March 31, 2009

New Jersey and Illegals: Perfect Together.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 8:58 pm

A thirty-five member commission appointed by New Jersey Governor Jon *spit* Corzine has recommended, among other gems, in-state tuition rates for undocumented illegal immigrants. Jersey blogger, lawhawk, states:

Stop this insanity. These are illegal aliens who would be getting what amounts to a $10,000 subsidy per year over what out-of-state tuition would be at state schools. A New York resident seeking to go to Rutgers couldn’t get the in-state tuition rate, but an illegal alien could. United States citizens from outside New Jersey couldn’t get the deal that Corzine is offering illegal aliens.

This, at a time when New Jersey citizens are bolting from the state, because it’s too expensive to live here and when no one in his right mind would seek to start a business in New Jersey, only to be stripped clean by taxes and crushed by burdensome, often make-work-for-bureaucrats regulations.

In Jersey we get it in neck from Washington and Trenton. It’s a regular goddamned festival.

Coalition of the Swilling and the JerseyNut have more.


  1. Why do the voters of New Jersey put up with that?

    Comment by Kevin — March 31, 2009 @ 9:23 pm

  2. The voters are democrats and many, many of them are tax takers.


    Comment by Jim — March 31, 2009 @ 9:34 pm

  3. Well after a certain point the tax givers will all leave and the takers will be left high and dry.

    Comment by hammer — March 31, 2009 @ 9:40 pm

  4. You get it in the neck from Washington, but where you get it from Trenton is in the shorts…

    Comment by Dave Merriman — March 31, 2009 @ 11:07 pm

  5. On the upside, I read that the Taliban commander in Pakistan is going to launch an attack on D.C. Maybe we could throw in Trenton as a bonus for em.

    You know, maybe this is Barry’s “homeland security” plan: Have the Democrats wreck the whole friggin country so the poor shits in Pakistan don’t have to bother.

    I can’t believe that (spit) Corzine didn’t have the balls to pony up for a full ride to Princeton or Rutgers for the illegals. I really think that you should complain about his lack of sensitivity.

    Comment by Dan — March 31, 2009 @ 11:56 pm

  6. Bonus points for Jersey taxpayers. You get to pay for the lawsuits from legal out of state students because this is already aginst Federal law.
    They’re pushing this same Krep through in Colorado. They slipped in a dawn committe meeting this morning to vote the bill out to the floor. They called the meeting after an opposed legislator got onto a plane to take care of a family emergency.

    Comment by Mark Reardon — April 1, 2009 @ 1:56 pm

  7. What the hell is wrong with these politicians? I would hope by the time you reached a state level position you would understand the immigration laws a little better.

    HINT: You should be kicking them out NOT giving them incentive to stay!

    Comment by Dan O — April 2, 2009 @ 10:46 am

  8. Like i have been tellin’ ya Jimbo…ya gotta retire and come on down to gawd’s waiting room. At least we ain’t got no gotdam state taxes…I’ll put up with the gators

    Comment by GUYK — April 2, 2009 @ 7:11 pm

  9. Believe it or not, the Garden State is behind the curve on this. NC has had the provision to give in-state tuition to illegals for about 5 years now. The former Gov Dem Mike Easley brought this about. We also are one of the easier states for invaders to get a driver’s license, too. It’s sad and criminal that this goes on.

    Comment by Ernie Nilsen — April 2, 2009 @ 8:14 pm

  10. This is outrageous.

    Look at it this way: Latinos who have been legal residents of NJ for decades and then move to other states don’t get in-state tuition benefits in NJ even if their kids graduated from schools in NJ. So the law penalizes the legal immigrants and favor the lawbreakers.


    Comment by Fausta — April 4, 2009 @ 11:04 am

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