BY MICHAEL HAYNE
A few days ago, we learned that Governor Christie's investor pals are making billions off the public pensions system while Governor Flintstone demands that teachers "share the sacrifice" and donate more. Christie, after all, seems to be all about "Do as I scream, not as I do."
When it comes to New Jersey's public pension fund, regardless of political party, the state's governor uses it as a personal punching bag. Pay-to-play law states that executives and their employees working on the state’s pension fund investments cannot "make political contributions to New Jersey candidates and political committees."