Articles by " Matthew Hindin"
14 Nov
2009
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This 2012 Apocalypse Hype is Propaganda for Obama!

I’m sure you’ve all heard this 2012 Apocalypse stuff.   They cite Nostradamus and the Mayan calendar, which ends December 21, 2012, whatever that means.  This 2012 hype is all over television and internet, and there’s even a movie called 2012.   Well, here’s my theory:

The 2012 Apocalypse Hype is Propaganda for Obama.  The Left wants to scare people. because when people are scared, they vote for the incumbent, and the incumbent is Barack Obama.  In 2004, people were scared of terrorism and voted for the incumbent, George Bush.  But the date clinches it for me.  December 21, 2012, more than a month after Election Day, so the fear-mongers will frighten the voters, and help reelect Obama.  Then, in December, we will all see that there is no apocalypse, that the 2012 hype was just hype.  If the world was going to end earlier in 2012, it wouldn’t help Obama, so that’s why the Left chose December 21.

So, please ignore this 2012 Apocalypse hype, and help to destroy it, and help to defeat Barack Hussein Obama and save America from the Left.

4 Nov
2009
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The Left’s Citadel just moved a little to the Right

Chris Christie is the next Governor of New Jersey, and Bob McDonnell is the next Governor of Virginia.  Rob Astorino beat Andy Spano for Westchester County Executive.  But the GOP victories last night were not limited to other places.  Yes, NYC, the Left’s Citadel, just moved a little to the Right.  I’m not talking about Mike Bloomberg. 

The City Council went from three Republicans to four.  Vinny Ignizio (SI), James Oddo (SI) and Eric Ulrich (Queens) all won reelection, and Dan Halloran (Queens) will join them in the City Council.   New York City is still the Left’s Citadel, but little by little, we are going to storm the castle and turn this city to the Right.

~ Matthew Hindin, NYYRC and NYSYR Campaign Chair

1 Oct
2009
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If only Obama had Netanyahu’s guts

Have you no shame? Have you no decency?“, asked Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of nations who give legitimacy to Holocaust-denier Ahmadinejad, in his speech to the United Nations last week.  The speech was a tour de force, and it was the speech that the “Leader of the Free World,” the President of the United States, should have given.  But Barack Obama does not have the guts of Bibi Netanyahu.  The speech prompted many people, including me, to think, “I may be an American, but Obama is not my President, Netanyahu is my President.”  Barack Obama may not be a terrorist himself, but he is the closest thing to a terrorist-sympathizer the White House has ever seen.  Jimmy Carter is second.  So I wish Obama had Netanyahu’s guts, but I also wish he had Netanyahu’s world view.  Obama is a danger to Israel, to America, and to the world.

2 Sep
2009
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Summary of GOP Chairman Forum

Summary of GOP Chairman Forum

By Matthew Hindin

            On Tuesday, September 1, 2009, the New York Republican County Committee (“NYRCC”) hosted a forum for the candidates to succeed Joe Mondello as Chairman of the New York Republican State Committee.  In attendance were district leaders, state committee members, club presidents, candidates and media.

            After introductory remarks from the executive director of the NYRCC, Jason Weingartner, the candidates for Chairman spoke.  First, Daniel Isaacs announced that he was withdrawing his name from contention, and said that both of the remaining candidates, Ed Cox and Henry Wojtaszek, were excellent choices.  Ed Cox, who has served Presidents, Governors and the Republican Party for decades, spoke first.  Cox discussed his strategy for fundraising, campaigning and communication.  Henry Wojtaszek, the dynamic Niagara County GOP Chairman, then stressed the failures of the party, and outlined his plan for relentlessly revitalizing the party. 

             After the opening statements, the candidates took questions from the audience.  The questions included how each candidate would give young Republicans and minority groups more of a voice in the statewide party, and how the statewide party would support local candidates.  Both Cox and Wojtaszek demonstrated their unique experiences and abilities.  Cox explained his contact with influential Republicans nationwide, his efforts statewide, and his intimacy with New York City.  Wojtaszek displayed his knowledge of new communication technologies and guerilla campaigning, and his relentless passion for revitalizing the party.

             Cox and Wojtaszek then mingled with the audience.  The next Chairman will be elected at the meeting which must be called within fifteen days after the September 15 primary.

15 Apr
2009
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Meet me at SW corner of Barclay & Broadway

If you are a NYYRC member and you are coming to the Tax Day Tea Party in a couple of hours in City Hall Park, meet me at the Southwest corner of Barclay and Broadway. That’s the SW corner of Barclay and Broadway, NOT West Broadway. When you enter “Broadway and Barclay” into Google Maps, it only brings up “W Broadway and Barclay.” So I guess when you look for Virginia, you should be given West Virginia.

~ Matthew Hindin
NYYRC Campaign Chair

23 Mar
2009
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AP covers Monserrate indictment, omits his party affiliation

As if you needed more proof of the liberal media bias and death of journalism, check out this AP article, where the Associated Press covers the indictment of Queens state senator Hiram Monserrate, and omits one key piece of information – his party affiliation.

