WyBlog, the best thing about New Jersey since the invention of the 24 hour diner.
The nine most terrifying words in the English language are "I'm from the government and I'm here to help." - Ronald Reagan
CH 2.0 Info Center
The Jersey Report
Labor Union Report
Net Right Nation
The Patriot Post Newsletter
Victor Davis Hanson
J! E! T! S! Jets! Jets! Jets!
NJ.com Caldwell Forum
The Caldwells Patch
The Jersey Tomato Press
Technorati is indexing me again! They had to make a code change to fix the problem with my blog getting stuck in their queue. Kudos to Eric M. and the guys at GetSatisfaction.com where they have "community powered support for Technorati".
Well, they're "sorta, kinda" indexing me anyway. It's on a 24 hour tape delay or something. So I never get picked up by Memeorandum because they pull from Technorati and Technorati has stuff I posted yesterday listed as my latest blog entry. And that's old news to Memeorandum.
"This site contains copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. It is being made available in an effort to advance the understanding of environmental, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, social issues, etc. It is believed that this constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit for research and educational purposes."
#VRWC Twitter feed:
The day New Jersey instituted the position of Lieutenant Governor pretty much sealed Dick Codey's political fate. As former president of the State Senate, he was next in the gubernatorial succession line. "Acting Governor" was the state constitution's term. And there was Dick, always waiting in the wings, until the day Jim I-am-a-gay-American McGreevey dumped his job, wife, and kids for a boy-toy back in 2004. Codey milked that fiasco for all it was worth, and he's been flirting with a run for the governor's mansion ever since.
But now, with Chris Christie's popularity riding higher than ever, Dick sees the writing on the wall — running for governor is a lot harder than falling into the job. And so he'll sit this election out.
After months of speculation, state Sen. Richard Codey told The Star-Ledger this morning he will not run for governor.
Which is actually bad news for me and the town of Caldwell. Why? Because Codey recently moved his funeral home business here, and he often spends his days hanging around town hall sniffing for trouble and sticking his nose into township affairs. All in the name of trying to "help," of course. As in, helping to oust the current Republican mayor and council so he can replace them with Democrats loyal to him.
So yeah, it's fun to watch the mighty fall. But it sucks when they fall on me.
|Previous: Hey smokers, has anyone told you about Obamacare's 50% insurance premium surcharge yet?||Next: My heart bleeds: Senators whine "No Budget, No Pay" is unfair to their family budgets|