CHRIS CHRISTY (sic) PLEADS IGNORANCE:

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CLICK for FAKED TRAFFIC STUDY that put peoples’ lives at risk

Bridge related Documents submitted by David Wildstein refer to a meeting between Port Authority Chairman David Samson and the governor one week before Bridget Kelly issued the order to cause ‘traffic problems’ in Fort Lee. 

lmpeachment a potential for “Using the George Washington Bridge, a public resource, to exact a political vendetta, is a crime…. Having people use their official position to have a political game is a crime. So if those tie back to the governor in any way, it clearly becomes an impeachable offense… It’s hard to really accept the governor’s statement that he knew nothing until the other morning,”

 — John Wisniewski, NJ Assemblyman – noting additional subpoenas are likely Monday to FIRED Deputy Chief of Staff Bridget Anne Kelly, and Michael Drewniak, chief spokesperson for Christie.

Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D) told NBC News Saturday Jan 11, 2014 that if Christie was at all aware of his aides’ actions, impeachment could emerge as a potential issue.

Aug. 6 or so – Bridge related Documents submitted by David Wildstein refer a meeting between Port Authority Chairman David Samson and the governor one week before Bridget Kelly issued the order to cause ‘traffic problems’ in Fort Lee = Important factoid  = Christie said he met for two hours with Samson whom he appointed as Port Authority chairman.

SAMSON’S ATTACK on Port Authority Executive Director Patrick Foye is UNFORGIVABLE!

Aug. 13: A deputy chief of staff to Christie, Bridget Anne Kelly, e-mails David Wildstein, the governor’s appointee to the Port Authority, saying, “Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee.” Wildstein responds, “Got it.” 

Sept. 6: Wildstein, the Port Authority’s director of interstate capital projects, orders the bridge’s general manager to carry out the closures.

Sept. 9: The Port Authority closes two of three local access lanes from Fort Lee to the George Washington Bridge, the nation’s busiest crossing, bringing traffic to a halt and turning borough streets into a parking lot. Records show Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich calls Port Authority to ask what is happening.

Sept. 12: Sokolich writes to Christie appointee Bill Baroni, the deputy executive director of the Port Authority, and expresses the belief that the closures were “punitive” and asks they be lifted. Some suspect they were put in place because Sokolich, a Democrat, did not endorse Christie for re-election. Records show Wildstein e-mails Kelly and Christie spokesman Michael Drewniak a statement saying the Port Authority is “reviewing traffic safety patterns at the George Washington Bridge.” 

Sept. 13: Port Authority Executive Director Patrick Foye, an appointee of Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York, directs bridge managers to lift the closures, saying they violated agency policy and jeopardized public safety as well as the agency’s “credibility.” Records show Wildstein e-mailed Kelly to tell her of the change, saying, “We are appropriation going nuts. (Port Authority Chairman David) Samson helping us to retaliate.”

SAMSON’S ATTACK on Port Authority Executive Director Patrick Foye is UNFORGIVABLE!

Sept. 16: The Port Authority claims the closures were due to a traffic safety study.

Sept. 17: Baroni suggests in a conversation with Wildstein that they schedule a meeting “to stave off reporters.”

Sept. 18: Wildstein writes to Christie’s two-time campaign manager, Bill Stepien, and includes a story about the lane closures published in The Wall Street Journal. Stepien says, “It’s fine. The mayor is an idiot, though,” referring to Sokolich. Wildstein responds, “I had empty boxes ready to take to work today, just in case.”

Oct. 2: Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D-Middlesex), chairman of the Assembly Transportation, Public Works and Independent Authorities Committee, says he will convene a hearing to determine who ordered the lane closures and if they were politically motivated. Wildstein writes to Stepien that leaks by Foye need to be addressed, saying, “need to be sure all understand that a trash train bringing NYC garbage by rail through Westfield, East Brunswick, etc. is a very bad idea.”

Oct. 16: The Port Authority announces it will undertake an internal review to determine why the lanes were closed and whether proper procedures were followed. 

Nov. 5: Christie is re-elected governor in a landslide victory over Democratic challenger Barbara Buono, a state senator from Middlesex County.

