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GOVERNOR TAKES QUESTIONS – Submit Yours

Governor Corzine will be taking your questions live on Thursday, January 22 at 8 PM

Governor Corzine will be taking your questions live on Thursday, January 22 at 8 PM

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On Thursday, February 22, Governor Jon Corzine will be a guest of respected New Jersey journalist Steve Adubato on his weekly show, Caucus: New Jersey . They will be taking questions for the Governor from the general public and answering them live, on the air.

Questions need to be submitted before hand, by clicking here or you can do so by through the link below:

http://www.nj.com/mailforms/askcorzine/

There you can ask the Governor any question that is on your mind and we at POLITICS 24/7 believe that it is an opportunity which everyone, especially Republicans, need to take advantage of.

Republicans should be creative and think along the lines of the campaign manager of their favorite Republican candidate for Governor. Set your question up in such a way that allows the Governor to walk right into the line of thinking that you can effectively hit him on.

Ask questions about the Governor’s decimation of the business environment, his lack of ethics, his tax increases and revenue shortfalls, his inability to reform government and why he is so partisan that he and his Democrat friends in the senate and assembly reject proposals for reform that Republicans propose?

One question which I have submitted is:

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New Jersey's Steve Adubato

“In your State of the State address, you warned of tough times ahead and you promised to reduce spending. You even said that municipalities will have to do more with less from the state. Yet after that promise, you promised to pay for the expansion pre-school educations for all. How do you make up for the budget deficit by spending less when at the same time you promise to spend more?”

Another question I asked goes like this:

“Shortly after you first took office, you raised taxes by almost $2 billion and now, at the end of your first term, we are faced with a shortfall of $2.1 billion. I am sure that, as a veteran of wall street, you can admit that that is not they type of business management that would be considered acceptable, so how do you defend these circumstances under your administration?”

There are plenty of questions that need to be asked. Not just by Republicans who already know that we need to get rid of Corzine but by all New Jersey citizens who want to improve life in the Garden State.

Of course, not every question submitted will be asked, the program is only an hour. On top of that, there is the some doubt regarding who actually picks the questions that will be asked. If Steve Adubato, I am sure the forum will be fair and that some of the tougher questions will be selected for the Governor to answer.

So take a chance.

You never know which question might produce an earth shifting answer
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Who would have thought that a plumber from Ohio would become famous, write a book and be asked to run for Congress simply because he asked a question. A question which wound up consuming the last few weeks of the Presidential election.

A simple question during the qestioning of a President produced an impeachment after that President was found to have lied in his answer to one of those questions.

So you never know what the results could be. If you have the right question you may just become a part of recorded history. You could be responsible for changing events as opposed to our Governor who is constantly changed by events.

Give it a shot, submit your question to Caucus: New Jersey. And just in case it is not selected on their program, share it here, in the comments section, and let us know what you are wondering about?

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 If “con” is the opposite of “pro”, what is the opposite of progress?

“CONGRESS”

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MIRACLE ON THE HUDSON?

Bookmark and Share   POLITICS 24/7  is not in the habit of dealing with events outside of politics but as most of us know there are many things more important than politics.

Chesley Sullenberger III, crash landed US Airway flight into Hudson River in New York

Chesley Sullenberger III, crash landed US Airway flight into Hudson River in New York

This afternoon, one such event occurred in New York’s Hudson River.

Three minutes after taking off from New York’s LaGuardia Airport  in  Queens U.S. Airways Flight 1549  lost power probably due to a number of Canadian geese getting sucked into one or more of its engines. Within a split second the Captain of the plane tried to head for New Jersey but it was obvious to him that the aircraft could not make it.

The plane was losing power and altitude, The lives of 5 crew members and approximately 150 passengers hung in the balance as the plane hung over the densely populated New York city metropolitan area.

Almost immediately Captain Chesley Sullenberger decided to use the Hudson River as his landing strip.

The quick decision proved to be the best possible one.

Without risking the lives of any citizens below his craft, Captain Sullenberger tried to save the lives of the more than 150 people in his care and in what officials and experienced aviators can only describe as the type of picture perfect landing that one hopes for under the best of condition, Sullenberger glided the powerless aircraft down towards the Hudson’s icy waters and skimmed its surface until the plane came to a sudden stop, in one piece and floating.

The impact was still terrifically rough but it could have been much rougher had the angle of descent been slightly off.

Had the plane not hit the surface of the water properly, it could have easily been torn apart. Had it hit the river surface in any way less then perfect, its cargo hold doors and landing gear bays could have been comprised and allowed water to quickly rush into the plane and cause it to sink much quicker than it did, thereby subjecting passengers to subfreezing water and limiting their chances for rapid rescue.

