More on Nancy Pincus` hateful imagery

11/29/2010 Update:

Hoboken Rabbi speaks out on the Pincus affair

Rabbi Robert Scheinberg of the United Synagogue of Hoboken is weighing in on Zoning Board Member Nancy Pincus’ use of Nazi imagery to attack council members Beth Mason and Tim Occhipinti.

“Like many, I was distressed by controversial artwork that introduced an unnecessary and painful resonance of Nazi-era politics into local Hoboken politics. Such imagery and rhetoric implicitly compares people today, in the relatively minor struggles of Hoboken politics, to an ultimate example of evil of our times, thereby trivializing the suffering of the Nazis’ victims. I am glad that the artist has apologized for her poor judgment. Now it is time to move on.

The most sensitive events of the last century are entirely irrelevant to the critical issues that face Hoboken today. It is unwise and hurtful to invoke them, or the reaction to them, for rhetorical purposes or political gain. Hoboken is better off when the conversation stays focused on the substance of issues, rather than on issues of rhetoric.”

– Rabbi Scheinberg

Rabbi Scheinberg asked that his comment be reprinted only in its entirety. Hoboken411 respectfully complies with that request. Rabbi Scheinberg released his statement on the Synagogue website on the eve of Thanksgiving, several days after widespread coverage of the Pincus outrage caused reaction from major organizations including the Anti-Defamation League and National Jewish Democratic Council.

See the Nazi-themed graphic that started this latest firestorm created by one of Mayor Zimmer’s most rabid supporters, after the jump.

11/19/2010 Update:

Sorry seems to be the hardest word

When is an apology not an apology? When it comes from embattled Zoning Board member Nancy Pincus.

The National Jewish Democratic Council condemned her, and other major Jewish and anti-Hate Speech organizations were reviewing the Pincus affair. Pincus claimed there was a conspiracy behind the NJDC statement and refused to apologize for anything. People who didn’t get her “art” were just too stupid for her to respond to with anything less than her usual vitriol.

Then the Anti Defamation League started knocking on her door, and the door of Mayor Dawn Zimmer. The ADL was prepared to denounce Pincus for her Nazi-themed attack on Hoboken’s first Jewish councilwoman. This would have brought in a throng of New York City reporters who have been sniffing around the story for days. Zimmer couldn’t have that, and the pressure grew on Pincus to “make this go away.”

Zimmer wants the issue gone before she gets back

Mayor Dawn Zimmer has conveniently avoided comment on the Pincus matter because she’s been down in Atlantic City all week for the League of Municipalities convention hiding from local reporters. That ends tomorrow, and Hoboken411 has learned at least two NYC TV reporters plan to be in Hoboken covering the Pincus story. A letter of condemnation from the ADL would have brought a lot more to town. Pincus did just enough to keep the ADL at bay, for now.

Pincus negotiates with ADL to avoid condemnation

To avoid being denounced again, Pincus had to offer some act of contrition to New Jersey ADL Regional Director Etzion Neuer. Hoboken411 has not spoken with Neuer, but the-not-quite-daily paper out of Jersey City reports after Neuer spoke with Pincus (and apparently informed her of the consequences should she fail to apologize) she agreed to offer a half-hearted statement.

The rub? The apology she gives doesn’t apply to Beth Mason and Tim Occhipinti, the two people she assigned Nazi imagery to.

Pincus is bragging about the fact that she offers no apology to Mason in particular, or Lane Bajardi, who first brought the Nazi-themed attack to the city council’s attention on Monday. Instead, she continues to peddle a “conspiracy theory” that Bajardi wants her seat on the Zoning Board.

“I don’t want her seat, or any seat on the Zoning Board,” says Bajardi, who adds, “This was about calling out a public official for a pattern of vile acts. The high level of sheer hatred that comes from Pincus and her associated bloggers is terribly destructive to the community.” He went on to say, “Good people can disagree with each other about government affairs without stooping to the level of placing faces on Nazi propaganda posters or in punch bowls of human excrement. Not only is it conduct unbecoming of a public official. It’s unbecoming of a human being.”

