Brian Stack’s Letter(s)

3/13/2007 Letter #2:

Got another letter this weekend. Haven’t had the time to understand the whole history here, and not sure I ever will. Oh, and our neighbor (some guy named Bernard Kenny) is rumored not to be seeking re-election this year (according to politicsnj.com via NJ.com).

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See his first letter below:

3/5/2007 Letter #1:
Most residents should have received this letter below from Brian Stack. I normally don’t open these bulk-mail letters, but thought this would be an interesting topic of discussion here on Hoboken411, since Mr. Stack alleges that Hoboken resident and current State Senator Bernard Kenny is bullying him. Is that the case? Who do you support?

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24 Comments on "Brian Stack’s Letter(s)"


rose colored glasses
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rose colored glasses
9 years 6 months ago

[quote comment=”16681″]Hey, I’m all for a guy who stands up against the powers that be like this…
This is exactly the thing that many of us are calling for, so I see no reason not to support him…
If only he could do this and clear out Hoboken city hall while he’s at it…[/quote]

Zaklama has properties in Union City as well. So if Stack wants to help his constituents, then he should begin by getting rid of slumlords like Zaklama. Let’s give him a call like his letter says and see what he can do.

westy
Member
9 years 6 months ago

Not a big fan of Ramos until last week he was as much a Kenny/Roberts supporter as you could be, but this week he betrayed them to go with Stack it gets very murky.

Journey
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Journey
9 years 6 months ago

[quote comment=”15855″]As usual there seems to be a complete lack of integrity from the degenerates who largely control Hudson County politics (in this case I am referring to Kenney). At the same time, the birthday cards from Stack were half in English, half in Spanish. At the risk of misguided, PC-kneejerk reactions to this statement, the cards always rubbed me the wrong way because we don’t live in Spain. (of course, multiple languages in the home or places of business are fine, if not highly benficial to the fabric of the community)[/quote]

I know it is off topic, but I wish this country was more open to being multilingual. Every single one of my ancestors came in and melted into the blandness that is left when you sacrifice everything about your family’s culture to blend in. First we lost the languages, then the cooking and other domestic traditions. It is hard to get those things back once your grandparents threw them away.

rapperd
Member
9 years 6 months ago

Hey, I’m all for a guy who stands up against the powers that be like this…
This is exactly the thing that many of us are calling for, so I see no reason not to support him…
If only he could do this and clear out Hoboken city hall while he’s at it…

westy
Member
9 years 6 months ago

No matter who he looks like, he has been able to convince people like Ruben Ramos to jump ship and force Bernard Kenny out of the office.

He seems to be saying the right things about clearing out “party bosses.” Maybe he just wants replace them.

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