Coalition against Corrupt Politicians
Boy, this is Friday Reader Mail day it seems. 411 regular “Timber” sent me this message the other day. I don’t listen to the radio much anymore, but does anyone else tune into this show on 101.5 FM?
I heard this on the radio today –these guys are very popular and they are talking about all levels of corrupt politicians in NJ read about the Coalition against corrupt politicians –it could bring down all the thugs in Hoboken http://www.nj1015.com/personalities/carton-rossi.shtm
Here’s a few snippits from their webpage. Your thoughts?
Coalition Against Corrupt Politicians (CACP)
New Jersey – The “Coalition Against Corrupt Politicians” will unveil an information program for the people of New Jersey to report politicians taking part in despicable acts such as bribery, fraud, pension padding, nepotism, cronyism and other mischievous acts.
To report all information on any wrongdoings: firstname.lastname@example.org
Politicians and Business owners can join the coalition by clicking here!
The Jersey Guys from New Jersey 101.5 are already receiving support in their efforts. The coalition was formed after reports of investigations by U.S. Attorney, Chris Christie who said, “We always have an open door for people who want to come in and provide us with further information. That’s the way we build cases.”
In an interview with New Jersey 101.5, Rider University Political Science Professor, Dave Rebovich pointed out, “Veteran Legislators know what once passed for harmless quid pro quo, doing this for that, making a deal with another Legislator . . . all of a sudden now may be the subject of an investigation. The change in attitude at the State House is palpable.” He continues by saying, “The swagger in the Legislature is gone. The bravado is gone.”
All information provided will remain anonymous to protect the privacy of individuals. The Jersey Guys will use this information to conduct investigations and share this information with proper authorities. Acting on the information provided by their listeners, they intend to use New Jersey’s Open Public Records Act to the fullest extent possible to ferret out the waste, fraud and abuse that has plagued the State Government for far too long.