According to WPTV-5, “[a]gents served a search warrant at Dr. Salomon Melgen’s office in the 2500 block of Metro Centre Blvd. They have taped off the office’s parking lot, and several boxes were seen stacked outside.”
Bob Menendez (D-Dominican Republic NJ) is a hopeless leftist, Save Jerseyans, and Jeff Chiesa isn’t facing reelection.
Still, these senators and their staffs talk to one another.
Let’s keep their phone lines good and busy ahead of tomorrow’s cloture vote! The stakes couldn’t be higher. It’s worth a shot to fight for the future of your family, your friends, your neighbors, your doctors, and your own bottom line.
The Obama Administration clearly favors a Middle Eastern foreign policy whereby the U.S. supports supplanting evil yet stable dictators with radical Islamic regimes, Save Jerseyans.
Unbelievably, our own state’s congressional delegation isn’t so sure. Sen. Bob Menendez (D-Dominican Republic) is definitely voting for a strike (we already know how much he loves foreign entanglements); Rep. Rush Holt (D-12) is definitely voting NAY, and Scott Garrett is reportedly leaning in that direction as well. However, according to The Washington Post, New Jersey’s eleven other congressmen (including Sen. Jeff Chiesa) are reportedly undecided or simply declining to comment altogether on a pending resolution to authorize military action against Syria. I’ve been unable to garner any additional info as of Noon Tuesday.
Let’s get busy. Take a quick moment out of the afternoon to let YOUR representatives know that, in your considered opinion, the definition of insanity is Obama, Kerry, McCain & Co. demanding that American soldiers, sailors, marines and airmen die for Al-Qaeda in Syria, and that you will be voting accordingly next November (h/t ContactingtheCongress.org):
Congressman Frank Pallone, the self-described author of Obamacare, along with his fraternity of political elitists, despite fierce opposition from a plurality of voters, hoisted the burden of Obamacare onto the shoulders of the American family. It has resulted in fulltime workers having their hours reduced, which has meant the loss of healthcare benefits for people that work in various service-oriented industries like retail and customer service. It has resulted in a nationwide spike in health insurance costs as well. Forbes estimates that the price burden on American families will vary between 34 and 80%, depending on the size of the family and the location.
It seems that Congressman Pallone and the Democratic Party are always in a rush to push more and more unvetted and unread laws into effect. The public was never given access to find out what was in the 2,400-page Obamacare law until Barack Obama signed it into law; nonetheless, many promises were made to placate our justified concerns. Pallone promised lower medical costs and more access to healthcare and all of his pledges have been proven false.
The NY Post was out this morning with fresh allegations lodged against New Jersey’s senior U.S. Senator, Bob Menendez. You can click here to read’em yourself at their website. This latest story has all the requisite elements of a Washington scandal: the powerful man, the married woman, and the “ethical” implications.
I know; I hear you. You’re saying “again???” and wondering what to believe. I’ve got two working theories about New Jersey’s scandal-plagued congressman, Save Jerseyans:
(1) Manure attracts flies, Save Jerseyans. Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. Pick your favorite! They all mean the same thing. Generally, when many people are alleging that you’ve got a dark side over an extended period of time, then chances are that there’s at least something behind it all. Menendez has been in the news for years owing to one purported misstep or another. Who knows if the most recent allegations hold water? What can be said of a man who attracts this type of negative attention to his state on a consistent basis? You never heard this kind of stuff about Bill Bradley or Frank Lautenberg…
(2) And then there’s the conspiracy theory. You all know I’d be the last one to defend this creep but still, while the concerns regarding the financing for Menendez’s flights to the Dominican Republic appear substantial, it now appears that the prostitution allegations may’ve been fabricated according to the authorities. Does someone have it out for Menendez? It is awfully odd that all of this stuff is coming to the surface right around the time that he ascended to the chairmanship of the foreign relations committee. I’m not saying he’s a good guy. I’m not dismissing all of the claims published by major publications outright. I am saying that each allegation needs to be viewed with extreme scrutiny since the prostitution allegations apparently fell through in spectacular fashion.
So what’s the truth?
The one thing I’m sure about is that we’re likely to find out between now and when Hudson Bob’s up for reelection again in 2018. Whether New Jersey’s voters give a damn is another consideration altogether, and one that I’m decidedly less optimistic about.
The boardwalk’s reconstruction began on Jan. 9. It required more than a half million screws, Mayor Matt Doherty said.
“I never thought I’d be so happy about a half million screws,” said Menendez, who noted Belmar plays a special role in the lives of the state’s residents. “We have preserved that New Jersey birthright.”