13 Movie Titles to Describe a Phil Murphy Presidency


Now that Phil Murphy will soon complete his two terms as Governor of New Jersey, what’s next? Would a presidential race be in order? It certainly looks like that.

“A $2 million ad blitz is underway to tout Murphy’s accomplishments and promote his progressive agenda. The ads are paid for by the Stronger Fairer Forward group. The group is chaired by Murphy’s wife, Tammy, and run by former assistant Dan Bryan,” Eric Scott writes on NJ1015.com,

So what is “Stronger Fairr Forward”, Eric?

“Stronger Fairer Forward is one of two groups launched in February in an effort to raise Murphy’s profile. One is a political action committee and the other is a registered nonprofit. The groups n don’t have to declare where their funding comes from.”

Say you’ve lived in New Jersey for eight years and you see the work this governor has done, between how he’s handled COVID and all the businesses that have been forced to close, not to mention raising taxes and endless executive decrees giving him absolute power to run the state. Is this what you would like for your country?

I asked my listeners and social media followers if they could find movie titles that would best describe a presidential race or a Phil Murphy presidency and here’s what they came up with. I guess the first guess would cover possible re-election.

Tom Evans

John J Ruppert
“Dizzy and Confused”

Brian Brown
Flirting with disaster

Glenn Summers
Impossible mission

Thomas Mongeli

Joanne Ginn Glassoff
Crash (2004)
Trev: …or would it be 2024?

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