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“Friendly Fire” Clears Chris Christie; Meanwhile, Federal Grand Jury Gears-up for RINO H

by John Lillpop on Monday, April 7th, 2014

This is article 428 of 429 in the topic Government Corruption

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie made big news last week by releasing a report which appeared to exonerate the husky RINO of wrong doing in the Bridge Gate kerfuffel.

Trouble is, the report was prepared by a private law firm hired by Christie; thus, rendering the results essentially worthless, except in the mind and soul of the desperate governor who is struggling to remain viable among potential GOP candidates for the presidency in 2016.

Christie’s long-shot prospects were not helped in the least by the federal government, mostly still the exclusive province of Barack Obama and deeply-partisan liberals, all of whom would savor the opportunity to send Christie across the Washington Bridge en route to federal prison, just in time for the November, 2016 election.

Even though Hillary Clinton may not be the donkey of choice for some liberals, she is still far and away preferable to Christie whose brand is irreconcilably tainted by the detestable R next to his name.

Thus, the federal government has targeted Chris Christie for a fate worse than water-boarding, as reported:

A federal grand jury is investigating NJ Governor Chris Christie’s involvement in the George Washington Bridge traffic scandal and heard hours of testimony Friday from Christie press secretary Mike Drewniak.

The US Attorney in New Jersey is taking the investigation extremely seriously, and recently increased the number of investigators on the case from three to 10, sources told the Post.

Drewniak’s lawyer, Anthony Iacullo, said the aide wasn’t a target of the investigation.

“We’re here to answer questions and that’s what Michael did today,” Iacullo told ABC.

The convening of a grand jury means the “Bridgegate” probe has progressed from a preliminary inquiry into the criminal phase of the investigation.

Ex-Christie aides allegedly ordered the shutdown of two traffic lanes near the bridge last year, causing gridlock in the nearby town of Fort Lee, to retaliate against the Democratic mayor who didn’t endorse Christie in his re-election bid.

Christie’s office is also being probed by a state legislative panel.”

Many conservative Republicans regard Christie, and his moderate-to-left views, as dangerous for America and would prefer to see the Governor fighting government indictments rather than doing battle with conservative candidates for the 2016 nomination.

For such folks, the glad word to the federal grand jury is, “Happy Hunting!”

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Air Force fighter jets to assist with Super Bowl security

by Jim Kouri on Thursday, January 30th, 2014

This is article 120 of 126 in the topic National Security

Sunday’s Super Bowl location may become the safest place on the planet with federal, state and local law enforcement joining the U.S. intelligence community and Armed Forces to enhance public safety during the Denver Broncos-Seattle Seahawks championship football game, New Jersey police officials told the Examiner on Tuesday night.

According to Lt. Anthony Gracia of New Jersey’s North Newfield Police Department, U.S. fighter jets from the Continental United States Aerospace Defense Command Region (CONR) are aready preparing to protect the skies above and around MetLife Stadium in New Jersey’s Meadowlands, which is the site of Super Bowl XLVII on February 2.

In fact, the air defense exercise flights in the area of the stadium are scheduled to begin at about 4:00 a.m. EST and will continue for about one-hour.

Exercise Amalgam Virgo 14-01, a North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) air-defense exercise, will be conducted in the East Rutherford, N.J., area so that interagency partners can practice procedures for responding to airspace violations, according to the American Forces Press Service.

The exercise is a series of training flights in coordination with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the FBI, Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Civil Air Patrol, the 601st Air and Space Operations Center, and the CONR’s Eastern Air Defense Sector.

“There are a lot of interagency partners involved in the air defense of this year’s Super Bowl,” said Air Force Lt. Gen. William H. Etter, CONR commander.

“With multiple agencies involved, coordination between all air-defense partners is crucial. This exercise allows all of the interagency partners to come together before the game to hone their air defense skills and ensure communications are working properly,” he noted.

These exercises are carefully planned and closely controlled to ensure CONR’s rapid response capability, officials said. CONR has conducted exercise flights of this nature throughout the United States since the start of Operation Noble Eagle, the command’s ongoing response to the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, officials said in a press statement.

