FROM PLAINTIFF NICHOLAS PURPURA
by Sharon Rondeau
(Apr. 10, 2012) — The Post & Email has spoken twice this afternoon with Nicholas Purpura, one of the plaintiffs in the New Jersey ballot challenge to eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama to have his name placed on the ballot for November.
Mr. Purpura has asked that we wait for one more piece of information before publishing news of the hearing today, but he told The Post & Email personally:
Here’s something I found out for you which I think is interesting. I was very pleased to tell everybody what a great job you did, and there were a number of people there who said, “Oh, yeah, we used to look at her site; it was really good, but now that she started charging, we dropped off.”
Purpura said that he answered, “Well, it’s a great website.” Purpura then told us, “I don’t want to see you lose any readership, because I think you do a heck of a job.”
We then said, “Many people want everything to be free,” to which Purpura said, “Well, we’re in an entitlement society.”
He then wishes us “a very blessed evening.” He sounded very tired but positive. A report on the ballot challenge will be published shortly.