Some might say that the Captain and the passengers were lucky, very lucky. As for me I believe that the passengers were lucky. Lucky to have Chesley Sullenberger as the Captain of their doomed flight.

What Captain Sullenberger did, did not involve luck. It took experience, commitment, judgment, confidence, talent, bravery, nerves of steel and presence of mind. A lesser person could have panicked. They could have frozen and allowed gravity to bring the plane down upon crowded neighborhoods as children made their way home from school.

Had Captain Sullenberger not been the man that he is, many more than the over 150 passengers on flight 1549 could have died. Hundreds more could have perished.

Of course the flight crew of flight 1549 were not alone in their heroism.

New York has dealt with calamity on a scale that few other cities have ever seen. As a result New york city is prepared for challenging, unexpected events and so the city’s emergency service workers ran into action before the plane hit the water. Alerted to the emergency when the plane first lost power, police, firemen, paramedics were in the ready and hospitals on both sides of the Hudson were put on alert. Ambulances rushed to the shores alongside of the planes resting place. Ferry boats darted toward the floating aircraft and as they floated along side the slowly sinking plane, passengers boarded the boats and were whisked to safety.

All of those involved are heroes but today our hats go off to captain Chesley Sullenberger.  Even before finally exiting the plane hinmself, whith the frigid water rising around him, Sullenberger went up and down the jet’s aisle to make sure that no one was still aboard.

Had it not been for him, the new year would not be getting out of its first 15 days without a tragic and dramatic loss of many lives.

New York’s Governor David Paterson called the event a “miracle on the Hudson”. I say the miracle is named Chesley Sullenberger and tonight there are many people thanking God for the miracle that Sullenberger performed.

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JERSEY GOP IN A FEEDING FRENZY IN THE WAKE OF CORZINE’S DISMAL PERFORMANCE

Bookmark and Share    It would seem that Jon Corzine’s recent State of the State address successfully brought New Jerseyans together.
NJGOP Chairman Tom Wilson
NJGOP Chairman Tom Wilson

Together the editorial boards of nearly all the newspapers in New Jersey have concluded that Jon Corzine is a failure and the voters of New Jersey are debating whether or not Corzine’s job performance rates worse than one term Governor Jim Florio

The disastrous results produced by Corzine’s last three years in office were punctuated by his utterly empty State of the State address. It was an  address that had many words but little meaning.

Like a shark smelling blood in the water, New Jersey State Republican Chairman Tom Wilson sent out a message to voters.

It reads as follows:

“Tuesday, Governor Corzine gave his state of the state address and proved he still doesn’t get it. He’s still trying to spend his way out of every problem. Corzine doesn’t get that government spending IS the problem!  Read the Editorials published about the speech

When even the liberal editorial writers are saying it, you know it’s time for a change!

Republicans are poised for a major win this November. Late last week, a new public poll revealed that no one has ever sought re-election to the Governor’s office with worse public approval ratings than Jon Corzine. Voters actually think Corzine is doing a worse job than Jim Florio – the last one term Governor who got thrown out for abusing the taxpayers!
 
I’m working with our legislative and party leaders throughout the state to develop and deploy a grassroots plan to harness the winds of change that are blowing through Trenton. We’re going to launch the most comprehensive, coordinated, and technologically efficient effort to engage the over-taxed people of New Jersey in a campaign for real change. Our plan will help candidates from the local to the state level reach out to the right voters and deliver our collective message of lower taxes, less spending, and new leadership. We’re finalizing our plans now and expect to launch it by mid-February. So stay tuned! 
 
I hope we can count on you to be part of that effort and that is why I am calling on you to make an IMMEDIATE online contribution of 25, $50, $100, $500 or $1,000 today to help make certain we meet this all-important goal.
 
Together we can change New Jersey by reigning in government and provide real reform and real relief. But politics is a team sport and everyone on the team has to help if the team is going to win.
 
Will you make a special online contribution to our New Jersey Republican State Committee today? The Democrats have raised our property taxes, income taxes, sales tax and, literally, 100 other taxes. We’ve got to stop them before they bankrupt New Jersey.
 
Together we can end their reign of error. 
 
Tom Wilson”
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The Chairman is right. The people of New Jersey are over-taxed and the state is on the wrong path. Tom Wilson is also right to take advantage of the opportunity that Corzine and the Democrat led legislature have given us. People need to know that their will be an alternative to the continuation of the corrosive Corzine administration and the work leading up to providing people with that alternative begins today.

