No plan on property taxes from Democrats meeting in A.C.
The Democrats met in Atlantic City to do a little virtue signaling in lieu of actually addressing any of the issues that have become systemic problems for New Jersey, its taxpayers, and job creators. They even went in for a little internecine foreplay, with Katie Rotondi mocking South Jersey Democrat Party Boss George Norcross at the behest of Governor Murphy – who laughed approvingly.
Yep, it seems that in addition to demonstrating the correct way of addressing a vulva using a roasted turkey, the Sussex County Democrat Chairwoman also does a bit of stand-up – like when she mocked a Disabled American Veteran who lost an eye in combat as a… wait for it… a “pirate”. Wow, some young folks today have no respect for nothing!
But they do get offended easily – and shriek and scream and hold their breath until whatever has offended them is removed. It makes you wonder what will be left of the First Amendment once folks like Katie Rotondi are in charge. The Bill of Rights… RIP.
Meanwhile, if you are looking for some stand-up worthy of the name… check out Jon Bramnick. And if you are looking for some solutions to New Jersey’s problems, some real solutions, adult solutions, not just posturing and virtue-signaling… again, check out Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick.
Jon Bramnick has given us a message that we can all get behind, with a plan for addressing New Jersey’s fiscal crisis. Here is what taxpayers are voting for when they vote REPUBLICAN this November….
(1) Cap State Spending at 2% (just like local government spending is capped).
(2) Cut the State Income Tax by 10% (make NJ more competitive w. other states).
(3) Full Deduction of Property Taxes on the State Income Tax (start to address the property tax issue that the Murphy Democrats refuse to address).
Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick and Republican Assemblymen Parker Space and Hal Wirths are clear on what they intend to do if you vote for them. As for the Democrats… they hate Trump and a hundred other things and they will tell you all about it… endlessly.
The question for New Jersey taxpayers who pay the highest property taxes in America is pretty simple: You can join the Democrats in their rant or you can vote for people who will do something about the problems that you and your family face every day.