Pincus is only apologizing to people who are `genuine`

Instead of apologizing to everyone offended by her actions, Pincus has chosen to say – quote – “I did not mean to hurt anyone who’s genuine. I’m not talking about the political operatives.” To Pincus, anyone in Hoboken who does not agree with Mayor Zimmer is a “political operative” open to her ridicule and vicious attacks.

Here’s a look at the non-apology letter that got the ADL to back off.

The short version: “I’ll apologize to the ADL to get them off my back, but no apologies to the people I’ve hurt in this process, because they deserve it for daring to disagree with her lordship, Dawn Zimmer.” Keep in mind Pincus actually ratcheted up her rhetoric until the ADL came calling. That was enough for certain people close to the Mayor to say, “Enough is enough, make this go away before Dawn gets back.”

But is it enough? Hoboken411 hears there are more shoes yet to drop. See the original story and comment on the latest developments below.

11/17/2010 Update:

National Jewish Democratic Council condemns Pincus

Nazi Imagery wrong, period.

The National Jewish Democratic Council condemns Hoboken, NJ Zoning Board Member Nancy Pincus (D-NJ) for her graphic that compares Hoboken City Councilmember Beth Mason (D-NJ) to the Nazis.

Sadly, this is another example of an office holder invoking the Holocaust to attack their political opponent. While the vast majority of such examples have stemmed from today’s conservative movement and from Republican candidates, elected officials and activists, it is always wrong to engage in such rhetoric. As we have said repeatedly, comparing elected officials to the Nazis, whether perpetrated by a Republican or a Democrat, elected official or activist, is never acceptable.

Particularly striking though, is that Pincus does not seem to understand the significance of her actions:

Pincus, in a phone interview on Tuesday morning, said that the anger … expressed on Monday night wasn’t sincere, but merely politics:

“I know there’s a political operation underway to get me off the Zoning Board,” said Pincus, whose term is up in 2013.

Pincus appears to not consider Nazi comparisons offensive:

“It’s satire,” said Pincus. “The only people who are offended, are those who want to be offended.”

Pincus’ graphic is not mere satire, and such comparisons are always wrong. Period.

11/16/2010:

Nazi graphic from Zoning Board Member goes too far

Embattled Hoboken Zoning Board member Nancy Pincus was criticized by her own city council allies last night for using Nazi imagery to attack council members Beth Mason and Tim Occhipinti. Pincus has her own little-read blog where she attacks people who criticize Mayor Dawn Zimmer and her allies. She also contributes Photoshopped political attacks to other blogs set up to parrot the Zimmer Administration party line. You may recall how Pincus placed candidates who opposed Kids First in a punch bowl full of human excrement last spring.

Pincus: fecal soup first, fascist imagery next

Pincus churns out daily doses of offensive material, but none more disturbing then her effort to take the 1934 Nazi propaganda film poster for “Triumph of the Will” (starring Adolf Hitler) and conform it to modern day Hoboken with images of Mason and Occhipinti.

Pincus has close connections to Mayor Dawn Zimmer. She designed some of Mike Lenz’s recent campaign fliers, and has done the same for Zimmer and Kids First. She’s also the webmaster/designer for Councilman Peter Cunningham’s re-election website. Local resident Lane Bajardi approached the council last night to express his objections to the Nazi imagery Pincus used to attack her political enemies:

In the video, each of Zimmer’s four allies on the council is called on to denounce Pincus, and does so in their own way.

Councilman Mike Russo then asks Corporation Counsel Mark Tabakin what the council’s options are regarding removal of Pincus from the Zoning Board. Tabakin called Pincus’ use of fascist imagery against the first elected Jewish councilwoman in Hoboken history “clearly something disturbing on many, many levels,” adding he will look into seeing whether the council has a legal remedy to remove her.

What if Cammarano had done this to Zimmer?

Where this will go next is anyone’s guess. If supporters of Peter Cammarano had used this kind of attack on Dawn Zimmer, there would have been rallies in the streets. To their credit, Zimmer’s council allies denounced Pincus last night, but others say those who denied they ever saw these graphics when they were first published on multiple pro-Zimmer sites may be stretching the truth.

