October 31, 2009
This afternoon we heard a lot about Christie’ s attack ads on radio and TV. Today he was in my area. I kept following his trail.
Check this link… Warren County
I will post news later, as there is a lot going on in Warren County, starting from the Freeholder race to Senate. I will share things later. Keep checking back. I may find a minute to post pictures. It will tell you the story. A lot is coming out.
For now Let me share the Corzine Campaign note to NJ Voters. Below is not my writing. I am just distributing it….because this election is very important. We can not let NJ go for Red. It will be sucidal.
Message from the Corzine Campaign.
“The campaign isn’t even over and Chris Christie is already breaking his promises.
We’ve known all along that Chris Christie’s plan for dealing with our state’s budget is a fantasy — that’s exactly what the Star Ledger called it — but we didn’t expect that he’d break those empty promises even before the votes are counted.
Yesterday Christie admitted in the New York Times that his entire campaign has been based on empty promises and failed economic policies.
In fact the only thing he will still do is give tax breaks to the very wealthy by breaking his promises to the middle class.
Christie now says he will not restore property tax rebates, contrary to what he promised.
Christie now says will not roll back the sales tax, contrary to what he promised.
Christie now says he will use “one-shot” revenues to close the budget deficit, contrary to what he promised.
Christie now says he will not reduce income taxes, contrary to what he promised.
The one promise he is sticking with is that he will hand out more tax breaks to big corporations and to the wealthiest, which will raise taxes on the middle class.
The truth is the only economic policies that Chris Christie is staying true to are the same failed economic policies that George W. Bush employed that got the country into this mess in the first place. And now he wants to bring them to New Jersey.
Time and time again, Chris Christie shows that he continues to be extremely wrong when it matters most.
October 30, 2009
Ok guys, sorry I have not been updating you with Warren county Election news.
Growing our grass root and standing up for bullies. We have three endorsements, here is one of them
I will update you more with what Brian and I have been up too. You will be jumping and clapping. I have to go canvassing now.
October 29, 2009
This statement is not my writing, I am sharing it because the Corzine Campaign wants us to pass it on. Please feel free to share this information with your friends and family.
“”Today, a widely-respected poll showed that we’re up by 5 points heading into the final week of the campaign. The momentum is building for our campaign because New Jerseyans continue to learn about the very real differences between Jon Corzine and Chris Christie.
As President Obama, Vice President Biden, and former-President Clinton highlighted last week, those differences could not be more clear:
Corzine is Expanding Health Insurance
Jon Corzine expanded health coverage for over 100,000 more kids and signed legislation to require insurance companies to cover autism screenings.
Christie Sides With Insurers
Chris Christie would give insurance companies free rein to drop coverage for critical procedures like mammograms and autism screenings and would give them $100 million in tax breaks.
Corzine is Protecting Paid Family Leave
Jon Corzine is one of a handful of governors to pass paid family leave that lets people care for newborns or sick relatives while still getting paid.
Christie Isn’t Standing with NJ Families
Chris Christie opposes paid family leave, and would allow hospitals to discharge new mothers less than 24 hours after they’ve given birth.
Corzine Defends The Right To Choose
Jon Corzine strongly supports a woman’s right to choose.
Christie is Anti-Choice
Chris Christie supports a constitutional amendment to ban abortion.
Corzine Has Provided Historic Tax Relief
Jon Corzine has provided more property tax relief than any other Governor in New Jersey history.
Christie’s $2 Billion In New Taxes
Chris Christie said he would side with right wing governors and reject $5 billion in federal stimulus funds, including money for education, which would lead to a direct $2 billion increase in property taxes.
Corzine Supports Responsible Gun Laws
Jon Corzine fought for a one handgun per month law. Christie Is Backed By The Gun Lobby
Chris Christie is backed by the gun lobby and even opposes banning guns that fire bullets to pierce a cop’s bulletproof vest.
Corzine Has Made Education A Priority
Although he cut state spending, Jon Corzine increased funding for New Jersey schools by $1.8 billion and expanded pre-K education.
