Monday, April 28, 2014

Hoboken Reporter: "Mrs. Mason Goes to Washington"

Thank goodness for The Hoboken Reporter!

Now all of Hoboken knows about 2nd Ward Councilwoman Beth Mason's busy week in Washington D.C.! 

First on Mrs. Mason's schedule was lunch at the White House.  


On the menu was peanut butter and jelly, fresh fruit and Twinkies.

Mrs. Mason slept overnight on the White House lawn.


While President Obama and met privately with Mayor Dawn Zimmer and top Hoboken officials in the Oval Office to discuss flooding initiatives and the future of low-income housing in Hoboken,  Mrs. Mason climbed the White House fence.

White House Security was called to assist police in arresting Mrs. Mason. According to one officer, she was cooperative so it was not necessary to club her.



“This is about justice, said Mason last week. “Women tend to live longer than men, and so accumulated salary over a course of a woman’s professional life is an important thing.”

Mrs. Mason was placed in a cell where she brushed shoulders with five prostitutes and a crack whore. 

“This was a great experience for me..."  she said on Wednesday.

 Mason is a heavy player in the New Jersey and national Democratic Parties, and she and her husband have donated considerable amounts of money to various candidates and the party itself.

Shortly, she and her husband may donate considerable amounts of money to the New Jersey  State Treasury in millions of dollars in ELEC fines for campaign violations in her 2009 and 2011 Hoboken campaigns.

"I support Hoboken’s congressional representatives efforts to overcome misguided Republican opposition in order to pass this bill,” Mason told her cell mates.

"Somebody shut the bitch up" one of them complained.

Always one to enjoy the trip, Mason didn’t leave Washington empty-handed.

“I got some napkins with the president’s seal,” she said.

12 comments:

  1. Who selected Beth Mason to go to Washington and represent Hoboken in a meeting about transportation and infrastructure?? Um...no one. She went down on her own for a fundraiser (Clinton! Gabby Giffords!!) to had out some of her husband's cash in hopes of "securing" her next political position, and attends this business council meeting under no authority that I know of from the city. What does she know about transportation (other than towncar limos) and infrastructure (the person who voted down funds to repave Washington St and didn't lift a minute to stop overdevelopment in her ward)?

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  2. Did dave ungers lips needed surgical removal from mason's ass?

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    1. Unger's too busy fellating her checkbook.

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  3. If Beth waited for "someone" to select her she would still be in Hoboken. I guess those in the White House or the Capital don't know how toxic she is. But, I'll bet they love her checkbook!

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  4. Nice of Beth to go to DC and personally throw in the towel on Monarch, telling whoever was listening, Monarch likely "will happen." She hasn't burned one calorie fighting it, and now she tells our representatives not to bother.

    Could she suck any more than she does as a representative of her ward, Hoboken or anything you can name?

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  5. It's nice to know that ad space and press release can get you endless coverage in the local "press." Seriously, the JJ posted this story last week, the HR comes out and the JJ simply "reposts" the same story. Sloppy and lazy "journalism"

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  6. "...to discuss flooding initiatives and the future of low-income housing in Hoboken..." from your blog to some actual action.....Love the parody, G.A., but can't help but remark on this as the HFHA has been strongly requesting that the Mayor take some steps...any steps... even little steps... to deal with the affordable housing crisis in Hoboken (with lots of suggestions.) Thus far, deaf ears, lip service and no avail.

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    1. Well perhaps that is because the very problem you are trying to "solve" is caused by some of the solutions you are peddling? You don't see housing prices so high and vacancy rates so low in unregulated housing markets.

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    2. Regardless of whatever the suggestions, the POINT of the comment was that the parody would have been well-served if the sentence read: "...to discuss flooding initiatives (hard stop.)

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    3. Affordable housing crisis in hoboken? You've gotta be kidding. I'll bet Hoboken has more below market housing per capita than any other city in New Jersey. The only "crisis" is that the paid for vote needs more vote sellers to keep up with the growth in the number of hobokenites who vote with an understanding of issues.

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    4. Hi, Indie. The piece is interspersed with verbatim excerpts from the HR article- including one I lifted: "to discuss (anti-) flooding initiatives and the future of low-income housing in Hoboken" (I believe BM was referring to Vision 20/20).

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    5. Thanks GA - I missed that...I"ll also ignore the anonymous commenter, no reason to take the bait as no one could accuse me of having anything to do w/the paid for vote....other than standing against it. (special shout out to MSV who testified for us!)

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