As N.J. recovers from storm, criticism grows over vacationing Christie

Dec 28, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: North Jersey Media Group

Christie's vacation has become the topic of discussion in national media outlets and fodder for blogs on both sides of the political spectrum.

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Charles Blumenkehl

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Dec 28, 2010
 

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He couoldn't have left the house anyway, whats the fuss? You have the best leadership in the state in years, what did he forget to leave undone for the snow storm? Have a great vaca, Governor, I love what you're doing and look forward to your leadership.
DMyers

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This Governor is the worst of his kind, he dosent give a damn about the people that helped to put him where he is. But I guess that what happens when you put garbage in charge of human lives, they tend to think that you are just like them.
Fair Lawn Friend

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Most companies will not allow their President and Vice-President to go on vacation at the same time in cas of a disaster.
The US president and VP can't be on the same plane in case of a disaster.
Why does the governor of NJ think its is ok for him and his 2nd in command to be on vacation at the same time.
That's what makes no sense to me.
Cliftonite

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I would like to see the fat ba$tard out there with a shovel. He would likely croak!

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