Wednesday, August 19, 2009


By Dan Gallic

Corzine's unemployment prediction met the result of his policies today and the policies won creating more unemployment, which is now at 9.3%, a 32-year high.

Turns out Corzine's prediction of a falling unemployment rate was unfounded hope. This is what he said on yesterday: "It wouldn't surprise me," he said during an interview on MSNBC's Morning Joe program. "I think actually the stimulus has done a lot to begin to turn a massive ship."
Although he was right when he said, "I actually think that the number one, two and three issue is the economy," Corzine said. "People are really, really challenged in the world that we live in right now."

Which is why, despite recent sillyness, Chris Christie will win the Governors race this year. When the public starts to understand the huge negative ramifications that Democrat policies did to the NJ economy Corzine's negatives will be even further down then they are now.

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