Garden State voters from all walks of life are contacting their elected representatives in overwhelming numbers.
Think Natalie Portman in Garden State, or Zooey Deschanel in 500 Days of Summer.
The novel has the antic pace and madcap humor of a Hollywood-ready screenplay— Meet the Parents meets Garden State or something.
The national media has, in recent weeks, begun to take notice of the Garden State's disastrous finances.
With New York and its corrupt politicians suddenly very, well, Jersey-like, the Garden State is actually exceeding expectations.
Asked, if Christie is so terrible, why he would want to punish the people of the Garden State with his presence, Tancredo laughed.
In the meantime, the Garden State can be proud of the strangest twist in its latest contribution to the annals of crime.
It's like Jersey Shore hadn't done enough to hurt the Garden State's reputation.
Prince Harry praised the Garden State, referring to its “fantastic American spirit.”
So kudos to these two Garden State Warriors for finding ways to work and laugh across party lines.