Linda Biamonte, GOP primary candidate...

Linda Biamonte, GOP primary candidate for the Congress, speaking

There are 38 comments on the Daily Journal story from Apr 28, 2010, titled Linda Biamonte, GOP primary candidate for the Congress, speaking. In it, Daily Journal reports that:

Linda Biamonte, a Republican congressional candidate, is the guest speaker Monday night at the regular meeting of the Greenwich Tea Party of South Jersey.

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Mary

Ashburn, VA

#1 Apr 28, 2010
I attended a tea party several months ago in salem county, NJ out of curiosity. Susan Lord is a kind, smart christian woman.

However, LInda Biamonte is an opportunist riding on the popularity of the Tea Party. She is unfit to be my representative.

All she talked about was drilling like a trained robot. She never says anything about other topics in New Jersey or how she is going to solve any problems. It was all about bashing Congressman LoBiondo.

A couple of local farmers were in the audience and asked her about farmers getting fair prices for their products. All she could say that farmers were subsidized enough. And when she was asked about bio diesel. She became angry and said that farmers do nothing but waste crops while people are starving.

Its fair to say linda biamonte when she was unemplloyed could ahve had a job in NJ instead she went back to NYtan advertizing agent VP. ADVERTizing agents are people who come up with clever ways of getting or conning people ubti buying a certain product.

Also, she doesn't care about blue collar workers, including farmers, truckers etc. She is busy hanging out and living a sex in the city lifestyle. She never talks about family values either. Too busy bashing LoBiondo.

Mary

Ashburn, VA

#2 Apr 28, 2010
Also, Linda promised to speak to the farmers after the meeting. She did everything possible to avoid these kind salem county farmers. I was there and saw the whole thing.

I want a representative who speaks and treats everyone with respect.

LINDA BIAMONTE: WE KNOW THAT YOU ARE READING THIS:

THE REAL PATRIOTS WERE AMERICAN FARMERS WHO FOUGHT DURING REVOLUTIONARY WARS, wORLD WAR ONE AND TWO, KOREAN, VIETNAM AND THE WAR IN THE MIDDLEEAST.

Mary

Ashburn, VA

#3 Apr 28, 2010
tHE FARMERS OF THE BACKBONE OF THIS COUNTRY ALONG WITH OTHER BLUE COLLAR WORKERS. DON'T BASH THE FARMERS WHILE YOUR MOUTH IS FULL, LINDA.
I DON'T WANT YOU FOR MY CONGRESSWOMAN AND I AM A WOMAN.
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Linda Biamonte

East Elmhurst, NY

#4 May 4, 2010
Thank you very much for misquoting me! Actually after the meeting I spoke to all the farmers, again you lie.
It's also, not fair to say I could have had a job in NJ considering NY is the backbone of television advertising. Try talking about subjects you know instead of what you don't.
You tried the same stunt last night at the Greenwich TP with the same questions. Also, you can't vote for me because as you admitted you're a democrat, apprently looking to cause trouble as all liberal democrats do.
Might I also, suggest as most democrats seem to have a spelling proble you learn to spell your hateful comments so someone can take you seriously!
Linda Biamonte

East Elmhurst, NY

#5 May 4, 2010
Mary also, by your rant you seem to have had a bit much too drink!
Mike

Philadelphia, PA

#7 May 5, 2010
I was also at that meeting and Linda knows what she's talking about. She knows the Constitution and wants to uphold it. She is not riding on the popularity of the Tea Parties, she was a Tea Party member long before she got involved in the Congressional campaign process. I did not see her be unkind or unjust in anyway to the farmers. You obviously misunderstood and are misquoting her biiofuel answer. Your last paragraph in your first comment screams the word "LIBERAL" so you need not go any further with your inappropriate ranting.
Mary

Glassboro, NJ

#8 May 5, 2010
You are the one who is not telling the truth. You did not talk to those farmers after the meeting at Queen of Apostles Catholic Church in Carney's Point.

State of nJ milk tester is not a farmer.
Mary

Glassboro, NJ

#9 May 5, 2010
Being Irish doesn't make me a drunk.
Mary

Glassboro, NJ

#10 May 5, 2010
I am not a liberal either. I am a Pro-life Irish-Greek Catholic American.

I may not be able to vote during the primaries but my husband and many friends and neighbors, including farmers, are registered republicans and they can.

(It's a good chance that you are not even Linda Biamonte.)

I really have no problems with the Tea Party. There are some issues that I don't agree with. However, I don't have anything personal against Ms. Biamonte either. I just feel that she isn't qualified to be my congressperson.



Mary

Glassboro, NJ

#11 May 5, 2010
Also, in Woodstown a certain person did ask the same questions from the an earlier meeting at Queen of Apostles in Carney's point.

