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Video: Gov. Christie’s Budget Conversation in Haddon Heights

March 12, 2010

Governor Chris Christie

On Tuesday, March 9, Governor Chris Christie held a conversation with town officials and community leaders about the budget while in Haddon Heights. Below is the four-part video from the event. You may view a full transcript of the conversation by clicking here.

Governor Christie: Part 1 – A Budget Conversation

Governor Christie: Part 2 – A Budget Conversation

Governor Christie: Part 3 – A Budget Conversation

Governor Christie: Part 4 – A Budget Conversation

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. March 12, 2010 2:41 pm

    Governor Christie as Bus Driver

    Governor Christie, based on his previous position in government as a Federal Prosecutor, has deservedly earned a bit of equity in regard to his earnestness, competence, and trustworthiness.

    He seems to be going about his business in a serious manner and with a total disregard to politicking for the next election. This is commendable.

    He appears to have good sense and seems to be making decisions based upon objectivity, feedback from others, and a commitment to put New Jersey back on the road to solvency.

    Therefore, criticising him for the impact of tough decisions that he is making at this point in time, is like complaining that he is swerving the bus and jostling the passengers, rather than choosing to continue on a straight path and driving all of us off of a mile high cliff.

  2. Pennsaukenyes permalink
    March 13, 2010 7:29 am

    I see it’s now called a “conversation with town officials and community leaders” instead of the Town Hall meeting it was called last week. Shameful that residents were shut out of this meeting!

  3. March 13, 2010 8:34 pm

    Stew is 100% correct. The decisions he will make will be difficult, but not when compared to the alternative. Christie will not just kick the can down the road.

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