Jon Corzine simply helped speeding up that process with his sad state of the state message.

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ASK THE CANDIDATES FOR REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN A QUESTION

antrebuild_logoVery soon, state Republican leaders will be electing a national chairman for the party.

The next leader of the G.O.P. will be facing a daunting task. They will be shepherding a party that has been losing power since 2006 when we lost control of the house of representatives and the senate.

This past election saw us not only fall deeper into minority status in both chambers of Congress, but we lost the last piece of power in federal government that we had since 2006,…the presidency.

There are many things that need to be done to put Republicans back on track and although I contend that much of our success depends on the Republicans we elected to serve and how well they do their legislative jobs, forward momentum can be created with the right person leading the political aspect of the party.

Currently running for the nomination are Katon Dawson of South Carolina, Former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell, incumbent National Committee Chairman Mike Duncan, Mike Huckabee’s former campaign manager Chip Saltsman of Tennessee, former Maryland Lieutenant Governor Mike Steele and Michigan’s state party Chairman Saul Anuzis.

The race is pretty intense so far and all of the candidates are working hard to sway enough votes in their favor to become the next national committee chairman. In fact many of them have been active on a grassroots Republican site called Rebuild The Party.

Rebuildtheparty.com has been discussing how to do just as its name suggest….rebuild the party. And they do so with us, the voters and activists who are angry at both the way our party has been handling itself and the direction that Washington, D.C. is taking us in.

Now in a joint venture with YouTube, Rebuild The Party is holding their own open debate for the potential RNC Chairmen.

Through January 19th at 11:59 pm eastern standard time, participants can submit their own written question on the Rebuild the Party forum platform or a video questions on YouTube and then embed that question on the Rebuild The Party forum platform.

Participants in Rebuild The Party can then vote on the questions they feel are most important and need to be answered by the candidates. Subsequently, the 10 most highly rated video questions will be answered by each of the candidates, also through their own video submitted to youtube and embedded in the Rebuild The Party forum platform.

In addition to those 10 questions, the candidates may answer any other questions that they would like but the 10 questions with the most votes are musts.

So far there are questions ranging from what will you do to attract young voters to what will you do to elect more Secretaries of States who can manipulate election results as the Democrats set out to do a few years ago?

What’s your question?

Here in New Jersey, our state party leaders have already declared their support for Michigan’s Republican State Chairman, Saul Anuzis but do you have a question that might just bring forth an answer from the candidates that could change their minds?

For Republicans, the election of our next national chairman is probably the single most important decision we can make until the presidential election of 2012. It is a decision that can either help us elect a Republican President in 2012 or drastically impede our chances of doing so.

So now is your chance. If you have strong sentiments about the direction that you think our party needs to go in, now is the time to ask the people who want the responsibility to lead us, if they intend to go in that direction.

antrbtpjpeg2To be a part of the debate you have to first sign in to Rebuild the Party at  http://www.rebuildtheparty.com/

 

Then you can go to  http://forum.rebuildtheparty.com/

There you will find the place to submit your question and more details.

The election for Republican National committee Chairman is January 30th so get to work today and help make tomorrow better than yesterday. Ask your question and shape events instead of just watching events.

Until then, take the poll and let us know wo you want o see become RNC Chairman:

Poll will close at 11:59 eastern standard time on Monday, January 26, 2009

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WHY RONALD REAGAN MADE SUCH A GREAT PRESIDENT

    • ‘Here’s my strategy on the Cold War: We win, they lose.’
    • ‘The most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government and I’m here to help.’
    • ‘The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they’re ignorant; it’s just that they know so much that isn’t so.’
    • ‘Of the four wars in my lifetime, none came about because the U.S. was too strong.’
    • ‘I have wondered at times about what the Ten Commandments would have looked like if Moses had run them through the U.S. Congress.’
    • ‘The taxpayer: That’s someone who works for the federal government but doesn’t have to take the civil service examination.’
    • ‘Government is like a baby: An alimentary canal with a big appetite at one end and no sense of responsibility at the other.’
    • ‘The nearest thing to eternal life we will ever see on this earth is a government program.’
    • ‘It has been said that politics is the second oldest profession. I have learned that it bears a striking resemblance to the first.’
    • ‘Government’s view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it.’
    • ‘Politics is not a bad profession. If you succeed, there are many rewards; if you disgrace yourself, you can always write a book.’
    • ‘No arsenal, or no weapon in the arsenals of the world, is as formidable as the will and moral courage of free men and women.’
    • ‘If we ever forget that we’re one nation under God, then we will be a nation gone under.’

    Submitted by Bill, Ardmore, Pa.

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