Obama events in Hoboken


Again, for you Democrats interested in Barack Obama, here are some upcoming events which may float your boat. From Jen Riggins, political go-getter in town.

“These events are the most open to everyone, including the Undecided, as there still are many, with such a rich selection of candidates this year. As I mentioned, these are just a few of the daily events until Election Day, so if anyone is interested in volunteering for Obama for America or simply about learning more about Sen. Obama, please e-mail me directly at jkriggins@hotmail.com

Wednesday, Jan. 30: Two Events

  • Rally at PATH Train from 6:30 to 8pm
    More information at: here
  • Followed by Get Out The Vote Open House from 8:30 to 10pm
    More information at: here
    [411 Note: The invite fails to mention that 420 Adams is the Anthony Russo Civic Association]

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Everyone is welcome to join us as the Results come flooding in at Hudson Tavern on Super Tuesday to celebrate everyone’s hard work, as well as relish in Fat Tuesday! More information: here

Remember, today is the last day to apply by mail for an Absentee Ballot. You can vote early in person at the County Clerk’s office up until next Monday 2/4. Both Independents/Unaffiliated voters and registered Democrats can vote in the Democratic Primary. To find your polling place, visit: Link

Also, it might be of interest to your readers that Hudson County for Obama’s efforts were featured in the NYTimes this weekend:click to read.

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Monday, June 16, 2008 12:25 pm

It’s the one day of the year that you (wish) your fathers a happy day, not trounce on them.

Monday, June 16, 2008 12:23 pm

And I always though Father’s Day was a day in which you celebrated, not criticized. That’s why there’s 364 other days to do that…

source: apnews myway

[quote]CHICAGO (AP) – Barack Obama celebrated Father’s Day by calling on black fathers, who he said are “missing from too many lives and too many homes,” to become active in raising their children.[/quote]

[quote]”They have abandoned their responsibilities, acting like boys instead of men. And the foundations of our families are weaker because of it,”[/quote]

[quote]There’s a reason our families are in disrepair … but we can’t keep using that as an excuse.”[/quote]

[quote]”That was when I wasn’t black enough. Now I’m too black,”[/quote]

Race has nothing to do with it. Some fathers are great and responsible, others are not, most in between the two. But to call on race to criticize fathers on Father’s Day is a bit off, to me at least.

It’s the one day of the year that you fathers a happy day, not trounce on them.

Thursday, June 12, 2008 11:13 am

[quote comment=”85189″][quote comment=”84983″][quote comment=”84962″][quote comment=”84934″]Quick points. The free market is the opportunity for anyone to make it – the essence of hope, which doesn’t come from others, but is the context in which an individual is not impeded by authority, or the elite to make it. Emphasis on opportunity, not guarantee, not entitlement. It’s an evironment in which the consumers exercise free choice, and maintain the health of competition.

What Easy is complaining about is the historical act of human corruption which reaches across all models of government and business structure. There is no other model, except the free market, in which a person who has an idea, can come to market without the authorities, the elite, the monarchy, et al being protectionists and stopping you short. Corrupt humans who run the corporation type are akin to communism in that the centralized elite and loyalists conspire against free market competition. Now, I know some of you here are more in favor of socialism/communism, so think about this.[/quote]


Honestly, you nailed it better than I was able to.[/quote]

Uh – so you praise the free market & competition with one part of your rant, but you then turn around and say you loathe the competitive response of “corporations” to new competitors with the other? Basically, you hate corporations. I get it………[/quote]
It’s impossible to make any sense of what Obama’s saying or what his disciples believe.
I know the old guy wants us in Iraq for another 100 years.

Thursday, June 12, 2008 10:47 am
Friday, May 30, 2008 11:59 am

Midnight- I always find your posts interesting, extrapolate away!

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