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Regionalism is the concept that the suburbs, through their taxes, should support the costs of their nearby city core. It comes straight out of the UN Agenda 21 where they use terms like “smart growth” and “sustainable development” or “sustainable living”. Regionalism is a favorite of “Community Organizers” like you know who. So, why is Governor Chris Christie of New Jersy, a darling of many conservatives and a keynote speaker at this year’s Republican National Convention supporting regionalism in his state? We will get to that in a moment. First, let’s review what “regionalism” is all about.

I first posted on the subject of regionalism about three weeks ago. In this post, I parsed an article at National Review by Stanely Kurtz on his new book,  Spreading the Wealth: How Obama is Robbing the Suburbs to Pay for the Cities. Quoting myself from that post:

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  1. I have been watching Christie. The problem is he is a Progressive, but he is so hard on the media, most conservatives miss that he pursues a Progressive agenda. This is why the “Party” system needs to be burned to the ground — so we can vote the person and not the Party. This way, people like Christie and Charlie Christ will have no place to hide and no one to protect them when they are exposed as “less than honest.”

  2. This statistical distribution exists for the same reason big companies can and do waste more money (err, write off losses) than small companies. Bigger means means more places to tuck away fraud, waste, abuse, and corruption. That’s why they like Trillion Dollar stimulus bills so much.

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