By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog
Fiscal crisis? What fiscal crisis?
You’d think Trenton’s politicians would at least pretend to take their jobs seriously at a time when the state is having trouble meeting its basic obligations, but when you’re a crazy ideologue or vicious partisan, Save Jerseyans, restraint is easier discussed than practiced.
We saw it when Ray Lesniak pushed for a ban on pig crating that doesn’t happen in New Jersey.
This week? A bill sponsored by South Jersey Democrat Machine Assemblywomen Pamela Lampitt and Gabriela M. Mosquera, A1858, passed through the Assembly’s Women and Children Committee. It’s goal? To regulate so-called breast milk “sharing” via “milk banks” in New Jersey.
The problem? THERE ARE NO MILK BANKS IN NEW JERSEY.
Stop wasting our time, ladies. New Jersey has plenty of problems, most of them your party’s own creation. We don’t need to invent/imagine/fabricate new ones. We need politicians willing and able to solve the problems already in existence. If that’s not you, than please do us all a favor and consider a new career.
Anthony Bucco’s bill limiting the introduction of new bills is making more sense all of the time, but there’s naturally no substitute for electing folks who are up to the task of governing.