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Reader says Ridgewood residents, consider this your mission. Deny the mayor the victory he seeks in censoring and squelching public criticism of his radical agenda.

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Reader says Ridgewood residents, consider this your mission. Deny the mayor the victory he seeks in censoring and squelching public criticism of his radical agenda.

“We know how to…move…public opinion.”

Of course, we also know that this mission includes moving public opinion in Ridgewood toward agreeing with the Mayor Aronsohn and the two others of the three amigos, and toward round condemnation of their detractors, whatever the issue, and in whatever way their political goals may diverge from the best interests of the village.

Consider this, however: If the Mayor fails to accomplish this goal in a quiet municipality of less than 30,000 in the increasingly ‘blue’ northeast region of the U.S., he won’t ultimately be taken seriously by his co-religionists in the Church of Alinsky.

So this puts us in the enviable position of potentially snuffing out the political career of a would-be demagogue before it achieves critical mass, or, so to speak, ‘escape velocity’.

Ridgewood residents, consider this your mission. Deny the mayor the victory he seeks in censoring and squelching public criticism of his radical agenda.

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3 thoughts on “Reader says Ridgewood residents, consider this your mission. Deny the mayor the victory he seeks in censoring and squelching public criticism of his radical agenda.

  1. This is going to put White Horse on overtime. Campaign funding going to good use.

  2. #2, from your remark, may we presume that you have just now finished reading that remarkably slim and inedifying volume, “The Unnoticed Rise and Salutary Fall of the Political Life of Unreconstructed Clinton Apologist Paul Aronsohn”?

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