At Tuesday's "town hall" (photo opp and snow job) ordinary citizens must ask the governor the questions he's been avoiding for months.
He will pack the place with his shills and they'll ask "softball" questions. He'll answer with the usual sound bites.
We all know there have been major problems in getting insurance payments and state aid for repairing our homes. Christie blames everyone but his "honest, impeccable" staff!
Why doesn't his insurance commissioner go after the insurance companies who receive our premiums but pay 16 cents on the dollars, or don't pay claims at all?
Why was Sandy money given to politically connected projects in Belleville and New Brunswick?
Why was money instantly given to a boardwalk, while tens of thousands of homes are still uninhabitable?
The public meeting is Tuesday, March 4th (doors open 10 AM) at the Holiday City Berkeley clubhouse 2, 651 Jamaica Blvd. (Rt. 37 to Mule Rd. to right on Barbados Dr.)
Reserve a seat online NOW by contacting Berkeley Twp. -- TownHall.Berkeley@gov.state.nj.us
Bring a friend. Bring a sign. Picket outside if you can't get in (the shills will arrive early). TV and newspaper reporters want to hear from ordinary citizens like you!