The Chris Daggett Tax Plan Does Not Raise Taxes. Read The Truth

The Chris Daggett tax plan does not raise taxes. This is just an attack by Christie Christie to cover up the fact the he has no tax plan of his own.

The truth is the Chris Daggett tax plan lowers taxes and cuts spending

  • The Chris Daggett tax plan cuts income tax to a 8.97% flat rate.
  • The Chris Daggett tax plan cuts corporate tax by 25%.
  • Chris Daggett’s plan cuts property tax by 25%
  • Under Chris Daggett’s plan the amount of taxes collected stays the same.
  • Daggett’s plan taxes services used by the rich, like Attorneys, Accountants and Architects.

The associated press hired 3 independent economists to review the tax plan of Chris Christie, John Corzine and Chris Daggett and economists agree economists agree the Daggett Tax plan is the best.

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Chris Daggett Wins 3rd NJ Gubernatorial Debate

Chris Daggett wins the 3rd governor debate making it a clean sweep for all three gubernatorial debates in the 2009 NJ Election for Governor.

Corzine said he wont’ cut taxes and stated his plan is more of the same, literally. He said  does have a plan, the one he already has in place. Perhaps someone should let him in on the secret that NJ voters are not happy with his current plan.

Christie continued to offer no details about his budget plan. Christie spent most of his time bickering.  Corzine and Christie went back and forth at each other with more negative attacks on each others character. Christie took a good shot a Corzine’s plan of more of the same, saying someone should inform Corzine that voters are dissatisfied with his current plan

Mean while Daggett continued to tout his plans pointing out that both the Democratic and Republican Parties have made a mess out of the state and he is the only candidate with a plan to get the state out of the mess.

Daggett also hung both Corzine and Christie and Christie out to dry when asked about how to fight corruption. He said to Corzine and Christie the best way to fight corruption is lead ead by example and pointed out that both Christie and Corzine are engaging in illegal campaign financing and pay to play. It was so bad that neither Christie or Corzine could defend their actions. Instead Corzine acknowledged that he and Christie where engaging and such actions and said they need to stop.

Daggett then went on to call for an investigation into billions of dollars that have been stolen from the NJ State Schools Construction Fund.

Daggett opened the debate by pointing out that he is now polling in the low 20’s, which is a psychological barrier that may convince many voters that a vote for Daggett is not a wasted vote.

In his closing argument Daggett called upon all voters to stand up against the corrupt and broken two-party system and tell them its time to end politics as usual.

Below News Coverage and a recap of the entire 3rd NJ Gubernatorial Debate

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Chris Christie Will Allow Gov Employees To Stay In $400+ Hotels

Chris Christie has been running on a campaign of not tax hikes and cutting wasteful government spending. But today that Associated Press reported that Christie plans on relaxing the state policy on Business Travel to allow government employees to stay at 4 star hotels.

In a state where why are trying to balance an 10 billion budget deficit with no where to come up with the cash, the last thing we need is a politician in office the will increase wasteful government spending by allowing state employees to stay in 5 star hotels like the Ritz Carlton and the 4 Seasons at over $400 – $500 a night like Chris Christie did himself while he was the US Attorney General.

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Corzine and Christie Duck Property Tax issue

Over at New Jersey Voices, Paul Mulshine was kind enough to point out both Christ Christie and John Corzine are ducking the issue most important to NJ voters this year, out of control property taxes. Its no wonder that BlueJersey points out that a majority of polls fail to include Daggett in their results.

NJ Voices Paul Mulshine

NJ Voices Paul Mulshine

Both candidates are ducking this issue which is the number one issue to voters according to polls. And this year, its not the economy as usual, but property taxes and corruption that’s on the mind of voters.

This is typical of both parties and is an unfortunate fact of reality that must be faced when you have an elitist two-party rule. The system gets broken and its no wonder the Green Party filed a lawsuit over unethical ballot access for third party candidates. You end up with greed, corrupt politicians, pay to play, out of control spending, an unmanageable budget, skyrocketing property taxes and one of the highest costs of living in the world.

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