Monthly Archives: September 2009

Saturday Morning Cartoons: Huckleberry Hound-Two Corny Crows

What better way to enjoy a couple of Corny Crows than with a bowl of Corn Pops?
Pour the milk and breakout the spoon because it’s time for a cartoon.

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President Obama’s Weekly Address: 9/26/09 Progress with the G-20 in Pittsburgh

Recorded literally on his way back from the G-20 Summit in Pittsburgh, the President uses his Weekly Address to recap the progress made during the intensive discussions with world leaders. From an historic agreement to reform the global financial system, to groundbreaking commitments on reducing subsidies to fossil fuels worldwide, to unity in standing against threats to world peace, engagement produced tangible results in several areas.

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Football Friday: Princess Picks The Giants

Week 3 of the NFL season is upon us and Princess the Camel, of Popcorn Park Zoo in Lacy Township has chosen another New York team this week to defeat its opponent.

Last week as everyone should know by now, the great prognosticator of the park, picked the Jets to upset the Patriots. It was a pick that had some scratching their heads but proved to be right on.

This week Princess forecasts the Giants to swashbuckler their way through Tampa and beat the Buccaneers.

“I think coach Coughlin is going to fix that run defense this week, and Eli looks like he is finally living up to the Manning pedigree. Now on to more important things …” said Princess after picking the Giants this week.

So far this season Princess is 1-1 with her picks.


Filed under Lacy Township, New York Giants, NFL, NFL picks, Popcorn Park Zoo, Princess the Camel, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Christie to Cancer Survivor: "Your Daughter Is An Exception" Not The Norm

Take a look at this amazing video put out by the Corzine campaign, in it Republican challenger Chris Christie argues with a cancer survivor about mandates that the State requires insurance providers to cover.

Christie believes in a mandate free state and he would eliminate all or most mandates proposed or enacted by the state.

The unseen women says to Christie that her daughter is at the same age now, as she was when she had her first cancer surgery. Christie responds to her by saying that her daughter would be an “exception” if she has indeed developed cancer in her 20’s.

Obviously Christie must not know a lot about cancer and it’s genetic impact on patients and their children, siblings or other family members. Otherwise he would not have talked over this woman or argued about the need for the woman’s daughter to be screened for cancer.

Having multiple members of my family diagnosed with cancer over the past few years, I know full well the importance of early detection in the fight against cancer. Many cancers, like breast and colon-rectal cancer, have been found to be genetic in nature, meaning that there are genes that are passed along from parents to children that make the child of a cancer patient more likely to develop the disease than children from non-cancer patients.

Mandating that insurance companies provide genetic testing for cancer patients and survivors saves lives and money in the long run.

Christie should know the facts before he speaks about cancer and its effects on families in the future.


Filed under Breast Cancer, cancer survivors and familys, Chris Christie, Colon-Rectal Cancer, Gov. Jon Corzine, mandates

Video: VP Biden Sets the Record Straight on Medicare

Travel with the Vice President as he reminds seniors that those who have always defended Medicare would never do anything to jeopardize the plan or those who rely on it.

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According to the new poll released earlier today be pollsters Democracy Corps, New Jerseys race for Governor is now a dead heat with Republican Chris Christie at 40 percent, Democratic Governor Jon Corzine at 39 percent and independent Chris Daggett receiving 11 percent of the vote.

And now, more New Jerseyans for the first time , rate Christie unfavorably than rate him favorably, 34 percent unfavorable to 32 percent favorable.

“Corzine continues to benefit from the Democratic partisan advantage the Garden State. Democratic candidates for the state legislature hold a 41 to 37 percent lead on the generic ballot and the Democratic Party remains much more popular (42 percent favorable, 38 percent unfavorable) than the Republican Party (31 percent favorable, 40 percent unfavorable). President Barack Obama also remains very popular in the state with 57 percent rating him favorably and just 28 percent rating him unfavorably.”

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Video: Grenafege For Assembly

State Assembly Candidate for 13th Legislative District, Democrat James Grenafege, released a new campaign video today.

Grenafege, a Middletowntown resident, is running to unseat Republican Amy Handlin from her cushy assembly seat in Trenton.

The video contains a brief biographical profile on Mr. Grenafege and details some of the issues that he feels are important to residents in the 13th district as well as the State.
Job Creation, Leadership, Ethics and the Environment are just a few of the issues that Jim Grenafege cares about.

To find out more about James Grenafege and where he stands on the issues, vist the candidates website


Filed under 13th Assembly District, Amy Handlin,, Democratic Candidate, ethics, Jim Grenafege, Job creation, Monmouth County, New Jersey, the environment