Christie tries to move past bridge sc...

Christie tries to move past bridge scandal

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King of wisdom

Jacksonville, FL

#1 Jan 14, 2014
This was nothing less then an act of terrorism.. Using the public to get revenge on another is disgusting... This is what america has become..

He hired the folks that he blames for the dirty deed.. Poor judgement in my opinion.. No telling what he will do if elected president..

God bless Tim McVeigh, a true American hero...

"For a governor described as a "my way or the highway" kind of guy, Chris Christie sounded mighty conciliatory on Tuesday in trying to move his administration and his 2016 presidential ambitions past a swirling controversy over alleged political retribution."

Jacksonville, FL

#2 Jan 16, 2014
It is an awful misuse of power, and Christie should be removed from office. He is dishonest and even wreckless. What if this had caused a traffic fatality. Would that have been ok, too?

I didn't like Christie before this story broke. He is a public servant, yet he speaks down to people and openly absuses others. This isn't someone the American people need in a position of power.

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