I think Cousin Jack may be coming unglued. He’s talking to possums (and they’re talking back).
That’s what happens when you spend too much time reading the Tax Code.
Jack, come back to us. We’ll
sit in traffic take a ride down the shore on the Parkway and have a sausage, peppers and onions sandwich on the Seaside Heights Boardwalk. It’ll straighten you right out.
Itâ€™s the time of the year for the people running for New Jersey state legislative offices to take to the radio waves with their amateurish, never-endingly played campaign commercials. One features an embarrassingly awful imitation of Arnold Schwarzenegger. I can think of few things that are more annoying and less informative than these radio spots.
Each candidate, either directly, or through actors (uniformly awful actors, I might add), does nothing but sling sixty-seconds worth of
shit mud at the other candidate. The charges range from governmental recklessness to downright criminal conduct. Both parties do it.
The only thing I can conclude from listening to this crap is that, if only twenty percent of the things that each candidate says about the other are true, then neither of them is fit for office, and both of them ought to be in jail.
Iâ€™ll be glad when itâ€™s over.
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