Tuesday, March 02, 2010

CD 6 and 12 Update

The Jersey Shore Tea Party Patriots had a full house at their Meet the Candidates night in Ocean Township yesterday evening.

Chris Fotache at Right In Jersey summarizes the candidates performances.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Art, it is interesting how eagerly you post this "analysis" written by a hardened Halfacre partisan who has donated $2000 to the failing project and spams up the internet daily with drivel on multiple websites he runs dedicated to the Halfacre campaign. And you don't want your Blog to be "used" by the candidates? What a farce.

Anonymous said...

Waaahhhhhhh.....

Chris said...

It's not an analysis, it's a report. And sorry for donating $2,000 to the failing Halfacre project. If I were a smart investor, I should've donated $2,000 to the successful Chuck Schumer campaign, like your boy Scott, huh? And since you mention "multiple websites dedicated to the Halfacre campaign", why don't you mention them? As for accusing ME of "spamming up the Internet", maybe you should count your posts. Well, at least I try to make them sound different, while you just copy&paste your messages without making make any efforts to say something new. :-)

Anonymous said...

Are you sure that Chris is a Republican?

Sipprelle said that he had recently founded a bank in Princeton that now had 50 employees and had made $200 million in loans to the community.

Chris thinks that is inferior to being a mayor of a town of less than 6000?

I think most Republicans are pretty clear that the answer for our country is more private sector jobs and less government.

Chris, I think Obama and Pelosi would probably give you a big hug.

Also an Insider said...

I think that Scott needs to come clean with his Morgan Stanley history. Someone needs to tell the truth, enough of this "White Night" stuff.

Sipprelle is a vengeful, spoiled brat, and the way he went after the CEO of Morgan Stanley shows what an "insider" he is.

He and his brother the junk bond king are examples of what went wrong on Wall Street and nothing else. He has no place in Congress.

Anonymous said...

When is someone going to ask Sipprelle about his finances?

Follow the money...Bailout Boy is unelectable

Anonymous said...

Joe Lieberman just introduced more Cap and Tax legislation....Sipprelle donated to Leiberman while working for himself in 2005...did his "boss make him do it"?

That makes something like six out of seven Dems Sipprelle supported, now support job-killing, tax increasing, industry extinguishing legislation.

Sipprelle has told us that his donations to Dems in 2009 were to influence votes on Health Insurance, etc. The question remains, influence votes in which direction?

Anonymous said...

Leave Scott alone, he's not that bad with donations! At least not as bad as his brother (who's accompanying him to most events) who contributed MOSTLY to Democrats like Lautenberg or Al Gore.

Anonymous said...

Sipprelle came off like an nagry little man last night. Not a good performance. Seems he has a bit of Napoleon in him. Unfortunate.

Anonymous said...

The "Whineacres" are at it again. They never let the facts get in the way of a blog post.

If you want the facts, blog readers, read the NY Post article from April 3, 2005, "Morgan Stanley Dreads Scott", and you decide.

Guys, you really have mastered the smear stuff out of the democratic playbook and are obviously proud of it. You'll be working for Holt next I expect.

Anonymous said...

Sipprelle doesn't have to be smeared, he is smearing himself. He now wants a Government "super regulator" to control the financial markets (read his latest "issues" entry on his website). A market mega-czar! This guy is running for the wrong position, in this 12th district, he should aim for a cabinet position, or an economic advisor to the President!

Anonymous said...

Wow! The wheels must really be coming off at Halfacre headquarters with the Handlin endorsement in Monmouth county.

Now they are running against Sipprelle's family... any comments about his mother gentlemen?

Anonymous said...

Interesting that the Handlin endorsement specifically noted Sipprelle's positive campaign.

Obviously, folks who count are watching the negative stuff from the Halfacre camp and aren't impressed.

Anonymous said...

Holy crap! From the read of these comments from purported Halfacre supporters I fear not just for the future of the Republican Party, but for the Republic itself. For "Republicans" you exhibit an appalling lack of understanding for how our financial system and economy work, intense anger and envy for a succesful entrepreneur, and more generally seem filled with intollerance and hate. Abe Lincoln would must be turning in his grave. How about treating your fellow Republicans with some respect and decency and directing your (hopefully reasoned and principled) attacks on the Democrats who are running this great country into the wall?

Anonymous said...

I agree Halfacre has been running a negative campaign.

Thw problem is negative campaigns usually wotrk

Anonymous said...

Artie,

your in a tough spot. You gotta stick with your mayor through the primary. Its going to be nasty and personal...What haappens after the primary when she loses and the county party is mad at you?

Tough spot. You should consider hiring Jim Purcell.

TJ Smith

Kids, please! said...

12 is going downhill, fast, folks: WAY too acrimonious in the part of the distict that they need to win.. Holt's lickin' his chops and thanking his socialist stars as you guys lose sight of the goal.. sad, our own worst enemy, once again.. as for 6, can't wait to see the seasoned, but poor vote-getter, vs. the wealthy and nice, but clueless opponent!!.. PLEASE don't let Frank off the hook, again!!