could call me to discuss. My question was basically, "Why should I vote for you because I am still undecided?". I sent him my number and within 30 seconds my phone was ringing. We had a great conversation, I challenged him on a few issues and rumors. He had a direct answer for every single thing that I asked. I have no doubt that Steven Fulop would make a good mayor and point Jersey City in the right direction.

Posted on: 2013/5/6 18:27
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Re: Mayor Healy says voters don't care about naked photos
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Very true mrasg1!

Just imagine all the hard working, tax paying Spanish voters who are now even more enthusiastic about this election and want to send Jerry and his double-dipping admin down the shore?

Nothing Jerry's handlers can say at the point will un-do this damning gift that just landed in Fulop's lap......a few short days before the election no less!

Vote Fulop!


Posted on: 2013/5/6 14:45
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Re: Mayor Healy says voters don't care about naked photos
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Buy a copy of today's Jersey Journal featuring our naked Mayor "Running Mouth."

Inconceivable that he chose now to open up and come clean about this 9 year old embarrassment. Fulop was handed a gift with this one.

I wonder how many Hail Mary's his priest gave him yesterday?

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Posted on: 2013/5/6 14:20
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Re: Moran: Jersey City Mayor Jerramiah Healy likes a good fight
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Moran is a veteran Star-Ledger writer and a good one at that. I would like to know, however, when Healy made this bizarre new revelation. It's a giant palm-to-foreheard moment for Team Healy that's for certain. For Jerry to even talk about this huge embarrassment so late in the game must mean some mud about the event was about to be slung. There realy is no other rationale explanation for him to even open his mouth about it. That or he is becoming senile.

Jenny Morrill his PR lady must be pacing around screaming "Why! Why! You damn buffoon!! Wonder if she has contemplated jumping ship?

***This should be required reading for every Jersey City citizen:

"Take the naked photo incident. At the time, Healy acknowledged he had been drinking and said he could not remember what happened. Last week he offered a new version of the story with a bizarre sexual twist.

Now he says three young women woke him by banging trash cans outside his house, so he rose from bed, wrapped a towel around himself, and went to investigate.

?Three Hispanic girls, young kids,? he says. ?So I go out on the porch and they pulled the towel off me. Now I start laughing, and then they started doing other stuff. I said, ?I?m old enough to be your grandfather.???

?It was filthy,? he says. ?I chased them away, and I just sat down.?

Posted on: 2013/5/5 15:44
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Re: Steven Fulop for Mayor - MAY 14, 2013 JERSEY CITY ELECTION
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Let's size up the candidates from the last few debates.....

Fulop, Malik, Walker: Affable, consice, respectful

Healy: Belligerent, confrontational, disheveled and rude

That's not the character of mayor we want for the next 4 years.....8 IS ENOUGH!!!

Tell your friends and everyone you can possibly get a hold of to vote for Fulop.



Posted on: 2013/5/5 3:40
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Re: Jersey City election 2013: Healy calls foul on Fulop mail-in ballot applications
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Have you ever had to deal with the building dept in this fine city? It's like swimming through molasses and if you dont have an 'in" or know someone forget about it. I am sure the same goes for the County Clerk.

Talk to the owner of Muscle Maker Grill or the poor guy who owned Tasti D-Lite. The guy at Tasti D-Lite told me that he was ready to open but the JC fire inspector delayed him months more because after all the work he did they then told him he needed ceiling water extinguisers in his walk in freezer. Cost him an arm and a leg extra..... It took over a year for both of them to get approval and up and running, all the while they were paying rent and you wonder why more businesses aren't moving here?!

Want change? Vote Fulop!

Posted on: 2013/5/5 3:13
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Re: Healy cries "foul!" - sues for defamation
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To each his own stupidseven but I really believe Fulop's ideas to bring quality businesses and better development to JC is one of his stronger suits. While both Malik and Walker have some strong leadership skills I think they both lack a full skill set that we need to move Jersey City into the future. I also appreciate and firmly believe Fulop will keep a steady eye on over-development, quality development, green space, the all important waterfront and be a champion for a safer biking community.

4 more years of back-door deals, low-show jobs, a building dept that, while about the busiest in the state, is not even close to run efficiently and finally a city that is mired in an old school, machine-run philosophy is not the answer.

Check out Fulop's platform and email him with any questions. Speaking from experience, he truly gets back to his constituents.

stevenfulop/platform


Vote Fulop!


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I'm voting. But not for Fulop.