Nov. 13: The Port Authority remains mum on the lane closures despite mounting criticism and a barrage of questions from reporters at its board meeting in Jersey City. Sen. Loretta Weinberg (D-Bergen) files a public records request seeking information and documents related to the lane closings. 

Nov. 20: With the threat of subpoenas, Wisniewski requests that top Port Authority officials including Baroni, Foye and Wildstein testify before the transportation panel about the closures.

Nov. 25: At a hearing held by the Assembly transportation committee, Baroni says the closures were ordered by his direct subordinate, Wildstein, as part of a traffic study and acknowledges making a mistake by not notifying Foye, police or the public. Records show Baroni asks Wildstein how he performed. “Good,” Wildstein said.

Nov. 27: Wisniewski subpoenas Foye to testify before the Assembly committee, and Sen. Richard Codey (D-Essex) writes a letter to Port Authority Inspector General Robert Van Etten requesting an investigation into the lane closures.

Dec. 2: Christie brushes aside speculation that the bridge closures were politically motivated, joking at a new conference, “I worked the cones. Unbeknownst to anyone, I was working the cones.” The governor said he had nothing to do with situation. 

Chris Christie’s denials in George Washington Bridge closure scandal (video)

As the scandal has emerged and grown, New Jersey Gov Chris Christie has repeatedly denied any connection between his office and the decision by two aides he appointed to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to close two local access lanes to the George Washington Bridge in early September 2013. A compilation of his statements throughout the month of December 2013. (Video by compilation by Brian Donohue/The-Star-Ledger)

Dec. 6: Wildstein announces his resignation, saying that the controversy over the lane closures has “become a distraction, and I’m going to move on.” 

Dec. 9: Foye testifies before the transportation committee that he was unaware of any traffic safety study being conducted on the bridge in September, despite the testimony of Baroni two weeks earlier. After the hearing, Wisniewski calls for Baroni’s resignation.

Dec 10: The Port Authority’s inspector general launches an investigation.

Dec. 11: A Democratic group connected to Hillary Clinton attacks Gov. Chris Christie over the Port Authority’s closure of lanes leading to the nation’s busiest bridge.

Dec. 12: Wisniewski issues seven more subpoenas as his investigation into the closures widens. The requests seek documents and communications from Port Authority officials to determine what they knew about the traffic-snarling lane closures. 

Dec. 13: Christie announces the resignation of Baroni and appoints his trusted staffer, Deborah Gramiccioni, to the post. The governor says the change was planned regardless of the controversy, and reiterates he had nothing to do with the lane closures.

Dec. 17: U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller, chairman of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, asks the federal transportation secretary to investigate and determine what oversight the government has over the Port Authority.

Dec. 18: Baroni and Wildstein hire prominent lawyers and request more time to respond to Wisniewski’s subpoenas. The assemblyman grants to the two men an extension until 

Dec. 23, but subpoenas for five other officials still due Dec. 19. 

Dec. 19: Wisniewski announces he has received documents subpoenaed from five Port Authority officials. Christie again dismisses questions about the bridge scandal as nothing more than political gamesmanship. Weinberg and Wisniewski introduce a resolution in state Legislature calling on Congress to do a top-to-bottom review of the authority. 

Dec. 20 Sokolich, the Fort Lee mayor, refutes Christie’s assertion that no one called to complain about the traffic tie-ups caused by the lane closures. He says local officials reached out to the Port Authority multiple times for help. 

Dec. 23: Baroni and Wildstein submit documentation requested by Wisniewski.

Dec. 26: Weinberg says the Port Authority has delayed its response to her request for more information about the closures made through a Freedom of Information Act request. 

Dec. 29: Port Authority e-mails show the traffic jams caused by the lane closures delayed emergency responders.

Dec. 31: Wisniewski issues another subpoena ordering Wildstein to testify before the Assembly transportation committee Jan. 9.

Jan. 8: Christie’s deputy chief of staff, Bridget Anne Kelly, was aware of a plan to shut down the lanes and knew the closures would snarl traffic on Fort Lee streets, remarking in an e-mail, “Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee.” Wisniewski says Christie has lost all credibility on the scandal, calls it a coverup and pledges to seek answers from Kelly and others. Christie says in a statement he was misled by a member of his staff, had no knowledge of the closure and calls the actions unacceptable. He promises to hold people responsible, but gives no details about who or how. 

