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A list of Chris Christie quotes. Here are the best quotes by Chris Christie on various subjects. These Chris Christie quotations cover his career, and including speeches. These memorable quotations have become part of the collective conscience of Chris Christie's contemporaries and will be remembered for generations.
Chris Christie is the 55th Governor of New Jersey, and a leading member of the Republican Party .A Newark native, Christie became interested in politics at an early age, and got his start when he volunteered for the gubernatorial campaign of Republican Tom Kean in 1977. He became governor in 2010 and since then, has established himself as one of the most outspoken politicians in America and a potential presidential candidate in 2016.
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Someone has to stay on the line and say, no, we can do this by cutting spending and reducing the size of government. That's what I was committed to doing.
The people elected us to end the talk and to act decisively.
Today is the day for the complaining to end and for statesmanship to begin. Today I am taking action to cut state spending and balance the budget this year.
If we make the tough decisions now, we will be one year ahead of 80 percent of the states in the race to economic growth. If we fail to act, we will fall even further behind... by going first, we can become first.
Higher taxes is the road to ruin. We must and we will shrink our government, and that means making some tough choices, tightening our belts.
All the statistics in the world can't measure the warmth of a smile.
A retired teacher paid $62,000 towards her pension and nothing, yes nothing, for full family medical, dental and vision coverage over her entire career. What will we pay her? $1.4 million in pension benefits and another $215,000 in health care benefit premiums over her lifetime.
You don't pay taxes - they take taxes.
Don't argue! You cannot win, you cannot beat a woman in a arguement. It's impossble you will not win. Cause men, we are handicapped when it comes to arguing cause we have a need to make sense.
I can guarantee you this, that more pension and benefit reforms which I will consider arbitration reform to be one of them, are things that when they come to my desk, they will be signed.
Is there any wonder why we are in such big trouble? Any question why the people don't trust their government anymore, and demand a change?
Our state is in crisis. Our people are hurting. Now is the time when we all must resist the traditional, selfish call to protect your own turf at the cost of our state. It is time to leave the corner, join the sacrifice, come to the center of the room and be part of the solution.
Unfortunately, it seems that the way Usenet is set up, women are the zebras, and men are the lions, and the Internet is one big Serenghetti.
It takes intelligence to make real comedy, and it takes a reality base to create all that little stuff I like to do that makes you giggle inside.
I don't get high, but sometimes I wish I did. That way, when I messed up in life I would have an excuse. But right now there's no rehab for stupidity.
Infidelity in woman is a masculine trait.
Jude Law is in so many movies, that I went to one, and when I walked out they were showing another on the back wall.
Green politics at its worst amounts to a sort of Zen fascism; less extreme, it denounces growth and seeks to stop the world so that we can all get off.
The PATRIOT Act brought down the wall separating intelligence agencies from law enforcement and other entities charged with protecting the Nation from terrorism.