A top aide to Gov. Chris Christie told an executive at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey it was "time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee" before the authority closed lanes onto the George Washington Bridge in September, triggering a week of massive traffic jams, documents show.
The aide, Bridget Anne Kelly, sent the email, dated Aug. 13, to David Wildstein, a political ally of the governor who was the authority's director of interstate capital projects.
Jim Lincoln wrote: I did hear that Christy fired this aide. rather sad that this happened to " Party of God," candidate. He is or was the lesser of 3 or 4 evils that are mentioned prominently for GOP presidential candidates. He still probably is better than the two demagogues from the Senate who crave power.
I'm guessing you only think he is the better of the lot because he
1) is a one-way hands across the aisle "moderate" and
2) he has fawned over Obama, something you have no problem with no matter how corrupt the admin gets.
1517, Nancy Pelosi must have then been thinking of the Fox news organization. She commented that it was a Democrat they would be all over that particular governor. If one is looking on the Internet, that would certainly be the case.
I imagine the demagogues in the Senate will keep quiet about this particular problem. Even the one who was born in Canada, who I will keep referring to as the Canadian. but, as I said Chris Christie, did appear to be the best of the bad lot. For a Catholic, Paul Ryan, seems to come up with some sensible ideas. Too bad he had to depend on the Pope to help him to express those ideas. (See the thread, about the Pope supporting Democrats.)
No fan of Christie, but a bit hypocritical of the media to fall over themselves with this political based closure while ho-humming when Obama and Dems shut down parks, memorials, roads leading to parks, etc. during the "shutdown".
I did hear that Christy fired this aide. rather sad that this happened to " Party of God," candidate. He is or was the lesser of 3 or 4 evils that are mentioned prominently for GOP presidential candidates. He still probably is better than the two demagogues from the Senate who crave power.