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newarkcentral
01-06-2010, 09:44 PM
it be that Lady J is Charone JW Montayne?:D

Reggie_Esquire
01-06-2010, 11:22 PM
it be that Lady J is Charone JW Montayne?:D

Lady J is not Charon J.W. Motayne.
Her name is spelled CHARON MOTAYNE.....send Lady J a message asking her Identity...Charon does not have a Newark Speaks account yet...

Is Newarkcentral Charles A. Bell? :O

LADYJ
01-07-2010, 03:55 PM
it be that Lady J is Charone JW Montayne?:D

No Sir, I am not Charon Motayne. Happy New Year to you all the same.

webdubois52
02-21-2010, 12:13 PM
The legacy of Mr. Charlie Bell in the Newark political scene is the population of Northern State prison. While a member of appointed and elected school boards, he has been complicit in the miseducation of tens of thousands of Newark citizens. Though gifted 13 free years of tax payer funded education, our youth have been under achievers.

It would be quite appropriate to take him to the Hague and try him for crimes against humanity. Not to worry though. The grandparents and great grand parents of those youth will vote him in again cause he gives them dances and luncheons.

Hey Mr. Bell, what is your position on the Governor's proposed cuts and their relationship to the healthcare the UMDNJ will be providing your constituents. Will mental health serviced be diminished? Wow, just what we need. Less and not more mental health care.

Hey Mr. Bell, what is your position on the Governor's proposed cuts and their relationship to getting to work, school, or doctor because NJTransit is proposing a possible 30% increase which makes a $58 one zone pass cost $75? What is your stance on the possible reduction in service on routes serving your district? Do you even know or care whether they are considering your district.

Hey Mr. Bell, you're a brilliant educational policy maker. How can we offset the Governor's proposed cuts to education without a confiscatory increase in the property tax rate? Any ideas.

As a matter of fact, what do any of you Central Ward candidates think about the above questions?

newarkcentral
02-25-2010, 12:17 AM
The legacy of Mr. Charlie Bell in the Newark political scene is the population of Northern State prison. While a member of appointed and elected school boards, he has been complicit in the miseducation of tens of thousands of Newark citizens. Though gifted 13 free years of tax payer funded education, our youth have been under achievers.

It would be quite appropriate to take him to the Hague and try him for crimes against humanity. Not to worry though. The grandparents and great grand parents of those youth will vote him in again cause he gives them dances and luncheons.

Hey Mr. Bell, what is your position on the Governor's proposed cuts and their relationship to the healthcare the UMDNJ will be providing your constituents. Will mental health serviced be diminished? Wow, just what we need. Less and not more mental health care.

Hey Mr. Bell, what is your position on the Governor's proposed cuts and their relationship to getting to work, school, or doctor because NJTransit is proposing a possible 30% increase which makes a $58 one zone pass cost $75? What is your stance on the possible reduction in service on routes serving your district? Do you even know or care whether they are considering your district.

Hey Mr. Bell, you're a brilliant educational policy maker. How can we offset the Governor's proposed cuts to education without a confiscatory increase in the property tax rate? Any ideas.

As a matter of fact, what do any of you Central Ward candidates think about the above questions?





Iím sure that Charlie Bell was complicit in the lack of parents and caretakers taking charge of their childrenís education he made sure that they did not open a book and read it. He made sure that students did not study, go to school regularly, did their home work, came to school ready to learn, and of course have respect for teachers. Charlie should have been in every home in Newark watching over all the school children in this city. Hell what do we even need parents for, just leave it to Charlie. You see, discipline, respectful behavior, good study habits and positive role models starts at home, elected and appointed officials are not gods most of time you have to do for self. Make sure you charge all of the people who gave birth to those individuals who you want to try Charlie at the Hague for too, he just can not take all of the credit.
Bell is opposed to any reductions in funding to any health services that affect his constituents; it goes with out question for anyone with common sense. But, you apparently have not been paying attention to the National Health Care Debate and the issues of costs in providing health care in America. In fact the cuts the Governor has proposed may just be the tip of the ice burg if meaningful national health care reforms are not enacted. There are not many options that a city councilman has in terms state and national health care funding, charity care, insurance reimbursements, free health services and free clinics. Bell will continue to be a strong advocate for health care reform, working with county, state, and federal government agencies and officials to improve the delivery of health services in the Central Ward. Bell believes that we can look at alternative preventive health care facilities so that under service population can get routine medical care without the cost of traditional doctor office visits or the all to often ER visit. We are going to have to look at health care with a new vision and become creative in approaches to ensuring that we receive high quality health care for all.
As for the budget cuts to NJ Transit look Bell would say Governor donít do it! Again this is another example of a city councilman having no real authority over a matter that affects his constituents. Not only have you not paid attention to the National Health Care Debate, but amazingly you have missed the hold thing about the NJ State Budget Crisis. Not only are the cuts coming to NJ Transit and Newark Board of Education expects a wide range of cuts in social service programming, recreation, higher education funding ect. Elected Officials and local governments are in for a rough six quarters these are the bleakest of financial times. Tough and hard decisions will be made the budget of the city has to be reduced there are no departments, non-profits or consultants that are off the chopping block. Basic services have to be maintained and schools have to function.