Governor Christie: What Happened? I Don't Know.

  • Thursday, March 20, 2014
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Governor Christie: They can’t say they’re against it because they all voted for it. This is a time when you should be really wary of a politician. When a politician is quiet, that’s a problem, right? Most times politicians are always talking. You don’t always believe what they’re saying, but they’re always talking. When they’re quiet like this, that means something’s afoot. So it’s 11 days left. It’s time for them to stand up and say where they stand. Do they stand with you to keep the arbitration cap in place and to continue the progress we’ve made on property taxes in this state? Or do they stand with the special interests who supported them in their election campaigns? It’s a pretty simple question. All 40 of you voted for it in the Senate. 76 of the 80 of you voted for it in the Assembly. This is not a Republican or Democrat issue everybody. It wasn’t four years ago. It should not be now. Why all of a sudden is it becoming partisan now? Something changed. It wasn’t that inflation went up to 5 or 6% is it? No. What happened? I don’t know.
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