Chris and Barack

Gov. Chris Christie will spend the weekend at a national governor’s association conference in Washington.

Working sessions include such topics as “health care diversity” and the always exciting “future of surface transportation.”

But on Sunday night, the governor will take part in what is called an
“Evening at the White House.”

We’ll be reading his tweets. 🙂


About fsnowflack
Fred Snowflack was editorial page editor and a political columnist for the Daily Record of Morristown for almost 12 years. He has won numerous awards for editorial and column writing from the New Jersey Press Association and has written a blog on county and state politics for the last three years. He lives in Ledgewood in Morris County.

5 Responses to Chris and Barack

  1. writeofway says:

    Ah, yes, how bitter tweet.

    In tought economic times, with those still employed and doing jobs made for three, Christie should have incorporated new media like Facebook and Tweeting as part of his communications director’s job responsibilities.

  2. Ready To Move says:

    To think that he’s paying this “New Media” guy (who probably never set foot in NJ in his life) $60K while cutting services to the handicapped, money to mass transit, school aid, etc., is beyond belief. I know a few dedicated Republicans who worked almost every night making phone calls for Christie’s campaign who would gladly accept a job like that – and be equally (if not better) qualified. And they understand life in New Jersey. Even a few dedicated college interns could do the same thing for a pittance.

  3. writeofway says:

    Maybe the Tweeter couldn’t afford to live in New Jersey! Next thing you know the taxpayer will pay for the moving expenses!

  4. hfa says:

    give me a break. what % is 60,000.00 of our annual buget

  5. Ready To Move says:

    Yes, $60K is a tiny amount in NJ’s massive budget. It’s the whole idea of His Royal Bigness slashing everything to the bone in this year’s budget while hiring someone to do something that should be included in the communication director’s job. That’s what irritates me so much. “Do as I say, not as I do…”

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