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Posted by Urban Times News on October 14, 2004 at 10:01:47:

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According to the Jersey Journal editorial staff, the newspaper does not take a political position. Of course that is the furthest thing from the truth. Earl the Hat Morgan is supporting Acting Mayor L. Harvey Smith because he is allowed to sit in the meetings and give advice with Catfish Jones and Ed Cheat Cheatum. For example, he agreed with these two airheads about firing Willie Flood and then taking her back pay. The newspaper should be upfront about Earl the Hat and stop him now. Why not tell the truth Uncle Harvey? The Urban Times News has several New Jersey newspapers as well as the New York Times calling to find out why we refer to Acting Mayor L. Harvey Smith as "Uncle Harvey". We want to clear the record once and for all.

When Glenn D. Cunningham resigned as the U.S. Marshall for New Jersey to run for the office of mayor of Jersey City, L. Harvey Smith was upset because he believed that he should have been asked to run and become the first African American mayor of Jersey City. The supporters of Glenn Cunningham knew that Smith did not have the qualities to be mayor, and from that point on, Smith was upset. When Smith decided to run for reelection as Councilman -atLarge, no one would put him on their ticket, mainly Council President at the time, Tom DeGise. DeGise told Smith there was no room on his ticket for him. Lou Manzo, who was also running for mayor in 2001, said he wouldn't even talk to Smith because of Smith's loyalty to
Republican Mayor Brett Schindler. Smith had nobody to call but Glenn Cunningham, so he called Cunningham who was reluctant to put him on the ticket.

Smith already had a reputation as a double-crosser. Smith had the Reverend Ralph Brower call Cunningham and Joe Cardwell to support him getting on the ticket. Cunningham finally said okay. During the campaign, the ungrateful Smith never showed up for meetings or walked with campaigners among the voters. After Cunningham won the election, Smith wanted to become Council President, but former Mayor Brett Schindler and the City Council of Tom DeGise and William Gaughan would never support Smith. They would not support Smith for Council President even though he had been Councilman-at-large for eight years. Again Glenn Cunningham against his better judgment made Smith Council President. As soon as he became Council President, DeGise and Gaughan told him that he should be the mayor not Cunningham. Smith immediately turned against the Cunningham administration.

L. Harvey voted against every important item the administration recommended. He even voted against the Rev. Ralph Brower's appointment to the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency. When State Senator Joe Charles decided to become a Superior Court Judge, DeGise and Gaughan told Smith they wanted him to run him against the first African American Mayor of Jersey City for State Senator. Smith was happy to be supported by the Hudson County Democratic Organization led by Tom DeGise and William Gaughan. Cunningham won the State Senate race with a devastating 9-1 margin of victory. Since his election to the City Council and Council President on the Cunningham ticket, Smith has always been an Uncle Tom for Tom DeGise and Bill Gaughan. When Glenn Cunningham died from a massive heart attack, DeGise did it to Smith again. Now they support Jerry Healy for mayor over their boy, their own personal Uncle Tom, L, Harvey Smith. When these two scoundrels threw Smith under the bus and supported Healy, Smith spoke before the Ministerial Alliance, stating that DeGise and Gaughan were racist. Now he see: they're racist. Smith, they were always racist. You just couldn't see it because your head was down, carrying water for these two, That is why we call you Uncle Harvey. Next we tell everybody why his widow barred you from Glenn Cunningham's funeral.

Question? Are the same people who put police at the polls for Gerry McCann in 1985 working for Lou Manzo? Didn't these parties cut the cables at Currie Woods Projects and have to pay $500,000 in civil rights violations? We know Lou Manzo will do anything to win an election. I guess that is why Gerry McCann is telling everybody that Lou Manzo does not need the African American vote to become mayor. Manzo better check McCann out before it is too late.

The L. Harvey Smith campaign is doing anything it can to get people to put a sign in their window or house. The Smith campaign is threatening business and homeowners to put up his signs or else. I guess Smith never heard of Wally Shield. When he casts his vote on November 2nd he should look up Wally Shield. The Lou Manzo campaign will put a sign on anything, including an outhouse, a doghouse, a cathouse or an abandoned house. Isn't it funny how the litter and posting ordinances don't seem to apply to Manzo's campaign?

Uncle Harvey's latest move in trying to fool the black community is coming, again. Uncle Harvey is passing out a 5x7 card with election colors red, white and green saying, "Don't let Flood dilute the Power". First and foremost let's address the issue of an Uncle Tom that ran for State Senate against the late Mayor Glenn D. Cunningham (for the same people that kicked him out of the big house), talking about dividing votes. The only power that will be diluted is the power Smith has stolen as a result of his double-dealing and backstabbing. Uncle Harvey if you're going to tell what happened in 1992 when Willie Flood ran for mayor, let's tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Willie Flood announced that she was running siz weeks before the filing date in August of 1992. Assemblyman Joe Charles filed at 3:45 pm on the last filing day. It was Assemblyman Joe Charles who split the African American vote and was labeled a sellout because he did what he did to protect Lou Manzo. And Republican Brett Schundler won the election. Now guess who ran on Bret Schundler's ticket? That's right, Uncle Harvey. So Uncle Harvey let's not get it twisted. You were the one who benefited from the "dilute the power" scheme then, and you're trying to use it to your advantage again.

Uncle Harvey says be careful or we could end up with nothing. Then he endorses Joe Doria for Senate, the man who stole the Cunningham State Senate seat and does nothing for Jersey City. Thanks Uncle Harvey, but we know we have to be careful. Uncle Harvey has already shown voters that they'll get nothing if they support him. L. Harvey Smith is the worst Uncle Tom we have ever had in Jersey City. On November 2nd let's retire Uncle Harvey, and stop him from defaming the names of Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X to hide his Uncle Tom ways. Let's keep hope alive by destroying this Unclde Tom in the upcoming elections, once and for all.

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