Sometimes there are no good things to cut. Gov. Chris Christie told Coastal Broadcasting during an interview on Wednesday that he didn’t want to cut tourism promotion money, but with a huge deficit, the tough decisions always hurt. Christie is attempting to close an $11 billion hole in the budget for the upcoming fiscal year, and he chopped $2 million in tourism funding for this current fiscal year to keep the budget in line. Christie said he didn’t want to cut to areas like tourism funding, or for the schools, but tough decisions had to be made and those choices don’t make you feel good.