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Tod Theise Demands that Scott Garrett Resign his Office Immediately

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September 30, 2010

Congressional Candidate and first responder calls out Garrett for voting

Two times in less than two months to deny 9/11 heroes life-saving medical benefits

Washington, NJ – Democratic candidate for Congress Tod Theise today called upon Congressman Scott Garrett to resign his seat based on Garrett voting twice in less than two months to deny the heroic 9/11 first responders medical benefits necessary to save their lives. 

Theise, who serves as a 1st Lieutenant in the New York Guard and works with first responders, issued the following statement:

“Congressman Scott Garrett irreparably dishonored his office by voting not just once, but twice, to deny health care funding for the heroes that responded to the call of duty on September 11, 2001.   This isn’t a campaign issue for me.  It is personal.

I currently serve as a 1st Lieutenant in the New York Guard (the “Guard”).  The Guard is a volunteer military force whose stated mission is to augment the New York National Guard (unfortunately, New Jersey has no counterpart to the Guard).  We train primarily in the areas of emergency management and response.  In the likely event New York City is once again subjected to a 9/11-scale attack, I will be called upon to serve alongside the same courageous breed of first responders that Scott Garrett callously cast aside with his vote.

Every single member of New Jersey’s Congressional delegation other than Garrett – both Republican and Democrat – twice voted to honor these brave men and women by extending them health care coverage to treat the grievous damage they suffered defending our nation.  These twelve Congressmen recognized that New Jersey was uniquely impacted on September 11th and that the heroic actions of these first responders were the only thing that prevented an even greater loss of life.  Now these same first responders who gave life to so many need our assistance to save their own lives.  They can count on my full and unwavering support.  How Scott Garrett can turn his back not once, but twice on these patriots is utterly un-American and patently treacherous.  

My candidacy stands for far more than simply being elected to Congress.  It is about standing up for those patriots who gave all to protect our nation in its darkest hour.  I can never erase from my mind the image of fire fighters receiving their last rites as they prepared to head into the towers.  These men and all those that served that day understood the true nature and cost of honor.  The people of the 5th district deserve a Congressman who shares this understanding.  And it is not Scott Garrett.  I am demanding that Garrett immediately resign his office based on his disgraceful conduct. 

Tod Theise is the Democratic candidate for Congress in New Jersey’s 5th District.  Tod is a licensed New Jersey attorney and works in Manhattan as a Senior Litigation Analyst at a major international law firm.  Tod contributes to our nation’s security by serving as a 1st Lieutenant in the New York Guard and is trained in various areas of emergency management and response.  Tod lives in Washington Township (Warren County) with his wife and daughter.

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The Race to Financial Freedom: Taking Back our Fair Share

By: Tod Theise

Aug 30, 2010
Scott Garrett’s op-ed titled, “Race to the Top Gaffe is a Teachable Moment” stands as the best evidence to date that Scott has lost the fire that initially propelled him to Congress. Let’s forget for the moment that Garrett using the Obama-esque phrase “teachable moment” is as out-of-place as Snooki from Jersey Shore quoting Shakespeare. The real problem for those of us residing in the 5th District is that Garrett has absolutely no solution to the fundamental problem sucking the lifeblood out of New Jersey taxpayers.
Garrett states that, “It is absurd that New Jersey should have to apply to get its own money back in the first place. Why should New Jersey’s hardworking taxpayers continue to send money to the U.S. Treasury so that Washington bureaucrats can dole out money to states that have most closely conformed to their ideas of reform?” No Congressman Garrett. What is really absurd is that New Jersey gets back only 61 cents back for every tax dollar it sends to Washington. I’m told that once upon a time when he waged a primary challenge against former Congresswoman Marge Roukema, Scott actually said that it was “immoral” that New Jersey got only 65 cents back on each tax dollar. Well, fast forward a decade later and we get back four cents less. By Garrett’s own standard we are mired in an abyss of fiscal immorality and he has failed his constituents.
We lose 39 cents out of each dollar that we send to Washington. This comes to a whopping $27.5 billion that we “donate” to the other 49 states. To put this sum into perspective, the entire tax revenue stream for our own state budget is roughly $28 billion. New Jersey taxpayers are left footing the bill for two budgets – one for us and one for every other state. Some states get back as much as two dollars for every dollar paid in federal taxes and a recent study showed that Alaska gets back $5.67 in stimulus money for each federal tax dollar. The greatest absurdity in this massive redistribution of our wealth is that Garrett has sat idly by as New Jersey has been relegated to serving as America’s ATM.
My Fair Share NJ Plan and the attendant Fair Share Tax Act (“The Act”) will decisively address this colossal rip-off by returning $9.8 billion back to New Jersey. Under The Act, a minimum return on federal tax dollars would be set at 75 cents. Any state receiving less than the 75 cent baseline will be refunded the difference between their actual return and the baseline. In NJ’s case, the 14 cent differential would translate into $9.8 billion. Can you imagine what we could do with this massive infusion of wealth back into our state’s economy? Forget poorly executed applications to the Feds for $400 million. My plan would allow us to invest far greater sums into not only restoring cuts to public education but bolstering science and math programs critical to our nations retaining its competitive edge in the world. And what about meaningful property tax relief, tax cuts for small businesses to stimulate job growth and expanding programs for seniors?
The bottom line is that my plan doesn’t seek a handout from the government. It simply demands that we get back a fair share of our own hard-earned tax dollars. I call that real reform. And I call it long overdue. The question for Scott Garrett is why should New Jersey’s hardworking taxpayers send him back to Washington when he has failed miserably for eight long years to get back our fair share?
Tod Theise is the Democratic candidate for Congress in the 5th District. A full explanation of his Fair Share NJ Plan and Tax Act can be found at www.theiseforcongress.com.

