Joseph Cryan’s right: New Jersey voters deserve the truth (“Christie’s ‘shared values’ is a very big deal,” July 26).
I wish he’d demand that Gov. Corzine tell us: Is he going to release his e-mails in the Ms. Katz scandal? Talk of conflict of interest. Did she pay tax on the “gift” she received?
Shouldn’t Cryan be asking the governor—who, while running for office, promised he would cut property tax—what happened there? I’m not sure of anyone else, but my taxes here in East Hanover have been going up, up, up, during his years as governor. How, Cryan should be asking, can small businesses hire anyone when they are being taxed at such high rates that they must leave the state or institute hiring freezes?
Cryan, (if he really cared about the state, and the lives of daughters, sisters, wives, fathers, husbands and sons), politics should not have played in any part of the last minute “concessions” to the unions before the governor’s rally in West Orange. Yes, Mr. Cryan, you and Gov. Corzine owe us truth and should clean your own political house first.
Thomas Michaels Jr.