Gov. Christie wants to make it so that anyone collecting unemployment in NJ has to register on a state-run job search website and run a search at least once per week. Of course the usual suspects are crying over this and are claiming that the rule would make it "too hard" and say it's unfair to people without the Internet or who don't understand technology. Ummm, every public library offers free use of its computers and Internet and if someone seraching for a job finds it too ahrd to use the Internet then they probably aren't looking for a job since most places want you to apply online rather than filling out a paper application. If the hardest part of your day is running a search on the Internet then maybe you have it a little too easy. Being forced to use the Internet is a good thing if you dont' know how to use it because you're learning a "skill" that makes you qualified for a slightly better job than you were before. Right now, all it takes is a phone call in which you press 1 button to say that you are actively seeking work. There are no checks in place to see if you're telling the truth. You can also do it online, but somehow requiring the use of a website to actaully look for work is "too hard" and "unfair." 1 fucking phone call every week and there are actually people trying to pass legislation to make it EASIER to keep collecting. How much easier can it get? Keep catering to the lazy and stupid and see where we wind up.