Posted on: 2013/5/3 16:03
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Re: Healy cries "foul!" - sues for defamation
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For those of you who don't want to continue seeing Jerry's mug all over town and in brochures with his trademark smirk and half tied tie for the next 4 years PLEASE get out and VOTE, get your friends out and VOTE and tell those who are not as politically minded to please get out and VOTE.

Make no mistake voters, Healy has a major strangle hold on a lot of this city simply because of his patronage and favoritism over the last 8 years. It's a big hurdle for Fulop to overcome.

Just look around this town and tell me the architecture and development this city has agreed to over the last 5-8 years is up to snuff with NYC. With a few exceptions the majority of them are nothing special and in a lot of cases are showing wear already.

This is no joke voters, if we want a better city that is financially responsible, transparent, green space and business minded then this is our chance to make our voices heard.

Vote Fulop!

Posted on: 2013/5/3 14:34
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Re: Fulop for Mayor TV commercials
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ahab just nailed it on the head. There is a sea change coming, much to Healy and the Machines chagrin. Over the last few years a more educated voter has been moving into town and soon our numbers will be greater than the rubber stampers of the old guard. This smarter voter - this "interloper" (as Healy calls us) terrifies them to no end.

The onus is on us to make this change a reality.

If you haven't donated to Steven's campaign it's easy to do and he needs your help!

www.stevenfulop.com

Vote Fulop!!!

Posted on: 2013/5/2 0:18
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Re: Healy embraces gays?
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Can you imagine the behind the door meeting Healy and his PR mouth piece Jenny Merrill had regarding the timing of LGBT piece?

From stopping the reval just before election season to all the recent ribbon cutting/photo opps to this obvious ploy to somehow convince the LGBT community here that Jerry is their friend is laughable and illustrates just how desperate Team Healy really is.

Jerry and his handlers aren't fooling any of us - gay or straight.

Vote Fulop!!

Posted on: 2013/5/1 1:05
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Re: Healy on campaigns: 'they're all ugly'
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Ugly, is re-reading this article from 2007. Seems old Jerry is used to saying, "I am not guilty."

http://nyti.ms/16hI2xJ

It's astounding that he was even elected in the first place after reading this:

Mr. Healy was photographed naked on the front porch of his house in Jersey City ? he says he did not remember how he got there ? after drinking what he said were ?six to eight beers? at a local bar.



Posted on: 2013/4/30 13:10
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Re: PolitickerNJ: How will Fulop perform on his home turf?
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Trucker - More reason to tell your friends about Steven and his crystal clear plans for a better Jersey City!

You are indeed correct when you say Healy will steal the election. It's actually a good choice of words considering the brash nepotism, favoritism and cronyism that Jerry's administration slings around like a bulldogs saliva....Fulop is up against a well greased machine that is morally corrupt and out of touch with the well-informed voters of JC. The ones who do know the score need to educate the ones who don't. Period!

Voters!!! These are not the types of folks we want representing our city and the more people you tell this too the better Fulop's chances are. After all, "Corruption is nature's way of restoring our faith in democracy." - Peter Ustinov

If you haven't helped Fulop's cause yet, it's easy to do!

https://stevenfulop.com/cart

Posted on: 2013/4/29 20:08
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Re: Jersey City Mayor Debate 2013 - VIDEO
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At 32.09, and I quote, "....and yes, the cops are doing a great, great job, way better than other places around this state." ~ Master orator, Jerry Healy

Vote Fulop!

Posted on: 2013/4/29 18:26
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Re: PolitickerNJ: How will Fulop perform on his home turf?
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Amy,

Don't respond to the troll WeBelongHere. This person is simply a Healy aid who's job is on the line. Nothing more - you can move on now.

Posted on: 2013/4/29 17:39
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Re: PolitickerNJ: How will Fulop perform on his home turf?
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Jerry Healy's greatest fear is the educated voter or as he calls them, "Interlopers." Let's show him and his cronies that they can't rely on another rubber-stamp vote where nepotism and greed is their only ally.

Make no mistake voters, for decades this city has been using back-door deals, nepotism and double-dipping relatives to fuel re-election votes. It's essentially the only avenue Jerry has to get re-elected and while these are nifty tricks to help bring people to the pols, albeit for the wrong reasons, there is a new and informed Jersey City voter who sees through it.

All the corruption that Jersey City recently went through under Jerry's watch, more and more new renters and home owners who care about the schools they are sending their children too and the horrible crime stats alone should snuff out the old way of playing Jersey City politics.

Much to Healy's chagrin, Jersey City is getting smarter and the smart vote is for Steven Fulop.

Posted on: 2013/4/29 17:12
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