More Like CT Every Day? Christie Admits NJ Must Raise Taxes

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\"\"New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie admits that in the aftermath of Sandy, taxes will rise:

“No one’s ever happy with higher taxes, but the fact is, what annoys people more than anything else is waste,” he said. “As long as they know that the money’s being spent in a way that’s helping to bring their town back to life, I think people will understand it’s got to be done.”

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3 thoughts on “More Like CT Every Day? Christie Admits NJ Must Raise Taxes

  1. Richard

    Christie’s pushing for local property tax increases (and federal FEMA money) which fits the GOP party line.

    If Greenwich needs more money than surely it wouldn’t be fair for them to look at the state. That only encourages people to continue building their ant hills in the same high risk places as in FLorida where FEMA is inadverdantly rewarding the building of substandard structures. It gets bad when people buy flood property on speculation because they can make money off the flood.

  2. johngaltwhereru

    Between Christie’s over-zealous butt sucking of Obama a week before the election and raising taxes, his future in the Republican Party is finished.

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