All statements involving Chris Christie
"Gross income tax receipts are exceeding the Administration’s projections for this fiscal year prior to Sandy."
"A far different picture from the prior eight years, which saw 115 increases in taxes and fees."
Says in fiscal year 2011, the state had "a projected $11 billion deficit."
Says "our economy in New Jersey gets $38 billion from the businesses at the Shore."
Says New Jersey is "50th in return of our federal tax dollars."
Says "I was the first governor in America to endorse Mitt Romney."
Says New Jersey lost private-sector jobs between 2000 and 2009 because Democrats increased taxes, fees, regulations and state spending.
"Now remember, property taxes went up 70 percent in the 10 years before I became governor."
Says Chris Christie created "this new category where you could get laid off and just be totally denied unemployment benefits forever."
"(Barack Obama) says he’s going to reduce the long-term debt and deficit by $4 trillion, doesn’t say how he's going to do it."
"The income tax that started at 2 percent under Governor Byrne is now 9 percent."
Says Ronald Reagan "was behind in the polls in 1980 going into the debate with Jimmy Carter and then turned around 10 days later and won 40 states."
Says there are "fewer jobs in America today than when Barack Obama became president."
Says "the governor is going around the state talking about [how] we should fund an income tax cut" that benefits higher income earners and not lower income earners
Says Bruce Springsteen played in 1975 at Seton Hall University in South Orange at Walsh gym.
"The first (state) budget that came out of our Republican leadership slashed funding to Planned Parenthood...It resulted in the reduction of hours, the elimination of days, elimination of access to women in my city and all over my state."
Says Chris Christie was the "first governor in America to endorse" Mitt Romney.
Says Gov. Chris Christie has embarked on a tour to "demand that New Jersey’s Democratic legislature approve an immediate tax cut that would disproportionately benefit the wealthiest."
Says the national health care law puts federal "bureaucrats between an American citizen and her doctor."
Says the United States has "the world’s greatest health care system."
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