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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie: March 2010

 

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5:57 PM on May 19, 2010 
Governor Christie is right on. If there were more politicians, and corporate leaders for that matter, that can objectivley look at problems and devise long term strategic solutions this country could once again regain its glory days.
If a family tries to balance a budget and there are gaps in funding, the family doesn't go to the employer and demand more money . They objectively look at the expenses and see where things can be removed and where things can be cut back. Similarly, an honest and objective politician like Chris Christie won't ask the tax payers to pony up more money to pay for waste and excess, he reduces the waste and excess. Employment as a teacher or government employee is not a guarantee of lifetime employment. If your job is no longer needed for whatever reason the tax payers should not be required to continue to pay your salary, you get laidoff and look for a new job. If you are a hard worker and good at what you do you will find work- this is reality.

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