Christie to make NYC media stop in Hoboken

9/29/2010:

Christie loves Hoboken due to NYC media proximity

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie should consider moving to Hoboken, as it’ll make his media appearances a lot easier (and save taxpayer money on gas, etc.)

Christie is making a pit stop in Hoboken on Thursday, September 30th at 2pm. He’ll be speaking at the Elysian Charter School (301 Garden St.) to unveil his Charter School plan.

This week’s appearance won’t have nearly the same excitement and interest as his “Tax Cap” event back in May 2010. He chooses Hoboken because he’s likely to have the largest NYC media coverage possible.

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wiskeytango1
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wiskeytango1

guess we should have voted for the other guy who is just a jerkey..but. remember criss
made sure he eliemated the power of hudson county by the sting operation in hudson
county,aka russo and the jersey city mob..He is no fool ..hudson county was the dem strong hold and he won ..how about that?when are you yup shims gonna wake up.hey by the way its raining and didnt broom hilda promise the pumps??? in your ear . 😀

Rise From The Ashes
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Rise From The Ashes

That man has more chins than a Chinese phone book….Fat man in a little coat….

mooshu
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mooshu

Guy. It’s “fat GUY in a little coat.” Not being a b*tch here– I just really love that movie, Tommy Boy. One of my favorites. So thought I’d insert the correct quote, here :).

http://movieclips.com/watch/tommy-boy-1995/fat-guy-in-a-little-coat/
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Um, regards the party at Elysian Charter today, I haven’t seen so many police cars, ambulances and overall displays of authoritative arrogance such as the ones I saw earlier– annoying hype, really– in some time. Really missed thinking to myself, “WTF, hope no one is seriously hurt!”. Really missed thinking that… and having my concern for another’s welfare deflated by a run-in with Dawn Zimmer.

Seriously, was all the hoopla NECESSARY?

[quote comment=”198149″]That man has more chins than a Chinese phone book….Fat man in a little coat….[/quote]

bmoc04
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bmoc04

We should privatize some roads. Some states have done it (Chicago Skyway, Indiana Toll Road to name a few). This state is in the shape its in due to the Democratic polical machine that has run it for so long giving cushy state jobs with endless benefits to all of the idiots that applied. It’s about time someone stopped the handouts, pensions, disability payments, sick pay, and all of these fringe deals for stupid state employees.

MF
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i am not a gay man, but i can comfortably say i love this man, for his efforts to undo the harm caused by all the libs.

hobokenj
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hobokenj

Are you insane Corzine was good.

We have the highest taxes in the country. Its about time someone comes in and gets rid of some government services and privatizes as much as possible. Without the gov’t tit to suck off things like NJ Transit will have to learn to run efficiently and tell the unions no more free lunch.

money.cnn.com/2010/09/30/pf/taxes/highest_property_taxes/index.htm

homeworld
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A lot of Christie’s privatization will just end up costing tax payers more money for professional services. It’s a give back to businesses.

Yes NJ Transit receives government subsidies, but the roads and highways receive a lot more. You pay more per mile to travel on a highway than you do to travel on rail.

So if you want NJ Transit to stop sucking off the gov’t tit, should we privative the roads, too? [quote comment=”198089″]Are you insane Corzine was good. We have the highest taxes in the country. Its about time someone comes in and gets rid of some government services and privatizes as much as possible. Without the gov’t tit to suck off things like NJ Transit will have to learn to run efficiently and tell the unions no more free lunch. [/quote]

hobokenj
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hobokenj

I agree with what bm0c04.

Under the state a toll collector gets benefits and pension and all this other stuff. In a private company you would be looked tat for what you are, a unskilled laborer. And there is nothing wrong with that. Its an honest days work. Problem is that under city.state/federal employees an unskilled worker have big unions and get paid way to much and way to many benefits. And why shouldn’t they, just keep taxing and raising fines etc to pay for it all. No accountability.

Not everything can or should be privatized. But we need more shared services and privatization. Smaller government. Keep the services, loose the employees and layers of govt to provide those services.

For example, we have over 600 school districts in this state. If we cut that in half think of the administrative cost saved that could lower taxes or be put to teachers, technology etc. .
[quote comment=”198099″]A lot of Christie’s privatization will just end up costing tax payers more money for professional services. It’s a give back to businesses. Yes NJ Transit receives government subsidies, but the roads and highways receive a lot more. You pay more per mile to travel on a highway than you do to travel on rail. So if you want NJ Transit to stop sucking off the gov’t tit, should we privative the roads, too? [/quote]

professor pinetop
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professor pinetop

we’ve had the highest taxes in the country for a very long time. whitman engaged in deficit spending. we have bizarre bond debts – we still owe money on the giants stadium that got demolished to make way for the new one, the tolls on the turnpike covered it’s costs in the sixties, now they cover the debt incurred from frequent, unnecessary re-bonding. if you want to get your bile up, read “The Soprano State”.

we need honest leadership but we also need government services. privatization, vouchers and other republican buzzwords will only hasten the decline of the middle class and increase the gulf between the rich and the impoverished multitudes.

when we privatize, someone makes money off what should be the public good; classic trickle down bs. voodoo economics would still be the term that best fits.[quote comment=”198089″]Are you insane Corzine was good. We have the highest taxes in the country. Its about time someone comes in and gets rid of some government services and privatizes as much as possible. Without the gov’t tit to suck off things like NJ Transit will have to learn to run efficiently and tell the unions no more free lunch. [/quote]

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