THE 2016 GOP NOMINATION IS NOW A BRIDGE TOO FAR FOR CHRIS CHRISTIE
As scandals go the retribution against Fort Lee, New Jersey Mayor Michael Sokolich for not endorsing Governor Chris Christie might seem tame at first glance because there’s no sex and no pay for play corruption. What The New Jersey Governor’s staff did was far more personal than any of that. The nation’s busiest bright the George Washington linking New Jersey with Manhattan had several lanes closed as a punishment to the Fort Lee Democrat by a cadre of Christie staffers who up until yesterday denied, well, okay, lied that the lane closures were due to a traffic study. Delays caused by these lane closures, some as long as four hours, may have lead to deaths due increased times of EMS response.
A presidential candidate is only as good as the people that surround him. Were he to run in 2016 Christie would have had a few people with him that helped him rise to the highest office in New Jersey. Now, most of America knows that when you cross the New Jersey governor there will be a pound of flesh to pay. I feel the presidency is officially out of Christie’s reach, something I would have found unbelievable in the aftermath of hurricane Sandy when he was the only member of the GOP willing to be seen with President Obama. Politics has a way of destroying to create and creating to destroy.
Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!
Sarah Bloch, D.S.V.J., J.F., O.Q.H [Jur.]
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