Corruption Scandal Hits Congress. Another reason to vote Daggett

The corruption in the two party political system doesn’t end in NJ. An ongoing corruption scandal involving members of congress just keeps getting bigger.

The seven members — five Democrats and two Republicansreceived campaign donations from clients of the firm while sponsoring federal spending on projects that benefited the clients. In exchange they have given billions of dollars of pork or earmarks to the lobbyists who where paying them off.

With the election just a few days ago, another corruption scandal of this magnitude just gives us one more in a long list of reasons to vote for Chris Daggett. A vote for Jon Corzine or Chris Christie just condones the corrupt two party system to continue to keep ripping of taxpayers to make its cronies rich.

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Will Chris Daggett Run for President of the United States?

In an interview with the New York times, Independent Candidate Chris Daggett told NY times reporter David M. Halbfinger that come election day win or lose, thinking about using his campaign as a platform for “talking on a broader level outside of New Jersey about the independence movement.” What exactly does Chris Daggett mean by a “broader level” outside of NJ? Perhaps Chris Daggett will run for President of the United States. It is a possibility, voters this year are irate and independent and it looks like a trend that will not go away any time soon.

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Daggett Pledge – The Vote for Daggett Pledge Counter

There is now a new badge to help spread the word about the Daggett Pledge.

Here is the Badge. If you haven’t done so pledge your vote. The premise is simple, if enough people pledge their votes then you pledge to vote for Daggett.

If you haven’t done so, pledge your vote then help to get vote pledges:

HTML Code for the Daggett Pledge Counter:

Hunterdon County Democratic Endorses Chris Daggett

In a shocking endorsement the Hunterdon County Democratic rebuked the Corrupt two party system in NJ and endorsed Chris Daggett for Governor along with republicans and independents for other offices in NJ. The endorsement follows a long line of endorsements given to Chris Daggett from newspapers all around NJ.

Just one more reason you should pledge your vote for Christ Daggett.

In the Hunterdon County Democratic endorsement of Chris Daggett they say:

This time, both parties have failed and the voters’ best choice is the independent Chris Daggett. Unencumbered by party, he would have to pursue compromises and alliances that would break the partisan gridlock.

Most of the positive vision advanced in the campaign has been by Daggett. His ideas have set the agenda, especially on framing the hard choices to balance the state budget and all its repercussions – like tax increases, the future of property tax rebates, aid to schools and forcing reform on state workers’ benefits.

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Daggett Hurts Corzine and Helps Christie

UPDATE FOR ALL THE PALIN SUPPORTERS

Chris Daggett is not affiliated with this blog. Sarah Palin needs to get her facts straight, when she links to this blog to provide evidence that Chris Daggett is lying about her. I am an independent blogger that is fed up with the corruption and the politics as usual in New Jersey. If Sarah Palin is really is an advocate for the people, she should have done her research on the candidate she is endorsing. The same reason that she is endorsing Hoffman, ending politics as usual, is the same reasons she should not endorse Chris Christie.

UPDATE 2

Here’s Daggett’s quote from MSNBC where Palin says Daggett made the claim, courtesy of TPM. Where does he say what Palin claims he is saying?

And I have had Republicans come in from Rudy Giuliani to Sarah Palin to Christy Mihos, who’s running for governor in Massachusetts — people in the New Jersey Republican Party. And to be honest with you, they don’t understand. I’m not running as a disgruntled Republican. I’m running as a person who believes that neither party has been willing or able to step up to the issues that face the state and make the tough decisions.

Will the GOP propaganda that a vote for Chris Daggett is a vote for Corzine Backfire? Latest polls show that certainly may be the case.

In the latest round of polling, just days before election day, a clear pattern has emerged. Chris Christie only leads in poll when Daggett is included.

Pledge Your Vote For Daggett

So for those who want to vote for Daggett but afraid it is a wasted vote or a vote for Corzine, show your support for Chris Daggett and make the I’ll vote for Daggett Pledge.

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Take The I’ll Vote For Chris Daggett Pledge

There are a lot of voters that feel that a vote for Chris Daggett may be a wasted vote.

Well over at Tech President Micah L. Sifry suggested that since the election is so close and only 100,000 votes are needed to make Daggett’s poll numbers match Christie and Corzines, someone should put a pledge online for 100,000 people to sign. If 100,000 people sign the pledge then all the signers pledge to vote for Daggett.

100,000 votes is all that’s needed to put Chris Daggett in a position to win the election. You can help make it happen.

Take the I’ll vote for Chris Daggett pledge now

Well, it’s done. You can pledge that your vote will not be a wasted vote. Sign the pledge here and if 100,000 people sign it then you know that your vote is not a wasted vote.

If you want to help get Daggett elected check the I want to help checkbox. Then tell all of your friends and family about the pledge and let’s get a governor in office that can really change NJ.

Corzine Christie Campaigns Breaking NJ Robocall Law

Just passed onto us from twitter, NJ has outlawed robo calling, yet Jon Corzine and Chris Christie have both ignore this law among many others.

The automated campaign calls coming from the campaigns of both Jon Corzine and Chris Christie are illegal. Under the law automated recorded calls can only be delivered for emergency purposes. The only other time recorded calls are allowed is if a real person gets the consent of the person called to listen to recording.

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