|"Chris Campos likes this!"|
Remember the famous John Kerry flip-flop: "I actually did vote for the $87 billion before I voted against it."
In fact, that was true.
In 2002, Kerry voted FOR the use of force in Iraq, then in 2003 voted AGAINST an $87 billion dollar supplemental (war) funding bill, then voted FOR an alternative $87 billion dollar bill funded from President Bush's tax cuts. Phew! He really was for and against it at the same time, sort of.
Politicians will often claim to be FOR and AGAINST the same thing, depending upon their audience or the season.
GA was reminded of that in this week's Hoboken Reporter:
“I would ask anyone who I may have offended with my comments to forgive me for not making my points a little clearer,” she wrote.Chris Campos! He's the fellow who gave HHA Resident Advisory Board/Tenant Association representative Sigsby Cheatham a "thumbs up" for his Facebook comment noting the story Cheatham is writing about "the so-called chosen people, the Jews!"
In an interview this past week, Waiters denied being anti-Semitic, saying that she didn’t even know how to pronounce the word. However, she also took back the letter.
Waiters said that the letter had been drafted by Chris Campos, another Garcia aide and a former Hoboken councilman, and that she was “a little bit ashamed” by it.
Thumbs up for Sigsby! Hooray!
Curious that the Sigsby's "thumbs-up" guy, drafted Waiters' apology letter for her "so-called" anti-Semitic remarks at the HHA.
He was FOR it, before he was AGAINST it.
See? Politicians change their minds ALL the time. Thumbs up, thumbs down. GA is still puzzling over why Mom served us Alpo fritters and walked us three times a day. Won't somebody scratch my belly?