How far is too far for Hoboken’s political discourse? Should Pincus lose her seat over her continued bad behavior?

Share your outrage or apathy below in Hoboken’s most-read comments section.

67 Responses

  1. camel2 says:

    If Zimmer doesn’t boot her, or Pincus doesn’t step down herself, this will only get worse for them.

  2. wiskeytango1 says:

    didint obama get rid of his attack dog” where is zeldas train of tought? each day that passes its a joy for the other side…hire a graffice artist and pay for the work..shame shame

  3. youme66 says:

    Shame on Mayor Zimmer for not denouncing the actions of her friend Nancy Pincus!

    What does Zimmer do? She stays silent for the last two days and has now left town to go on the annual booze fest in Atlantic City. Way to lead Zimmer.

    Let Pincus spout her hate on her own blog, let her fester in her own hate, but remove her from our municipal board NOW!

    • Rn17 says:

      A co-worker who lives in New York heard about this. Its embarrassing to the city. Pincus needs to step down or Zimmer needs to step to the plate. I doubt the mayor or her pr team will do anything. Pincus is an attack dog/spin artist for them. They are probably nervous if they do give her the boot, she will air their dirty laundry. Is she even qualified to sit upon a board. This administration is horrible. [quote comment=”200118″]Shame on Mayor Zimmer for not denouncing the actions of her friend Nancy Pincus!What does Zimmer do? She stays silent for the last two days and has now left town to go on the annual booze fest in Atlantic City. Way to lead Zimmer.Let Pincus spout her hate on her own blog, let her fester in her own hate, but remove her from our municipal board NOW![/quote]

  4. 4th Ward Guardian says:

    How does Mayor Zimmer get away with saying NOTHING about this outrage? How many days will go by before shes forced to speak about this firestorm? How many more national Jewish groups are going to denounce Pinkus before Zimmer takes a stand against hate?

    Pinkus was a no-show at the Zoning Board meeting. Some public servant she is. I guess she was too busy making Nazi pictures of her political enemies to do her job.

  5. animal_lover says:

    Imagine if the good residents of Hoboken surrounded her home with signs as with Camarrano and demanded an answer. She’s fortunate to have such a patient constituency…

  6. Easy-E says:

    Isn’t Pincus a Jewish name? I’ve known a couple people with that name, they were all Jewish, or had Jewish ancestry.

    It might be somewhat poor taste, but that’s what makes it satire. How often do you see Nazi imagery used to attribute fascism to a political person? Constantly! From all sides of the political spectrum, left and right.

    They did it to Bush for 8 years, they still do it to Obama and I am pretty sure I’ve seen it a bunch of times against other politicians. Never a peep about how hurt people are seeing it. Never once have I read an objection on 411. Funny, it’s almost as if it’s manufactured, amateur, politically convenient butt-hurt.

    That would NEVER happen in Hoboken, so forget I said it.

    • youme66 says:

      Easy-

      It is worse that this hate is coming from a Jewish person, Pincus. She knows this is considered offensive. Her hate is intentional.

      Pincus may say she’s doing satire like Mel Brooks but sadly, Pincus is delusional.

      Mel Brooks poked fun at the Nazis, but he never accused someone of being a Nazi which is what Pincus has done by portraying Mason in Nazi imagery.

      The National Jewish Democratic Council doesn’t view this as satire because it isn’t.[quote comment=”200161″]Isn’t Pincus a Jewish name? I’ve known a couple people with that name, they were all Jewish, or had Jewish ancestry.It might be somewhat poor taste, but that’s what makes it satire. How often do you see Nazi imagery used to attribute fascism to a political person? Constantly! From all sides of the political spectrum, left and right.They did it to Bush for 8 years, they still do it to Obama and I am pretty sure I’ve seen it a bunch of times against other politicians. Never a peep about how hurt people are seeing it. Never once have I read an objection on 411. Funny, it’s almost as if it’s manufactured, amateur, politically convenient butt-hurt. That would NEVER happen in Hoboken, so forget I said it.[/quote]

      • Easy-E says:

        It’s not worse. It just is what it is. If you find it offensive, fine, you’re entitled to your opinion.

