Wednesday, October 28, 2009

NEW JERSEY NOW OFFICIALLY HOLDS THE NEW TITLE OF DUMBEST VOTERS. Even Fireman and Teachers Unions are Selling Out...Corzine Ahead in Polls!

Is this sign supposed to be HELPING John Corzine?!? This billboard would sink Corzine IF people were smart and somewhat informed about Obama. Corzine can't win on his record because it's so pathetic. He's as corrupt as they come, and so is Obama.

So how does this 'Soprano state' governor and the 'Chicago way' President on display in billboards all over New Jersey (some not even in English) help the democrats? It's called 'dumb voters.' Will New Jersey ever learn? Even the FMBA fire union is supporting Corzine!?! Aren't fire unions supposed to have pride, morals, principles, patriotism and a spine? Do fireman, cops and teachers really support abortion, gay marriage, high taxes, ACORN, government health care, more entitlement programs, anti-gun laws, corruption, wasteful spending, affirmative action, green scams, 'cap and con' and more regulation to kill businesses, while keeping property taxes so high, people are leaving the state faster then people are losing their job?

Some fireman, teachers and cops will NOT sellout and thank god for that. The unions encouraging their members to vote for a man who has bankrupted and destroyed the state of New Jersey and a man who is as corrupt and incompetent as they come, is shameful!

Will the union members sell their soul down the river for a new contract or a 2% raise? If they do, it's disgraceful and a vote for any democrat is a vote to incentivize more corruption involving the unions. Unbelievable...

Even if Christie wins, and he's no Reagan, but still 20 times better than Corzine and his 'plant,' the other liberal Chris Daggett, the fact that it was so close still gives New Jersey the title of 'dumbest voters.' Move over least Cali is waking up. Pennsylvania isn't too far behind...

New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine leads Republican challenger Christopher Christie for the first time in their five-month slugfest, on top 43 - 38 percent among likely voters, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. Independent candidate Christopher Daggett has 13 percent, with 5 percent undecided.

This compares to a 41 - 40 percent Christie lead, with 14 percent for Daggett, in an October 14 survey by the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University.

Among Daggett supporters, 38 percent say they might change their mind: 43 percent say Christie is their second choice, while 27 percent say Gov. Corzine is number two.

Only 12 percent of Christie voters and 19 percent of Corzine backers say they might change their mind.

Corzine leads 79 - 8 percent among Democratic likely voters, with 10 percent for Daggett. Christie leads 79 - 7 percent among Republicans, with 9 percent for Daggett, and 45 - 30 percent among independent voters, with 20 percent for Daggett. READ MORE...

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