CROWD (300 PEOPLE) JOIN LANGFORD ...
Jim Carroll a
disgraceful in light of the fact that Langford is the incumbent Mayor of the
largest Democratic voting block in District 2 ...
Yet, Carroll has
held secret meetings with Craig Callaway ...
Deputy Mayor Ernest Coursey introduced Atlantic County Freeholder, The Reverend
Lawton Nelson, Jr. ... Who delivered a resounding and electrifying
introduction speech (for) Mayor Langford ... Langford followed with a
poignant, articulate and detailed compilation of his 3-plus year record as Mayor
... and, Langford (without mentioning his opponent by name) ... blistered Craig
("Farooq Salaam") Callaway ... as a conflicted man, with a 30-year record of
"destruction" vs. his 30-year record of constructive efforts to benefit the
City of Atlantic City ...
(again without mentioning any names) referred to his opponent as "a man with two
identities ... two names ... two lives and two
detailed the many accomplishments of his administration, providing a great deal
of specificity regarding tax policy ... budget preparedness ... Langford also
mentioned that Standard and Poors and Moody's have expressed approval of
his financial management of Atlantic City ...
appeared confidant that the citizen/voters of Atlantic City know both him
and his opponent quite well ...
Note: Former (immediate past) Atlantic City PBA President, Sean McCausland
was observed riding his bicycle back and forth during the Langford announcement
City police (not McCausland) were sent to the event to ticket attendees ... many
of whom were parked in 15-minute zone (type) parking spots
expected such parochial and discourteous conduct ... and, we made it a point to
park at a metered parking spot ...
wise Atlantic City Superior Police officer stopped the ticket madness
before it got out of hand ... We are not aware of any tickets being issued at
this time ...
Note 2: If you ever need someone to introduce you ... You better consider
Freeholder Lawton Nelson, Jr.
It takes a lot
to impress us ... and, Reverend Nelson delivered a speech that the late, great
Dr. Martin Luther KingJr., have been proud to have delivered himself ... Come to
think of it ... Nelson sounds similar to Dr. King ... However, believe it or not
... Nelson has an even better speaking voice than Dr. King
attention when he speaks ... He was beyond