“On Super Bowl Sunday and every other day, the men and women of the Continental U.S. NORAD Region are on watch, making sure our skies are safe,” Etter said.

Since 9/11, CONR fighters have responded to more than 5,000 possible air threats in the United States and have flown more than 62,500 sorties with the support of Airborne Warning and Control System and air-to-air-refueling aircraft for Operation Noble Eagle, officials said.

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Christie’s Crisis

by Alan Caruba on Monday, January 13th, 2014

I watched the 107 minute press conference by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on Thursday, but I must admit that I almost fell asleep towards the end. What struck me at the time was that I had not seen anything comparable from President Obama regarding the many scandals such as Fast and Furious, the IRS targeting of Tea Party and comparable groups, Benghazi, and the Obamacare debacle.

Gov. Christie didn’t just offer a prepared statement, take a few questions, and leave. He stayed on. He took full responsibility for the closing of lanes to the George Washington Bridge by over-zealous staff, announced the firing of two top aides, and promised a further investigation of what occurred and why. Then he answered a barrage of questions.

The focus on the event is the result of countless predictions that he would face Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election. The Governor has become a celebrity politician as the result of his personality and dramatic reelection in a state that is heavily Democratic. He gained a lot of attention for facing down the powerful teacher’s union and addressing the state’s fiscal problems.

He also gained attention for his “style” of governance. A former U.S. District Attorney for New Jersey, he had put a lot of politicians in jail and, as Governor, often challenged those who questioned those who challenged him and showed his toughness on the issues. “I am not a bully,” he said in the press conference, but his assertive nature was, for many New Jerseyans, part of their support.

Did his staff and appointees absorb some of that “attitude”? Brigid Harrison, a professor of political science and law at Montclair State University (NJ), said, “It is not too much of a logical leap to connect the rhetoric that the governor has used with the tone of public servants in his administration, and I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that the disdain that is evident in these documents comes from the top down.”

Those thousands of documents, however, reveal no connection to the Governor.

Born in New Jersey, grown to maturity, and a resident here, my interest in the Governor stems in part from watching him over the many years he has been a public servant. This is the first time he has faced such a crisis and he took full responsibility. That is quite a contrast with Obama who has never taken responsibility for anything and often stated he was unaware of them until he read about it in the newspaper, something that occurred to Christie when a New Jersey daily revealed the content of emails regarding the lane closures subpoenaed by the state legislature.

I voted for Christie twice, am a registered Republican, and am politically conservative. I never voted for Obama. That doesn’t mean I have been happy with his politics that includes an antipathy toward gun ownership, an inclination to believe the environmental nonsense about global warming or some energy-related issues.

What is occurring, however, is a huge effort by the liberal mainstream press to discredit and eliminate him from being a potential Republican presidential candidate to oppose Hillary Clinton.

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Home stretch: lot happenin’ for Lonegan

by Lloyd Marcus on Wednesday, October 16th, 2013

This is article 359 of 368 in the topic Elections

Thanks folks, you have been awesome. In these last few days before the Wednesday, October 16th special election for the New Jersey U.S. Senate seat, the Lonegan campaign has skyrocketed with national attention and activity. Rush Limbaugh said Lonegan will win. http://bit.ly/1cd5j4I

Sarah Palin is campaigning for Lonegan. Tea Party Express hosted a rally for Lonegan; keynotes were Sarah Palin and Mark Levin. http://bit.ly/GUNQ6u

Suddenly, Lonegan t-shirts are hot, figuratively worn by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul and supporters across America.

My Conservative Campaign Committee has been pounding the drum for several months for Lonegan. We are running Lonegan radio and TV ads. We are most excited about our Lonegan ads running during Sunday Night Football and the pre-game show.

Our staff is organizing volunteers to phone-from-home for Lonegan, as voter turn out is hugely important. To participate please email: phonefromhome@conservativecampaign.org

But folks, I just want to take a moment to express my deepest thanks and appreciation of you. Your support and contributions have made Lonegan surge from 30 points down to single digits. Remarkable!

