Never mind the headline chosen for hester's piece (Ominous indeed). Jr. takes Forrester by the handle, sprays him with some Orange Clean, and takes to the dog hair infested floor.
Just some of the beautes include:
Despite Forrester's oft-repeated claim that voters prefer his property tax plan, voters split on who would do a better job on property taxes.
Assembly Minority Leader Alex DeCroce, R-Morris Plains, said the problem isn't that voters don't buy the Republican plan to have the state pay 30 percent of the property taxes on each primary home. "We haven't advertised it as well as we could," DeCroce said.
Others, including fellow Republicans, have certainly advertised the plan's seemingly flawed premise - that property taxes will increase 3 percent per year from now on, when they've averaged a 6.5 percent annual increase over the past two decades.
Let me interject and say, that even the plan's brain father denies that he is the plan's brain father. So perhaps the advertising isn't the only problem with the plan... Onward
Forrester, of West Windsor, would be the 11th governor to spend significant time living in Mercer County as a private citizen. Among the more familiar gubernatorial names who spent significant time residing in Mercer County are William Paterson, Samuel Southard, Charles Olden, Woodrow Wilson and Richard Hughes. Forrester isn't a New Jersey native, so Robert Green, governor from 1887 to 1890, will remain the last Mercer County native to become governor.
Forrester, meanwhile, recently said he's a fan of both the Eagles and Giants, a stance conflicting with laws of nature.
Hester is quick to point out some simple intricacies that Forrester cannot possibly deny. First, he is a non-native. Not that I am opposed to having non-natives run our state, but I am sure some conservatives are.
Hester then appeals to Giants fans. Which I don't know how many there are, but if football alone helps you choose your govna... then how can any upstanding Giants fan vote for Forrester. As froggy pointed out earlier, the man is a ...
Dare I say it...
Send him off.