Gov. Christie Talks to Haddonfield History Class

"If this is our country's future from Haddonfield, we're in really good shape."

The governor fielded questions from an advanced placement history class before answering questions from the media.

Haddonfield, like Collingswood, is one of 10 towns in the state . Christie signed a bill into law last month to overhaul a century-old standard for teacher tenure in the state.

Joseph Forrest September 11, 2012 at 06:44 PM
Haddonfield is NOT representative of our state or country as a whole. And THAT is why we as a country are so far behind other industrialized nations. Haddonfield is a example of what could be, and how we as a country should perform.
Future Old Angry Italian Guy September 12, 2012 at 01:49 PM
Correct, Joseph. Like all politicians, CC does not answer the statement, "Well, Haddonfield is not our country's future. So, how can we make it so?" Hardwork, prioritizing education, and civility are three terms that come to mind.
Joe September 13, 2012 at 06:35 PM
Sure because Haddonfield is the only place in New Jersey (maybe even the entire country) where you can find hard work, education and civility. Give me a break.


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