Billionaire Mayor Bloomberg threw $1 million to Lonegan’s opponent’s campaign. http://bit.ly/1afuykF

Grassroots efforts for Lonegan simply do not have that kind of money to throw around.

You know me by now folks, I always look for the blessing.

Ours is a We The People movement, working together, united. As grassroots patriots, we make the best with what we have, using our creativity, skills and talents. We spend wisely. We are united in our common goal to restore America.

I spoke on the phone with a Lonegan supporter yesterday who said, “I’m 67. I miss my constitutional America.”

Sending rock-solid constitutional conservatives such as Lonegan to DC is step one.

Also folks, there is a stirring in the air, a new rebellion brewing against overreaching regulations, government purposely making the shutdown as painful as possible and the overall dysfunction of DC. Truckers organized a protest. Sarah Palin and Ted Cruz led the charge as veterans rallied in DC. http://bit.ly/1aBPwKL Yes, something is happening.

More than ever, we need politicians on our side who will not blink; refusing to back down simply because Democrats and liberal media call them bad names.

Conservative Republican Steve Lonegan running for U.S. Senate New Jersey is one such politician. We are in the home stretch with only a few days left, folks. Let’s get this “good guy” elected. http://bit.ly/1cd5j4I

Thanks again and God Bless.

Lloyd Marcus, Proud Unhyphenated American
Chairman: http://www.conservativecampaign.org/
LloydMarcus.com

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Sarah Palin, football and Lonegan equals tea party victory!

by Lloyd Marcus on Monday, October 7th, 2013

This is article 358 of 368 in the topic Elections

Quoting the Pointer Sisters’ song, “I’m so excited!” Sarah Palin has endorsed Steve Lonegan for U.S. Senate New Jersey.

“Steve Lonegan will fight to preserve our Liberty against government regulations like Obamacare that seek to limit our prosperity. Let’s come together, turn out, work hard, and elect conservative Steve Lonegan to the U.S. Senate on October 16!”

– Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin

Folks, not only am I excited about Palin’s endorsement, I am most excited about Steve Lonegan, the man. Cut from the same cloth as Sarah Palin, Lonegan boldly articulates the benefits of conservatism and why it is the best route for all to achieve their American Dream. Like Palin, Lonegan is a proud fiscal and social conservative. http://fxn.ws/17ySu3E He is also strongly pro-gun and pro-life.

We in the Tea Party have had very little to cheer about over the past few days since the government shutdown. Democrats with the full support of their sycophant media have been demonizing the Tea Party and Republicans 24/7. Such was expected.

How could decent hard-working Americans rejecting Obamacare, their president’s lawless tyrannical attempt to fundamentally transform America; usurping unconstitutional power over every aspect of their lives, prompt such vitriolic hate from the media and Democrats? This is our nightmarish reality in America today.

President Obama rewrites Obamacare at will, changing the rules; 19 times thus far. http://bit.ly/19JcWOl He awards opt-outs and special deals to his homeys. Could you ever imagine a federal law that those on the president’s “good side” would be allowed not to comply? And yet, the media and Democrats have deemed the American people the villains; racist who refuse to go quietly into socialism.

Steve Lonegan’s remarkable surge coming from over 30 points to only 3 behind liberal Democrat Cory Booker is cause for celebration. http://bit.ly/175Cm6a Beating Obama clone Booker will be a huge boost to gaining a majority in the Senate and inspiring our base.

Also, endorsed by Sen. Rand Paul, Gov. Chris Christie and Gov. Rick Perry, momentum for Lonegan continues to build.

Conservative Campaign Committee has placed TV and radio ads supporting Lonegan. We are running ads on the NBC affiliate in New Jersey on Sunday Night Football and the pre-game show. Thus, reaching a broader audience of voters for Steve Lonegan!

The Lonegan vs Booker race is David vs Goliath. Booker is propped up with a huge war chest from Oprah, Ben Affleck and a plethora of Hollywood heavyweights. Against all odds, Lonegan supported by We The People has risen from not-a-snowballs-chance to reducing Booker’s lead to only 3 points. It is truly amazing what can be achieved when We the People come together. http://bit.ly/GC5bjR

Here is the link to the Money Bomb to purchase airtime for Lonegan ads. https://secure.donationsafe.com/loneganmb/lm

Lonegan himself is pretty outspoken about the national implications of his October 16th battle with Booker; Conservatism vs Liberalism; We The People vs Hollywood.

