This is why you need to vote Libertarian. The 2 party system has conspired against you. Don’t allow the Republi-Crats to turn you into an accomplice of this ongoing crime by voting for them. If this article sickens you as much as it does me, join the NJLP.org/join , and run as a Libertarian this year for any office you can find. This can not be allowed to continue!
Read this please:
I am a second generation and lifelong resident of Bergen County. Ever since my grandparents immigrated from Germany and Italy, my family has called Bergen County its home for almost 100 years.
My parents, Ben and Lucille Rohrman raised their family of four children in Carlstadt – a small blue collar borough in Southern Bergen County. It was in this close knit town of hard working families that I gained my strong positive sense of community. Many of us were latch key kids looked after by neighbors, older siblings, and each other which fostered responsibility at a young age. We played hard and worked hard. My first jobs began at 11 years of age with a paper route and lawn cutting. While I may have only been an average academic student, the real life experiences and lessons learned growing up in the Carlstadt community provided me an impactful and cherished education that I draw upon every day of my adult life.
At nine years of age, I began playing youth football on a dare – a decision that would support my growth as a student, leader, and member of the community even today. My incredible coaches and experiences as a team member and captain were instrumental in the formation of my character and confidence. I played football throughout high school at Becton Regional in East Rutherford and continued playing after college starting middle linebacker for the New Jersey Giants, a semi-pro team based right here in Bergen County. In my mid to late 20’s, I also competed in Olympic style wrestling.
After completing my first year of college at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida, I enlisted in the United States Marine Corps where I quickly ascended to the position of Infantry Platoon Sergeant in charge of 39 highly motivated and heavily armed U.S. Marines. Shortly after joining the Marine Corps, I returned to Bergen County for the remainder of my education matriculating at Rutgers University, Newark Campus majoring in Computer Science.