Jack Chat: Foolish Fulton needs to step down

Disclaimer: MMM is wholly responsible for dubbing the MVC Commissioner “Foolish Fulton”, but we didn’t trademark it. Any candidate is welcome to use it.

MVC Commissioner Sue Fulton

P.S, Don’t tell Foolish Fulton about this post until after I get my license renewed

Posted: July 15th, 2020 | Author: | Filed under: 2021 NJ Gubernatorial race, New Jersey | Tags: , , , , , , | 4 Comments »

4 Comments on “Jack Chat: Foolish Fulton needs to step down”

  1. Jack Was said at 7:27 am on July 15th, 2020:

    In the Assembly for 7 years I believe.

    What did he do to “fix NJ?”

    I don’t remember anything notable

  2. What could he do? said at 1:37 pm on July 15th, 2020:

    It was either all about Christie, or stuck with too many Dems in both houses.. only hope is people realize The Murph became too dictatorial, wrecked too many jobs snd businesses, and, if he possibly gets in, picks really better-qualified department heads, not just movable hacks looking for pension boosts.. ..

  3. @ What said at 10:26 am on July 16th, 2020:

    I never heard any ideas, bills; ect from Jack as to things to fix the state. While they probably would have gone down in flames, at least they would have shown where his head is at and shown him to be a fighter.

    Jack seems like a nice guy, met him once. But that’s the problem, you can’t be a nice guy. He’s more of a policy wonk.

    I’d rather have a nominee that is a bold, outspoken and proven leader.


    Looking For Better

  4. Hear ya, said at 9:24 pm on July 16th, 2020:

    have met him a few times, don’t know his record, but he seems to “ want it,” has certainly been traversing the state for a couple of years now, and has the “ fire in the belly” thing.. no matter who we run, it seems that many dopey voters have put The Murph in high poll numbers- as usual, it will take their inevitable tax/ fines/ fees penalties/ licenses’ increases, and lots more pot smoke and its desired taxes, to wake a few people up, that we are again the most-taxed state and maybe, try for a change??