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mroop  Jan 15, 2016 • 5:34:35pm

Lots of white trash and corruption in Bayonne. The prosecutor got her job because her daddy gives lots of money to politicians and she didn’t know what she was doing until she got fired over this:

I had a client who came to court with his mom and mom told me that she had spoken to the new prosecutor and the judge that day about the case. Needless to say I got a killer deal.

Great White Snark  Jan 15, 2016 • 5:35:22pm
Uh-huh, if this grassroots movement is all about the traffic & noise and not religion, then why the reference to 9/11?

That moment when the thinnest veil of all slips away… Transparent as museum glass. Real commuter hell they got on that dead end street.///

theheat  Jan 16, 2016 • 6:55:01pm

I went to the website, and it appears that sad sack building in need of an upgrade lies on either a dead end street or otherwise removed cul-de-sac area. As a resident, I would be pleased as punch all the traffic would be directed somewhere other than directly down the middle of a residential street, whether it was a mosque or a church or whatever. You know, all the benefits of accessibility, without being in the middle of everything. Seems perfect.

If this was really about traffic concerns there would be zero reason to invite two inflammatory people like Trump and Geller, nor would you be seeing 9/11 signs that read “REMEMBER.” (Remember what? That these particular Jersey Muslims caused 9/11? Uh, not.) No, this is about anger and shaming.

And a soup kitchen? I don’t know the neighborhood, but it seems any kind of support like that is a positive thing for the community. If these Jersey Muslim devils wanted to be all stealthy and sneaky, and doing all their subversive stuff, WTF would they bother with the gesture of anything as public as a soup kitchen?

I don’t know why people don’t ask themselves even the most basic questions, except the answers tend to make them look foolish and assholish.

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