Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Taking a Break

Glass beads make a rainbow on the street.

This writer will be in contemplative mode for a couple of days.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would like to take this time to congratulate some of the bloggers who are finally starting to see through Dan Damon and the way he operates. He’s always been the man behind the scenes working with the New Democrats. It’s time someone pulled the sheet off of him. On the front page of the Courier, I’m reading how the Assemblyman has stood up to Solaris and the games they’ve played with the City, and how all the other surrounding towns have PUBLICLY endorsed what the Assemblyman and the City are doing. I’m anxious to see now what Dan Damon and the Republicans who’ve from day one, in working with Solaris, blamed the Assemblyman and the Mayor for the closing of Muhlenberg.

My understanding is that Mapp’s whole campaign was going to be working with Solaris to blame the Assemblyman and the Mayor for the closure of Muhlenberg. Now that the Pension bill has been passed, taxes will not be raised, people are talking about the great job the City has done with law enforcement, and now with Solaris possibly losing $170 million for the disrespect they’ve shown to the city of Plainfield, the public needs to know what other plans Adrian Mapp has in mind in trying to destroy this city.

I’d like to quote the councilman from Scotch Plains, “I totally support what the Assemblyman is doing for Plainfield.” Wake up Plainfield and recognize we have a leader who stands up and fights for Plainfield.

Adrian and Dan, we are eagerly awaiting your response as to the particulars of what you have done for our Queen City…

10:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To 10:26am - Does it bother you at all that the Mayor is on the board of Muhlebgurg, and had no idea this was coming?

5:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It bothers me quite a bit that the five Plainfielders on the Muhlenberg Board (all 2nd Ward residents) approved closing our hospital, and I wonder if our previous mayor had "any idea"--after all, the chairman of the Muhlenberg Board was an official in the previous city administration.

5:35 PM  

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