However, this same person did ask you a new question which was "do you pay property taxes?"
Mary

Glassboro, NJ

#12 May 5, 2010
Mike, I thought that you were for freedom of speech?
Mary

Glassboro, NJ

#13 May 5, 2010
my comments are not hateful. They are the truth.

YOU DID NOT TALK TO THOSE FARMERS AFTER THE TEA PARTY MEETING AT QUEEN OF APOSTLE CATHOLIC IN CARNEY'S POINT. YOU SAID YOU WOULD AND YOU DIDN'T. AND THAT IS THE TRUTH.

I go to Church every Sunday with my husband. Do any of you go to church? Christ is about the truth.
Mary

Ashburn, VA

#14 May 5, 2010
Linda Biamonte wrote:
Thank you very much for misquoting me! Actually after the meeting I spoke to all the farmers, again you lie.
It's also, not fair to say I could have had a job in NJ considering NY is the backbone of television advertising. Try talking about subjects you know instead of what you don't.
You tried the same stunt last night at the Greenwich TP with the same questions. Also, you can't vote for me because as you admitted you're a democrat, apprently looking to cause trouble as all liberal democrats do.
Might I also, suggest as most democrats seem to have a spelling proble you learn to spell your hateful comments so someone can take you seriously!
You must take me seriously or you would not have responded to my post. Also, it is you who does not speak the truth. You claim to talk to "all" the farmers after the tea party meeting at Queen of Apostles in Carney's point. You didn't speak to me or my husband. I'm sorry we weren't wearing the stereotypical workclothes of a farmer which includes bib overalls and john deere hats.
Mary

Ashburn, VA

#15 May 5, 2010
I dont' know which farmers you were talking to but it sure wasn't us. Both meetings I attended you had a state worker who tests milk ramble on about agriculture instead of listening to real farmers. Also, landowners who have soybeans on their front lawns so they can get break on property taxes aren't real farmers either.
Mary

Ashburn, VA

#16 May 5, 2010
By the way, we pay alot of property taxes too. You said that your mom pays property taxes. Your mom is not running for Congress, you are. I can't support someone running for Congress who doesnt' pay property taxes.

Also, did you receive unemployment or cobra when you were out of work aren't these subsidies?
Mary

Ashburn, VA

#17 May 5, 2010
You never say anything positive about farmers or agricultures. Also, I support our local advertising, television, newspapers and other local media. They are the backbone Of NEW JERSEY ALONG WITH OTHER BUSINESSES AND WORKERS OF NEW JERSEY! I am proud that I am born and raised and work and live in New Jersey.
Mary

Ashburn, VA

#18 May 5, 2010
The only thing that you can say about our local farmers is that they are subsidized. Yet all you talk about is off shore oil drilling. No one is more subsidized by our government then the big oil companies and look at the many fishermen and local businesses in the gulf area who are struggling to survive after a major off shore oil disaster. Shrimp, fish, birds and even dolphins are in danger too. This is what you support.

Mary

Ashburn, VA

#19 May 5, 2010
per www.progress.org/2003/energy22.htm :

PROGRAM SUBSIDIES:

"Government support of US Petroleum producers does not end with tax breaks. Program subsidies that support the extraction, production and use of petroleum and petroleum fuel products to #38 to $114.6 billion each year. The largest portion is federal, state, and local governments $36 to $112 miilion worth of spending on transportation, infrastructure such as construction, maintenance and repair of roads and bridges. Other program subsidies include funding of research and development ($200 to $220 million, export financing subsidies $308.5 to 311.9 million, support from Army Corp of Engineers ($253 to $270 million.), the Department of Interior management programs $97 to $227 million, govenment expenditures on regulatory oversight, pollution, clean-up and liability costs $1.1 to $1.6 billion."

Per www.progress.org
Mary

Ashburn, VA

#20 May 5, 2010
I dont' remember seeing Ms. Biamonte up in Trenton when we were protesting to protect the department of agriculture. Was she ever at the Salem County fair??? If she is a long time tea partier, why didn't she support Allan Keyes who is an african American republican who was close to the late President Ronald Reagan? Back in the fall most teapartiers went to North jersey to hear Allan Keyes speak. Was Linda biamonte there???
Mary

Ashburn, VA

#21 May 5, 2010
Mexican people aren't the only illegal aliens. It is fair to say that illegal aliens come from all over the world, including Ireland, Peru, Middle East, Haiti, England, Asia, Honduras, etc. There is good and bad in everybody. I believe that there should be an amesty because it is the Christian thing to do and it will save our government money and expenses in the long run. And it might even generate new revenue.

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