Hiram Monserrate is a Democrat. If he was an indicted Republican, the AP and every other member of the “drive-by” liberal media would gleefully include that fact. What did Hiram do? On December 19, Hiram slashed his girlfriend’s face with broken glass, and the gash over her eye required 25 stitches. Of course, Hiram claimed his innocence, just like every guilty criminal. He said it was an accident, like the stabber whose defense is “she walked into my knife.”

Again, if Hiram was a Republican, that fact would be in the story. But the drive-by liberal media doesn’t report the news anymore. They report whatever will advance their cause. Journalism is dead. Journalism is now pure propaganda.

12 Mar
2009
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Get on the BUS, and come to TROY!

NYSYR Tedisco Campaign Weekend in Troy, NY.
March 21-22, 2009

The NYYRC is going to rent a bus, which will leave from Manhattan on Saturday, March 21 at 7 a.m., tentatively. I am going up to Troy on Friday night, but Jen Gallacher will be there Saturday morning, and Villamor Asuncion will be on the bus with you. We are renting the bus because we expect about 30 people.

The bus will leave Troy on Sunday night, after dinner. So please confirm that you are definitely in, so we can arrange the bus and the hotel rooms. If you are definitely coming, you must let me and Jen Gallacher know, so we can get you a spot on the bus and a hotel room.

The club will book the hotel room, and pay your registration, food and transportation. If you don’t confirm that you are definitely coming, we can’t book a hotel room for you. More information is available at http://www.nysyr.us/events/2009_Spring_Meeting.pdf .

Republican Jim Tedisco, currently the minority leader in the Assembly, is running for Congress against Democrat Scott Murphy, in Congressional District 20, the seat vacated by Kirsten Gillibrand. The Special Election is Tuesday, March 31. Our goal is to retake the House, and that goal begins with Jim Tedisco on March 31!

So get on the bus, and I’ll see you in Troy!

~ Matthew Hindin
NYYRC Campaign Chair
campaign@nyyrc.com

5 Mar
2009
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MARCH 20-22 TEDISCO CAMPAIGN WEEKEND

March 20-22, 2009
TROY, NEW YORK
Come to Troy, NY for the NYSYR Spring Meeting and Tedisco Campaign Weekend, March 20-22, 2009.   Republican Jim Tedisco, currently the minority leader in the Assembly, is running for Congress against Democrat Scott Murphy, in Congressional District 20, the seat vacated by Kirsten Gillibrand.   The Special Election is Tuesday, March 31.  
Just ten days before that special election, the NYSYR is having its spring meeting.  After the meeting Saturday morning, the entire afternoons of Saturday and Sunday will be spent campaigning.  
Hotel, meeting, location, schedule and transportation information, as well as the official registration form, can be found:
The NYYRC will pay the $40 registration fee, and will pay for your transportation.  If you drive, the NYYRC will pay your gas.  We plan to rent cars, and leave from Manhattan. 
Questions can be directed to me, Matthew Hindin, at campaigns@nyyrc.com.
Besides campaigning, we will enjoy the Troy nightlife and celebrate Lynn Krogh’s birthday in her hometown.  
I’ll be there.  See you in Troy!
~ Matthew Hindin
NYYRC Campaign Chair
27 Feb
2009
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NYSYR Spring Board Meeting & Targeted Campaign Weekend

New York State Young Republicans (NYSYR)
Spring Board Meeting and Targeted Campaign Weekend
March 20-22, 2009.

Hotel, meeting, location, schedule and transporation information, as well as the official registration form, can be found in this google document.

See ya in Troy!

25 Feb
2009
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Obama picks Israel-hater to chair National Intelligence Council

Check out Gabriel Schoenfeld’s Opinion Article in the Wall Street Journal, about President Obama picking Charles “Chas” Freeman Jr. for chairman of the National Intelligence Council. Freeman is a notorious China apologist, Israel basher, Palestinian apologist, and Islamic Terrorist apologist.

Freeman was the President of the Middle East Policy Council (MEPC), which in 2006 published the controversial and disgusting essay, “The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy” by John J. Mearsheimer and Stephen M. Walt. Freeman himself defended the article and endorsed its thesis, that American Jews have a “stranglehold” on the U.S. Congress, which they employ to tilt the U.S. toward Israel at the expense of broader American interests. It pains me to even write those words, those lies. But it doesn’t bother Barack Obama.

I am a Jew. I spent months warning every Jew I could that Barack Obama was bad for Israel, bad for Jews, and good for Islamic Terrorists. But none of my friends and family listened. And John McCain refused to say it. On Election Day, 78% of Jews voted for Obama. Mayor Bloomberg went to Florida to tell old Jewish people that Obama was not a Moslem. Jews went to Florida to tell their grandparents to vote for Obama. I am disappointed and ashamed that eight out of ten Jews voted for this man. Now, to quote Jeremiah Wright, our “chickens are coming home to roost.” Obama is appointing as many Israel-haters and Jew-haters as he can. You can decide for yourself if Obama himself hates Israel and hates Jews.