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Christie’s Movie Trailer Take Aim At Budget & Pension Crisis In NJ

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Governor Christie released an unexpected movie trailer yesterday called “No Pain, No Gain” and he warns New Jerseyans that this is coming to a shore town near you! Christie’s camp says that this trailer is a spoof “created in the spirit and tradition of over-the-top summer blockbusters,” but in the clip, the governor has a serious message. This message focuses on the importance of fixing the benefit and pension crisis in the Garden State.

After people got wind of the trailer, social media was buzzing and the Governor took to Twitter himself to jokingly address the people of New Jersey.

“And for all you trolls are there: We know. The book was better #NoPainNoGain”. This tweet references the 2015 fiscal year budget.

The trailer features the governor, the legislature and The Rock! But unfortunately, it’s since been taken down.

 

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