        It still doesn’t change the fact that there is a glaringly obvious lack of consistency in people’s reaction to it. So I’m calling bullshiat. At least the NJDC is consistent in condemning it no matter whom it comes from.

        I wouldn’t have put that graphic together myself. I think Nazi-ing up a politician is pretty low hanging fruit. That graphic wasn’t as offensive as it was a dumb idea.

        I return you now to your regularly scheduled posturing and hysteria, already in progress…

        [quote comment=”200163″]Easy-It is worse that this hate is coming from a Jewish person, Pincus. She knows this is considered offensive. Her hate is intentional.Pincus may say she’s doing satire like Mel Brooks but sadly, Pincus is delusional.Mel Brooks poked fun at the Nazis, but he never accused someone of being a Nazi which is what Pincus has done by portraying Mason in Nazi imagery.The National Jewish Democratic Council doesn’t view this as satire because it isn’t.

        [/quote]

  7. animal_lover says:

    I believe in a separation of of public office and political satire. :roll:

  8. Had Enough says:

    When you surround yourself with garbage Dawn you begin to smell too. You stink bad at this point. Whos next Dawn? I think its time to resign

    • wiskeytango1 says:

      had enough ..remember teflon Gotti? she is skating and had a god father somewhere.
      trying to smoose the jewish democratic party ! It is up to Dawn if she stays on her zoning position or not..again not one of dawns backers are as obonixious …as this person is.My graffic smug opinion is she is a loose cannon..maybe best for the opposition..dawns calll[quote comment=”200187″]When you surround yourself with garbage Dawn you begin to smell too. You stink bad at this point. Whos next Dawn? I think its time to resign[/quote]

      • Hobokeneer says:

        If Ms. Pincus’s apology is accepted as genuine and sincere by the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai Brith, then it is. Full stop.[quote comment=”200209″]had enough ..remember teflon Gotti? she is skating and had a god father somewhere.
        trying to smoose the jewish democratic party ! It is up to Dawn if she stays on her zoning position or not..again not one of dawns backers are as obonixious …as this person is.My graffic smug opinion is she is a loose cannon..maybe best for the opposition..dawns calll

        [/quote]

      • john14 says:

        Full stop for YOU.

        You don’t speak for the rest of us. About the only thing you can see through these days is the sincerity of her apology. A total disgrace to the City of Hoboken.

        What’s that ticking sound? Oh yeah, the Days are Numbered clock.[quote comment=”200216″]If Ms. Pincus’s apology is accepted as genuine and sincere by the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai Brith, then it is. Full stop.

        [/quote]

      • wiskeytango1 says:

        nancys never gonna happen apology will should not ever be accepted..reasons being one doe’s not bash family ties hisory retarded people,etc and then post graffics suppose to be in pun and satire..She dosent have a clue of what la familia is about..Let her click on the purple gang in the 20’s or watch once upon a time in america ..all ethnic groups had their turn at corruption and murder.We were no a fly on the wall in nancys house as a child.
        no ones perfect.she is good at her work but wasting her talents with hate and biggtory
        My opinion is that if those she insults should be able to defend themselves..Its not our battle.. 😮 [quote comment=”200217″]Full stop for YOU. You don’t speak for the rest of us. About the only thing you can see through these days is the sincerity of her apology. A total disgrace to the City of Hoboken.What’s that ticking sound? Oh yeah, the Days are Numbered clock.

        [/quote]

  9. wiskeytango1 says:

    This is proof Nancy is out of control.She has no fear of retibution..The mayor being in Atlantic City is not an excuse to put the muzzle on pincers..while the cats away the mouse will play,and she is going on like a bull in a china shop..It just takes a decision to get rid of the monster off dawns back..It is not one graffic but many venom filled graffics NC as protrayed in the past..If she was loyal to her boss she would have more commen sense..Maybe its best this goes on for what it does is shoot down the dawn partrol in upcoming elections..

  10. ohnoivotedforher says:

    As a Jewish Resident I say one thing. You cannot apologize for something as evil and distastful as what Nancy Pincus has done.

    As Jews we know what is good and bad, our parents and faith teaches us about good and bad.