“l like to FlRE PEOPLE!”

— WlLLARD 2012

Jan. 9: In a humble Statehouse news conference, Christie apologizes to Fort Lee, the people of New Jersey and the state Legislature for the actions of his staffers and announces the firing of Kelly. He also says Stepien will not serve as state Republican Party chair or as a consultant for the Republican Governors Association. He later goes to Fort Lee and personally apologizes to the people and Sokolich. Under oath, Wildstein refuses to answer questions from Wisniewski and the transportation committee, citing his rights under the state and federal constitutions. The committee holds him in contempt, which is a misdemeanor offense. Six people sue the state and Port Authority in federal court, claiming their were harmed by traffic delays. They seek a class-action certification.

Click for SUMMARY VIDEO OF CHRISTIE BULL APOLOGIES AND LIES

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Why does his staff hate him so much that they would sabotage his governorship?

CHRIS CHRISTIE PLEADS IGNORANCE:

      1. Largest Bridge in NJ BLOCKED for 4 DAYS – NEVER HEARD A THING!
      2. Nobody told me about the Gridlock
      3. Never hears about the emergency vehicles delayed
      4. NJ people never complained about the 3 Hour Delays – Quiet Bunch
      5. Never got a Call from any Authorities so I never look into any problem
      6. Never read the Newspaper all this time
      7. I never travelled that bridge during that time
      8. My staff kept me in the DARK
      9. My emails and cell phone never mentioned a problem
      10. I never talked to any of these people I let go

Click for CONES Video – SLOW!

GOP Newspaper: Christie is a “Thug” and “he’s Finished”

christie THUG

Victims 918,888 (2012) Population of Bergen County

PLUS 4 other Counties

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IT WAS MUCH EASIER FOR BUSH TO PLEAD lGNOOOOORANCE – EVERYBODY KNEW IT WAS TRUE!

BUT CHRISTIE TELLS EVERYONE HOW SMAART HE IS!

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CHRISTIE HAS MORE IN COMMON WITH GOP = GONE IN 2014 IF YOUTH AND WOMEN AND ALL OTHER SANE AMERICANS VOTE!

      1. GOP = CHRISTIE SQUAD = Malicious and Vindictive People caring NOTHING ABOUT 99% 
      2. CHRISTIE SQUAD = GETS A KICK OUT OF KlDS TRAPPED ON A BUS FOR HOURS
      3. CHRISTIE SQUAD = GETS A KICK OUT OF INFLICTING PAIN ON OTHERS
      4. CHRISTIE SQUAD = LIKE MINDED BULLIES LESS THAN SANE AND RATIONAL 
      5. CHRISTIE SQUAD = GETS A KICK OUT OF ABUSING POWER 
      6. CHRISTIE SQUAD = GETS A KICK OUT OF RECKLESS ENDANGERMENT OF AMERICANS’ LIVES AND WELL BEING
      7. CHRISTIE SQUAD = GETS A KICK OUT OF BREAKING LAWS + CREATING HAVOC
      8. CHRISTIE SQUAD = GETS A KICK OUT OF PUNISHING 2,OOO,OOO+ PEOPLE IN THREE COUNTIES NEAR BRIDGE = THEIR ELECTORATE
      9. CHRISTIE SQUAD = GETS A KICK OUT OF USING CONTEMPTIBLE MANIPULATION
      10. CHRISTIE SQUAD = GETS A KICK OUT OF DELAYING FIRST RESPONDERS = 9ll?
      11. CHRISTIE SQUAD = GETS A KICK OUT OF DELAYING FIRETRUCKS ACCESS TO 300 OR SO FIRES PER DAY IN JERSEY
      12. CHRISTIE SQUAD = DERIVES A PERVERSE SENSE OF PLEASURE IN RETRIBUTION AND ENDANGERMENT OF OTHERS
      13. CHRISTIE SQUAD = DERIVES A PERVERSE SENSE OF PLEASURE OUT OF STOOPING SO LOW TO CAUSE MAXIMUM PAIN 
      14. CHRISTIE SQUAD = ON THE RUN PLEADING THE 5th AND MAKING SILLY EXCUSES
      15. CHRISTIE SQUAD = BROKE MANY LAWS BUT #1 IS USING FEDERAL GOV RESOURCES (BUSIEST BRIDGE IN WORLD) TO PUT PEOPLE IN DANGER 
      16. CHRISTIE SQUAD = SORRY FOR BEING CAUGHT AND THE MASSIVE FLOW OF INCRlMlNATlNG INFORMATION = EXTREMELY SAD
      17. CHRISTIE SQUAD = LATEST GOP CLOWN CAR 

