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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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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A vote for Jon Corzine or Chris Christie is a vote for corruption

A vote for Corzine or Chris Christie is a vote for corruption

PolitickerNJ Predicts Chris Daggett will surge in the polls win election because voters are fed up

Corzine and Christie are not the real problem.

It is the broken corrupt two-party system. It needs to go.

A vote for Corzine or Christie is a Vote for Corruption

A vote for Corzine or Christie is a Vote the corrupt two party system that got us in the is mess.

A vote for Corzine or Christie is condoning the corruption and scandal over the last 20 years that has made NJ the worst business and tax climate in the country.

Jon Corzine and Christie Christie both are representatives of the political parties that have used corruption and scandal over the last 20 years to get our state into the mess that it is.

As long as voters continue to vote for either party they are condoning the behavior of these political parties.

Political parties are a national affiliation. Not just local, county or statewide but national. If these parties cared for anything besides making their constituents rich off of the taxpayers dime, they would clean their act up.

But the political parties don’t make their politicians clean their act up. Why, because like sheep we keep voting for them. Year after year, election after election. Because we do not have the courage to stand up for ourselves and vote for a third party they have us enslaved.

They are right when they say we have no alternative. We are forced to choose between a Giant Douche and a Turd Sandwich year after year.

I can go on and on about both Chris Christie and Jon Corzine.

Only voters have the power to change the government. We must refuse to be held captive to the broken two-party system that has brought scandal and corruption and keeps us captive by instilling fear of voting for a third party. Its time to send a message across the country. Its time to end politics as usual.

Break the Cycle!! Vote for Daggett

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PolitickerNJ Predicts Chris Daggett Will Be the Next Governor

Over at PolitickerNJ, Murray Sabrin answers the question Chris Daggett: the next governor?. The answer You Betcha.

Murray says “As the last week unfolds, Daggett will surge in the polls and will be elected the next governor of New Jersey next Tuesday”.

Chris Daggett will win the governorship on Election Day because the electorate is fed up with the fiscal irresponsibility of the political elites who have governed New Jersey to the brink of bankruptcy.

According to the latest SurveyUSA and Rutgers Eagleton polls, independent gubernatorial candidate Chris Daggett has the support of 19% and 20% of the electorate, respectively, while both Corzine and Christie are polling around 40% each.

In short, Chris Daggett in striking distance of leapfrogging the two establishment candidates with his (flawed) plan to “take on the special interests in Trenton.”  Daggett’s plan to reduce property taxes by 25% is music to the ears of voters who are tired of paying higher taxes every year.

Both the Corzine and Christie camps have been doing their best-unintentionally of course–to bring out the anti-Corzine and anti-Christie voters, because both campaigns have saturated the airwaves with negative ads.

Voters who are anti-Corzine have three options:  voting for Christie, staying home or voting for Daggett.  By the same token, the anti-Christie voters also have three options:  voting for Corzine, staying home or voting for Daggett.

At this stage of the campaign, the anti-Corzine and anti-Christie voters are up for grabs.  And with Daggett’s poll numbers showing that he can win, a vote for Daggett is no longer considered a “wasted” vote.

Enough anti-establishment voters will come out on Election Day to register their disgust, frustration, and anger with the Democrats and Republicans who are responsible for the fiscal mess in Trenton, and Daggett will squeak out a victory that will send shock waves throughout the nation.

Chris Daggett will win the governorship on Election Day because the electorate is fed up with the fiscal irresponsibility of the political elites who have governed New Jersey to the brink of bankruptcy.  For several decades the politics of redistributing income from the suburbs to the cities could be tolerated because the economy was in relatively good shape.  No more.  The Great Recession of this decade has taken its toll.

State and local government spending have to be reduced no matter who is elected governor, but voters have been realizing more and more that neither Corzine nor Christie will do what is necessary to put the state budget on a sound footing.

Lower income tax rates and regulatory reform also have to be a high priority as well for the next governor.  New Jersey will not see private sector job growth-the engine of job creation and prosperity–if the current income tax system and overbearing regulatory structure remain in place.

So with just one week before the November 3rd election, Governor Corzine and Republican challenger Chris Christie have been unable to “close the deal,” opening the door for Chris Daggett to become the next governor of New Jersey.

As the last week unfolds, Daggett will surge in the polls and will be elected the next governor of New Jersey next Tuesday.

Christie Corruption: Chris Christie Investigated For Blackmail

Chris Christie Corruption: Congressional Testimony of investigation into US Attorney General Chris Christie for Blackmail.

During Investigation Congressmen testify that essentially amounts to corporate blackmail.

The congressman called for the creation of new laws to outlaw the actions that Chris Christie took as US Attorney General and stated Christie’s actions where a Politicization of the US Attorney General’s Office and that Mr. Christie has already Voilated pre-existing ethics guidelines, Christie’s actions where the essence of political favoritism.

Congressmen also called for the Department of Justice to hold Mr. Christie to account for his actions that run counter to ethics guidelines he should have been following from the start.

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AM 1600 WWRL Discusses Chris Christie’s Mob Ties

Just one more reason to say no to Chris Christie

The Chris Christie’s Mob Ties are discussed on AM 1600WL with Gangland journalist Jerry Capeci as he explains the NJ candidate’s wiseguy connection.

Click the link below to download listen to the podcast of the episode discussing Christopher Christie’s ties to the mafia

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Daggett Wins Big on Ethics while Corzine and Christie Self Destruct

Over at CQ Politics on Replaying the Ethics Card in New Jersey Emily Cadei, CQ-Roll Call point out that Chris Daggett is winning big on the ethics scorecard

The renewed focus on good government stems from a series of revelations raising questions about the propriety of the political operations of both major party nominees for governor: Democratic incumbent Jon Corzine and Republican challenger Chris Christie.

The report goes onto state that Chris Daggett’s recent surge in the polls is due to a steady stream of corruption and ethics scandals hitting news and also pointed out that Daggett stung both Corzine and Christie on engaging in a form of corruption known as pay to play.

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