Saturday, October 09, 2010

If NJ Governor Christie wanted to run New Jersey like a business...

...he would not have vetoed the construction of a new rail tunnel from NJ to NY.  It is hard to imagine that this is not a positive NPV opportunity.


cccarter2010 said...

Yes, I agree, and so does anyone else with any sense. The question becomes: what's Governor Christie's mindset?

Unknown said...

Political rentier-ship at its worst. I can't cite the exact quote but when asked 'What's the difference between a road tax and higher transit tickets', he replied "Who it falls on". While I understand the emphasis on user fees, it's far from an equitable standard when user fees fall on one population, but not on another.

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