Meanwhile, Lonegan has been running ads on radio, including one featuring “Christie’s Lies.”
Since I’m trying to play it fair between the two, here’s a video of Lonegan at the Philadelphia Tea Party earlier this year.
UPDATE: Christie held a conference call with former New York Mayor Rudy Giulani earlier today, lamenting New Jersey’s miserable economic circumstances, the need for a line-item veto to be used against wasteful spending, across-the-board tax cuts, declaring, “a former prosecutor has done this before.”
Giulani added, “This race does remind me of similar situation in my first term – I had a 2.2, 2.3 billion deficit, much larger than my opponent had been saying all through the election. I was given a report that told me how to deal with it, which was to raise taxes and raise every fee available. I threw it in the garbage, literally and figuratively, saying, ‘this has been the problem in New York for the past 30 years.’ Instead I cut spending and cut taxes where I could. I didn’t invent the approach; I adopted this idea from Ronald Reagan and from John Kennedy.”