What a Hypocrite!

Our Absentee Governor Criticized by Our Missing Mayor 

Here is part of what the state's largest newspaper said about the governor:
"Gov. Chris Christie has made it abundantly clear that governing New Jersey is a distant second priority for him, far behind the demands of his personal ambition. He has answered every crisis with neglect during his disastrous second term."

"We face two more years under a governor that is wandering in the wilderness, looking for some escape hatch from New Jersey so that he can join the bigger game. His disinterest in this state's most pressing problems is breathtaking."

Missing Mayor Steve Fulop has a lot of nerve complaining that the
Republican Absentee Governor is guilty of ambition and neglect.

When he makes a rare appearance in Jersey City, Steve Fulop is doling out tax dollars to political insiders who can help him get elected governor or raising dirty money for his secret super PAC.  But the fact remains, Fulop is often out of town!

He already has plans to circuit the state celebrating St. Patrick's Day
with his political buddies instead of working to solve such problems
as crime, unemployment and corruption in City Hall. Steve Fulop is
eager to leave Jersey City if he can get himself elected governor.

 
 
 
 
Criticizing Christie for faults Fulop shares with the GOP bully
When he makes a rare appearance in Jersey City, Missing Mayor Steve Fulop is doling out tax dollars to political insiders who can help him get elected governor or raising dirty money for his secret super PAC. 
 
 
 
 
Missing Mayor Steve Fulop has a lot of nerve complaining that the Republican Absentee is guilty of ambition & neglect...

Fulop already has plans to make a circuit around the state celebrating St. Patrick's with his political buddies instead of working to solve such problems as crime, unemployment and corruption in City Hall.
New Jersey voters must not elect political opportunists like these two clowns. Christie & Fulop, get lost!
 
 
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