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It is Easter Weekend Saturday, nice and sunny, warm about 70 degrees. I am at the Democrats Head quarters doing my volunteer work. I am hanging out in the office with a good companion, my dog Smokey.

What is going on in NJ 5th District – Warren County?
This year Democrats candidates are running for office;
Tod Theise, who ran for office as a democrat freeholder candidate against Angelo Acceturo, is running for US Congress in NJ district 5 against the GOP ” god” Scott Garrett who votes “NO” on every policy that benefits the middle class.
Tammy Smith, who ran last year for NJ assembly in the 23rd district, is running for Surrogate and Robert Gara is running for Sheriff.
I call these candidates “brave hearts.”
On the other hand, the GOP opposition is going crazy with their Tea party rallies against the Health Care. A Tea Party Rally is scheduled for April 10 2010 at 10.00AM in Warren County headed by State Senator Mike Doherty.

See what we are up to in Christie’s base counties

Doherty ( R-Warren-, Hunterdon) and assembly woman Alison Littell McHose are calling on New Jersey attorney General Paula Dow to join attorneys in other 14 states in a lawsuit against Health Care which was signed into law last week claiming it is unconstitutional. No republican in either house of congress and senate supported the bill.

HYPOCRICY: GOP Spending is Not Wasteful until Democrats Spends.
Now try to match the two. Saturday is a Tea party Rally against health care in Warren County, at the same time,  GOP- Warren county Board of  freeholders approved the $7.3 million for the purchase of 445 Marshall street in Phillipsburg and some renovations on the existing Warren county community College. For clarity sake, I am pro- education, and I welcome any expansion to Warren County College, because this will benefit our students who are future leaders.
..But what I have a problem with, is the hypocrisy of the Grand Obstruction Party, who wants to have it both ways. This is the state with a Republican governor who is panting over Democrats spending and cutting all state education Aid.

His Budget cuts has also led to the closure of  Psychiatric Hospital.

Along with other cuts announced , Gov. Chris Christie called for closing the 310-bed hospital with about 600 employees in Lebanon Township by June 2011. Many have called this as a reckless move by Govenor Chris Christie.

Also, last week Christie was in montclair addressing high school student at Montclair high school, explaining himself out why he is cutting education funding. Here is the GOP governor talking to students last week. Remember essex county is highly dominated by Democrats, and that is where he targeted most of his cuts. Not Warren County.

WEST ORANGE — “Facing a dramatic cut in state aid, West Orange schools plan to lay off 84 staff members, including 33 teachers, to make up the difference.”

In Warren County ( Christie’s base) the project worth $7.3 Million just got approved, at the same time, this is the same GOP County and tea party groups who are protesting the government for passing health care , while their GOP governor Christie, is crying foul over the state deficit.
Is  this the same governor who will pay for half the price of the approved Project in Warren County?

