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She Speaks For A Lot Of Us

Belmar business owner, Council candidate lays some truth on Murphy



  1. admin wrote:

    I would ask that any commenters about the shut-down please indicate whether you personally are hurting financially as a result of it. I’ll start off by saying that the company I work for is considered an essential industry (auto parts), but as a result of the shut-down our sales have tanked and everybody has been put on a 4 day work week. I don’t think the company would survive months of this. Karen’s company (health insurance) is also considered essential and her job has not been affected.

    Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at 2:37 pm | Permalink
  2. eugene creamer wrote:

    first it was James Comey
    then it was Robert Mueller
    next was impeachment…
    all failed!

    finally … screw the economy to win the White House at any cost … ouch!

    Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at 4:33 pm | Permalink
  3. Average Joe wrote:

    Murphy is an above average incompetent person. He lies lies lies. Socialist !! Actually he doesn’t care

    Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at 5:12 pm | Permalink
  4. Anonymous wrote:

    Absolutely a well versed, smooth talking Socialist is Murphy,who is memorizing so many lambs on Metropolis TV daily. Murphy is an over educated Irish BS artist. We all know the type. Oh yeah, he’s the Governor who hired the Marketing Magnet’s husband Mcdirty to be the titular head of the CRDA after he almost bankrupted Belmar. That’s right a piggy bank 30 million dollar budget. Shout out by Murphy to Matt almost mad me puke.

    Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at 6:45 pm | Permalink
  5. Murphys Law wrote:

    Murphy cries we cant pay for cops, firemen and teachers yet he oks 3.1 million dollars towards immigrants facing deportation. You cant make this shit up.

    Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at 8:46 pm | Permalink
  6. George McGill wrote:

    I wish my grandmother could have lived to see the day when “overeducated” was used to insult an Irishman.

    Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at 11:32 pm | Permalink
  7. Tom Dilberger wrote:

    For the most part, the letter is a crummy bleating to a governor who has no clue as to what he’s doing and his reactions are that of a hysterical teenage girl.
    From what I gather of the people I talk to on my walks with my sandwich boards, people are seething and angry over this shutdown malarkey. They know it’s all a hoax.
    #6 – I don’t know why #4 had to put that in about the Irish – “overeducated BS artist” would’ve been fine. The fact of the matter is there are entirely too many overeducated people in the society. What gets me about these people with their college degrees is just how unread they are. Isn’t there some reading that has to be done in HS and college? Apparently not.
    This overeducatedness is a very interesting subject in and of itself.

    Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 5:34 am | Permalink
  8. Crazy wrote:

    My families have been here over 100 years. I’ve yet to receive my stimulus money. My son can’t speak to someone to get his unemployment checks. But lets give all the illegals $2000k in cash. Does anyone else see a problem here???

    Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 6:55 am | Permalink
  9. Summer Timer wrote:

    Governor Murphy has not been very effective in solving NJ`s financial issues… Increasing our tax burden is clearly not the answer… Our state pension system is nothing short of a ponzi scheme… But wait Murphy is from WALL STREET he is an EXPERT in schemes of this type… I must also say our Lieutenant Governor is a total joke… Can you imagine the results of her having to run the state for a prolonged period of time…. GOD HELP US IF THAT EVER OCCURS…

    Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 7:23 am | Permalink
  10. Anonymous wrote:

    Just to be clear the Belmar Business Owner and Council Candidate Jodi Kinney did not write that. This is a chain letter that is circulating Facebook. It says to copy and paste it and keep it going. Not complaining about that, just wanted to be clear because you say “she speaks for a lot of us”. She didn’t craft that statement. What you mean is “she cuts and pastes for a lot of us”.

    Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 4:16 pm | Permalink
  11. Anonymous wrote:

    Murphy opened state and county parks, golf courses starting this Saturday, 5/2.

    Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 4:17 pm | Permalink
  12. Registered Democrat wrote:

    #10 thank you for that info.

    Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 8:38 pm | Permalink
  13. Summer Timer wrote:

    #10… No true conservative Republican would support a chain letter asking for a handout…

    Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 10:10 pm | Permalink
  14. Tom Dilberger wrote:

    Just walking lately, it hit me. I think most people laid off are non-essential whitecollar workers. Anyone can see with the naked eye, men who are keeping the infrastructure going are more essenshul than whitecollar college, non-essentshil edumacated peopul. Just goes to show, train your son to do hands on work.

    Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 6:43 am | Permalink
  15. Anonymous wrote:

    #14- maybe you just assume they are not working, alot of people that work in offices were told and are workign remotely from home which they can do, unlike people that do construction etc, you cant remote in to build a house. You are just a jealous hater

    Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 10:02 am | Permalink
  16. Anonymous wrote:

    10-Thanks for clearing things up about Ms Kinney’s remarks. Why didn’t she include that the words she posted weren’t her own? Just wondering….

    Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 11:16 am | Permalink
  17. Summer Timer wrote:

    #14… You know I think you are a good guy… But you have to understand all the manufacturing hands on jobs are in China which has hurt a person that does not want to go to college…. Furthermore all the illegal and legal unskilled immigrants have killed the wages of the American Blue Collar Worker… So the youth of America is stuck in a service driven economy, which requires a college education to make a reasonable living…

    Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 11:26 am | Permalink
  18. Tom Dilberger wrote:

    #17 – Thanks much. Let me just expand a bit on what you said. First off, a deal was probably made when Nixon went to China. After that, the Fed. govt. started coming down on private enterprise big tie through a blizzard of regulations and Judicial interference in the workplace unknown before in out nation. Obviously, many companies moved out of our nation. ———————————
    Along side that our educational system moved from just being bad to being absolutely horrible. The entire concept of what was being done went from educating poorly to making people into sheepish semi-morons walking around with stupid grins on their face and a college diploma. Oh yes, and telling the children to hate any type of physical labor as beneath their dignity Thus the alien infiltrators).
    #15 – You are right, I do hate. But it is what I hate that is most important and makes my hatred correct. And for you to not hate the same things I do it makes you a weakling (thus you won’t identify yourself – pan-phobic – scared of everything).

    Friday, May 1, 2020 at 5:20 am | Permalink
  19. guest wrote:

    #14 – I hate to tell you but this computer software (word press) that you enjoy commenting on so much, was put together by a non-essential white collar computer programmer. Most supply chains across the country have been automated and maintained by non-essential white collar workers. Behind the hands on laborers that YOU see doing all the work is a vast array of white collar services being performed by what you describe as non essential college educated white collar workers. Even your iron workers, I doubt they all just get together and decide to erect a skyscraper. I have a feeling non-essential white collar workers were fundamental in making that skyscraper rise (acquiring supplies, developing land, negotiating contracts, acquiring loans). Don’t be so shallow in your thinking.

    Friday, May 1, 2020 at 1:36 pm | Permalink
  20. Tom Dilberger wrote:

    #19 – I don’t have hatred of White collar workers sir. It’s the teaching of boys that honorable physical labor is disgraceful that I hate. That is what’s behind the idea of the alien intruders being here. When I was a young boy and man, we Americans did all these jobs.
    I’ve sent letters to HSs asking if I can come in and talk to their graduating seniors about our apprenticeship programs and over time I’ve only gotten two replies(why won’t people reply to their correspondence? – disgraceful) that didn’t go anywhere anyway.

    Saturday, May 2, 2020 at 5:56 am | Permalink
  21. Aileen wrote:

    #20 – Americans Ha! Just like that American Indian Ironworker in the video you love? Which one is the American, you or him?

    Don’t kid yourself – this isn’t about being legal. It’s about hating others. You are part of an illegal alien race that came in unwanted and destoyed the way of life for that native American. He used his hands. He loved his land. You are part of the new way of living Mr. Dilberger.

    As for corresponding with the school – they tried to get in touch with you. When you submitted your board candidate letter there was no email or phone number. The school sent a letter to your home address with an appointment to address the board. You never showed.

    Please stop this silliness.

    Saturday, May 2, 2020 at 12:59 pm | Permalink
  22. Anonymous wrote:

    20-No one teaches young men that manual labor is beneath them. Where and when is this supposed to take place? Teachers who have summers off often find manual labor jobs during this timeframe to continue to provide for their families. Several gentlemen that I taught with did masonry and brick work in the summers. Two others were teachers and electricians; they did electrical work in the summers. Another was a plumber in the summer. All certified as teachers and tradesmen. So why would anyone, anywhere preach hatred about physical labor? Plus many of those of the educated generation never criticize labor as a way of a living when their own Dads no doubt were laborers. They worked hard to send their children to college. I have family who were laborers -wonderful uncles …one who sent his son to Columbia. His son ,taught by his Dad, could do wood work and plumbing. No one, ever, teaches a young man to “hate” physical labor, when most people probably have fathers and grandfathers who made a living with dignity by doing physical labor. Besides, tradesmen make great money. My brother is an educator and lays tile in the summer. You are way off in your thinking. No one in my life has ever been made to feel inferior because they were a laborer. Please don’t perpetuate this thinking. You are so wrong and hurtful to all involved when you do this.

