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    Fatso wanted to be president? heat that? its his chances going down the toliet..

    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/09/ny...-closings.html

    . ...Emails and texts revealed that a top aide had ordered the closings to punish the town’s mayor after he did not endorse the governor for re-election....showing Christie aides gleeful about the chaos that resulted, including emergency vehicles delayed in responding to three people with heart problems and a missing toddler




    Adios fatso ...

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    I really really truly hope this ends any possibility Christie can run for president.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onus View Post
    I really really truly hope this ends any possibility Christie can run for president.
    It will....elderly that need medical attention ... a lost toddler, location unk, in freezing temperatures ....

    ding dong the witch is dead !

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHQLQ1Rc_Js

    He might be lucky to avoid jail time. Think his aides will fall on their swords? hahahahaha

    A cellllllebration is in order !!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    It will....elderly that need medical attention ... a lost toddler, location unk, in freezing temperatures ....

    ding dong the witch is dead !

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHQLQ1Rc_Js

    He might be lucky to avoid jail time. Think his aides will fall on their swords? hahahahaha

    A cellllllebration is in order !!!!!!!!
    Just saw a bit on CNN about it. I wonder if his aides will take the fall. The DNC chairwoman was already trying to slay him. Talking about him allowing his aides to do it.

    Lol sounds an awful lot like the president right? A scandal comes out and its either he did it on purpose or he let it happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primus View Post
    Just saw a bit on CNN about it. I wonder if his aides will take the fall. The DNC chairwoman was already trying to slay him. Talking about him allowing his aides to do it.

    Lol sounds an awful lot like the president right? A scandal comes out and its either he did it on purpose or he let it happen.

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    Did Illinois Governor George Ryan's people take the fall? No.

    The aides will hitch their wagon to a new horse ...

    "please go to jail for 5 years for me?" ... (uhhhhh, screw you)

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    A quick study of the governors in NJ over the last 15 years will reveal some scandalous criminal activity along with some personal issues ranging from adultery to homosexuality and Corzine accused of Embezzlement totaling millions of dollars... What a disgrace.

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    Emergency workers took seven minutes to reach the 91-year-old woman, who died of cardiac arrest at a hospital, the Record reports ... from USA Today

    Not looking good for fatso

    Of course, we don't have the right to travel anymore, right?

    That lady could have taken her helicopter that day to the hospital herself....
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    NJ "politics", what more needs to be said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    Emergency workers took seven minutes to reach the 91-year-old woman, who died of cardiac arrest at a hospital, the Record reports ... from USA Today

    Not looking good for fatso

    Of course, we don't have the right to travel anymore, right?

    That lady could have taken her helicopter that day to the hospital herself....
    Yea and crashed it enroute while having the heart attack and then killing everyone else with her friggin helicopter. Sarcasm

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    Mr. Christie said he was “blindsided” when he learned of a series of emails that showed intimate involvement...

    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/10/ny...-closings.html


    Fatso should not be telling lies ... the only thing he is blindsided with is the color of his shoes ...

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    Christie is a democrat running as a republican, a dishonest fat POS. Doesn't matter Hillary will win anyway, history ya know just like Obama.
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    While I'm not a fan of Christie, I think that while short-term it is damaging, it can turn out to be a good thing for him long-term. Why? Because he currently appears to be working to get to the bottom of it, unlike the Benghazi, F&F, IRS, etc scandals of the current administration. Thus this "could" be pointed back to in order to say "See? Unlike those who run on 'hope and change' and ultimately don't change anything (at least, not for the better), when things went wrong I actually did something about it."

    The real question is, was he actually tied to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aknazer View Post
    While I'm not a fan of Christie, I think that while short-term it is damaging, it can turn out to be a good thing for him long-term. Why? Because he currently appears to be working to get to the bottom of it, unlike the Benghazi, F&F, IRS, etc scandals of the current administration. Thus this "could" be pointed back to in order to say "See? Unlike those who run on 'hope and change' and ultimately don't change anything (at least, not for the better), when things went wrong I actually did something about it."

    The real question is, was he actually tied to it.
    Ya think aides just call up and close roads and stuff like that on their own? No...but fatso wants you to think so ... he'll find who at fault, as soon as he looks in a mirror.

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    And now the lawsuits .... expect to hear "I take the 5th" a lot

    http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf...rt_maj-story-1

    TRENTON — Six New Jersey residents have filed a federal lawsuit against Gov. Chris Christie, the state of New Jersey, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and others over traffic jams in September.

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    http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics...t-of-a-lineup/

    “I don’t remember ever meeting Mayor Sokolich,” Christie said at Thursday’s news conference.


    Can't wait for the pics to surface ....

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    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) appeared to issue conflicting statements to the press Thursday, telling reporters that he first learned of emails tying his staff to “bridge-gate” yesterday morning, but also claiming he had “lost a lot of sleep for the last two nights.”

