Saturday, April 18, 2015

"Try this on for size"

ding-a-ling!

At 4:19 PM on December 16, 2010, Lane "not a political operative" Bajardi writes a statement for Councilman Tim Occhipinti, and instructs him to send it to "Ray" as in Ray Smith of the The Hoboken Reporter...  oh no, he's NOT a political operative. 

At 4:56 PM Lane Bajardi forwards the draft statement to Beth Mason and her "business partner" James Barracato.

At 5:38 PM Beth Mason replies to political operatives Lane "not an operative" Bajardi and James Barracato.

10 comments:

  1. An Email a Day keeps the Minions at Bay!

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  3. Wait, Tim didn't "write his own stuff"?

    Question. Why does Lane need to show Beth a statement he has written for Occhipinti? Why does Beth have input into Occhipinti's statement?

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    1. That's a wheel-ly good question.

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    2. Sit Timmy, Stay Timmy. Speak Timmy.

      Good boy.

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  4. Is there any other Hudson County municipality whose council members need people to write their stuff or just Hoboken?

    Does any other HC municipality have the mommy of a sitting councilman direct him and other council members on what to do at meetings or just Hoboken?

    No wonder everyone laughs at us.

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  5. An independent voice for the 4th wardApril 18, 2015 at 7:01 PM

    Doesn't even have control over a simple statement that he's too dumb to write for himself. No wonder he's 40 and still working on a helpdesk.

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  6. do any of the reform council people have teams of people "writing their own stuff" or generally working the press for them day and night??? from what i've seen, the reformers have careers and families and lives in addition to their civic duties, all of which make them more well-rounded, open-minded, grounded and normal compared to these team mason nitwits and OG grifters.

    at the risk of generalizing wildly: reformers just seem to be nicer, better, more honest people.

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    1. Bottom line: reform council members are in it for what's best for moving Hoboken forward, the Council of No are in it for what's best for them and their cronies.

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