Thursday, June 02, 2005

Welcome to New Jersey

Driving up to NJ last weekend, I noticed a strange billboard right after the Delaware Memorial Bridge. It read: "Welcome to New Jersey, a Horrible Place to do Business."

I wondered what the story was behind it. Now the AP has all the details.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hahaha, "the state is run by environmentalists". classic.

hugo

Larry Rasczak said...

Juliano says not being allowed to build what he wants is a symptom of bigger problems......

"They [state officials] are antibusiness," he said. "And the state is run by environmentalists."
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And at a $1,000 per plate fundraiser last month, he approached Democratic gubernatorial candidate U.S. Sen. Jon Corzine (search) about his plight....

It's Corzine, Juliano said, who can save the day. That's the reason behind the fourth line on the billboard: "Can Senator Corzine really do anything?".....

HOW STUPID IS THIS GUY?????
He is looking to a DEMOCRAT to get help in his fight against bureaucrats and enviornmentalists????

That is like looking to Saddam for a donation to the Army Welfare Fund! Does he also expect the KKK to help him fight for a Martin Luther King memorial, or Al Queda to help sell Israel Bonds???

The Democratic Party is not going to help this guy solve his problem, the Democratic Party IS THE SOURCE OF HIS PROBLEM!!!!!

He needs to wise up, join the Club for Growth, and start going to REPUBLICAN fundraisers.

Sheeshh.... Talk about clueless...

CSG said...

the Garden State has come a long way from "Trenton makes, the World Takes."

N.S.T said...

A long way in the sense that it now has the balls to protect all that beautiful, crisp land off of the highway? C'mon. I don't think that this is what environmentalists have in mind when they talk about preserving the great outdoors.

epinionated2005@gmail.com said...

One wonders if this guy isn't a big Corzine supporter who is trying to neutralize any benefit Forrester has in the business community by plugging Corzine as pro-business.

The controversy nicely uses the old Clinton triangulations trategy and gives Corzine "street-cred" as an honest to God businessman says he can help. Smells of week-old seafood to me.