Wednesday, November 09, 2005

New Jersey

New Jersey is driving me insane! The state of New Jersey itself I love, I've lived here all my life. But politics-wise we stink! Every election its the same thing: a more corrupt, more vile liberal becomes Senator, Congressman, or Governor. Each year I hope and pray that a Conservative will win any seat, but no, the foolish people of New Jersey keep voting in the worst liberal candidates possible. " Oh, New Jersey needs a change. Let's elect a new and more greedy liberal." Corzine practically bought his victory. He spends outrageous amounts of money in his campaigns and somehow makes the voters forget all the damage he's done to New Jersey. He is making New Jersey worse and worse, raising our taxes, and doing practically everything wrong. BUT KEEPS WINNING!!! It's SO frustrating! How can the voters of New Jersey be SOO stupid!!

It's partially the Republicans of this state's ( if there are any) fault. Why do they keep nominating such terrible "Republican" choices, like Doug Forrester who is pro-choice, supports stem-cell research and has helped raise our taxes almost 200%! How can the few conservatives of the state rally under him, how can there be a huge voter turnout for Forrester???

Anyway the moral of the story is, we're stuck with Corzine for another couple years.


  • Well, California is just as bad. Voting was yesterday, and the results are horrible. I'm not even going to mention some of the disgusting laws that were passed! So New Jersey isn't the only one...

    By Blogger Lindsey, at 1:57 PM  

  • The moral of the story is that your best move is just that... to move.

    I live in Washington state and whenever the liberals don't win, there's massive recounts and they "find" uncounted votes that must be added until they win.

    I hope to go east to Idaho, Montana or Wyoming.

    By Blogger Rabenstrange, at 12:32 AM  

  • Hey - to make you feel better, my adopted homeawayfromhomestate, VA, elected a DEMOCRAT as least NJ is Blue! VA is Red and has no excuse! :( Oh well... :)

    By Blogger Alexander Blair, at 12:42 AM  

  • It's really frustrating, but we do live in a very conservative part of the state, a red county in a blue state. Newark and Trenton are the most liberal-populated. Thanks for the comments.

    By Blogger MVB, at 6:02 PM  

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