Thursday, November 1, 2007

DICK CODEY STRUGGLING FOR VOTES?

What does State Senate President and former Governor Dick Codey do when he finds himself with some free time? He throws tons of campaign cash from his committee coffers at Democrats around the state of course, but now that he’s confident his party will pick up seats in the Upper House, Codey spends the little idle time he has calling Republicans. Specifically, he calls Republicans in Essex Fells and asks them to vote for him. The last census figures put the tiny Essex County town’s population at 2,162. Essex Fells is 97% white. Why is Codey calling Republicans in this town? He says Essex Fells has never voted Democrat, never, ever. You get the point. Essex Fells, which is in Codey’s legislative district, has voted for a Republican mayor in every election since in was established as a borough in 1902. Codey of course is a Democrat. His party controls the Senate, Assembly and the Governor’s Office. Codey is all but certain (as certain as possible) to win re-election and the rumor mill has it that his campaign funding generosity has secured enough votes to guarantee he’ll be Senate Prez for another term. Evidently, when everything is going your way, you’ve got to find a cause somewhere and for Codey its Essex Fells. The basketball fanatic even skipped the Nets season opener last night to dial up GOP residents of Essex Fells.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Codey the Phony; He Must go, too
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NJ Taxpayers,
We must vote out ALL incumbents (Get Rid Of Incumbent Politicians = GRIP) and vote NO on all public questions. If you don't vote NO on ALL ballot questions, be prepared to pay higher property taxes; a higher sales tax; higher tolls; higher gas tax; and kiss your homestead rebate goodbye. The state has a deep budget deficit. Borrowing money is NOT the answer. It's time for a change in NJ politics. Spread the word. Tell your family members, friends, neighbors and co-workers about GRIP, and to vote no on all ballot questions.
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Dave Johnson, Atlantic City
njcitizensagainst00@yahoo.com
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For more information:
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NEW JERSEY'S TAXES ARE HIGH ENOUGH
STOP HIGHER TAXES -- VOTE NO ON BALLOT QUESTIONS
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH. POLLS OPEN 6 am to 8 pm.
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Steve Lonegan
AFP-NJ, Executive Director

CalperniaUSA said...

With the voter registration "legacy" system now purged, the inspiration from NJ101.5 G.R.I.P initiative and the feet on the ground work done by Americans for Prosperity, I really thought we would make more of a difference this election.

Thank you all for the work. I'm at a loss now as to what else we can do.

Anonymous said...

Why did Codey dump his running mate in the last election and let him keep his position as mayor. As Codey preaches the Assemblyman was not proven guilty. The two Senators are in the same boat and trying to swim back to the shore.

Anonymous said...

I can't afford paying higher taxes. I will be losing my house because of the goverment. IS THAT THE AMERICAN WAY.. I worked my ass off as asingle mom. and NOW THE GOVERMENT IS MAKING ME LOSE IT.. HUMMMMMM..SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT. i CAN NOT AFFORD A VACATION BUT I BET CORZINE AND CODEY CAN..
HELP ME NOW.........OR GET OUT,,