    The action alone of thinking of the poster, never the less creating this poster is a non-starter.

    Sholom,
    Gershom Sholom ben Haim Hesh Kohane

  11. Kaiser Sosay says:

    whats the motive for a jewish woman to attack another jewish woman with that type of subject matter?is it politics,personal or her own raciisim towards mrs mason not being jewish enough for her taste.i have no idea and believed jewish people stood with each other in all phases especially when it comes to images and rhetoric of anything nazi or racisim…if this were a non jewish individual(catholic,muslim,atheist,etc)people would be on there doorstep demanding apolagies,resignations or there head on a stick…all in bad taste this woman has an elitist attitude and sees no wrong in her actions..its disturbing

    • wiskeytango1 says:

      kaiser one who was attacked is not jewish.her husband is jewish..answer i can give is this person regardless of her ethnic background is a nut!!! simple as that.wack job. My cousin is jewish and said this is a nut case. :( [quote comment=”200248″]whats the motive for a jewish woman to attack another jewish woman with that type of subject matter?is it politics,personal or her own raciisim towards mrs mason not being jewish enough for her taste.i have no idea and believed jewish people stood with each other in all phases especially when it comes to images and rhetoric of anything nazi or racisim…if this were a non jewish individual(catholic,muslim,atheist,etc)people would be on there doorstep demanding apolagies,resignations or there head on a stick…all in bad taste this woman has an elitist attitude and sees no wrong in her actions..its disturbing[/quote]

  12. wiskeytango1 says:

    Monday morning the 22nd..Nutmeg is at it again posting vile comments ..guess her leader will not put the lid on her like she did to DA..The best asset that dawns opposition can have as a weapon..It got too the point that she scared so many off the forum and now talks to her self under 10 names…She asked who pays mr bajardi and why is he so well dressed and how does he support his family?? Ask nutmeg if she works her voodo for free ..is it worth creating graffic political signs for her hero?? who knows ..

  13. QJ201 says:

    I once offended a jewish friend by making some crack about “getting all Nazi” about something. I understood the offense, so now I say “getting all KGB” or “getting all Stasi.” :)

  14. whineanddineinhob says:

    Well if Zimmer is a member of this synagogue he should also be distressed that she said NOTHING about the antics of Pincus. Let’s see if she takes criticism from her own rabbi or mouths off, the way she did the priest from St.Ann’s.

  15. Night Watchman says:

    Mayor Zimmer is still silent. Why does Zimmer refuse to denounce this hate?

    Any other mayor in the country would have quickly and loudly distanced their administration from an appointee who displayed such poor judgment and disgusting imagery.

    What did Zimmer know and when did she know it? Nancy Pincus is a close advisor to the mayor. Did Zimmer endorse this latest attack on Mason and Occhipiniti?

    We all know Zimmer worked briefly in public relations so she knows silence = guilt.

  16. homeworld says:

    I really don’t understand why people are getting so upset about a parody of Riefenstahl’s propaganda film “Triumph of the Will.” Should this movie stop being studied in school, as well?

    • wiskeytango1 says:

      home world what school is that columbia or berlin?[quote comment=”200439″]I really don’t understand why people are getting so upset about a parody of Riefenstahl’s propaganda film “Triumph of the Will.” Should this movie stop being studied in school, as well?[/quote]

      • homeworld says:

        Any basic study of cinema and film class will include a lesson and discussion on “Triumph of the Will” and its director Leni Riefenstahl as it is one of the best-known examples of a propaganda in film history.

        Just as D. W. Griffith’s “Birth of a Nation” is studied in schools, even though it promotes white supremacy through the positive portrayal of the heroic “knights” of the Ku Klux Klan. However, that doesn’t diminish its contributions to the art of film. [quote comment=”200452″]home world what school is that columbia or berlin?

