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Oh, dear! As a lifelong registered Democrat and supporter of Hoboken's first Lady mayor (and first Jewish one), GA has become increasingly concerned about big problems ahead for (potentially) America's first lady president!
So, let's say your shoe were headed for a steaming pile of dog doo, wouldn't you want someone to tap you on the shoulder and say, "Hey, don't step there!"
That is what GA would like to do.
Hillary, imagine what the local and/or national media would do with this? Before FOX News operatives embarrass you, GA would like to say, "Hey, don't step there!"
There is more.
The 2012 The Nazi Truck was not the first time Beth Mason introduced a 1935 poster of "Triumph of the Will," with a swastika (digitized by GA) into Hoboken politics.
There are many examples in the public record.
Here is one: a newsletter to constituents.
Mason's "Dear Neighbor" newsletter, "Pincus Letter.doc" was (according to document properties) created on Novmber 4, 2010 at 10:26 AM, and saved at 5:37 PM.
According to the email it was attached to, the Nazi poster newsletter was "put together" by Beth Mason's personal attorney and her chief political operative.
It is a matter of public interest and public concern that viable national candidates do not soil their campaigns with ELECTED OFFICIALS who have used Nazi era Movie posters emblazoned with swastikas to attack political opponents.
Please Hillary, keep your shoes clean.