N.J. political parties divert attention from their failures


The two main parties have been very shrewd in making the millionaire tax a center of debate, drawing the attention away from the fact that it is the them, democrats and republicans, who are fleecing New Jersey.

They have led New Jersey into a crisis of  immense proportions but still engage in this Byzantine debate to stir class resentment among people and hide their incompetence and greed.

Any segment of the population that still thinks that one of the parties represents the solutions to the problems of the state fails to see that neither party represents a solution.

However, stirring these futile debates, they inflame the passions and prevent people from seeing the reality of their failure. The two parties essentially run the state as a coalition and they have failed.

We must look elsewhere.