Wall Street, by some accounts, is already handicapping the 2016 Presidential race. As long as Republicans nominate Chris Christie, and Democrats nominate Hillary Clinton, Wall Street is happy. At least, so says AtlanticWire. But New Jersey’s Tea Party community already want New Jerseyans, and the rest of America, to know: Chris Christie is no conservative.
Chris Christie: giving away the immigration store?
Activist Nick Purpura contacted CNAV this morning after hearing about a bill scheduled for a vote in the New Jersey Senate on Monday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. This bill (S-2479) came out of the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee only yesterday. This bill:
allows a student, including a student without lawful immigration status, to pay in-State tuition at the State’s public institutions of higher education,
if that student meets certain requirements for length of stay in a New Jersey high school and intends to “legalize” his status. This bill is identical to Assembly Bill A-3509.
Activist Purpura forwarded this message to his mailing list:
Our NJ legislators are rushing some bills thru that are going to raise college tuition costs.
Bill S-2479 allows illegal-aliens to pay less than U.S. Citizens from out of state.
So while you & I have paid to educate these “certain students” aka illegal-aliens from K – 12th grade, this will RAISE tuition costs because the illegals will not have to pay more.
He also said this to CNAV:
I’ve been saying for more than three years that Chris Christie will switch parties. He will run for President as a Democrat. He would sell out the entire State for a vote or a dollar.
Chris Christie: Wall Street puppet?
Nick Purpura has always suspected the motives of anyone on Wall Street. When CNAV informed him of Wall Street seeming to “handicap” both the Republican and Democratic Presidential primary races for 2016, he described that as all of a piece with the attitudes of both candidates.
With either one, they win.
AtlanticWire seems to say the same.
But Purpura pointed to another item that came out yesterday, from reporter Charlie Gasparino at Fox Business.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie personally invited hedge-fund billionaire Steve Cohen to his re-election victory party last week just hours after Cohen paid a $1.2 billion penalty and his fund, SAC Capital, pleaded guilty to criminal insider-trading charges, the FOX Business Network has learned.
Purpura expressed outrage at Chris Christie for “hanging out” with anyone with a reputation for insider trading. He seemed to agree with the political analyst (Hank Sheinkopf) whom Gasparino quoted: a man making that choice of friend does not look like a man of the people.”
Purpura urged New Jerseyans to vote for an independent candidate in the governor’s race, in protest against Christie. He is more determined than ever to make sure Chris Christie does not become President of the United States in 2016. And furthermore:
2016 is not the do-or-die year for this country. Next year is. Next year will determine whether our country lives or dies.
Terry A. Hurlbut has been a student of politics, philosophy, and science for more than 35 years. He is a graduate of Yale College and has served as a physician-level laboratory administrator in a 250-bed community hospital. He also is a serious student of the Bible, is conversant in its two primary original languages, and has followed the creation-science movement closely since 1993.
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