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October 16th: rare opportunity to win one for we the people

by Lloyd Marcus on Saturday, August 31st, 2013

This is article 354 of 368 in the topic Elections

Dear Patriots. Though apprehensive upon hearing Obama tell Joe the Plumber that he wanted to spread the wealth around, I understand America’s extremely emotional response to electing its first black president. White America naively thought, finally, we can never be called a racist nation again. My 100 year old black grandmother wept. Never in her wildest dreams could she imagine a colored man sitting in the president’s chair in the Oval Office.

But little did America realize that the beautiful articulate shiny golden black man that they opened the gates of our country and housed in the White House was really a socialist/progressive far left radical liberal Trojan horse.

Once inside, a hidden door opened in Obama’s ankle and out poured his army of anti-America minions; programed to use every branch and division of the federal government to implement Obama’s extreme agenda and destroy all opposition.

I know. Such strong accusations sound like over-the-top partisan rhetoric. Sadly and shockingly, they are dead on target easily confirmed truths. Our president acts as if federal funds are his own personal piggy bank to fund his voter seducing give-a-ways. Federal agencies are Obama’s personal hit squad to punish opponents of his unconstitutional lawlessness. http://bit.ly/19a5FcS

Folks, could you ever imagine citizens of the United States of America living under such fear, corruption and tyranny from our government?

With great sadness and frustration we have witnessed the Obama Administration, without serious push back, use the IRS, DOJ, USDA and NSA to stifle, deter and as Obama instructed, “punish his enemies.” http://bit.ly/1dkY3Yd

Despicably, the Obama Administration has joined the Race Industry (Al Shapton, Jesse Jackson, NAACP and CBC) using race exploitation as a political weapon. DOJ head, Attorney General Eric Holder sued Texas as part of a national initiative to stop voter ID law, claiming that it is racist. http://bit.ly/16oE7K3

Holder’s claim is absurd considering that a photo ID is required to board an airplane, cash a check and numerous other transactions. Am I the only black person on the planet who finds Holder’s claim an insult to my intelligence?

Voter fraud runs rampant in Democrat controlled precincts. In the last election, Obama won over 99% of the vote in over 100 Ohio precincts. http://bit.ly/UCqPV8 In some precincts, Obama received more votes than there were residents. Obama supporters were prosecuted for voting several times. http://fxn.ws/UCQSRx

If Holder and the Democrats can successfully ban states from requiring a photo ID to vote, it is game over. Democrats will magically win every election via massive uncontrollable voter fraud.

Displaying remarkable imperial dictator arrogance, Obama exempts his friends and congress from Obamacare while forcing his behemoth “train-wreck” business and job killing law down our throats. http://bit.ly/149NpsK

The establishment GOP is offering little to no resistance to Obama’s tyranny and vowed “fundamental transformation” of America.

Many Tea Party patriots/conservatives are saying we can not fight back until the 2014 midterms. But they are seriously mistaken. We have a golden opportunity to push back, sending a powerful message to Obama that we are mad as hell and we’re not gonna take it any more.

Obama clone, liberal Democrat Cory Booker is running against rock-solid Conservative Republican Steve Lonegan for US Senate in New Jersey.

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Finally, conservative doesn’t cave when called racist

by Lloyd Marcus on Wednesday, August 28th, 2013

This is article 132 of 152 in the topic Racism

There were school buses parked for as far as my childhood eyes could see. Dad and I were amongst a sea of mostly black faces. The stage seemed a mile away from us. Black movie star Lena Horn took to the microphone. Her speech of heartily yelling one word drove the crowd wild with delight and applause. “FRREEEDDDOOOOMMMM!!!”

While Dr Martin Luther King, Jr’s speech made history, I was extremely impressed that Ms. Horn could simply utter one word and exit the stage leaving the crowd electrified.

We wore commemorative buttons that day. Dad said I told him, “I’m not taking off this button until we get our freedom.”

