Congressman Smith is the Chairman of the Pro Life Caucus and considered to be one of the most outspoken Congressman on Pro Life issues.
Keep them Honest January 27, 2014 at 07:43 PM
Dear disgusted, I googled you claim that Chris Smith is not a resident of NJ. I am astonished to find that it is TOTALLY TRUE!! He has not lived in NJ for about 31 years. He did not raise his family in NJ. He owns a home in VA where he has been a resident for 30 odd years and his kids got in state tuition in VA. He RENTS in NJ to maintain a habitat which is ALL that is required of him to be our representative in Congress. There have been years that he has spent 12 nights in the state. How could he possibly represent us?
disgusted homeowner January 28, 2014 at 07:35 AM
@andy pat. You"rental" he calls home is owned by a member of his wife's family. He really has zero ties to this area anymore at all.
disgusted homeowner January 28, 2014 at 07:37 AM
Sorry for the typo. @andy pat. you are totally correct. @keep them honest. I understand his "rental" is owned by a member of his wife's family. The guy really has zero ties to this area or NJ anymore.
Keep them Honest January 28, 2014 at 08:25 AM
Dear Disgusted, WOW! Why does this community put up with it? I have been researching your claim and it is 100% true. How can he represent a community that he has not lived in for 31 years. It's a disgrace!! I wonder how many times he has visited the victims of Sandy? Again, I am grateful for the information.
Martin January 29, 2014 at 03:20 PM
His Neanderthal political views suit Virginia (vaginal probe, anyone?) not NJ. He probably wants women to keep on earning 77 cents for each buck men earn. "Time for some re-election trouble in Smith's district!"


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