Thursday, March 11, 2010


While on the gubernatorial campaign trail, Republican Chris Christie didn't even boither to meet with the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA), the poweful teachers union. It's understandable because they were pretty commited to his opponent, democrat incumbent Jon Corzine. Christie had public, verbal battles with the state worker union chiefs as well. He was sworn in as Governor in mid-January and his tough talk against the unions has continued.

Today he was asked by a reporter (not me) if he's ever entertained the notion of meeting with union leaders, even as far back as when he enetered the GOP primary. That question sufficiently set him off and he may have set some kind of State House record for the number of times he said "no" in one answer. Christie replied, "During the Primary?!?!? Was that the question?!?!? Yeah. Really? Yeah. While they were spending the millions of dollars against me in AFSCME (American Federation of State and County Municipal Employees) and CWA (Coommunications Workers of America) and NJEA. I thought while they were mischaracterizing my record and smearing me on television and on the radio might be a good opportunity for me to sit down and see if they were looking to work together if I was elected. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. I....No. "

Eight, "no's" in one answer to one question is a lot even by Christie's standards.


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