Thursday, June 02, 2005

NJ Politics--Is it Even Worth It?

It seems that the Republican nomination for Governor of New Jersey is all but locked up with Doug Forrester increasing his poll lead to double digits a week before the primary election. Despite the rampant corruption and sky-high taxes that have become associated with the powerful state Democratic party, voters are likely to make an also-ran of Forrester when he faces Sen. John Corzine in the general election. Corzine's probable election will undoubtedly be funded by his own personal wealth and should allow the state government to continue its trend toward high tax rates, fiscal irresponsibility, poorly distributed public funds and deteriorating public schools. And you wonder why some of us choose to move out of the Garden State...



Blogger poster said...

You clearly left New Jersey because you are a complete nerd and wanted to start a blog in DC. Stop the facade.
-- Eric

4:26 PM  
Anonymous kerner said...

If there is one thing I am sure of, its that Frank left NJ primarily as a protest against high taxes and fiscal irresponsibilty.

10:05 AM  
Anonymous Dad said...

He left to get away from his parents. --Anon

3:36 PM  

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