Weekly Update – October 21, 2009
REGULAR BREAKFAST DISCUSSION AT ATHENA DINER, NEW ROAD, NORTHFIELD: This Saturday, October 24: 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
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1. LIBERTY AT THE MOVIES? We will show ?The Cartel?, an excellent movie of how the NJEA New Jersey Teacher?s Union dumbed down education, hijacked the Democrat and Republican parties, and bankrupted our state. This will be a BIG event! This Monday, October 26 at 6:30 PM at the County Library on Main Street in Mays Landing. Admission is free, but a donation is recommended to keep the program going. Invite everyone you know! They won?t be disappointed. View the trailer at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzIfTmD8UUc.
2. TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION:
a. That $400 million ballot question?just voting ?NO? is not enough!
ii. There are 1,000 ?Vote No? lawn signs and literature at my law office at 453 Shore Road (corner of Maryland?the road to Longport) in Somers Point. Take what you want, but use what you take! If you live around Millville, Salem, Pitman, Haddonfield, Cherry Hill?can you pick up a bunch and distribute them to the folks in your area? Please call me at 609-927-7333 so I can have everything ready for you. Thanks.
iii. Do you listen to talk radio? Why not call in just one point about the ballot question to your favorite talk program? Or write a letter to the editor for your local paper!
iv. Thinking about running for school board or public office next year? Why not practice right now! What better way to be a winning candidate next year, than by getting out front with the ballot question for the next two weeks?with signs, letters to the editor, and calling your local talk radio show.
v. Tell your local freeholders/mayor/council-township committee members how you feel. Don?t let them get fooled into publicly endorsing a ?yes? vote!
b. Who should get your vote for Governor?
i. The NJEA teacher?s union is telling its 180,000 members to vote for Democrat Corzine. Every public school employee is forced to pay roughly $800 to this union. Click here to see what they are forced to pay for: http://vidego.multicastmedia.com/player.php?p=w107m417
ii. In my column in the Current and Gazette newspapers in Atlantic and Cape May Counties, I suggest voting for Christie to beat the NJEA. (I do this as an individual?Liberty and Prosperity as an organization does not and cannot endorse candidates.) You can read my column by clicking: http://www.shorenewstoday.com/news.php?id=5093
iii. My views are not shared by Paul Mulshine, the only conservative on the Newark Star Ledger. Check out his last four columns!
1. Is Chris Christie?s campaign the worst-run in NJ history? Click here for full column: http://blog.nj.com/njv_paul_mulshine…mpaign_th.html
2. Why the Republican Party in New Jersey should just give up.
3. Why the national GOP is as bad as the Jersey GOP. http://blog.nj.com/njv_paul_mulshine…is_as_bad.html
4. It?s Official: Christie lied about Lonegan and rebates. http://blog.nj.com/njv_paul_mulshine…_lied_abo.html
c. Did you see the video where President Barak Obama lies 7 times in just two minutes? It wasn?t easy, but he did it! Look what former Atlantic City bar and restaurant owner Mickie McNesby just sent me from his new home in Tucson, Arizona: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UErR7i2onW0
d. Finally, here?s an interesting e-mail I got last Thursday from one of our members in Millville: Less than an hour ago, I had a return phone call from Frank LoBiondo . . . He called back and said that he would not be supporting any of the Health Reform bills. I said that was good, but that I was disappointed in his vote on Cap & Trade. He replied (approximate words) ‘I might have made a mistake on that one. I was thinking more about the interests of my district than about the country.’ He further said that if or when the bill comes back to he House from the president, he would now vote against it.? What do you make of this?
“Liberty and Prosperity 1776, Inc. is a non-profit, education organization. We are registered and recognized by both the State of New Jersey and the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charity. Our mission is to learn and teach why ‘Liberty and Prosperity’, New Jersey’s motto since 1776, is still true and relevant today — and how Americans can again be free and effective citizens.”
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Seth Grossman, Executive Director, www.libertyandprosperity.org,
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