Another thing that resonated in my young impressionable brain was MLK saying something about dreaming of a day when little black boys and girls and little white boys and girls would walk together in love. No, those were not MLK’s exact words, but that’s the message I took home. It felt good, honorable and right.

Black civil rights movement pioneers such as Jesse Jackson were entrusted with building upon MLK’s well-intentioned legacy. Tragically, Jackson along with a majority have been seduced to the dark side (Liberalism).

MLK did not sacrifice his life for black empowerment to be reduced to a pawn in a political chess game; used as a weapon to bludgeon white conservatives into submitting to an anti-Christian and anti-America agenda. And yet, that is exactly what has been happening particularly since Obama took up residence in the White House.

Betrayed by it’s generals, MLK’s once great Civil Rights movement has abandoned it’s mission of black empowerment. It has morphed into the Race Industry. Its sole purpose is to exploit race for political and financial gain. The Race Industry and white liberals are a tag-team committed to declaring any and all opposition to anything Obama wants to do as racism against America’s first black president.

So for the first time in US history, Americans are not permitted to criticize, impugn or disagree with their president. Challengers to this rule are dealt with swiftly and severely; humiliated and destroyed in the mainstream media.

Professional race exploiters such as Sharpton, Jackson, NAACP and CBC are unchallenged by the mainstream media no matter how outrageous and over-the-top their accusations. For example: Jesse Jackson called Florida an apartheid state because of the not guilty verdict in the Zimmerman trial. How absurd. And yet, not one person in the mainstream media has said, Jesse, you’re nuts! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pb6huGU8QpM

Is Jesse Jackson and the Race Industry representative of MLK’s dream; black and white kids walking together in brotherly love? Absolutely not. Jesse and his ilk only seek power and thirty pieces of silver in exchange for black votes to liberal politicians, while ignoring the best interest of black America.

MLK was a Christian and a Republican, both are anathemas to the contemporary Civil Rights movement (race industry) which has sold its soul to the dark side; embracing no restrictions on abortion, same-sex marriage, government redistribution of wealth and government controlling every aspect of our lives. This is not rhetoric. It is documented truth. http://bit.ly/AwzwIo

Riding on the coattails of Obama’s black skin, liberal black politicians are using America’s new hyper sensitivity to all things racial to get their way. Want to silence political opposition? Call it racist.

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15 gun control bills before New Jersey Gov Christie

by John Lott on Sunday, August 4th, 2013

This is article 453 of 521 in the topic Gun Rights

As if New Jersey doesn’t already have enough gun control laws, they apparently haven’t had trouble coming up with even more proposals.

A3687: Bans those on the federal terrorist watch list from buying guns

S2468: Allows impounding motor vehicles if driver unlawfully has a gun

A3717: Requires state to submit data on those who should be barred from owning guns to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System

A3796: Gives those who possess illegal guns 180 days to dispose of them

A3797: Requires New Jersey enforcement agencies to report information on lost, stolen and discarded guns to federal databases

A3583/1613: Establishes School Security Task Force

A3788: Turns state regulation that firearms owner info is not public information into a state law

A3659: Bans the .50-caliber rifle — the most powerful weapon available to civilians

S1279: Upgrades penalty for unlawfully transferring a firearm to an underage person; permits transfer for instruction and training

S2430: Declares violence a public health crisis and establishes “Study Commission on Violence”

S2715: Requires Department of Education to prepare and distribute pamphlets on how parents can limit a child’s exposure to media violence

S2719: Enhances penalties for gun trafficking firearms offenses

S2720: Clarifies that information concerning the total number of firearms purchaser identification cards and permits to purchase a handgun issued in a municipality are public records

S2804: Makes unlawful possession of firearms a first-degree crime; increases mandatory minimum sentences under the “Graves Act”

S2723: Senate President Stephen Sweeney’s “centerpiece” bill on gun permits that would would encode firearm purchase permits on a driver’s license or a photo ID card, create a system for instant background checks, require gun buyers to show they completed a safety training course and stiffen penalties for letting guns slip into the hands of minors. Four bills passed by the Assembly (A3510, A1683, A3645 and A3748) have been incorporated into this bill

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N.J. predator facing 30-years in prison for sexual abuse of toddler

by Jim Kouri on Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

This is article 250 of 319 in the topic Criminal Activity

A child predator on Tuesday admitted he live-streamed on the Internet images of him sexually assaulting a 15-month-old toddler, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Trenton, N.J.

