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(NJ.com)   With all ethics and budget problems facing NJ solved, or at least paid off, NJ assemblywoman tackles the all important issue of how foie gras is produced   (nj.com) divider line 8
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2006-08-29 09:39:47 AM  
Let me get this right, all this bill would do it ban the productions. Currently there is NO prodution inside of NJ.

Thank you NJ congresswoman for wasting your time, which is a good thing in my book as one competly useless bill is much better than the typical bill she probably pushes through intending to wreck havoc on local buisnesses.

/No I'm not trolling... much..
 
2006-08-29 09:41:55 AM  
lol

A politician that wants to discuss a safe, non-issue, instead of actually getting some work done? Shocking!
 
2006-08-29 10:25:44 AM  
This bill is a kind of pre-emptive strike.

Great. Now that stupid and dangerous phrase is part of our political lexicon.
 
2006-08-29 10:35:54 AM  
MindStalker: Let me get this right, all this bill would do it ban the productions. Currently there is NO prodution inside of NJ.

Ain't modern politics fantabulous?
 
2006-08-29 12:36:00 PM  
Poli Sci 301: Realities of Politics

If your constituents are crazed members of some fringe group with extremist opinions... then so are you if you like your current job.
 
2006-08-29 02:26:23 PM  
pfft, bergen county... figures.
 
2006-08-29 02:42:47 PM  
"...The foie gras issue is beginning to take hold across the country...."

Seriously, now...this is an issue?
 
2006-08-29 05:00:42 PM  
I keep forgetting about the 'issue' until someone brings it up again... >_>
 
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