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Old 05-17-2013, 08:54 PM   #11
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As the saying goes,"kiss your girlfriend where it stinks,take her to Jersey"!

I once owned a home in Demarest NJ,I dumped it as I felt I didn't belong there,talk about pink fingered snobs,and me being stuck smack dab in the middle I was!

Not funny I spent big bucks for that dump,and took a beating when I sold it.

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I can only hope that NJ citizens see this video clip and choose to rectify the situation with their votes.
Fagetaboutit the people as we are,are outnumbered by pinkos in NJ.
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What a disgrace! But what were the people clapping about? For removing him or for his attempt at exercising the First Amendment?
They were applauding him. Several minutes later as others were ejected for speaking out Frank Fiamingo stood and lead the room in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. He was ejected as well.

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As the saying goes,"kiss your girlfriend where it stinks,take her to Jersey"!

I once owned a home in Demarest NJ,I dumped it as I felt I didn't belong there,talk about pink fingered snobs,and me being stuck smack dab in the middle I was!

Not funny I spent big bucks for that dump,and took a beating when I sold it.
I was born in demerest, nj ... I grew up all around bergen co. Then moved to the hudson valley. When I moved out here to washington I always told people I missed "home".
Then I started following politics and realised that socialism is running rampant out there. For the first time I am glad to live in washington.
I live in an area were carying a gun is more common place than not carying. And we dont have a big crime problem like they have back east.
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I was born in demerest, nj ... I grew up all around bergen co. Then moved to the hudson valley. When I moved out here to washington I always told people I missed "home".
Then I started following politics and realised that socialism is running rampant out there. For the first time I am glad to live in washington.
I live in an area were carying a gun is more common place than not carying. And we dont have a big crime problem like they have back east.
movekwik2002,My expensive dump was,101 Hardenburgh Avenue Demarest NJ,the only home on it's own hill,I never raked the leaves,I just let the wind blow them on other peoples property,yes I was a popular man about Town in 1970!

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movekwik2002,My expensive dump was,101 Hardenburgh Avenue Demarest NJ,the only home on it's own hill,I never raked the leaves,I just let the wind blow them on other peoples property,yes I was a popular man about Town in 1970!

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Thats funny cause I was born inb1974
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Really sad....sadder yet, I think they're winning..or closing in fast.

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Really sad....sadder yet, I think they're winning..or closing in fast.
They may be winning the battles but they are taking their lumps along the way. We still have a Rep Gov looking at a national office who cannot risk the stink of gun control. Many of the NJ grabbers are also facing opponents in their reelection bids for the first time and they are not happy about it. Time will tell... If they keep shooting people in Trenton despite all the "gun violence" reducing laws our message that these laws actually create more victims may get some attention.
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The worst cancer to hit Jersey was Frank Lautenberg.

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Thats funny cause I was born inb1974
Not funny,I purchased the dump in 69 with my mustering out pay and a GI loan,with my Wife's idea in the lead of it all,one of toes OH Honey lets.
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