 Are Christie’s cuttings only targeted in the heavily Democrat populated counties? What is this game about?
It is ok for GOP to spend, but it is not ok when it is a Democrat coming up with any type of project. This is hypocritical, or should I say playing double standards to win voter support on both sides?

This is where I have a problem with GOP leadership it is all about bulling people;

Christie is still out fighting the teachers in NJ, what I find troubling is. Why can’t he fight his own base as well? How can Chris Christie look into people ‘s eyes and say he is trying to balance the deficit by cutting spending , when his base is benefiting, by advocating for the rich?

 According to the Warren County Reporter and express times, the $7.3 million project will be financed by the bond ordinance, and half of the project will be financed by the state, since the state is responsible for the debt service on bond through the chapter 12 state funding program, which was created to help finance facilities at county colleges since colleges are not permitted to take on debt. Hmmm.

What is wrong with this picture? Closing the hospital, and substuting it for something else that can wait until the state is out of recession?

Listen Tea Bags; you cannot have it both ways.
I love Warren County; especially living in the midst of the opposition is so much fun.


I attended the NJ Dem  State Conference in Atlantic city. Here are some of the pictures I took.

Congressman Rush Holt

Congressman Rush Holt

Former Vice President Al Gore and NJ Gov Jon CorzineVP Al Gore

Senator Loretta Weinberg ( LT Gov Candidate)

Senator Loretta Weinberg

151Candidate Tod Theise talking to Gov Jon Corzine

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094Below Janice Swack ,Senator Dana Redd, and Aaron Janice’s grand son

Senator Dana Redd

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Gov Jon Corzine meeting with church ministers

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Former State Committee Chairman, Micheal Sedita, Tammy Smith( Candidate ) and Damian

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Above, Mary Beth (Candidate ), Ann, And Tammy Smith(Candidate)

Below, Janice Swack (canditate) and Bob

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Below 155Gov Jon Corzine closing remarks at the Desert Reception


It is hard for me to believe anything  that comes out of Christie’s mouth. I am trying to see good in him but when I list disadvantages and advantages , the disadvantages outweigh advantages for Chris Christie. Let me take you inside Chistie.

A look at Chris Christie

On Education:

“Christie believes that early childhood education is “babysitting,” and he would give insurance companies free rein to drop coverage for mammograms or minimum hospital stays. He even opposes banning guns that fire bullets that can tear through a cop’s bullet-proof vest.”

On health Care and women issues

New Jersey race for Governor is getting nasty, with both candidates attacking each other. Like I said before, Chris Christie is running on blank ideas. It is scary to even think of him becoming the governor in New Jersey. Here is one of the examples that makes me doubt Candidate Christie. When I compare notes, I think Christie is a fraud. If this guy wins the race, mark my word.   New Jersey residents will live  to regret.

 Christie is airing the AD claiming Corzine is lying. Christie will never deny women to get health care and mammograms for women.

See Christie’s AD.  Click the link below

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wN1acLW0Xmk

When I saw this AD last night I can admit, I felt bad for Christie. I thought the Corzine Campaign are making up stuff. So I decided to search for truth.

As I am surfing the net, I came across this youtube video.

Christie at a Town Hall Meeting dismissing a cancer survivor. Watch and make your own judgement.

“Recently, a New Jersey cancer survivor tried to ask Chris Christie about his plan to allow insurance companies to drop coverage for critical procedures like mammograms.”

His response?  He told her the cancer she got in her 20’s was “an exception.

Christie dismissed the question. like someone said, “There’s so much you don’t know about Christie”

Christie’s Driving record

Corzine came up with this AD, so I did my own research to see if this claim was true.

Here are my findings:

According to the records provided by the state Motor Vehicle Commission on August 28 2009 to the daily record newpaper, Christie had more than 13 tickets traffic Violations. This happened between 1985 and 2009. Christie was found guilty. The tickets included seven for speeding.

“MVC also issued traffic  records on Gov Jon Corzine. Unlike his opponent, Gov Corzine only had 2 tickets for speeding and a third for not wearing a sit belt in 2007 following a near fatal crash in which he was riding in the front passenger seat.”

“Christie on the other hand has been an habitual offender and a complete menace to society on highways of New jersey.” States the paper.