        [/quote]

      • wiskeytango1 says:

        home world ment to post script ..your not that old the pic was silent,,how can trash be studied in schools and be allowed to spew more hate for races? ARt…?????????? we are going down the tubes…art ..that led to 12 mil jews gypsys retarded political prisnoners and who ever got in hitlers and stalans way..you call it ART.[quote comment=”200475″]Any basic study of cinema and film class will include a lesson and discussion on “Triumph of the Will” and its director Leni Riefenstahl as it is one of the best-known examples of a propaganda in film history. Just as D. W. Griffith’s “Birth of a Nation” is studied in schools, even though it promotes white supremacy through the positive portrayal of the heroic “knights” of the Ku Klux Klan. However, that doesn’t diminish its contributions to the art of film.

        [/quote]

      • youme66 says:

        It’s irrelevant to this thread whether it’s studied in film school.

        Nancy Pincus did not publish a “study of films,” she published a graphic portraying Beth Mason as a Nazi.

        Sure, study these films in school. Sure, have Mel Brooks make fun of Nazis. That is not the same as ACCUSING someone of being a Nazi which is clearly what Pincus did when she published the graphic.[quote comment=”200475″]Any basic study of cinema and film class will include a lesson and discussion on “Triumph of the Will” and its director Leni Riefenstahl as it is one of the best-known examples of a propaganda in film history. Just as D. W. Griffith’s “Birth of a Nation” is studied in schools, even though it promotes white supremacy through the positive portrayal of the heroic “knights” of the Ku Klux Klan. However, that doesn’t diminish its contributions to the art of film.

        [/quote]

      • wiskeytango1 says:

        mel brooks made fun of the jews as well get in touch with yourself. pincers is a nut. again
        the birth of a nation was a silent movie made by eastern europians that would not have been able to do so in germany or any part of easten europe in the mid thirtys..Many of them migrated to this country. The hollywood 10 were innocent of propegandea,,gee
        what a wonderfull world aka louis armstrong..the truth is never posted to quickley.best part is that most of these actors didn’t know what they were joining ,,Lets not even go to the ethnic background of the young scientests at the manhattem project.[quote comment=”200478″]It’s irrelevant to this thread whether it’s studied in film school. Nancy Pincus did not publish a “study of films,” she published a graphic portraying Beth Mason as a Nazi.Sure, study these films in school. Sure, have Mel Brooks make fun of Nazis. That is not the same as ACCUSING someone of being a Nazi which is clearly what Pincus did when she published the graphic.

        [/quote]

    • Easy-E says:

      It’s politically convenient to do so? Just a guess.[quote comment=”200439″]I really don’t understand why people are getting so upset about a parody of Riefenstahl’s propaganda film “Triumph of the Will.” Should this movie stop being studied in school, as well?[/quote]

      • kooky kat says:

        Gee I don’t know…maybe because someone who is a public servant who sits on the ZONING BOARD should know better than to publish a photograph depiciting another public servant as a Nazi? Seriously, why this ISN’T a big deal to some people beyond me. If she was Joe Schmoe with some random blog fine, do what you like. I would imagine that if someone like Timothy O. posted something like this the Zimmer folks would be simpley OUTRAGED!!!

        Double Standards!
        [quote comment=”200463″]It’s politically convenient to do so? Just a guess.[/quote]

      • wiskeytango1 says:

        kookie kat,read observe think! jew gentile is not the issue.. This nutcase is so glad to be on the zoning board she would run through a brick wall without a helmet for Zimmer..
        Ask yourself if she is compensated for the expensive graffics she prints for dawns council
        supporters? She must eat c rations on that pc or laptop all day..There is no reason to demean public figures politicans and photoshop them in birdcages or in a hotdog roll when these people never harmed her..She is on the jjournal forum most of the day and uses multiple names and will deleate anyone that disaagrees with her posts..If the hoboken rabbi Scheinberg of the United Hoboken Synogoguge cannot have zimmer control her,you figure??? A loose cannon but maybe the best asset the majority council can have this comming may elections..[quote comment=”200467″]Gee I don’t know…maybe because someone who is a public servant who sits on the ZONING BOARD should know better than to publish a photograph depiciting another public servant as a Nazi? Seriously, why this ISN’T a big deal to some people beyond me. If she was Joe Schmoe with some random blog fine, do what you like. I would imagine that if someone like Timothy O. posted something like this the Zimmer folks would be simpley OUTRAGED!!! Double Standards!

