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Voters Speak Out !

It’s amazing how the state of NJ has declined. What’s more amazing is that as a people we haven’t reclaimed it. the current assemblypeople want to tell you they are now looking into the school districts, and they want to “freeze” spending. How pathetic, why did they let it get this bad in the first place? They did the damage, now they want you to believe they are going to fix it. Believe that, and I have a bridge to sell you

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Exploding deficits, mounting debt, and ballooning unemployment- – who will pay!

Doctor Bob’s “Food for Thought”.

Exploding deficits, mounting debt, and ballooning unemployment- – who will pay!

“… What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving. The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody else. When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and when the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that my dear friend, is about the end of any nation…”

~~~~ Dr. Adrian Rogers, 1931

Please tell me your thoughts. Email me or call my office with comments or suggestions. Robert C. Villare, M.D. Assembly Candidate, 3rd Legislative District

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Email: votevillare@votedocbob.com

Phone: 856-423-4515.

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The political culture in New Jersey must change.

An FBI agent characterized New Jersey as the most corrupt state in the nation. The political culture in New Jersey must change. The only way to do that is to REDUCE BIG GOVERNMENT in the state:

From 2000 to 2007 New Jersey created 6800 private-sector jobs, but created 55,800 public-sector jobs. The only growth industry in New Jersey is the government.

New Jersey ranks 50th in the USA in job creation. 79,000 private sector jobs left the state in the last decade.

An environment of high taxes and overregulation gives rise to excessive complexity for business to get funding and operate honestly. This foments a breeding ground for corruption.
The result– honest businesses get disgusted and flee the state.

The book the Soprano State: New Jersey’s Culture of Corruption states that “there are all these little authorities that everyone has to go to for permission — too much government means too many opportunities for officials looking to cash in.” “Corruption thrives on unchecked conflicts of interest. A New Jersey Mayor can also be a member of the state legislature and a partner in a law firm that benefits from legislation he writes. The public’s welfare is the last thing on the agenda.” For example, former Democratic Senator Wayne Bryant was found guilty of placing himself on the payroll at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. This was a fabricated position to enable him to inflate his pension while he steered millions of taxpayer dollars to the school.

New Jersey is the smallest of the Middle Atlantic States. It has 566 municipal governments and 615 school districts, some of which don’t have students, but collect millions in local taxes and have paid administrations. New Jersey has more superintendents than Maryland, Virginia and Delaware combined. State government has 154,500 workers and local governments employ 444,000 workers, for an average of 81 government workers per square mile. The national average, according to the census bureau, is six government workers per square mile. 36.7 million Californians pay only $259 per capita to run their government compared to $289 paid by New Jerseyeans, and California is going bankrupt despite paying out 10% less than New Jersey residents. Pennsylvania pays only $182 per capita, or 37% less than New Jersey to run their government, and Pennsylvania has a greater population approaching 12.5 million compared to New Jersey at slightly fewer than 8.5 million. This is simply unbelievable.

Politicians employ these “supporters” and ensure their loyalty with good pay and pensions totally out of line with the private sector. The result is there are less people putting money into the treasury and more people taking money out. No wonder New Jersey is in a state of financial Armageddon.

The cancer that affects this state must change. A limited government and a freer economy promote an ethical government and a productive economy.

Doctor Bob Villare

District 3 Assembly Candidate

To contact Robert Villare, M.D., please e-mail his campaign at: votevillare@votedocbob.com

For any questions or further information, please call 856-423-4515

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