Wednesday, July 27, 2016

What was cropped out of the photo?



While all eyes are turned on Philadelphia this week, it's reassuring to know its business-as-usual for one New Jersey politician, his supporters and a social-climbing parasite.

In this case, every rung of the social ladder is plastered with Benjamins.


How many Benjamins?

GA has the exclusive missing half of the photo former Hoboken Councilwoman Beth Mason posted on Facebook of her dinner with NJ Senators Sweeney,  Weinberg and Cunningham.

A GA exclusive!




14 comments:

  1. You are obsessed with Mason. It is very disturbing and unhealthy. Seek therapy.

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    1. Nitwit. How would you feel if the Masons and their "team" spent as much time, effort and money to silence you as they have GA?

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    2. Four years and counting. Legal costs exceeding seven figures for all of the attorneys involved. Bajardis facing a 276k judgment. Whatever GA wants to do is fine by me. Maybe she should just light up a newspaper full of dog crap left on the mausoleum's front door and ring the bell.

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    3. The public may soon learn how expensive Mason's obsession with silencing Hoboken Reform political speech really was. Stay tuned.

      In America, citizens have the right to criticize their government, as well as public figures who aspire to a role in government. Any elected official who underwrites SLAPP suits against constituents and/or other members of the public is a matter of public interest and public concern. So stick that up your ass.

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    4. Hector Torres JunyaJuly 28, 2016 at 7:55 AM

      My dad, Hector Torres Sr. always said in Hoboken politics has a way of sneaking up and biting you in the ass.

      Dad said if you sell out and many did in Hoboken, don't think it won't all come out in the wash. This laundromat features TurboWash greenback scrubbing!

      Rub-a-dub-dub!

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    5. Someone should have told Mason: "You are obsessed with GA. It is very disturbing and unhealthy. Seek therapy."

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    1. FishyBusinessPartnersJuly 27, 2016 at 6:32 PM

      Go wash some glasses at the skank bar- fat ass

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    2. Yes, she did testify under oath. That and a bus ticket will get you to Penn Station.

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    3. "Mason testified." Good one.

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    4. Hey moron loser that was deleted. A flaming newspaper full of dog crap on someone's doorstep is not a threat - it is one of the oldest Halloween gags known. I would have thought by now the minions and political operatives that surrounded Mason would have gotten it that such empty and legally baseless threats to silence speech lead nowhere and boomerang on those who do her bidding. Watch out all of you - the SLAPP back is coming, and it is coming for you. Your threats are just adding additional counts to the complaint. And I doubt that GA will stand in the way of a subpoena for your identity.

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  3. Now that she's totally irrelevant in local, state and national politics, what is the wedge she uses to insinuate herself into any political arena? Anyone with access to google would realize that a donation alone form Ricky and Beth Mason would not be worth it in the long run.

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    1. That Nazi Truck would make some headlines statewide for Sweeny. The Clinton people were not impressed.

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    2. Clinton's people really got an eyeful of the notorious Nazi Truck- the first time swastikas were used in a Hoboken political campaign (2012) to attack a Beth Mason critic, while CONCURRENTLY "allegedly" underwriting a SLAPP suit against 2 dozen political critics, in a crazed legal fishing expedition to find out their identities in an undemocratic, anti-First Amendment effort to silence them?

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