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I am a resident of Fairfield NJ. I just received a broadcast from City Hall, announcing a town hall meeting by our beloved Governor. This is to take place on Wednesday at 1:00 PM. The door are to open at 11:30 AM and according to the announcement it is first come first in no invitation needed. Please note that Fairfield is a solid republican town. The school address is: 233 Fairfield Road, Fairfield, NJ. It is located about a mile west of the Willowbrook Mall.

Christie's plan is to have these town hall meetings in solidly republican venues and create the impression that this little inconvenience with the bridge is really over and it is business as usual. We, progressives need to expose this BS and protest this nonsense. On this note, last week I heard morning Joe say that he is doing these town hall meetings, people in NJ are Ok with Christie, so what's the problem

Please remember that the Bridge scandal is just the tip, of the iceberg. The true story is one of unbridled ambition and bullying with the goal of capturing the White House. It is corruption on a grant scale.

We need to counter that. I am calling on all Kosaks and progressives to come to the meeting and greet Christie with the appropriate placards for the occasion. "CHRISTIE RESIGN" is a good slogan. "TELL THE TRUTH" is another one.

If we behave properly we are exercising our first amendment right and we don't get locked up. If we get abused, well I'm sure the media will be there. Let's not allow this bully to fool most of us.

Again, if you are close by and you can make it please come. Also, spread the word. I've had enough of this town hall nonsense. My kids went to Churchill and he is desecrating the school grounds. I'm upset.

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