Seth Grossman: I Ran Against Christie, Here’s Why I Support Ciattarelli

Seth Grossman, Esq.

Seth Grossman, Esq.

Seth Grossman is the executive director of Liberty & Prosperity, a former Atlantic City councilman and Atlantic County Freeholder. After his political career, the Somers Point-based attorney had shows on some of South Jersey's leading talk radio networks. Grossman most recently ran against Governor Christie in the 2013 Republican gubernatorial primary race.

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  • Mercy Otis Warren

    You guys are right that the state should leave AC alone and she should suffer the fate of fiscal irresponsibility by filing bankruptcy. You see Christie’s wife is an investment banker and he therefore answers to her and her bosses. They aren’t going to take a bath on the debt payments. But we do have a little problem with Ciattarelli too. He is intimately connected to the medical establishment in NJ (you left out what kind of successful business he ran). And the medical establishment in NJ is completely out of control. They run a pricing cartel which Ciattarelli did nothing to disband while in the assembly. NJ is on a runaway train; just like AC. Let it crash and put your efforts into the rebuild afterwards.

    • Seth Grossman

      One of Ciattarelli’s successful businesses was reading and understanding the ridiculous laws, rules, and regulations that doctors, labs and clinics need to comply with, and then preparing books, newsletters, and seminars that are required so they can comply. It is unfair to blame Ciattarelli for creating the mess, just because he created a business out of helping deal with it. As a lawyer, much of my work involves helping people cope with confusing and unfair laws that never should have been written in the first place.

      • Im Trump the 25 mil fraud

        Did you know insurance co such as BCBS which make millions by denying claims also hire 3rd party co who hire Drs with No expertise in an area who rubber stamp denials which is perfectly legal in NJ I know I called Trenton are you aware and do you agree with it ? I don’t but youre a lawyer surely you know all about those 3rd party insurance co dontcha

      • Mercy Otis Warren

        …kind of how we should not blame Senator Lautenberg for making a fortune with ADP by making it easier for honest businesses to comply with the annual grand theft of April 15. I respectfully disagree that there is no fault. You also cited the precise reason that I quit practicing law (i.e. because I could no longer tolerate collecting payment for analyzing and interpreting laws that should not even be on the books.) And I don’t mean to insinuate that I am free from blame myself, as we all sell out in one way or another. But we can do out best to sell out as little as possible. I am also not blaming Ciattarelli for creating the mess; just for profiting off of it and failing to do anything about it while in the assembly. Maybe Ciattarelli could tell me how it is possible that I can be bound by the terms of a contract without first knowing the material terms of the contract (like how much the medical service or good is going to cost)? I can not conceive of how the people have left their pitch forks in their sheds for so long.

  • Mustang Sally

    idk, Politicians in NJ are just so corrupt. It’s all about the poor for votes and the rich for donations and the middle is left out and F’D.

    Anyway we are all leaving or have left to nicer, cheaper and higher quality of life.

    Good Luck NJ!