Chris Daggett Will Cut Income Taxes to 8.97%

Learn the truth about Chris Daggett’s Tax plan. Don’t believe the lies Christie is spreading. The Chris Daggett tax plan does not raise taxes. Chris Daggett Will Cut Income Taxes to 8.97% flat. That’s like a 21% pay raise for everyone.

While Chris Christie and Jon Corzine have no plan for income tax, Chris Daggett as a plan that means a 20% or more pay raise for everyone in NJ.

That’s Right Chris Daggett = 20% pay raise

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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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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Daggett Demands Investigation of BILLIONS Missing From NJ School Construction Fund

In the 3rd Gubernatorial Debate Chris Daggett Nailed Christie and Corzine for Corruption

Daggett went on to call for an investigation into over $6 Billion dollars that is missing from the NJ Schools Construction Fund. Governor Corzine responded that he has already put all the proper controls and regulations in place, but that doesn’t answer the question of where billions of dollars went.

Christie replied that if he is elected governor he would open an investigation. But my question to Christie was the US Attorney General while all of this was happening and Corzine was Governor. Why wait until becoming governor to launch an investigation into billions of dollars missing? And Governor Corzine why haven’t you launched an investigation?

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Chris Christie to be investigated for misconduct as US Attorney General

More Christie Corruption: Chris Christie to be investigated

An Associated press release reported the NJ Senator Frank Lautenburg has called for an investigation of Chris Christie requesting a Chris Christie investigation for misusing his power as US Attorney General for political purposes.

The Senator Lautenberg’s call for an investigation of Chris Christie comes on the heals of months of complaints that Christie abused his power as Attorney General to bribe and extort his political opponents. That fact that he did so is not much of a secret, as newspapers have been questioning whether Christie was abusing his power to make a play for NJ Governor for years.

When Christie resigned from the US Attorney General’s officials close to him said they have long figured Christie would not announce his resignation and if possible political run in fell swoop. Instead they said Christie would resign in two step to avoid questions about whether he was engaged in political strategizing while running the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

It was wide reported long before Christie resigned that he would be run for Governor of NJ.

In 2006 Christie illegally leaked word that his office was aggressively investigating Senator Menedez just two months before the election. The investigation was over a rental deal that a House Ethics Committee had already investigated and given approval for.

Critics claimed the leak of Christie’s investigation was nothing more than an attempt by Christie to tarnish the Senator so he would not be elected. Mendendez was never charged with a crime and Christie’s charges against the Senator where found to be baseless and led to a widepsread consensus that Christie was politicizing his power.

In February of 2008 the New York Times, reported Christie was politicizing his power and asked for an investigation be made into Christie:

He began an investigation of Senator Robert Menendez, a New Jersey Democrat, late in a hard-fought election campaign. The charges now appear baseless, but at the time the news provided a big boost to Mr. Menendez’s Republican opponent. Mr. Christie went against a long Justice Department presumption against opening investigations or bringing indictments right before an election, to avoid affecting the outcome.

During congressional testimony in July, longtime Bush advisor Karl Rove said he had conversations with Chris Christie about running for governor while Christie was serving in the non-political position of U.S. attorney. The conversation Christie had about running for Governor was in 2006 and is a direct violation of the Hatch Act.

Notably it was around the same time that Christie leaked news his investigation of Menedez that Christie violated the Hatch Act and spoke with Karl Rove about the running for Governor of NJ.

Once again the justice department will have to write  new laws to outlaw what Christie has done over his career. Just like they had to in H.R 1947 in regard to  Christie’s several multi-million dollar extortion scandals.

Either Christie is just extremely amoral or he feels that for some reason he is above the law and doesn’t need to follow the rules.

APNewsBreak: NJ senator calls for Christie probe

TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey Sen. Frank Lautenberg is calling for a federal investigation into allegations that Chris Christie, the Republican candidate for governor, used his office for political gain while U.S. attorney.

The call for a Justice Department investigation follows months of accusations that Christie politicized the office of the top federal prosecutor.

Christie denies the charges.

However, he acknowledged having had conversations with Bush strategist Karl Rove about a possible run for governor. U.S. attorneys are barred from conducting political activity while in office.

Lautenberg, a Democrat, says it’s “shocking” that Christie appears to have conducted a political campaign from the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

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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