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1. | Jul 22, 2014
Reading all these sick comments by peolpe who are supposed to be black reinforces why black neighborhoods are a mess. You don't give a damn. You can't stand for anyone black to accomplish more than you and it strenghens your crippling insecurity to see so many black peolpe with nothing. It makes you worse than white racists or anybody's uncle tom.Enjoy President Palin. Just think where the country could be if McCain had won? You'll get your wish in 2012.
2. | Jun 29, 2014
- Linda and Ludmil, I wish you tremendous great luck and good fontrue with this incarnation of Willow Nest . The store in Buxton, left me speechless the first time I was there. I can remember thinking it was just like being small enough to walk into a jewelry box. It took my breath away, as I'm sure THIS incredible store will effect the people who walk through your doors this weekend! I am so anxious to see more pictures, but I wish so much that I could see it all for myself . someday! Great HAPPINESS to you both in this lovely place!
3. | Dec 9, 2013
I did an analysis of onilne petitions and found that young people don't really care about environmentalist, help the animals, save the world stuff -- mostly for people in their 30s.EXCEPT when the petition is to lower the drinking age. Then young people turn out in droves to sign onilne petitions. This shows that it really is their beliefs, not access to the internet or willingness to sign petitions or whatever, that explains the first pattern.So they probably would've grown bored even if Obama had taken on even more idealistic programs.It was just a quick expression of which groups you affiliate with. No need to follow up.
4. | Dec 8, 2013
they will take part in a debate on WBGO Jazz 88 on Thursday, October 22 at 8pm. But Republican girbrnatoeual nominee Christopher Christie is waiting to see how Corzine responds to debate invitations from League of Women Voters debate for October 16, which would have been broadcast by the New York and Philadelphia ABC affiliate, and from NJ 101.5. Jon Corzine is afraid to debate on a major network affiliate with a large audience but agrees to a debate on a station whose board is stacked with Democrat party loyalists, said Christie strategist Michael DuHaime. He should be willing to go on network if for no other reason than to apologize to as many New Jerseyans as possible for raising income, business and property taxes, taking way property tax rebates and property tax deductions and doubling the unemployment rate. On Election Day, he won't be able to hide behind his money anymore. After Corzine initially refused to participate in New Jersey Network's October 1 debate that was sanctioned by the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC), NJN tried to move it back to October 22, since Corzine indicated he would take part then. That led to ELEC's four commissioners deadlocked along partisan lines, and to Corzine acquiescing to the original date. Christie Campaign Manager Bill Stepien then issued a statement inviting Corzine to debate on the later date, since it appears his schedule is also open for a debate on Oct. 22. While we have agreed to the debate, Christie has not, even after he challenged the governor to debate on that very same date-, said Corzine spokeswoman Elizabeth Smith.WBGO News Director Doug Doyle said that the October 22 date is not final, and that the station is attempting to find a way to accommodate all three candidates. There's nothing official on that on any side, because it's still in the preliminary talks, he said.The Newark-based station reaches the northern half of New Jersey, all five boroughs of New York City and parts of New York State. Doyle said that he will look into partnering up with other public radio stations if he can confirm a date with all three candidates.
5. | Dec 7, 2013
Hi, FredThe words acclaimed fneutrrnnor' and Chris Christie' together make an oxymoron. His speech was lack-luster and the only thing he could come up with is that he would only run for the first term. He couldn't get out of there fast enough. Something about a basketball game. (The parents in our family usually team on this one)Rick Merkt is ok if you like a mixed Republican candidate. Current legislator=part of the problem in Trenton.Levine may need a little more time in public speaking he had trouble with the word success it came out as sex and got a great laugh. He had some ideas on the budget but only counted his being a CPA as the way to bring NJ out of its fiscal mess.The only real clear candidate is Steve Lonegan. Steve arrived early to meet and greet. Best presentation without notes, fully covering where NJ is, the issues du jour, and a full-throttle approach to the future of New Jersey and the taxpayers who fund it. Steve showed that he is ready to hit the ground running. His commitment [and successful campaigns against pork-laden bills on the last state ballot] for the taxpayers of NJ these past few years show that he knows exactly what we need.