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014...st-two-nights/


    Liar liar pants on fire ...


    You eat and eat and eat .. you're going to explode sooner or later .. people should be glad now instead of later
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    http://www.salon.com/2014/01/10/chris_christie_dimwitted_dupe_or_demented_liar/

    Chris Christie: Dimwitted dupe or demented liar?


    Oddly, no one is stepping up and saying "he's a good governor"

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) appeared to issue conflicting statements to the press Thursday, telling reporters that he first learned of emails tying his staff to “bridge-gate” yesterday morning, but also claiming he had “lost a lot of sleep for the last two nights.”

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014...st-two-nights/


    Liar liar pants on fire ...


    You eat and eat and eat .. you're going to explode sooner or later .. people should be glad now instead of later
    I understand the local donut and sub shops were doing a brisk business the night our rotund governor was stricken with a case of "personal guilt".

    More to follow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    Emergency workers took seven minutes to reach the 91-year-old woman, who died of cardiac arrest at a hospital, the Record reports ... from USA Today

    Not looking good for fatso

    Of course, we don't have the right to travel anymore, right?

    That lady could have taken her helicopter that day to the hospital herself....
    Thanks, David. This one hadn't occurred to me before, but it's a really excellent example of why a right must meaningfully protect (at a minimum) the means by which the majority of folks exercise the right, in practice today.

    The SCOTUS followed this logic in the Heller decision, opining that the Second Amendment must protect (at least) the keeping of handguns for home defense, as this purpose (home defense) and means (a handgun) are the most common exercise of the 2nd. What good is it to protect only the conduct and means of two centuries past, when today nobody uses flintlock pistols and thus to protect only flintlock pistols is to render the 2nd Amendment a relic of the past?

    Similarly, it should be clear that the First Amendment protects – at least – a right to travel by car, as travel (implied as a necessary prerequisite to "assembly", a fact noted by the SCOTUS) is the most commonly exercised of the rights encompassed by the 1st, and car is the most common means of exercise. What good is it to protect only travel by foot or carriage, when today people use travel to get to a hospital in minutes (rather than hours or days) and thus save lives that would have been lost two centuries ago, and when their most common (and usually only) means of doing so is a motor vehicle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by marshaul View Post
    Thanks, David. This one hadn't occurred to me before, but it's a really excellent example of why a right must meaningfully protect (at a minimum) the means by which the majority of folks exercise the right, in practice today.

    The SCOTUS followed this logic in the Heller decision, opining that the Second Amendment must protect (at least) the keeping of handguns for home defense, as this purpose (home defense) and means (a handgun) are the most common exercise of the 2nd. What good is it to protect only the conduct and means of two centuries past, when today nobody uses flintlock pistols and thus to protect only flintlock pistols is to render the 2nd Amendment a relic of the past?

    Similarly, it should be clear that the First Amendment protects – at least – a right to travel by car, as travel (implied as a necessary prerequisite to "assembly", a fact noted by the SCOTUS) is the most commonly exercised of the rights encompassed by the 1st, and car is the most common means of exercise. What good is it to protect only travel by foot or carriage, when today people use travel to get to a hospital in minutes (rather than hours or days) and thus save lives that would have been lost two centuries ago, and when their most common (and usually only) means of doing so is a motor vehicle?
    You do have that "right" to travel by car. You just need to be licensed and take a training class to do so and meet age requirements. Very similar to how certain states treat carrying firearms. If 2a can be regulated with licenses then so can travel.

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    Contrary to some views, there is a difference between rights and privileges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primus View Post
    You do have that "right" to travel by car. You just need to be licensed and take a training class to do so and meet age requirements. Very similar to how certain states treat carrying firearms. If 2a can be regulated with licenses then so can travel.
    I hereby offer you the right to apply to me for a permit to take your "rebuttal" and git.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marshaul View Post
    I hereby offer you the right to apply to me for a permit to take your "rebuttal" and git.
    If I have to apply for it then its a privilege not a right lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primus View Post
    If I have to apply for it then its a privilege not a right lol
    Exactly!

    Sarcasm success?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Primus View Post
    You do have that "right" to travel by car. You just need to be licensed and take a training class to do so and meet age requirements. Very similar to how certain states treat carrying firearms. If 2a can be regulated with licenses then so can travel.

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    A training class? As far as 2nd amendment goes, Heller II struck down the requirement for a person to take a training class as a prerequisite for obtaining a gun.

    As far as driving goes...if you are driving (ie commercial movement) then you need a license. As far as traveling goes (ie non-commercial) I see the requirement to be licensed as violating our right to travel that affects our right to assemble. More people will turn to this view once DLs have RFID tags put into them.

    So, neither can require a "training lesson" and those that attempt to impose such requirements do not pay for the lessons...another issue I'll just state here w/o further discussion.

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