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Go Christie, its your birthday

Go Christie, its your birthday

We gonna party like its your birthday

Drink Baccardi like its your birthday

Because we all love you and your birthday

Elliot Ness getting the untouchables again

YOU GO BOY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Great Work done by our Governor so far. Gotta get after these high paid municipal positions next. The waste of taxpayer dollars has got many families scrambling to pay for their bills, but the fat cats making over $100,000.00 and up have no problem and do not realize what the common person goes through in trying to make ends meet. CUT THE SALARIES NOT ONLY THE MAYORS SECRETARIES BUT ALSO THE WASTE OF MONEY SPENT ON HIRING FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF THE MOOCHERS. THANK YOU GOVERNOR CHRISTIE FOR A JOB WELL DONE. PLEASE COME TO HARRISON NEXT

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I don't think anyone can disagree with you on that one. That's a home run. The salaries of the nepotism, patronage, no work, and no show jobs in Harrison is what is jeapordizing public safety. The thing is, they will continue to drain the towns money and when things get really bad the people with these high paying jobs, who all own multiple homes namely down the shore, will just move out of town to their real primary residences and will rent their other house(s) in Harrison for whatever they can get. It's no secret. They are already starting to take off and leave the mess and destruction of Harrison behind without ever thinking about the people who are stuck in Harrison and cannot sell their homes due to the property tax monster. 2% for the next three years, then right back up to the 20% area to make up for it. It's a shame. They have no morals at all.

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Great Work done by our Governor so far. Gotta get after these high paid municipal positions next. The waste of taxpayer dollars has got many families scrambling to pay for their bills, but the fat cats making over $100,000.00 and up have no problem and do not realize what the common person goes through in trying to make ends meet. CUT THE SALARIES NOT ONLY THE MAYORS SECRETARIES BUT ALSO THE WASTE OF MONEY SPENT ON HIRING FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF THE MOOCHERS. THANK YOU GOVERNOR CHRISTIE FOR A JOB WELL DONE. PLEASE COME TO HARRISON NEXT

PLEASE COME TO HARRISON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WE NEED HELP

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To say he S**ks you must have worked at PVSC and now have to find a real job. That's too bad for you. He will eventually start hammering these small yet corrupt as you can get small town governments and maybe, in the short run anyway, things will get better for a while. Things will eventually go back to the old way of doing things because greed will never stop but at least he is trying.

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I think the millionaires are completely fine as long as the other cuts are made as promised. Why should a person be punished for being successfull in life? Being a success may inspire the future generations to want to do better and follow the same path. Being no better than anyone else on the block and being satisfied with that is no inspiration to a person in their formative years. Should a person who sucessfully develops a method of curing pople by stem cell research and becomes wealthy due to that leap for mankind be punished? Think before you speak.

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MAYBE LEROY IS RIGHTITS A MONEY GRAB ALL THE WAY. :ninja:

Superintendents for N.J. charter schools able to skirt salary caps imposed by Christie

Published: Sunday, March 20, 2011, 6:35 PM Updated: Sunday, March 20, 2011, 6:35 PM

By The Associated Press

TRENTON — While New Jersey's public schools are facing salary caps for their superintendents, charter schools don't have the same restrictions.

A report in The Record of Bergen County finds that that heads of some small charter schools earn more than $150,000. Gov. Chris Christie has limited public school superintendents of small districts to salaries of $120,000 to $135,000 or less.

Christie didn't respond to questions from the newspaper about the difference in policy.

Charter schools are publicly funded but operate independently of local school districts. New Jersey has 73 charter schools and another 23 are scheduled to open. The governor has indicated that he favors the expansion of charter schools in the state. :ninja::ninja:

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Poor Leroy didn't get the same opportunity as everyone else in his pitifull lonely life. I think I have heard that excuse before. While you are out on the street moving merchandise at night, put a little aside for Governor Christies re-election campaign when it happens. Maybe he will give you a J. O. B.

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SAY WHAT....

Christie's budget cuts left N.J. schools unable to provide 'thorough and efficient' education, judge rules

Published: Tuesday, March 22, 2011, 1:00 PM Updated: Tuesday, March 22, 2011, 5:17 PM

By Jeanette Rundquist/The Star-Ledger

TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie's deep cuts to state school aid last year left New Jersey's schools unable to provide a "thorough and efficient" education to the state's nearly 1.4 million school children, a Superior Court judge found today.

Judge Peter Doyne, who was appointed as special master in the long-running Abbott vs. Burke school funding case, today issued an opinion that also found the reductions "fell more heavily upon our high risk districts and the children educated within those districts."

"Despite spending levels that meet or exceed virtually every state in the country, and that saw a significant increase in spending levels from 2000 to 2008, our 'at risk' children are now moving further from proficiency," he said.

The Abbott vs. Burke case landed back in court after the Education Law Center, a Newark-based school advocacy group, filed a motion charging that Christie's aid cuts violated the state's school funding formula.

Christie slashed state aid by $820 million last year, and Doyne found that altogether, the state would have needed twice that much — $1.6 billion — to fully fund the School Funding Reform Act formula.

Following arguments before the Supreme Court earlier this year, Doyne was appointed to hold a hearing on the case, and issue recommendations.

The state Attorney General's Office argued that the cuts were necessary because of New Jersey's dire financial situation. Doyne acknowledged that, but still found against the state.

"The difficulty in addressing New Jersey's fiscal crisis and its constitutionally mandated obligation to educate our children requires an exquisite balance not easily attained," Doyne wrote. "Something need be done to equitably address these competing imperatives. That answer, though, is beyond the purview of this report. For the limited question posed to the Master, it is clear the State has failed to carry its burden."

The finding now goes back to the New Jersey Supreme Court, which can choose to act on it.

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Please get your facts straight. The so called millionaire's tax ($400k and over) expired under the Corzine Administration on 12/31/2009. That is how the law was written by the Dems. When Christie took office that tax did not exsist. Facts are Facts....

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Great Work done by our Governor so far. Gotta get after these high paid municipal positions next. The waste of taxpayer dollars has got many families scrambling to pay for their bills, but the fat cats making over $100,000.00 and up have no problem and do not realize what the common person goes through in trying to make ends meet. CUT THE SALARIES NOT ONLY THE MAYORS SECRETARIES BUT ALSO THE WASTE OF MONEY SPENT ON HIRING FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF THE MOOCHERS. THANK YOU GOVERNOR CHRISTIE FOR A JOB WELL DONE. PLEASE COME TO HARRISON NEXT

OH YEA PLEASE COME TOO HARRISON.....PPLLLEEEEAAAASSSSEEEEEE.

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I don't think anyone can disagree with you on that one. That's a home run. The salaries of the nepotism, patronage, no work, and no show jobs in Harrison is what is jeapordizing public safety. The thing is, they will continue to drain the towns money and when things get really bad the people with these high paying jobs, who all own multiple homes namely down the shore, will just move out of town to their real primary residences and will rent their other house(s) in Harrison for whatever they can get. It's no secret. They are already starting to take off and leave the mess and destruction of Harrison behind without ever thinking about the people who are stuck in Harrison and cannot sell their homes due to the property tax monster. 2% for the next three years, then right back up to the 20% area to make up for it. It's a shame. They have no morals at all.

MORALS, I DO NOT THINK THEY EVEN KNOW WHAT MORALS ARE.....

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