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The editorial page of the New York Daily News, the page that robustly endorsed Romney in 2012 and Bush in 2004, just published a blistering editorial calling this scandal “Christie’s Waterloo” and pronouncing him finished as a presidential candidate.

NY Daily News = Christie’s presidential ambitions are all but kaput 

NY Daily News = Christie built a top staff of lying thugs who threatened lives and safety to serve his political ends. 

NY Daily News = Emails and text messages Christie aides document Bridge lane closures as political retaliation to punish mayor of Fort Lee for failing to endorse Christie’s reelection.

NY Daily News = Local officials it caused delayed ambulances

NY Daily News = Will be lambasted as a man of low character and horrible judgment 

NY Daily News = Ended lane closures after Executive Director Patrick Foye discovered the shutdowns

NY Daily News = Rogue orders by Christie appointee Wildstein, same high school

NY Daily News = For months Christie made light of the charges = Joked that to press he had moved traffic cones personally. 

NY Daily News = Last month, he described it as “not that big a deal” = a traffic study

NY Daily News = His aides’ emails put the lie to rest = “Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee,” Bridget Kelly, Christie’s deputy chief of staff, wrote to Wildstein on Aug. 13

“Got it,” Wildstein replied closing the lanes on Sept. 9, bringing traffic to a standstill. 

NY Daily News = Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich began pressing Baroni for help.

“Is it wrong that I am smiling?” an unidentified aide texted Wildstein.

“No,” he wrote back.

And he added: “They are the children of Buono voters,” referring to Christie’s Democratic opponent, Barbara Buono.

When Foye began to undo the closures, Wildstein wrote Kelly, “The New York side gave Fort Lee back all three lanes this morning. We are appropriately going nuts. Samson helping us to retaliate.” Wildstein was referring to PA Chairman David Samson, Christie’s appointee.

http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/christie-waterloo-article-1.1570246

ChrisChristy Phone

CHRIST CHRISTIE GOP NOMINEE for president:

      1. è finita
      2. il est de plus
      3. es ist vorbei

Christie Stands by His Decision to Cancel Train Tunnel

Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey defended on Tuesday his decision to cancel a train tunnel long planned to relieve increasing congestion across the Hudson River, saying it was a matter of principle.

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/11/nyregion/christie-stands-by-his-decision-to-cancel-trans-hudson-tunnel.html?

CHRIS CHRISTIE LOVES CONGESTION = REJECTS $BILLIONS IN FED FUNDING

Christie’s office said Tuesday that federal officials had “confirmed” that the tunnel would cost from $10.8 billion to $13.7 billion. But New Jersey officials had disputed that estimate a day after federal officials made it, according to the Government Accountability Office report, saying the tunnel would cost no more than $10 billion.

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NOTE:   Darrell Issa has initiated an investigation into Bridgegate to determine “what” Obama knew and “when” he knew about it.  LMFAO!

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COLBERT – STAGES OF GRIEF FOR CHRISTIE:

      1. SADNESS
      2. PRESS CONFERENCE
      3. DENIAL
      4. ANGER
      5. POLITICAL DEATH

BUT I AM NOT A DOCTOR!

TRAFFIC STUDY: “We now have ample data suggesting that shutting down lanes on the busiest bridge in the world to punish political rivals will come back to bit you in the assets.”

 — Colbert 

“It is my way or I shut down your highway.”

 — Colbert imitating Christie 

“Bring America together or I will f’you over.”

  — Colbert on Christie bumper sticker

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“People have got to know whether or not their president is a CROOK.”

