We Have; The Honor, Of Voting For, The First Woman President!
To plagiarize; Vice Pres Joe Biden, “That’s; A, Very, Big Deal!”
Low; Democratic Voter Turnout, is what, the problem is.
NOT VOTING; OR, VOTING A THIRD PARTY, IS UNACCEPTABLE And Stupid!
This Is More; Than, Just, The Presidential Election.
It’s Time; To, Revolutionize, Our US Political System.
Now, Is Our Chance!
We; Have To, Elect, A Democratic Congress.
Turn; Congress, Blue.
It could be done.
We Can, Win!
To plagiarize; Pres, Yes, We Can! “ But Only, If We, All, Vote!
Trump’s candidacy; a good motivator, to get out the vote.
Thanks to; “the donald” and “his mouth,” I’ll give his side-kick Christie, a little credit, for that, too.
Vote against trump, while there, ensure, that, we install, a Democratic Congress.
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Atlantic City Hospitality Workers Are On Strike. Here’s Why. by Amy McKeever photos by Amy McKeever Jul 14 2016
Union, gets the blame, as always.
Taj Mahal; employees and workers, in all the Casinos and everywhere in Atlantic City, work hard. “Service Work.” Fast paced and demanding.
I know Atlantic City well. My Parents and I, used to go to Atlantic City all the time when I was young, (1950's and 60's). I had Cousins who lived there.
My Cousin Roy and I; used to ride on the Rolling Chairs, together every time I visited. Atlantic City's-Rolling Chairs
Roy was one of the nicest young people I've ever met. He was grown up when he was 11. Roy didn't fight with a girl the way most boys did.
Everyone on the boardwalk knew and loved, my Cousin Roy, he used to run errands for them all.
We had such a good time on the Rolling Chairs and I remember the middle aged African American Men; who used to push them, from one end of the Boardwalk to the other! African-American Workers Crucial To Atlantic City's Rise by Kathleen O'Brien/The Star-Ledger February 24 2012 Real African American Heroes
The Atlantic City Boardwalk; was, so beautiful, back then!
I remember; the Steel Pier and Salt Water Taffy. Ripley's museum on the Steel Pier, The Diving Horse, cotton candy, candy apples and so much more.
The Planters Peanut Store, Mr Peanut walking around. The pigeons who would eat peanuts out of your hand.
A little; Taylor’s Pork Roll, Stand, on the boardwalk, where we would sometimes eat Taylor’s Ham sandwiches and tea, for breakfast. I still remember what a nice man owned it.
But riding on the rolling chairs; with my Cousin Roy, was the best!
These are my memories of Atlantic City.
I have; always, loved Atlantic City. I want to see it rebuilt, to its former glory.
New Jersey Atlantic County -Atlantic City
When voting on; legalized gambling, The people in NJ were told that the Casinos were going to restore Atlantic City. We were also told; that tax revenues, from the Casinos, were going to, help, our public schools.
I went to; Atlantic City, once, after the Casino’s opened. I’m not a gambler. Never even think, to buy a dollar ticket.
I’ve seen the waitresses; carrying those, huge, drink trays. Running; back and forth, to bring players, drinks. Wouldn’t want to do that all night.
I wouldn’t want to; have to, continually, change sheets on those, heavy, king size beds, for a job. Or, clean hotel rooms and bathrooms. Just being exposed to all those cleaning chemicals, they should get hazard pay! IMO.
How about; the guys, who have to, constantly move all those heavy coins around? Re-stocking the slot machines.
Vacuuming the Casino alone, must take a couple of hours.
Many people; all types of workers, keep Atlantic City and the Taj Mahal, operating. Something trump never considered.
Trump; probably thinks, when he loses, he can say, “aw come on, I threw the race/election. I was working for you guys, all along.”
But; trump’s, still gonna have, to do, a lot of explaining, to all the people, he insulted.
Trump’s, hedging his bets. He figures he can get away with it.
And Still Found; Plenty Of Time, To Sing!