    Saturday, May 2, 2020 at 5:22 pm | Permalink
  23. What? wrote:

    20, What a total fabrication! NO ONE teaches young boys and young men that physical labor is beneath them! You have no proof of that! Why do you provoke such negative thinking? I’ve been around a long time-much longer than you-and no one has passed along the idea that physical labor is “disgraceful.” It’s like you’re exposing your own inferior complex. No one thinks less of you due to your line of work. They think less of you because you create lines of division with professionals/college educated and laborers. Why do you continue to do this? Many a young boy/ man does physical labor-and their families are as proud of them as any parent of a college graduate. It’s all in your mind, Mr. D. None of your thinking exists. How about my aunt who cleaned houses all of her life to help provide for her family ? She’s was an honored person in her community. Did not make up stuff to justify your thinking. I find it an insult to my family that you would post your ideas -suggesting division among the classes-when we all have beloved hard workers in our families. Who would teach any young person to ‘“hate” physical laborers when they are the backbones of our families? I’m extremely put off with your remarks. Very bad -you, in your way, are demeaning people with your cruel remarks. Think about that before you post any more hate. Once again you fly off the handle with no back Up.

    Saturday, May 2, 2020 at 7:38 pm | Permalink
  24. Tom Dilberger wrote:

    #21 – Yeah, I love that video – HIGH OCTANE. Harold was a good guy. I miss guys like him everyday.

    Sunday, May 3, 2020 at 4:45 am | Permalink
  25. Anonymous wrote:

    My grandfather was an immigrant who came to this country in 1900. He did hard labor for the railroad. He didn’t speak English, and did the best he could to provide for his family. This history is passed down to generations of our family with pride, not disgrace.

    Sunday, May 3, 2020 at 11:58 am | Permalink
  26. I bet wrote:

    #25- And I bet he was a legal immigrant that came over here thru Ellis Island. Key word is LEGAL, DOCUMENTED. Or did he scale a wall or wade through a river illegally?

    Sunday, May 3, 2020 at 3:17 pm | Permalink
  27. Anonymous wrote:

    26-You are correct . He came through Ellis Island, as did all European immigrants back in those days.

    Sunday, May 3, 2020 at 6:07 pm | Permalink
  28. George McGill wrote:

    I think that it was pretty hard to be an illegal immigrant in 1900.

    Sunday, May 3, 2020 at 9:10 pm | Permalink
  29. Tom Dilberger wrote:

    Coming to the nation legally is the most important first step. If the persons first step in coming here is a crime, then naturally, everything that follows is a crime as well.
    #21 – You have an interestingly negative view of America and Americans. None of the Indians I served with in the service or worked with in the trade ever spoke about America like you.

    Monday, May 4, 2020 at 5:54 am | Permalink
  30. Georgie Porgie wrote:

    Hey Georgie, it should be pretty hard now too. #Illegal

    Monday, May 4, 2020 at 6:56 am | Permalink
  31. Anonymous wrote:

    7-What makes you think that college-educated people don’t read? I have a wide circle of friends who read all the time-all went to college.We often speak about what we’re reading. Both fiction and non-fiction. You must have heard about all of the book circles that have cropped up over the last ten years or so. People meet on a regular basis to discuss a particular book. Both college educated and those who didn’t attend college participate. Of course, students read all of the time-assigned reading is part of the education process. My entire family attended college-all readers. I prefer non fiction- biographies and histories. What an empty comment about college educated people! Of course they read. The discussion part of it-comparing and commenting with others about what we’ve read-is most stimulating and enjoyable for me. Where did you ever get the notion,Mr. Dilberger, that educated people don’t read? This is the most ridiculous of your commentary posted on this blog so far. This is another opportunity for you to show your dislike for educated people. These generalizations are actually amusing. Perhaps, just perhaps, college educated people don’t read the same books/material as you.

    Monday, May 4, 2020 at 6:00 pm | Permalink
  32. BelmarKid wrote:

    Another thread where Dilberger steals the issue at hand. Anyone actually care to talk about the tyrannical government? How most Belmar shops could close because of this? How the town is pushing people away who may not return because of the treatment? I guess to put it basic- in the words of the Tiger King, “We will never recovery financially from this”, unless people open their shops and life goes on- 6 feet apart of course!!

    Monday, May 4, 2020 at 7:00 pm | Permalink
  33. Anonymous wrote:

    My kids are home from high school and college due to the virus. When they aren’t online with their coursework, they read according to a required list of nonfiction books for their History classes. Imagine that, Mr. Dilberger! Then the college student has questions to answer to go along with the required reading. My husband and I are college graduates. We read all of the time.

