Sunday, October 4, 2009

Christie fights "Corruption"

Chris Christie, who was asked how he would close a projected $8 billion budget deficit and keep campaign pledges to cut taxes and boost spending on rebates and other programs, didn't offer a specific response. He instead said the other candidates would raise taxes and that the state would have spent and taxed $35 billion less in the previous eight years if spending growth was kept to the rate of inflation.

"People tell you all the time you can't do this, the same way they told me that I couldn't fight corruption when I was U.S. Attorney,'' Christie said of balancing the budget.

I'd like to see Christie put on the tights and fight "Corruption" in a no-holds-barred smackdown.
He'd probably do just as well as fighting "Obesity".

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