Look Up Hyperlocal, Please
Writing in the style of Jerry Green before the Assemblyman tried to start acting all statesmanlike instead of stupid, TSB chides local bloggers for not covering a meeting in Scotch Plains or weighing in on the controversy over the bad behavior of a South Carolina legislator. Excuse me, Plainfield bloggers tend to write about Plainfield, whether it be the schools, municipal government or community issues.
If TSB/JG knew the meaning of hyperlocal, it/they would have referred readers to this article in the Scotch Plains Patch blog:
This is a coherent report on a local issue in Scotch Plains, a far cry from the illogical drivel dished out by TSB/JG today.
As far as Assembly candidates being in towns other than their own, it was only recently that JG realized he represents towns in three counties, not just Plainfield. If Bo and Marty took a cue from him and stayed only in Scotch Plains, they would be following a bad example. Bo's blog roll indicates that he understands the scope of the constituency he desires to represent. Contrast it with JG's links only to his Plainfield office, his Legislative office and Plainfield's web site. Don't get around much, Jerry? At least lately somebody is posting out-of-town letters and press releases on Jerry Green's Page for him.
Oh dear, now I am going to be called a Republican again for pointing out some facts. But Jerry/TSB, maybe you are really the elephant in the room. Some people can't wait to wave the circus goodbye.