Rodford W. Brindley, a resident of Toms River, N.J. confessed to sexually abusing the boy and streaming footage of the assault over the Internet for other predators to watch.

The 68-year-old predator pleaded guilty before Judge Joel A. Pisano in a federal courtroom to charge to one count of sexual exploitation of a child.

According to U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman, Brindley took part in online “chats” with a person who he believed was a parent living in Ohio. But unbeknownst to the child predator, the Ohio parent was actually a law enforcement officer.

During one of his chats with the undercover cop, Brindley sexually abused the toddler and streamed his explicit conduct live over the Internet which was witnessed by other Ohio undercover law enforcement officers.

According to documents filed in this case and statements made in court, the charge of child sexual exploitation is punishable by a mandatory minimum penalty of 15 years in prison and a maximum potential penalty of 30 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. Sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 26, 2013.

Once released from prison, Brindley will be required to register as a sexual predator in whatever U.S. city or town in which he resides.

The case was brought as part of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative to combat the growing epidemic of child sexual exploitation and abuse launched in May 2006 by the Department of Justice.

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The Apotheosis of Chris Christie

by Daniel Greenfield on Thursday, June 6th, 2013

This is article 9 of 22 in the topic 2016 Elections

Turn on the television and wait five minutes and it begins playing. “It’s in our blood, our DNA,” the painfully high voice sings, “Because we’re stronger than the storm.” The ad closes with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and his family playing on the beach.

The 25 million dollar ad campaign feels like it has been in rotation forever.  The earnest warbling of the song can be heard everywhere. It probably isn’t doing much to move tourists to the Jersey Shore, but that isn’t what it’s there for. It’s there to remind everyone that Christie is the guy who flew over the state in a helicopter after Hurricane Sandy. We’re not stronger than the storm, is the message. Christie is.

The 25 million dollar ad campaign like the 24 million dollar special election is about the Governor of New Jersey.

Some Democrats have criticized both moves as cynical elections ploys and that’s true and it isn’t. The election, against a placeholder candidate, is no threat to Governor Christie who is running 60 to 28.

No matter how many minority voters Cory Booker brings to the polls (and it’s no sure bet that he will bring any, Booker for the moment is far more popular among white liberals than among the inner city voters he is deserting in Newark)  there is no conceivable way that Christie could lose this election.

But it’s not just about winning another four years. It’s about 2016.

Christie doesn’t just want to win. He wants to win by a landslide. And he doesn’t just want to win by a landslide. He wants to win as many Democrats and Independents as he can to make the case that he is the sure thing for 2016. The candidate who is bound to be electable because he has a track record of winning over blue voters.

The 2012 election involved two deals being cut for the 2016 election. Obama cut a deal with Bill Clinton to endorse Hillary for the Democratic nomination in 2016 in exchange for Bill coming out there and campaigning for him and another deal with Chris Christie to give him an easy election now and a clear path to the Republican nomination 2016.

Unprecedentedly the deals made in 2012 are supposed to lock down the nominations for both parties in the 2016 presidential election.

Christie considered jumping into 2012, before deciding to stay out of it. But that didn’t mean that he had any interest in Romney locking down the job and preventing him from running until 2020. And he gave Romney exactly the kind of help you would expect from a man who ran ads in 2008 touting his compatibility with Obama.

New Jersey politics has always been cynical. Its last governor was responsible for a monumental financial scam. The governor before him resigned after a gay affair spilled out into the tabloids. The President of the New Jersey Senate doubles as the General Organizer for the International Association of Ironworkers.

In carefully culled soundbites, Christie’s brazen attitude can seem like a reformer’s breath of fresh air, but it actually reeks of the contempt for voters and everyone else that is typical of Jersey politicians who pride themselves on not even pretending to give a damn.

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