Historically bad ExxonMobil deal for New Jersey taxpayers
Struggling with New Jersey courts
Losing Hispanic support
CHRISTIE RESPONSE? GET ME OUT OF NEW JERSEY! JUST IN TIME FOR A POSSIBLE BRIDGEGATE INDICTMENT…
“We know that Chris Christie doesn’t like explaining himself to his constituents or the press. But after the rough few days he’s had, we can’t really blame him. Chris Christie got some pretty bad news this morning: new polling shows that under one quarter of his constituents feel he’d be a good president. This comes after a Rutgers-Eagleton poll last week showed that his disapproval numbers are the highest they have ever been since he was elected as governor of New Jersey. In fact, over half of registered voters (54 percent) in New Jersey said they disapproved of Chris Christie’s job performance. That poll shows that people in his own party are running for the exits, too. Christie’s approval rating among Republicans declined by 10 percent, while his disapproval rating increased by 11 percent. That’s not good news for Chris Christie, but it’s also not surprising.” –Kaylie Hanson, DNC spokesperson
Here’s what has been happening in New Jersey:
- · CONSTITUENTS WONDER IF CHRISTIE IS READY FOR PRIME TIME:
- · FUMBLING HIS WAY TO THE NEW JERSEY SUPREME COURT BY CALLING HIS OWN LEGISLATION UNCONSTITUTIONAL
- · FOR THE SECOND TIME, NEW JERSEY COURT BLOCKS CHRIS CHRISTIE’S ATTEMPT TO RAID NEW JERSEY AFFORDABLE HOUSING BUDGET
- · LOSING HISPANIC SUPPORT ON THE ROAD TO THE WHITE HOUSE:
“He is sending a strong and damaging message to the Latino community in New Jersey and across the nation… he is willing to walk away from his campaign promise to work in collaboration to fix the broken immigration system.”
Despite his desperation to win over Republicans outside of New Jersey, they’re rejecting him in a big way.
It’s been a rough few weeks for Chris Christie. So what’s his solution to solve his problems at home? Pack up and leave, of course!
Chris Christie will be holed up in New Hampshire this week, begging New Hampshire Republicans to come around on him. Then, he’ll travel to Washington DC to test out his foreign policy chops while New Jersey suffers.
Perfect time to get out of town…just in time for a possible Bridgegate indictment or two…
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