Here is a report from the New Jersey Motor Vehicles

Jon Corzine

  1.  June 20, 1998: 2-point speeding violation for driving 60 mph in a 55 MPH zone in NY
  2.  Feb 19, 2009: 4- point speeding violation
  3. April 12 ,2007: Cited for not wearing a seat belt in a crash on Garden  State Parkway

Chris Christie

  1. Sep 9, 1985. Was in a motor vehicle accident, no town listed, no violation
  2.  Dec, 20, 1985: 3 – point violation for improper right and left turns in Bloomfield
  3.  June 16, 1986: 2 point speeding violation in Summit
  4. June 22, 1986:  4 point speeding , violation for driving 71 mph in west Amwell
  5. Mar 1 1987: Billed for excessive license points. What Christie paid per year was not specified.
  6.  March 6,1988 , billed for second year surcharge
  7. Feb, 19, 1989: Billed for the third and final year of the surcharge
  8. Dec 13 1989 Involved in motor vehicle accident in Cranford,no violation.
  9. May 1 1990 speeding ticket in Union township
  10.   June 18, 1990 Speeding in Newark
  11. Mar 1 1991: Billed for the first year of 3 year surcharge for excessive license points.
  12. Mar 1 1992. Billed for the second year surcharge
  13. Mar 1 1993 Billed for the third surcharge
  14.  Mar 15 1993 Involved in a motor vehicle accident in Bloomfield,No violation
  15. October 7 1995 speeding violation in New Brunswick
  16. Nov 6 1996. Failure to obey a direction signal in Paramus on the same day, he is involved in an accident in Bloomfield. No violation
  17.  Feb, 26 1998 Speeding violation in Harding.
  18.  April 28 2000 No Point violation for  unsafe operation of a motor vehicle in Morris town
  19.  January 23 2009 seat belt violation in Morris-town. No Points
  20.  Sept 28 2007, Involved in a motor vehicle accident in Netcong. No violation
  21. July 1,2006 No Point Violation for obstructing passage  of another vehicle in Southampton
  22.  Sept 24 2005 No point of violation for obstructing of a motor vehicle in Lambertville.
  23.  July 26, 2002, Involved in a motor vehicle accident.

After all this ,  Only a closed minded person can’t see what is wrong with Chris Christie. He is a fraud and do not qualify to be a Governor. This is disgusting . 

On ethic violation

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIONkcbtzvE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rr1K81Yigf0

Corruptions

Do you think Christie will bring change to New Jersey?

New Jersey wake up, before you are sorry.

Update:

The Qunnipiac poll out this morning has the race narrowing down to just 4 points, and it shows that the more people learn about Chris Christie’s extreme views on issue after issue, the more they believe that he is completely wrong for New Jersey.


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Who contributed to the $7 Trillion deficit????  

I am not getting the whole thing of this blame game. It seems we are all getting rapped up in this bubble of twisting facts. For the past week I  visited GOP sites  to  have a feel of  other people ‘s views  on issues, especially those who disagrees with me and my opinion.

Unfortunately, the reckless spending, Nazis, Hitler, Socialist, Death Panels, birthers, is all I got.

So I decided to go round and Interview all . My Question was, who  contributed to this deficit that seem to have shifted to animals that never played part in this share? My first stop was with the dogs.

Here are the answers I got. Enjoy. 

Dogs ( Non Political affiliates) they can go either way as long as they are treated well. Also If you sell yourself well they will give you a vote. I stopped by Mr What a f…k  just leave me alone. I am so disgusted with politics says the English Bull dog. His name was James.

English-Bulldogpepper_pug2_jpg_w450 Then I met Grand ma Lucy the pug above. She just shook her head. She is just so suprised how Americans forget that fast. She told me she was independent, and very disgusted with politicians.jakecropped

Well  Jake the dog says; ” Do not blame the dogs, We have nothing to do with the deficit. We kept warning these guys with their reckless spending on staged  Iraq war.” But both parties do not listen to independents, they only want our votes, but not our opinion. So screw them.

Ask Bullwinkle the Banks Customers.

Bullwinkle should do some explaining? File:BullwinkleJMoose.jpg

 Well I know dogs would pick on me because no one wants to turn them into stew, with the bull…t of selling me credit cards with high rates.

I wish I could rob the bank and then line up for federal funding, like the Bank officials did.

  “ask Rodrigo the ground hog: Immigrants

if it is not the dogs or Harriet the bullwinkle, then who created the $7 trillion deficit. Was it Rodrigo the ground hog ( Mexican Illegal Immigrants?