— President R M NlXON (R)

“I am NOT a CROOK!” — RlCHARD M. NlXON (R) the TRlCKY ONE!

“Don’t get the impression that you arouse my anger. You see, one can only be angry with those he respects.”

— President R M NlXON (R)

“They can’t impeach me for BOMBlNG CAMBODlA. The president can BOMB anybody he likes.”

— President R M NlXON (R)

“Politics would be a heIIuva good business if it weren’t for the GODDAM.NED people.”

— President R M NlXON (R)

“The press is the enemy.”

— President R M NlXON (R)

New Jersey State Assembly committee Friday released 2,000 pages in BRIDGEGATE

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FINDINGS:

Another senior aide to Christie was aware bridge closure was not part of any traffic study.

Sept 9 Patrick Foye, the transportation agency’s executive director in e-mail said snarled traffic in Fort Lee did not follow protocol  and created “dangers to the public interest.” – expressed anger and concern about slow emergency response times that may have violated the law and not being told about the lane closures in advance – Foye used his authority to immediately override the decision four days after the traffic patterns were altered.

“Reversing over 25 years of PA (Port Authority) GWB (George Washington Bridge) operations, the three lanes in Fort Lee eastbound to the GWB were reduced to one lane on Monday of this week without notifying Fort Lee…I am appalled by the lack of process, failure to inform our customers and Fort Lee and most of all by the dangers created to the public interest.  I pray that no life has been lost or trip of a hospital- or hospice-bound patient delayed…(from this) “hasty and ill-advised decision violates Federal Law and the laws of both States.  I will get to the bottom of this abusive decision which violated everything this agency stands for.”

 — Patrick Foye, the executive director

Regina Egea, a member of Christie’s senior staff, got the Foye e-mail from Bill Baroni, a Christie-appointed Port Authority deputy director.

Maria Comella, Christie’s top communications adviser monitored the media reaction for weeks after several traffic lanes were closed in September – Emails prove 

Earlier emails show the gridlock was orchestrated by top Christie appointees and was politically motivated. 

David Samson, the Christie appointed chairman of the authority, wrote, “I am told the ED (Foye) leaked to the WSJ his story about Fort Lee issues-very unfortunate for NY/NJ relations….This is yet another example of a story, we’ve seen it before, where he distances himself from an issue in the press and rides in on a white horse to save the day.” 

“Specifically traffic conditions required Ft Lee (Police) officers to remain out on corners, managing traffic instead of attending to public safety issues.” 

 — Durando e-mail on September 9, the first day of the lane closures.  

Baroni = there “can be no public discourse” on the controversy = COVER UP

“This is terribly disturbing and incomprehensive to me.  How can a decision (LANE CLOSURES) like this be made without it being discussed and considered at the highest levels?”

 — Scott Rechler, vice chairman of the board of commissioners of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich charged that Port Authority of New York and New Jersey police were telling residents of his community that he (the mayor) was responsible for access lane closures on the George Washington Bridge that snarled traffic for several days in September.

“Many members of the public have indicated to me that the Port Authority Police Officers are advising commuters in response to their complaints that this recent traffic debacle is the result of a decision that I, as the mayor, recently made…. This decision has wreaked havoc upon our community during the morning rush hour…Unquestionably this decision has negatively impacted public safety here in Fort Lee…. The basis, reason, or genesis of the decision is of no consequence to me; however, its profound and adverse impact on our community is of paramount importance to me.”

 — Sokolich wrote in a scathing September 12 letter to Baroni.

A PATHETIC 4 page traffic study – A JOKE – was made in Powerpoint with little substance in it.

Wildstein wrote “Charlie said you did GREAT” to Baroni  – Christie’s inner-circle -Charles McKenna, who serves as the governor’s chief counsel.

New Jersey Assembly Deputy Speaker Wisniewski, a Democrat, specifically questioned a meeting between Gov. Chris Christie and Port Authority Chairman David Samson that occurred one week before top aides to Christie ordered the access lane closures in Fort Lee.

New Jersey Lawmakers say the 2,000 page information in the records raises more questions in the investigation.

