It’s that time of year when people make New Year’s resolutions. The easy ones are kept. Most of the hard ones are not.
What should Governor Christie resolve to do differently and better in the New Year?
It’s probably too much to ask him to focus on the poor, the middle class, the public school teachers and kids, the uninsured, or the environment. After all, they are not his benefactors. His agenda will focus on the wants and needs of the Koch Brothers, Sheldon Adelson, and the medical-educational-insurance-industrial complex – the folks who provide him the funds for his state and national political ambitions. But this year, he can make one small resolution to the people of New Jersey. One that he’s started to follow post-Sandy, but one that he’s likely to ignore as the 2013 election heats up.