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Ground Hog :- Illegal Immigrants

Well Rodrigo the ground hog says:  “no way,do not blame.  I was hired to work on the farms and construction companies. I worked long hours, and my pay was close to nothing. My wife worked for the big elephant ( Mitt Romney) as  a baby sitter.  She baby sat baby elephants.Baby elephant  My cousin Pedro the hog worked for another elephant.

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The only crime I made was to cross illegally. But then i was caught working illegally, and was put in jail.

 I dug under the cells to try to escape but was caught and was deported . The proof is right here. The pic of me in prison.

ground hog no 2 caught 006Well, Although I was jailed and deported, I was hired by the same people who are puting blame on me. Mostly I paid my medical bills by cash. I was hired to build their homes and  to dig their garden , and leased me out at a high cost,  I was only paid $3/hour. So do not blame me for the Deficit . Ask the Wall street the bear, I saw most of them hanging out with my boss. The bear will give you answers.

Wall Street the Bear

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Here is what Wall Street the Bear had to say; “Well Do not blame me, I am just the lobbyst, I donate millions to politicians for their campaign, together we know how to swindle the nation. You can not blame us because we are just in business of the greed and rewarding ourselves hefty bonuses. We love it.

Proof is here my friends: http://www.forbes.com/2009/01/28/wall-street-bonuses-business-wall-street_0128_bonuses.html

And here : http://community.nytimes.com/comments/www.nytimes.com/2009/01/29/business/29bonus.html

But wait a minute, we do not do this by ourselves. This helps our dear  Self Righteous Elephant( GOP). Ask him. actually the big elephant did more damage to this country . The elephants were in power the past eight years, and yes we the bears worked with them to swindle this country. Apart from our heft bonuses, how about the war in Iraq? Was’nt  it staged by the elephants?

Check this out: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-925270800873130790

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The elephants  made very irresponsible moves, apart from going to bed with the wall street, he took us to war.

Here is what the Elephant  ( Chenney) had to say,  Wait a minute Bear the wall street, YOU HAVE TO DIE WITH A “NO“.

Cheney accuses Justice Dept of bending to politics in investigating terror interrogators

‘Gentle men’, says the elephant above; we know how to play the scare game. Let us blame all this mess on the Donkey. Trust me, he will not fight back. We have to paint him “NAZIS“, we have to call him “Hitler“, we have to paint him as a “SOCIALIST”,we also have to create a fake birth certificate, to prove that he is not a born US citizen. Paint him as a bad guy for this country. Make sure you vote “NO” to any bill he tries to bring forward. Paint him as a big spender. You will be amazed of how people will turn against him. Target the soft donkeys in both congress and senate.

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That is our game, to shift blame on others. Eventually, the deficit will be blamed on the donkey, and we shall be free, and back in power. Hurray!!!

With all the blame and name calling the donkey is keeping  it cool with a simple smile, taking one step at at time to clean up the mess created by the above culprits!!!!!!!

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Fiscal Conservative” Cut spending. Does this sound familiar?  Current GOP SONG????????????

Socialist, Hitler,Nazi and  many names  targeted at the the president who only took office on January 20 2009.. Shameful ,Shameful.

Below is comment from some one who is paying attention to politics.

George W Bush killed hundreds of thousands of people with his phony war in Iraq, destroyed the economy, ruled with arrogance and catered only to his “base” while lowering taxes for the wealthy. If a condemnation is in order then the “pastor” has much to choose from in the case of Mr. Bush and his record. However, since the pastor and Bush appear to be of the same political and faith based agenda, then the current President will continue to undergo further attacks by fundamentalist wackos”


Well this is another Sunday that I feel compelled to to share my thought on what I read, witness, gather and listen to.

Way back in June I wrote in detail about the election battle for the  republican Candidates. Chris Christie battled with Steve Lonegan for Governor.

June 2  was a big day. Yes I had the results starting from the smallest office to Governors results. I was just lazy writing about it, since it was all over the news.

Instead, I decided to join campaign rallies in support for my blue President and Gov Jon Corzine although his rating is dropping. That does not mean I like Jon Corzine’s property taxes, but between Chris Christie and Gov Corzine, I would lather keep Corzine.

I will show you some of the pics I took. I can not think of New Jersey turning Red. That will be a night mare. Imagine Arizona in NJ.

