Daily Archives: January 9, 2012

That’s right, folks CHRIS CHRISTIE WANTS YOU TO SUCK HIS COCK!

Now far be it from me to cast aspersions on oral sex. It can be both physically pleasurable and artistically satisfying

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But that’s not what Governor Christie was spouting blatant lies about.

Let’s look at the record shall we?

“Jobs Lost

25,500 – New Jersey public sector lost since January 2010 (Capitol Quickies, 11/22/2011) 47 – Out of 51 nationally, New Jersey’s government job growth rate since January 2010 (Capitol Quickies, 11/22/2011) 45 – Out of 51 nationally, New Jersey’s private- and public-sector job growth rate since January 2010 (Capitol Quickies, 11/22/2011) 45,000 – Number of permanent jobs Christie cost New Jersey by killing the Access to the Region’s Core tunnel project (The Star-Ledger, 10/28/2010) 30,700 – Jobs lost in New Jersey from December 2009 to December 2010 (NewJerseyNewsroom.com, 1/19/2011) 16,300 – Jobs lost in New Jersey in December 2010 alone, including 13,300 private sector jobs (NewJerseyNewsroom.com, 1/19/2011) 10,000 – Teachers and school employees laid off in 2010 due to Christie’s budget cuts (Daily Journal, 12/29/2010) 6,000 – Number of construction jobs New Jersey lost when Christie decided to end the Access to the Region’s Core tunnel project (The Star-Ledger, 10/28/2010) 2,200 – Police officers laid off in New Jersey in 2010 due to Christie’s cuts to municipal aid (The Star-Ledger, 1/16/2011)

Federal Funding Lost

$3,000,000,000 – The largest Federal Transit Administration grant in American history, lost when Christie killed the Access to the Region’s Core tunnel project (Asbury Park Press, 12/27/10) $60,000,000 – Amount of federal Race to the Top education funding lost for the second year in a row (The Star-Ledger, 12/16/2011) $400,000,000 – Race to the Top federal education funding lost because Christie refused to compromise and work with teachers’ union on application for funding (The Star-Ledger, 10/10/10) $9,000,000 – Federal funding for family planning services for uninsured women lost when Christie spending $1.1 million in state money on the program (Associated Press, 2/4/11) $1,200,000 – Paid to politically-connected lobbying law-firm Patton Boggs for fighting demands from federal government to return $271,000,000 spent on Access to the Region’s Core project (NorthJersey.com, 7/5/11)

Corporate Bailouts

$591,400,000 – Amount spent since 2006 on the now-canceled ARC Tunnel project (NorthJersey.com, 10/9/2011) $261,000,000 – Cost of twenty years worth of state tax breaks supported by Christie for Revel casino construction project in Atlantic City (Associated Press, 3/24/2011) $200,000,000 – Cost of tax breaks Christie promised to the foreign company that took over development of Meadowlands Xanadu project (NorthJersey.com, 5/3/2011)

Cost Increases

$2,600 – Under legislation signed by Christie, the approximate minimum increase in annual cost of health care premium for public employee making $65,000 to $70,000 who needs family health care (BusinessInsurance.com, 6/28/11) 25% – Increase in fares for NJ Transit rail and commuter bus lines since Christie took office (Asbury Park Press, 4/14/10) 10% – Increase in fares for local bus and light rail fares since Christie took office (Asbury Park Press, 4/14/10)

Property Taxes

3.3% – Average property tax increase in 2010 for New Jersey’s homeowners (Asbury Park Press, 9/2/10) 23.5% – Average property tax increase in 2010 for New Jersey’s homeowners after the cut of homestead rebate is accounted for (Asbury Park Press, 9/2/10) 518 – Municipalities that saw increase in average 2010 property tax bill (NJ Department of Community Affairs, Division of Local Government Services) 494 – Municipalities that saw increase in 2010 property tax rates (NJ Department of Community Affairs, Division of Local Government Services, Property Tax Information)

Fundraising and Campaigning

$8,000,000 – Campaign cash raised by Christie in 2010 for Republican campaigns around the nation (NJ.com, 10/31/10) 20,000 – Miles traveled by Christie as he crisscrossed America attending rallies and fundraisers for Republican candidates in 201o (NJ.com, 10/31/10) 15 – States visited by Christie while campaigning for fellow Republicans throughout the country in 2010 (NJ.com, 10/31/10)

Misplaced Priorities

33 – Number of trips Governor Christie has taken as of May 2011 with State Police Helicopters (The Star-Ledger, 6/2/2011) 56 – Number of taxpayer-funded GOP rallies under the guise of town halls (PolitickerNJ, 9/22/2011)

Poverty

25% – A four-year increase of the number of New Jersey students receiving free or low-cost school lunches (The New York Times, 11/29/2011) 1 in 7 – Children in the state considered poor in 2010 (NorthJersey.com, 11/18/2011) 1 in 15 – Households receiving food stamps in 2010 (NorthJersey.com, 11/18/2011) 23.2 – Percentage food stamp usage is up in New Jersey since 2009 (NorthJersey.com, 11/18/2011)

Program Cuts

$1,295,000,000 – Total of Christie cuts to state aid to schools in 2010. (The Star-Ledger, 12/29/2010) $173,000,000 – Christie cut to state higher education aid in 2010. (The Star-Ledger, 6/23/2010) $149,000,000 – 2012 Christie budget cut in aid to New Jersey’s struggling cities (The Star-Ledger, 7/1/2011) $75,000,000 – 2012 Christie budget cut in state and federal funds hitting nursing homes across the state (The Star-Ledger, 7/1/2011) $55,000,000 – 2012 Christie budget cut to higher education scholarships for low income students (The Star-Ledger, 7/1/2011) $10,000,000 – 2012 Christie budget cut to legal services for the poor (The Star-Ledger, 7/1/2011) $537,000* – 2012 Christie budget cut to Newark center for abused children, *restored under pressure (The Star-Ledger, 7/1/2011 & New Jersey Newsroom 7/18/2011)

Empty Promises

15 – Number out of 397,809 total workers in state & local governments and school offices enrolled in Christie’s new high-deductible health plan (The Bergen Record, 12/6/2011) $9,940,000 failure – Governor Christie promised $10 million savings this year from changes to health benefits. Actual savings? $60,000. (The Bergen Record, 12/5/2011)”

No wonder he wants to take his mind off things with a nice relaxing bout of cock-sucking.

I love the Filmmakers’ Coop catalogue description of this: “Willard something and Peter von something. A passionate matter handled with restraint and good taste.”

Meanwhile here’s the fat fuck’s role model — a man who really knew how to create jobs (and not just the blow kind)

Granted his methods were a tad severe. But hey, “try to remember the times that were good” and pass the onion rings.