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The Final Straw!

Food truck guy Jon Hepner’s quote in the Press caught my eye this morning.

unnamedThe photo, BTW, is not of Hepner but of another food truck guy Carlos Serrano.

So the federal government creates a central bank that prints money in unlimited quantities.  It manipulates interest rates and the value of our currency.  It directly taxes the income of individual Americans instead of by apportionment.

It fights wars all over the world without a declaration of war by Congress.  It involves itself with manipulating and even clandestinely overthrowing foreign governments it doesn’t like.

It tells us what we can eat, drink and inhale and has taken complete control over our health care system.  It is well on its way to completely controlling education in this country.  Immigration and naturalization policy is decided by executive order.

It heavily restricts the private ownership of firearms but gives military weapons and equipment away for free to local police departments.  It reads and stores everybody’s emails, listens to and tapes everybody’s phone calls and stores everybody’s internet browsing history.  (It’s too late…they already know you’ve been here.)


Oh, and some municipalities restrict the locations and operating times of food trucks.



They can’t do that!!  It’s unconstitutional!!


Also in today’s paper:


I wish I liked beer but I don’t.  (Here come the “boycott” accusations.)  Anyway, good luck Beach Haus and welcome to Belmar!


  1. Anonymous wrote:

    Hot off the press!!!

    Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 12:00 pm | Permalink
  2. Resident wrote:

    Blogger you should lead with this article. If I remember correctly Mike Seebeck lost by only 36 votes. Maybe a lawsuit will show that at least 36 of those authorized messenger ballots were also fraudulent.

    Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 1:58 pm | Permalink
  3. Anonymous wrote:

    #2 a lawsuit is iffy the only way to resolve this is if someone wants to clear their conscience and inform the state and fbi the facts!

    Sunday, March 29, 2015 at 9:01 am | Permalink

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