Christie downplays microanalysis of monthly revenue figures

JERSEY CITY – Gov. Chris Christie says he’s not worried about month-to-month revenue numbers, and says others should not fret

JERSEY CITY – Gov. Chris Christie says he’s not worried about month-to-month revenue numbers, and says others should not fret either.

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Speaking to reporters during a Tuesday news conference, Christie said too much attention is being paid on what he says amounts to a small revenue gap and that residents are not buying Democrats’ half-hearted attempts at suddenly being fiscally conscience lawmakers.

“You guys want to micro-analyze the month-to-month numbers,” he said, referring to reporters.

“Revenues are going to be what they’re going to be and I don’t worry about it,” Christie said.

The governor called it hypocritical that so much attention has been given to the monthly numbers now, when Democrats failed to take such a “micro-analysis” approach in past years.

Christie downplays microanalysis of monthly revenue figures