Sunday, June 6, 2010

Mr. the Math...

Governor Christie says he's not going to raise taxes...
So that means he's going to take all the State Aid away from every town in NJ and force THEM to raise taxes.
Then he can say he didn't do it, right?
Hey, Mr. Christie? Ever hear of the snowball effect? The fact that sh*t rolls down hill?
Don't even get me started on what this does to our over-taxed unemployment system. How many people went on unemployment because State Aid was cut?
Anyone got that number???

(Recent unemployment numbers aside...we can't count the one shot Census takers. Their jobs will be over in a heartbeat)

Sunday, May 23, 2010


This is Dublyn. She's been up for adoption for a while now and wishing and hoping for her forever home.
Dublyn is a 3 year old shepard jindo mix. She loves people but needs a home where she would be the only animal. She is very faithful to her owners and is fully trained in basic commands both on and off leash. Dublyn would make a perfect watchdog and companion for an active family or single owner. She is completely housebroken and is fine with being alone. As you can see he's very attentive and listens well.

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Monmouth County Freeholder

So I got my Mail in ballot in the mail the other day and as I was filling it out I thought about who I wanted for Freeholder….I only had one answer so I’m writing him in.

Vincent Solomeno

But how can I not? Mr. Solomeno is a man for the people. He's just the one we need to breathe new life into the stoddy, old Freeholder board. In a time when we need new ideas and forward thinking the same old song and dance just isn't going to cut it. I encourage everyone to say ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! and write in a man who can get things done.
Vincent Solomeno.

Friday, April 2, 2010

Illegal immigrants and our budget problems...

I think I have the solution to dealing with illegal immigrants. First of all we have to admit they are a drain on our society because they use our resources and do not pay taxes. Taxes are what support our roads, parks, schools, and all that other stuff we take for granted.
Now if every illegal who has been living in the USA for the past five years be granted citizenship and a social security number they would then become taxpayers. Think how much money that would bring into our budgets?
Regarding our weak social security issue...only let them collect the amount they've paid into it. That way they won't drain that system either.
Since we all came from immigrants I think we need to give these people a chance. And if it helps balance the budget...kool!

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Vincent Solomeno for Freeholder

Vincent Solomeno packed the house Saturday morning to kick off his campaign for the nomination for Freeholder. Democratic Chairmen from across the Bayshore area came out to show their support and enjoy a complimentary breakfast. Congressman Palone dropped by to give his support to Vincent and meet with the crowd.
At age 14 Vincent walked into a township meeting and demanded the committee do something about the potholes that were taking over his town. He also voiced concern over the inflated taxes. The township committee men didn’t take him seriously and laughed.
But Vincent didn’t give up. He showed his determination to get things done. He contacted the right people and formed a committee for change in that town.
The men on the committee who laughed at him then aren’t laughing any more. Vincent went on to become a First Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Reserve, a recipient of the Harry S. Truman Scholarship and the J.William Fulbright Fellowship, he has a B.S. in Political Science from the University of Scranton and earned his M.A. in European Studies from the University of Amsterdam. He’s worked as a Truman Summer Fellow in Washington D.C for Congressman Palone where he specialized in Health care and food safety issues.
Whew! Who’s laughing now boys?
Vincent Solomeno is a force to be reckoned with and he’s ready to bring that energy to Freehold.
And this is just what Freehold needs, a man who knows how to get things done and doesn’t back down. We need a man like Vincent Solomeno to shake out the cobwebs and bring fresh ideas to Monmouth County. Check him out at

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Your tax dollars at a tweet...

For a man who is going on and on about cutting spending our new Governor, Chris Christie, has decided to throw $60,000 a year away on having someone maintain his Face Book and Twitter accounts.
Does this guy really need a social networking site? After all the state has it's own website already and he could definitely put an update page there if he really felt the overwhelming need to reach out. Plus he has a whole office that handles his communications.
Remember every time the $60,000-twitter-twit is logging on to put up his one-liners or play with Governor's Face Book it's using more bandwith...which comes from the tax payer's pockets. OUch! Are the Tweets and Face Book updates really necessary? Are these things for anything but his own personal gain? And to waste $60,000+ of our tax dollars on promoting himself is outrageous!
Come on Christie...if you really want to tweet do so at your own expense and on your own time just like the rest of us.
Every one is cutting back, laying off and tightening their belts. Christie talks about cutting waste but I guess that doesn't mean his own.
If this annoys you write to the Governor and tell him it was a real bozo move and you DON'T want your tax dollars wasted this way. Or better yet, flood his Twitter account and Face Book.

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Hey New Jersey!

Monmouth County Freeholders need a makeover. After all this time with the same old brains we need a breath of fresh air. Vincent Solomeno is the man for the job. He has great ideas and the drive to put them into action.
Check out his message: