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New Jersey NJ FairTax

Members: 51
Latest Activity: Aug 12, 2015

New Jersey FairTax Leadership

STATE DIRECTOR

John O’Rourke
468 West Lake Dr
Brick NJ 08724-1571
Tel: 732-458-9271
jorourke468@comcast.net



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF FAIRTAX NEW JERSEY

John Burchill
33 Iroquois Trail
Branchburg NJ 08876-5468
908-240-7056 (Cell)
burchilljb@yahoo.com

Jim Bennett
38 Fairview Ave
Summit NJ 07901-1728
908-273-4578, Cell 908-578-4975, Work 609-984-2901
james@jamesbennett.com

 

Dave Corsi

District Director NJ-12
PO Box 296
Oceanport NJ 07757-0296
732-539-9765 or 732-923-1410
dcorsi3119@comcast.net


Doug Dash
401 Park Ave
Collingswood NJ 08108-3048
856-858-6919, Cell 609-828-1984
jddash@verizon.net

John O’Rourke
468 West Lake Dr
Brick NJ 08724-1571
Tel: 732-458-9271
jorourke468@comcast.net

Randy Poulson
368 Rainey Rd
Woolwich Twp NJ 08085-3013
(Swedesboro mailing address)
856-467-6965 (Office)
poulsonrei@aol.com




OFFICERS
John O'Rourke - State Director
John Burchill - Secretary-Treasurer
Doug Dash - Union Liaison

Dave Corsi - Speakers' Bureau

DISTRICT DIRECTORS

Doug Dash
District Director NJ-01
401 Park Ave
Collingswood NJ 08108-3048
856-858-6919, Cell 609-828-1984
jddash@verizon.net

Randy Poulson
Co-District Director NJ-02
368 Rainey Rd
Woolwich Twp NJ 08085-3013
(Swedesboro mailing address)
856-467-6965 (Office)
poulsonrei@aol.com

 

James "Mil" Milroy

Co-District Director NJ-02

P.O. Box 843

Marmora, NJ  08223

609-628-3033

hakston@hotmail.com

John O’Rourke
District Director NJ-03

Acting District Director NJ-04
468 West Lake Dr
Brick NJ 08724-1571
Tel: 732-458-9271
jorourke468@comcast.net

Dave Corsi

District Director NJ-06
PO Box 296
Oceanport NJ 07757-0296
732-539-9765 or 732-923-1410
dcorsi3119@comcast.net


Sally Triolo
District Director NJ-06
38 Michael St
Piscataway, NJ 08854-6076
732-752-6879
herbnana@juno.com

John Burchill
District Director NJ-07
33 Iroquois Trail
Branchburg NJ 08876-5468
908-240-7056 (Cell)
burchilljb@yahoo.com

Linda Terczak
Community Coordinator NJ-07
Union NJ
239-287-7181
lterczak@yahoo.com

Thomas J Freeman
District Director NJ-08
51 Afterglow Ave
Verona NJ 07044-5122
973-303-8151
hfstjf@aol.com

Joseph Assisi
District Director NJ-09
65 Obal Ave
Elmwood Park NJ 07407-3121
201-982-1514
jaa888@juno.com

 

Jordan Chester

District Director NJ-11

Kinnelon NJ

973-409-1775

jches92@student.fdu.edu


Barbara Panella
Community Coordinator NJ-11
130 Kings Hwy
Hackettstown NJ 07840
908-852-6993
barbp4ft@gmail.com

Comment Wall

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Comment by Jim Tomasik on December 20, 2009 at 6:36pm
Did I miss something?
Comment by Larry Walters on October 24, 2009 at 7:34pm
Jim Tomasik has recently posted that those who have access should delete any inappropriate posts such as the one below.
Do it.
Comment by Jim Bennett on October 24, 2009 at 3:39pm
I have to be the curmudgeon. A comment about joining the 9.12 revolution that is not tied into the FairTax is inappropriate for this social networking site. This is a New Jersey FairTax site. Although many 9.12 members are also FairTax supporters, the two are not the same. And it is important to maintain the distinction. As State Volunteer Co-DIrector of the FairTax, I encourage members to go to tea parties, but to make it clear that the FairTax is different and is the solution to many of the problems that tea party-goers complain about. The 9.12 people also are low-hanging fruit for the FairTax.

I'm for posting anything you want, but somehow tie it into the FairTax. I hope this lecture is received constructively.

~Jim
Comment by John Burchill on August 26, 2009 at 12:28pm
With regard to those who say "it will never Pass".
When people say that it is helpfully to remind them of three other Grass Root Movements that succeeded after much time and effort by ordinary people:
1) Woman Suffrage
2) Prohibition of the sale if Alcohol drinks.
3) Repeal of Prohibition.

All of these movements required dedicated support by individuals as well as much time.
Comment by Larry Walters on August 26, 2009 at 10:39am
In ref to the message from Jim Bennet re people who love the FairTax and say "it will never pass".
I have found it to be an awakening to many of those to ask, "have you ever heard of an idea succeed when they people with the idea say it is great but will never happen?
Of course the answer is no. It is all in the attitude. If it is a good idea let's work to make it succeed."
Comment by Larry Walters on July 26, 2009 at 8:43pm
What the good Senator said is that he know nothing about the Prebate and its affect on the lower income people who spend all of their income on necessities and beer and Large screen TV and cigarettes, etc., etc.
There is lots of help answering these dumb responses in the document "FairTaxFAQ.pdf found at www.fairtax.org
Comment by Jane Haas on July 24, 2009 at 6:43pm
Why do politicians seem to miss the point that if corporations didn't have to pay the exorbitant taxes they currently pay, and the employees take home full paychecks, there would be less low-income individuals out there. I understand that Obama wants to even things up, but instead of making everyone poor, why not help everyone become more wealthy and successful? Instead of rewarding bad behavior, teach people to change it. I would actually love to see free classes teaching people responsible credit usage that would help people build up their credit scores and teach them how to not get into debt. That in conjunction with the fair tax law would make for a very responsible and powerful nation. The current methods seem to me to be insulting and enabling.

I would love to somehow help change the mindset of Senator Lautenberg in my response, while offering that a credit would be sent to low income families in an effort to "even things up." :)
Comment by Jim Bennett on July 24, 2009 at 3:58pm
Jane
Thank you for sharing this.
I think Senator Lautenberg needs to be answered. Let me know if you want me to help.
Jim
Comment by Jane Haas on July 24, 2009 at 2:35pm
Just got this email from Senator Lautenbergin regards to my letter to him regarding the fair tax:

Dear Ms. Haas:

Thank you for contacting me about tax reform. I appreciate hearing from you on this important issue.

Congress and the Treasury Department continually analyze the potential impact that tax reform plans could have on affected taxpayers and sectors of the economy. Your views are important in alerting me to specific concerns of New Jersey residents about tax reform.

The “Fair Tax Act of 2009” (S. 296) would repeal the income and other taxes, abolish the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and implement a national sales tax to be administered primarily by the States. This bill has been referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means, where it awaits further action.

I have significant concerns with S. 296, which would have a disproportionate effect on low-income individuals who spend a greater percentage of their income on goods. I do, however, support efforts to reexamine the current tax code. I believe that we can fashion a simpler, fairer, and more economically efficient tax code than the one we have now to meet our nation’s current and future fiscal challenges. Please be assured that I will continue working to provide tax relief to hardworking New Jersey families, and I will keep your letter in mind as proposals for tax reform are considered in the Senate.

Thank you again for contacting me.


Sincerely,

Senator Frank R. Lautenberg
Comment by Jim Bennett on July 22, 2009 at 9:09pm
Two September 12 Events

We have two events on Saturday, September 12, 2009 - one national and one New Jersey. If you can, please try to attend one or the other for the FairTax.

1. North Hanover Township, Burlington County, Community Fair. This event is being organized by Ms. Christine Germann, who contacted Stephanie Sharp. Ms. Germann and her husband are working for the Township Events Committee and will not be able to staff a FairTax table themselves, but she is willing to pay for a space and provide a table and chairs. We provide the materials. Please contact our volunteer coordinator for this event - Stephanie Sharp, 609-392-2828, stefs@sharpdes.com.

2. National Tea Party, Washington Mall. Donna Pascale will be coordinating this event for the New Jersey area FairTaxers and is looking into chartering a bus if there is enough interest. Contact Donna at 732-604-3880, dsoup@optonline.net.

~Jim

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~Jim Bennett
38 Fairview Ave
Summit NJ 07901-1728
USA
(609) 984-2901 Daytime
(908) 273-4578 Evenings
(908) 598-2888 Home Fax
(908) 578-4975 Mobile Phone
 

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