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Bob Ingle: “Nobody’s Buying Adler’s Act”

March 23, 2010

John Adler

Bob Ingle, columnist for Gannett New Jersey newspapers and co-author of “The Soprano State: New Jersey’s Culture of Corruption,” offers a scathing look at John Adler, “a machine politician who stood, not on principle, but for what would get him elected.”

Ingle writes:

As the chairman of the state Senate Judiciary Committee he rubber stamped whatever the administration wanted even when he knew he was putting political hacks into jobs they were unqualified for.

On Adler’s most recent “Democrat turncoat behaviour” regarding the healthcare bill”

If he had been up front about his action, it would have sounded something like this: “I’m fighting for my life in a Republican district and a former football player is getting ready to clean my clock in November so I have to go along with what I think most of the district wants in an effort to save my butt. I also got a lot of contributions from the health care industry.”

Adler can’t win this game. Democrats want a real Democrat. Republicans want a real Republican.

You can read the complete column here.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Jim Durst permalink
    March 24, 2010 11:59 am

    Just check out the background of the Judges he just put in in Burlington County Pay to Play judges!!! Corruption right into the court system? Hum! Adler needs to be investigated and arrested like the rest of them!

  2. Keith permalink
    June 2, 2010 9:16 pm

    These people Adler included are a disgrace. Their actions are treasonous and subversive. They took an oath to protect and defend the constitution. Where is his Honor?

  3. Larry Katz permalink
    August 24, 2010 2:43 pm

    Can 3rd C.D constituents really afford 2 more years of Rep. John Adler’s (D) representation? He, his Leader Nancy Pelosi and Party have supported and hope to impose the following taxes and cutbacks that will impact all, especially, seniors.
    1. A new National Energy Tax on carbon usage estimated to cost every family $1300.00.
    2. A Cap & Trade tax requiring a Building Retrofit Program that the CBC estimates could cost each family selling their home $6800.00 to comply with EPA standards.
    3. A reduction of $500.00 billion in Medicare funding.
    4. A slashing of $42.00 billion for Assisted Living and Nursing Home Facilities.
    5. A new 2.9% tax on medical devices.
    6. A $22.2 billion tax on branded drugs.
    7. A new 3.8% tax for those who resell their homes under the new Obamacare program.
    8. A 10% tax on tanning service.
    9. A 3.8% tax on Investment Income.
    10. A 40% tax on Cadillac Health plans.
    11. A tax on individuals or families who don’ purchase government health plans.
    12. A potential National Sales or Value-added Tax.
    Yes, House Leader Nancy Pelosi,(D) did not require Adler’s” yes” vote on Obamacare to ensure passage so he was excused. But, Mr. Adler has been a loyal supporter of every big spending, high tax proposal that will directly impact every resident in his district. Moreover, his support of huge trillion dollar deficits will leave our children and grandchildren with unmanageable debt for decades for to come.

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