Skip to comments.If you tax them, they will leave
Posted on 04/19/2010 6:30:17 AM PDT by Millicent_Hornswaggle
f the citizens of New Jersey like candor, Chris Christie is the governor theyve been waiting for. Or I should say citizens of the failed state of New Jersey, as he tends to call it. Its a broken state and a state thats broke. New Jersey was in a shambles, he says, when he became governor in January. Its a fiscal basket case, suffering from the madness of tax increases and excessive government spending, a wonderful state thats been brought to the edge of bankruptcy and faces the ruination of its economy and the quality of life that we want all of our citizens to have. New Jersey has deceitful politics, and the defenders of the status quo . . . yell and scream and demonize those, like Christie, who seek change.
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Sorry Fred- the “quote mark police” have issued a warrant for your arrest
Add Michigan and California to the list with NJ, soon to be followed by New York.
I wish Christie’s attitude would rub off on other politicians with Severe Spending Disorder. Great article Fred. I like the use of all of the Christie quotes. :)
These people are why the South is becoming more liberal. They are going down there and voting for the same handouts they got up in the northeast because they want something for nothing and are too stupid to understand the consequences of their actions.
***too stupid to understand the consequences of their actions.***
You got that right! We need a new motto, “No representation without taxation.” If you don’t pay taxes, you DON’T get to vote.
which is why the U.N. keeps angling for Global Taxation...to bring an end to “unfair tax competition”, dontcha know...