Thousands of Students Walk Out Protesting Governor Chris Christie's Budget Cuts in New Jersey

Students: "What do want?" Money.."When do we want it?" Now....Um, I think that might be the problem, there is no money....

New Jersey faced with a $11 billion deficit, and unlike the Federal government, New Jersey can't print money, Governor Chris Cristie has to make the tough choices...h/t to Chris Cristie for doing what's right, not what's easy..

Thousands of New Jersey high school students walked out of class Tuesday to protest budget cuts, a statewide event organized through text messages and social networking websites.

The anatomy of a protest was on full display at Englewood's Dwight Morrow High School. It started with a small group of students who tested the waters Tuesday morning.

"Education should always be the first priority," said junior Amber Diaz. Their goal was to participate in a statewide effort to voice their concerns and frustration over what they said was Gov. Chris Christie's assault on public education.

By 9 a.m. in Engelwood, a few hundred students, all of whom school officials said will face Saturday detention for cutting class, poured out of the school.