        [/quote]

      • Easy-E says:

        Of course they would be outraged, you can’t do anything in Hoboken without someone being outraged or appalled. It wasn’t cool and she apologized, even the Rabbi said move on.

        Politics and attacks by proxy, oldest game in the book and Hoboken is no stranger to it. It happens here, on this site in every political story with the 8 people who only sign on to make the same old tired inflammatory comments.

        Maybe I’m jaded, but it’s just more of the usual political amateur hour on the local scene.[quote comment=”200467″]Gee I don’t know…maybe because someone who is a public servant who sits on the ZONING BOARD should know better than to publish a photograph depiciting another public servant as a Nazi? Seriously, why this ISN’T a big deal to some people beyond me. If she was Joe Schmoe with some random blog fine, do what you like. I would imagine that if someone like Timothy O. posted something like this the Zimmer folks would be simpley OUTRAGED!!! Double Standards!

        [/quote]

  17. escaped68 says:

    No one,absolutely no one is holding this fool accountable for her actions. The mayor is hunkering down waiting for this to run its course and the it back to same old crap. If this fool was a gentile doing something of this nature all hell would be be unleashed but it seems like she is a bosom buddy of the mayor all is forgiven. One of things that is wrong with politics is that no one holds the buffons accountable for his or her actions.

    • yourbrainondrugs says:

      When This Fool Mayor Zimmer runs for re-election is the time to hold her accountable…[quote comment=”200468″]No one,absolutely no one is holding this fool accountable for her actions. The mayor is hunkering down waiting for this to run its course and the it back to same old crap. If this fool was a gentile doing something of this nature all hell would be be unleashed but it seems like she is a bosom buddy of the mayor all is forgiven. One of things that is wrong with politics is that no one holds the buffons accountable for his or her actions.[/quote]

    • 4th Ward Guardian says:

      You’re right. Why is this nutjob still on the Zoning Board? Zimmer is a coward protecting her own crazy fans no matter what they do. At least the Rabbi FINALLY came out with a statement about this mess. Took him long enough.[quote comment=”200468″]No one,absolutely no one is holding this fool accountable for her actions. The mayor is hunkering down waiting for this to run its course and the it back to same old crap. If this fool was a gentile doing something of this nature all hell would be be unleashed but it seems like she is a bosom buddy of the mayor all is forgiven. One of things that is wrong with politics is that no one holds the buffons accountable for his or her actions.[/quote]

  18. wiskeytango1 says:

    forgot to mention the greatest ball braker in show business..(don Rickles)People paid extra to sit up front and get roasted by him.Don is jewish. In regard to this woman
    who bashes people places and things with vile conscience,there is no justifacition in this.
    Notice this person can not post on this site?.It’s not about Beth Mason Or Timmy O.Its about free speach pushed to the limit.Others have been demeaned as well.For a lousy
    seat on the zoning board is it worth it to act like lady ga ga? The leader in the puzzle palace does nothing to contain this wild girl who is a liability more than an assest down the road when relection comes up. 💡

    • wiskeytango1 says:

      Nancy missed her calling. she should have made the cover of vogue mag.. not popular mechanics.. did you see her face? come out second in a hachet fight.. [quote comment=”200488″]forgot to mention the greatest ball braker in show business..(don Rickles)People paid extra to sit up front and get roasted by him.Don is jewish. In regard to this woman
      who bashes people places and things with vile conscience,there is no justifacition in this.
      Notice this person can not post on this site?.It’s not about Beth Mason Or Timmy O.Its about free speach pushed to the limit.Others have been demeaned as well.For a lousy
      seat on the zoning board is it worth it to act like lady ga ga? The leader in the puzzle palace does nothing to contain this wild girl who is a liability more than an assest down the road when relection comes up. [/quote]

  19. wiskeytango1 says:

    It was printed on this site (The Mayor) wanted this issue settled before she returned from A/C with her crew..a week ago. As of now Lady GA GA is like a bull in a china shop.
    Even on the high holy days this person does not stop..her accusations under her 25 akas and for a lousy position on the zoning board.. There is no reason what so ever to bash people and family without good reason..How many more days untill atonement?

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