Its less than 8 Months since President Obama took office, and yet it seems donkeys have already forgotten about the destruction of the past eight years under the republican leadership. It seems to me they have gone hibernating for now. Some of us who will be awake till 2012,  need to give those sleeping a pill to stay awake.

Yes Iam not a big fan of the Governor, but Chris Christie is not better. I would rather have Corzine than Chris Christie.

 I am calling Democrats who are sleeping in New Jersey, Please wake up!!!!, Do I need to be on my tiptoes again to give you warnings? Stay Awake.

Here is how Democrats are getting dug by the opponents:

Check this comment:

posted by Demsanddonts

“Is by systematically destroying them from the inside out. The FBI. The US Attorney. The AG’s office all looking in cooperation for corruption in government means bad news for Democrats because places like Hudson, Essex and Camden are prime locations for such nonsense. You can’t beat them at the polls, so you cripple them by exposing the corruption and taking away their political legs in the fall. The corruption appears so widespread that credible Democrats run for cover and suburban Democrats get beat at the polls simply by guilt through association. Other Democrats simply cross party lines at the top-of-the ticket and Christie benefits. This is how Democrats were contained like communists in the 1950’s. It’s a policy of political containment by the GOP. Vote Column “A” – All the way!”

Elephants aren’t playing in New Jersey, especially in district 23. As I wrote before, it is flooded with the holy holy  self righteous elephants.

 Which Elephant took the thrown?

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The answer is:

 Freeholder John Murphy Endorses Chris ChristieChris Christie in the back endorsed by the Freeholder John Murphy.

He Defeated Steve Lonegan for Governor , and yes Chris Christie came with a bang leading in polls. Oh Boy, just when Gov Corzine thought he was winning back his  popularity by inviting  Vice President Joe Biden and President Obama to Campaign with him, another  headache came in just this past week. 4 independent candidates jumps in for Governor race. The most popular ones are Gary Steele and Chris Daggett.

I met Gary Steele Yesterday Sat 1 at the Warren County Fair, and of course you know how naughty I can be. I took some good shots. 

Independent Candidate Gary Steele at Warren County Fair  flooded his flyers in 20 minutes . Every single person I saw at the fair was given a Vote for Gary Steele for governor hand fun.

 Gary Steele  took Chris Christie’ Cronies by suprise at the fair. It was something they did not expect, and they had no idea how he came to the Warren County Fair, from Morris Town.

I wished Governor Corzine or his campaign reps were present at our Democrat booth with his flyer’s. Unfortunately we had no show.

 The democrat sitting Governor has a big challenge. He should not ignore certain areas in New Jersey. Warren County may be dominated by elephants, but they are so many donkeys in this area that needs help. There are 13 candidates running as Democrats in warren county, except they are treated like step children with no support from the party. Does’nt  that show how courageous these few democrats are,in a community were republicans are the majority?

In my own opinion Democrats still stands a chance to claim back the sits? I am so proud of these courageous donkeys who are not afraid of challenging the elephants in this county. Really.

The truth is the know blue state of New Jersey faces a challenge by the holy holy self rightious elephantswove-ring from Warren County.

121474-Jamaican-Donkey-0 The Question is, Is New Jersey going to be a red State, independent or Stay blue?

 For now it is a 50/50 chance. Donkeys in New Jersey need to wake up.  Do not take things for granted.

No sleeping or hibernating. If donkeys keep going the way they are going, they will wake up in November with a red State of New Jersey, headed by the Fake holy elephant, now claiming to be independent.  

For those of you who do not know Chris Christie here is the video.

and here below  is the Democrat Sitting Governor Jon Corzine facing challenge

Governor Cozine.

After the election the Approval rating poll for Democrat Gov Jon Corzine declined dramatically where Chris Christie took the lead in New Jersey and still leading. That should be a wake up call for Governor Corzine/ Two things are happening here, either democrats in NJ are not happy with our Governor, or they are still drunk with the presidential elections.

See it for yourself.

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2009/governor/nj/new_jersey_governor_corzine_vs_christie-1051.html

My Question is  What are Democrats thinking in New Jersey?  Something Wrong here. Wake up Democrats. Two things, either the Obama Administration should give Jon Corzine a Diplomat job, and pave a way for somebody else to run, or the governor should campaign vigorously across the state without leaving out certain areas.

That is my friendly advice.