Christie Thinks It’s “Babysitting”
Chris Christie calls early childhood education “babysitting” and his rejection of federal stimulus funds would have undercut the real progress we’ve made in educating our kids.
Corzine Stands With President Obama
Jon Corzine is endorsed by President Barack Obama, and is in step with our President’s vision for our country. Together, they will work to lead our state and our country out of this global recession.
Christie Stands With President Bush
Chris Christie would side with other right-wing governors to obstruct Barack Obama’s agenda and would have rejected federal stimulus funds, driving up our property taxes by over $2 billion.
These are just some of the issues that are going to make a real difference in the lives of New Jersey’s families over the next four years. We need a governor who is going to fight for what matters, not one who is going to stand with big companies, the gun lobby, and the insurance industry.
We’re in the home stretch and things are looking good, but we cannot let up. I’m asking you to please share this email with as many friends and family in New Jersey as you can, and inform them about the very real differences between Jon Corzine and Chris Christie.
Jon Corzine shares our values, has a vision for New Jersey’s prosperity, and will work with President Obama to move our state forward. Chris Christie will not.
The stakes in this election are huge, and our future — my family’s and your family’s — will be significantly impacted by who our governor is over the next four years. I’m asking you to stand with Jon Corzine and Loretta Weinberg on Tuesday, November 3rd. ”
Campaign Manger, Corzine 09
October 22, 2009
The Obama factor in Corzine race makes a difference
Proloy Bhatta reported this poll
- Corzine (D) 39, Christie (R) 36, Daggett (I) 20.
- 3500 people show up at an Obama-Corzine rally.
- Obama hopes his 87-percent approval rating in New Jersey helps Corzine.
October 21, 2009
This week candidates debates in Warren and Hunterdon County.
All Debates where clear except for the Freeholder Candidates’s debate. I knew that attack could not be aired.
Warren County Freeholder
The act by GOP candidates and their supporters taking down all Democrats candidates Road signs and puting theirs up is pissing me off.
NJ District 23 State Senate
District 23 General Assembly
October 10, 2009
Rachel Maddow: The Nobel Prize & Obama Derangement Syndrome
Reaction around the world.
U.S. Airman Frederick Jones“Because of him, the rest of the world is starting to see us in a more positive way. I’m very excited about this,” – U.S. Airman Frederick Jones, at the Kandahar Airfield in Afghanistan “
French President said this:
“It sets the seal on America’s return to the heart of all the world’s peoples … I am convinced that everyone, all over the world, will draw from this an even stronger determination to cooperate with you and with America to achieve these common objectives.” – French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
“Under your leadership, you have begun making peace a reality and making it a key issue on the agenda, which must be realized. From Jerusalem I express my confidence that the bells of understanding and dialogue between the nations will start ringing again.” – Shimon Peres, Israeli President.
“There will be a lot to do but a window of possibilities has been opened and his engagement for a world free of nuclear weapons is an aim that we all have to implement in the next years.” — German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
“The president has consistently shown that he is committed to reaching out to other nations and positioning America to once again be the global leader for peace and prosperity. This is a great honor for our country and reminds us all of the promise our nation holds.”-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, R-Calif.
Former President Jimmy Carter“A bold statement of international support for his vision,” Former President Jimmy Carter, 2002 Nobel winner
“It was an unexpected but inspired choice. In an increasingly challenging and volatile world, President Obama has given a sense of hope and optimism to millions around the world.” – Kofi Annan
October 10, 2009
Democrat candidate for LT Governor Loretta Weinberg was pressed with the question whether Chris Christie is fat. This guy was lucky. If he asked me the same question, I would have given him the answer he was looking for? Or just the short answer ” what do you think? you brought up the question I guess you should tell us.
What is your answer???????? I guess he is slim. Too much French fries and Hot dogs I guess. But who cares, weight is not that important. The problem I have is, Christie does not have any plan.
Update:What are Christie’s policies? For example his stand on health Insurance and cutting taxes for the wealthy, is his plan. I do not trust Chris Christie at all. On Insurance,
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