Turning Out Christie Crowd

Governor Chris Christie will hold a town hall meeting tomorrow in Kenilworth where our boy scouts are unlikely to complain about delays in getting Sandy aid so he will be free to repeat budget and pension reform talking points.

The event is taking place as Kenilworth schools are letting out so there should be enough stragglers to fill the auditorium but just in case….


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These are campaign events and whereas other 2016 candidates dip into their PAC money Christie again gets to use New Jersey taxpayer and, in this case, Kenilworth money to put on his show.

2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Anonymous on March 31, 2015 at 10:56 pm

    NJ bondholders & vendors you’re next – if Pension funds go, the doomsday economic ripple effect will be NJ’s “Great Recession”

    Reply

  2. Posted by Anonymous on May 24, 2015 at 9:03 am

    TL and devout followers; individuals presenting a right wing conservative perspective based on half-truths and lies.

    TL continual posts repetitive misinformation citing sources with extreme ideology. Yet sumarial dismisses other posts with conflicting opinions and sources.

    Specifically, purposely misstated the tax status of public pensions in the following post; https://burypensions.wordpress.com/2015/05/22/christie-curses-out-nj-media/#comments When called to task tried to double talk their way out of it. Standard operating procedure for most of their commentary.

    Fair and equal for all is the mantra. Fair enough, but not when I suggest Federal workers and members of our beloved Armed Forces be part of the bigger conversation. The response, they’re different. But why, because they risk their lives like first responders at home. Their DBP are paid with Federal tax dollars as opposed to State or Local. Everyone knew the job risks when they accepted employment. But they also knew what their salary, pension, and benefits were supposed to be.

    To blame and demonize public workers for the current situation is unfair and untrue. Do politicians make “deals” with unions that don’t always have the taxpayers best interest? I think everyone knows the answer to that is yes. But politicians are always making “deals” it’s what they do. Just ask the various segment market corporations; defense spending (lucrative contracts), farming (subsidies) and the list goes on and on.

    Your bully tactics and demeaning attitude only motivate me more to push back your parties ridiculous vision for NJ and America. Yes I’m sure John knows all of our IP address, so you and your business name can be exposed as well.

    The purpose of continually posting this comment is to allow the counterpoint perspective to be heard. I will no longer personally engage your comments tit for tat.

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