Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Sign of the Times: Last Call for the Boys of Summer

Tonight is the last Hoboken City Council meeting for 2012.  If a big splash is desired, there would be no better time and place to make a raid.  Of course such fanciful thinking is not likely considering recent visits to Hoboken by the heroes of our Republic, the Boys of Summer.

Let's put it this way, City Hall is not the only locale the Feds are showing interest.  And that my friends is all Da Horsey is going to say.

Hey someone get a Mayan calendar over to the guys in Newark.
We're up against the clock for Hoboken's Mayan transformation.

In related news, the NJ Attorney General Jeff Chiesa announced the indictment of North Bergen's Director of Public Works for ordering employees to perform work on political campaigns along with his personal chores.

Expect to be hearing more from the NJ Attorney General in the coming months.  As readers may recall, there's a file folder in the Attorney General's Office with Tim Occhipinti's name on it with signed affidavits specifying individuals connected to his campaign for voter fraud in 2010.  While there's been no arrest to date, Matt Calicchio who was named in the signed affidavits transformed into a full time paid political operative in service to Councilwoman Beth Mason and the Mason Civic League the following year.

One thing that's clear, the Feds have Hoboken completely surrounded.  All we need is a little love.