In response to a recent call to clean up tent city, which was posted here on The Lakewood Scoop, Walter Goldeski has his own opinion on the matter. "I have to differ with your opinion that in America we live by rules. Since when do we live by rules in New Jersey? If we live by rules in New Jersey as the editorial states, how do you explain running red lights and yield signs, violating drinking laws and electing Frank Lautenberg to the U.S. Senate? If we live by rules in New Jersey, how do you explain thousands of illegal immigrants living here? The 30 or 40 people living in a tent city in Lakewood do not cost the taxpayers the hundreds of thousands of dollars that illegal immigrants in New Jersey cost the taxpayers. It's okay to be here illegally, but not to live in a tent and not bother anyone. Somehow, I must have my priorities mixed up".
Walter Goldeski, East Brunswick.Sl.