    Monday, May 4, 2020 at 7:41 pm | Permalink
  34. Anonymous wrote:

    What makes you think that college graduates/students don’t read? What do you base this on? Want proof do you have, #7?

    Monday, May 4, 2020 at 9:35 pm | Permalink
  35. Tom dilberger wrote:

    #s 31&34 – What makes you think that college-educated people don’t read?
    C’mon, everyone knows how those college grads are.
    # 33 – The Covid-19 malarkey is just the latest hoax perpetrated on the American people by the govt. and their commie media allies.
    For some good news, the State Conditioning Centers, AKA schools are closed until Sept.
    So at least for that amount of time our American children will be separated from their handlers, AKA teachers, at least physically anyway.

    Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 6:32 am | Permalink
  36. College Grad Reader wrote:

    Mr.D-College graduates do read . Everyone knows how those grads are?? That’s your quote. Please be more specific in your claim. Why do you resent educated people? There are college grads in my family and close to our family-they all read. How do I know this? We talk about what we read. Again, please be factual in your claim that young college grads don’t read. What numbers do you have? Where is your data? What young college grads have you talked to lately? To state that” everyone knows how these young college grads are” has no basis.

    Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 11:15 am | Permalink
  37. Anonymous wrote:

    35-Why do you malign teachers?

    Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 12:22 pm | Permalink
  38. Anonymous wrote:

    Why do you put young people down, Mr.Dilberger? You obviously have no contact with young people, or you would know how wrong you are. Do you read the local papers to learn about how charitable, intelligent, and enterprising they are? Have you learned about the level of volunteerism by young people?

    Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 12:35 pm | Permalink
  39. Free advertising? wrote:

    Park Mobile logo, I hope they are paying Belmar some good money for all the free advertising, the town has painted their logo on every boardwalk parking spot today.Maybe next year we can sell more of our town’s soul to maybe,Verizon.

    Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 1:56 pm | Permalink
  40. Anonymous wrote:

    35-Mr. Dilberger-The virus is not malarkey or a hoax. You would think differently if a family member of yours, or friend of yours is diagnosed with the virus. Worse yet, if you lost a loved one to the virus. The numbers are real, Mr. D. We have an elderly family member who has the virus. We pray everyday that he is able to beat the illness. All you do, when you downplay the severity of the situation, is hurt those stricken with the virus and their families. It’s like these poor families don’t exist in your eyes. How cruel.

    Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 4:02 pm | Permalink
  41. Anonymous wrote:

    It’s disturbing that Mr. Dilberger has no sympathy for the people suffering from the virus. I wish he could come to the hospitals to witness the reality of the virus, and the devastating effects it has on people. Dilberger disregards what is actually happening-without sympathy or understanding.

    Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 6:51 pm | Permalink
  42. Anonymous wrote:

    What an insult to the people who have been diagnosed and have departed with the virus, MrDilberger. The government and the Commies are perpetuating a lie? Ask the family members who have lost loved ones due to the virus. You are cruel and insensitive. Go to the hospitals and learn of the realities of the loss of life due the the virus. What kind of a person are you?

    Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 7:05 pm | Permalink
  43. 2nd Ave wrote:

    So glad that I stayed where I am.. Belmar is full of xenophobes, anti-education blowhards, and nationalists. This page shows the worst of Belmar. disgusting. Yeah – start gathering.. sacrifice your grandmother first.

    Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 7:17 pm | Permalink
  44. Anonymous wrote:

    Over 300 people have died due to the virus In Monmouth County

    Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 11:00 pm | Permalink
  45. Tom Dilberger wrote:

    #36 – Sir, I never said the word “young.” You added that yourself. Learn to understand hat you’re reading.
    #37 – I don’t malign those who can and do teach(whatever they’re teaching). I only malign the vast majority of the people taking a paycheck who cannot and/or will not teach.

    Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 6:41 am | Permalink
  46. Tom Dilberger wrote:

    #38 – You obviously have no contact with young people.
    Sir, I met a young man yesterday who wanted to talk about my signs in opposition to the shutdown and when I offered to let him walk along with me so he could get an idea of the positive reactions I was receiving, he fled. Everybody knows young people won’t walk anywhere.
    #s 40,41,42 – Your personal problems are your own. Everyone has their own personal problems and experiences. This is about our nation/state at large, not certain people. Try to carry on an adult discussion.
    #44 – Your point?

    Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 6:48 am | Permalink
  47. Anonymous wrote:

    You missed the point entirely Mr. D. To say the virus perpetuated by the government is so wrong and insensitive to those suffering from the virus, and families of those who have died of the virus. You never answer any questions about your claims.

    Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 11:41 am | Permalink
  48. Anonymous wrote:

    The story about the young man walking with you..your point? What does that have to do with your point about young people not reading, Mr. Dilberger?

    Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 11:43 am | Permalink
  49. Anonymous wrote:

    Mr. Dilberger-As usual, you missed the point. Your claim that the virus is a hoax shows a total lack of understanding of the pandemic. What does “your personal problems are your own” have to do with the major health issues/deaths caused by the virus? Your remarks show that you have no idea of what’s going on in the world. Are you that far removed from the reality of the situation? Your remarks make no sense. “Our nation as a whole “ is experiencing a national health crisis. Why can’t you comprehend this fact? Not individual problems ??. This is not an individual matter, Mr. Dilberger. To close your mind to the tragedies people are experiencing and offer inane justifications shows that you are in a place all by yourself because no one thinks as you do about this worldwide health crisis. To act like it doesn’t exist is child like. And I’m the one not acting as an adult??

    Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 12:00 pm | Permalink
  50. Anonymous wrote:

    “Everybody knows young people won’t walk anywhere.” Gee, Mr. Dilberger, all I see is young people walking everywhere. With the virus , many young people are working from home, and find time during the day to be out walking. All I see are young people walking. I drove down Ocean Avenue yesterday. Many, many young people were walking. You are a walker… you must see young folks out and about.

    Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 12:23 pm | Permalink
  51. Anonymous wrote:

    46-Maybe it wasn’t a matter of walking that turned the young man off. Maybe it was because of what you had to say. Maybe he was turned off by that.

    Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 2:40 pm | Permalink
  52. Anonymous wrote:

    46-He figured what you were about and ran away.

    Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 4:00 pm | Permalink
  53. Anonymous wrote:

    Mr. Dilberger creates negative scenarios in his mind because he always wants to believe in the negative. Yes unfortunately people are lazy, government is bad, schools are terrible, teachers are stupid, This is how Mr. thinks and lives. He generalizes, and truly believes in all of his negativity. Even when proven wrong, he sticks by his ideas.

    Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 4:43 pm | Permalink
  54. Registered Democrat wrote:

    Mr. Dilberger one of the reasons you don’t see young people walking is that you are always walking on highway 35 &71 not the safest places to walk try walking up to the beach front and you will see people of all ages walking, as for your comment that married people should hold hands when walking together why is it that when I see you walking with your wife you are not holding her hand? Also Mr. D most blue collar workers do not want their kids to follow in their footsteps not because manual labor is something to be ashamed about but we see there are better ways to make a living and if we have a child that is not college material we guide them to their strong points to find a career that will make them want to go to work not just lift things up and put them down and also when you walk please stand tall please put your chest out and walk proud please stop slouching not sure how you look at people and think you can tell what they are about when you are always looking at your shoes.

    Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 8:45 pm | Permalink
  55. Anonymous wrote:

    35-Don’t forget college grads don’t read, according to Mr. D.

    Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 8:48 pm | Permalink
  56. Tom dilberger wrote:

    #49 – “No one thinks” – Correct
    #50 – “you must see” – you have to understand just what it is you’re seeing.
    #s51&52 – Yep, it probably was a combo of the idea of actually putting one foot in front of the other and not wanting to experience what people thought/think of this lousy “shutdown.”
    #53 – “truly believes” – Great book, the “True Believer” by Eric Hoffer. The working man’s philosopher
    #54 – “I see you walking with your wife you are not holding her hand” – Yeah, I remember that day, she was angry with me because I’d just corrected the way she places her feet again. Shortly afterwards, she retook my hand of course, Our arguments don’t last long. We’re too tire anymore even to keep up a good argument. I miss those days.
    “stop slouching not sure how you look at people and think you can tell what they are about when you are always looking at your shoes.” – Someday, if you’d like, just stop me and I’ll give you a tutorage on walking – a truly vast subject. I assure you sir, you don’t understand what you’re seeing. Like we walkers say, [it doesn’t matter anymore after the first 30-40 thousand miles.]
    #55 – -Don’t forget college grads don’t read, according to Mr. D. – Correct, it’s because of the new manner of living.

    Thursday, May 7, 2020 at 6:18 am | Permalink
  57. Anonymous wrote:

    What is “the New manner of living? “ Please explain.

    Thursday, May 7, 2020 at 11:20 am | Permalink

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