Monday, September 18, 2006

Monmouth County Post

The Courier's Matt McGrath goes hog-wild on Dan Gallic's new publication:
We at The Courier have one particular complaint to note. The paper stole our advertising disclaimer verbatim from our index. So, far as to mention that "The Courier is not responsible for errors."

The owner and publisher of the newspaper remained a mystery throughout Monday, until we received a call from former Monmouth County GOP Executive Director Dan Gallic.

Gallic said he was returning a call from us, but no one made a call to him, just to the Monmouth County Post earlier that day. The answering machine did not have an outgoing message for the number we dialed so we hung up the phone. I, in turn, called Gallic to apologize for any confusion because no one from our staff remembered calling him, but he said it was about the Monmouth County Post.

Mystery solved.

Who the heck is funding the Monmouth County Post anyway? Is Gallic associated with the Monmouth Republicans still? I know Abe, Will and most of the moderate Republicans were happy to see him go, but is he gone, sort of gone, we're-telling-the-press-that-he's-gone, or what?

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Sunday, September 17, 2006

Moran column

The Star-Ledger's Tom Moran has a column about those crazy state Democrats.

However, the quote that made me laugh out loud was the one about Monmouth:

"In Monmouth County, where [Republicans] are in control, they've given us as much corruption as the Democrats. It's Hudson County with lawns."

The lawns part killed me.

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