>Unaplogetic Christie Came To Middletown And I Couldn’t Make It

>I am kicking myself this afternoon for not sucking it up and attending Governor Christie’s Town Hall meeting in Middletown this morning. After working a 13 hour shift last night and needing over an hour to make it home this morning, I just couldn’t keep my eyes open any longer. I had to go to sleep.

Since waking up a short while ago, I have been looking for some information on the web to fill me in on what happened at the Port Monmouth VFW this morning. So far the only report that I have found is from Dustin Racioppi of RedBankGreen.com who reported that the meeting was rather tame when compared to other more contentious town halls the Governor has presided over the past few month.
Dustin reported that the governor was his usual self, blunt and direct but only slightly confrontational when answering questions from a police officer and the wife of a teacher. In both incidences it seems that Christie basically told them that he wasn’t anti-teacher or police officer, just anti-union and that they should be happy that they are still collecting a pay check when asked by the police officer how he was going to be able to make ends meet if forced to pay a higher percentage towards his benefits.
I would really like to hear other’s take on today’s town hall with the Governor. If any one was there today and would like to pass along their thoughts and observations I would appreciate it and post your comments for others to read.
If you would like to read Dustin’s take on the Governor’s visit click >>> Here

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Filed under Gov. Chris Christie, Middletown NJ, Port Monmouth, Town Hall, VFW

One response to “>Unaplogetic Christie Came To Middletown And I Couldn’t Make It

  1. >Maybe this governor should have vetted his side kick before he put her on the ballot.Should have seen her leadership of the "union" guards of the jail against their employers.the freeholders and the people of Monmouth County. Quite a show in the packed quarters of Judge Cavanaugh's chambers by the then Monmouth County Sheriff.These people speak out of both sides of their mouths and are hypocritical,two faced politicians.Just as bad as those who proceeded them.

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