New Jersey protesters call for end to...

New Jersey protesters call for end to Iraq war

There are 4 comments on the Newsday story from Mar 19, 2008, titled New Jersey protesters call for end to Iraq war. In it, Newsday reports that:

Holding pictures of troops from New Jersey killed in Iraq and waving signs reading "U.S. Out of Iraq Now," protesters Wednesday marked the five-year anniversary of the Iraq war by calling for troops to be ...

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Since: Mar 08

Grass Valley, CA

#1 Mar 19, 2008
New Jersey's problems were caused by New Jersey voters putting in places of power imbacials and thugs.

This guy, New Jersey Congressman Frank Pallone Jr. clearly stand out as one of the former.

R K Kearney

Bayonne, NJ

#2 Mar 19, 2008
Gee, thanks, CJ. We NJ voters appreciate being schooled by folks from a state that put Randy "Duke" Cunningham in Congress. Go clean up your own backyard, champ.
jaesea

Spring Valley, NY

#3 Mar 20, 2008
"clearly stand out"

Uh oh...little problem with Enligh, there, CJ?

I am pleased that Rep. Pallone spoke to those attending the protest. I write to him all the time about Iraq and the need for change. Maybe he is beginning to understand how urgent it is.

Since: Mar 08

Alhambra, CA

#4 Mar 22, 2008
R K Kearney wrote:
Gee, thanks, CJ. We NJ voters appreciate being schooled by folks from a state that put Randy "Duke" Cunningham in Congress. Go clean up your own backyard, champ.
You NJ voters need to take your heads out of your arses.

Your problems in NJ lie squarely at the feet of the liberals that have put this bunch of thugs and the previous bunch of thugs in office.

RK Kearney- if you don't like me saying it- I don't give a *%&^... This is America and there is this "Freedom of Speech" thing in the constitution.

And just to make it clear- all over the nation State representatives are making the comparison like this-

"At least we're not New Jersey"

On the broader sense the entire country is going to be hit hard by these "off balance sheet" secret deals with government employee Unions. The impact will be massive and most of the costs will be reflected in dramatic increases in property tax.

For most in NJ property taxes will effectively triple, and for some quadruple, inside of 3-5 years. YOWZA





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