New Jersey has a problem. Well, actually New Jersey has a lot of problems—today it's a freakin' ice storm. However, at least the Garden State now has a governor that, instead of bedding union bosses while sticking the taxpayers payers with the tab, is actually confronting the very problems created by the all-too-cozy relations between NJ's typical politicians and their union handlers.
While it may be painful to certain sets of public-sector employees, here is a politician that finally tells it like it is.
This is probably the most honest confrontation that you are ever likely to see between an elected official and a disgruntled public-sector worker—one of New Jersey's finest—who, even after having it explained, still doesn't seem to want to accept the fact that the state is...
Be sure to watch this all the way through, as this may be the best presidential campaign ad...evah!
h/t Mark Meed.
...If only Christie could be convinced to run.
[via The Weekly Standard]
“I bring reason to your ears, and, in language as plain as ABC, hold up truth to your eyes.” Thomas Paine, December 23, 1776