New Jersey Assembly Deputy Speaker Wisniewski, a Democrat, specifically questioned a meeting between Gov. Chris Christie and Port Authority Chairman David Samson that occurred one week before top aides to Christie ordered the access lane closures in Fort Lee.

“Included in these documents is a reference to what appears to be a meeting between Port Authority Chairman David Samson and the governor one week before Bridget Kelly issued the order to cause ‘traffic problems’ in Fort Lee.  By submitting these documents, Mr. Wildstein is telling us they are related to the lane closures in some way. The question that demands answering is how?… How much of the full picture was the governor’s senior staff given regarding the development of this lane closure project? With the tight control this administration maintains, it doesn’t stretch the imagination that they were given more information than they let on. When they were preparing spin control, how could they not have been given the whole story?”

— New Jersey Assembly Deputy Speaker Wisniewski

CHRISTIE APPROVES THE WILDSTEIN DEPARTURE LETTER!

Michael Drewniak, a spokesman for Christie, had dinner with Wildstein two days before the transportation official resigned about how to announce his departure from the Port Authority.  Wildstein wrote Drewniak, “Thanks again for all your sound advice last night, I always appreciate your friendship.”  In an e-mail on December 6, Drewniak sends Wildstein the finalized statement with the note, “This was my revised – which I sent to the Gov and he approved.”

Drewniak said the governor approved the final statement. 

So Governor Christie wants us to think he took a 4 month MENTAL VACATION DURING ALL THIS!  That is not going to work.   NJ GOP = BEST OF DlRTY

What's in the Christie scandal documents

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CHRISTIE IS FUN

Poor Chris Christie = can’t help it the people he personally chose practiced payback misery

Poor Chris Christie = the reckless endangerment of lives and the suffering of millions.

Poor Chris Christie = Too intellectually incurious to bother with complaints about 4 days of gridlock on world’s busiest bridge.

Poor Chris Christie = Not his fault his friends are so mean spirited to cause pandemonium

Poor Chris Christie =  Not his fault his friends never communicate with him or answer to him.

Poor Chris Christie =  Not his fault = The buck stops with HIS FRIENDS who extract retribution

Poor Chris Christie =  Media is so critical of his incompetent and naïve trusting of his best friends

Poor Chris Christie =  Read an email or newspaper on unfolding chaos around Fort Lee for 4 Mos

Poor Chris Christie =  It is such a trivial matter anyway – What is with Rachel

Poor Chris Christie =  Innocent I tell you, it’s not his fault, he’s a Republican and it’s never their fault until they run out of people to throw under the Christie bus.

Poor Chris Christie =  That coma with his fingers stuck in his ears like Sgt. Schultz jumping up and down saying I hear nothing I see nothing.

Poor Chris Christie =  One thing for sure = It’s not his fault = He so sad and sorry about his career

Poor Chris Christie =  He is sorry his handpicked bestest buddies forgot to delete the emails and texts.

Poor Chris Christie =  He’s only to blame for being massively incompetent in his choice of friends

Poor Chris Christie =  Pleads complete IGNORANCE of everything in his OFFICE 

Poor Chris Christie =  2 hours of implausible reasons should be ENOUGH = HE FEELS BAD

Poor Chris Christie =  The GOVERNOR is NOT responsible for GOVERNING IS HE?

Poor Chris Christie =  He apologized to EVERYONE AND FEELS SO SAD = THAT IS ENOUGH DAMN IT!

CHRISTIE = “I am not a bully” just because I shouting down constituents

CHRISTIE = “I am not a bully” just because I belittle and insulting down my constituents 

CHRISTIE = “I am not a bully” but I just don’t like hearing other opinions

CHRISTIE = “I am not a bully” just because I insult the intelligence of my constituent 

CHRISTIE = “I am not a bully” just because I made fun of you people stuck on the bridge and for some a frightening life threatening experience

CHRISTIE = “I AM A PROVEN LEADER” I immediately fire anyone that might lead to my involvement.

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Poor Chris Christie =  Says he is a PUSSY CAT!

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44% view him unfavorably? Jan 10, 2014?  What is with JERSEY?

EVEN CONGRESS gets 95% Unfavorable!