Documents: Creating traffic jam as retribution became running joke for 2 connected to Christie

  • Article by: ANGELA DELLI SANTI , Associated Press
  • Updated: February 27, 2014 - 7:15 PM

TRENTON, N.J. — The latest documents released by a New Jersey legislative committee looking into a political payback scandal surrounding Gov. Chris Christie show two figures at the heart of the case making running jokes about the idea of creating traffic jams as a way to strike at enemies.

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peoplewatchrFeb. 27, 14 1:46 PM

Isn't there any other news that can be reported besides a traffic jam from last year? This wouldn't even be a story if Christie was a democrat.

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tnesleyFeb. 27, 14 1:52 PM

Why is this a story in the MINNEAPOLS Tribune? Twas a boneheaded decision by someone in NJ, and has zero effect on those in Minnesota.

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jee7654Feb. 27, 14 2:03 PM

Christie has been on the short list as a potential Republican presidential candidate. That makes him higher profile than most governors and makes this story of national interest.

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dogmanFeb. 27, 14 2:03 PM

Despite the pleas of those who prefer to keep their heads stuck in the sand... a (former) top contender for the teapublican presidential nomination is self-destructing before our eyes. The ironic thing is.. the lane closings aren't in the same league as the misappropriation of Sandy funds that appears to have happened. Bridgegate exposes Chrissy's dishonesty, his weakness as a leader, his childish inclination to bully those who won't kneel and kiss his ring, and his massive ego. However, Sandygate is the type of scandal that could land people in jail. We're only in the first chapter of this ongoing saga

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avejoeconFeb. 27, 14 2:11 PM

Dogman again shows his hate for things that don't exist. Three separate independent studies of the Sandy distribution showed NO, NONE, NOT ONE, inconsistency. And not one shred of evidence has been shown to exist that Christie was involved in the bridge incident. But, hate on, it's what the left does.

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patasticFeb. 27, 14 2:17 PM

" We're only in the first chapter of this ongoing saga." Let me guess. This saga will end right around Dec. 1, 2016...

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dogmanFeb. 27, 14 2:20 PM

"Three separate independent studies of the Sandy distribution showed NO, NONE, NOT ONE, inconsistency." -- don't tell me, Joe.. a Faux Nooz study, a Breitbart study, and an Avik Roy study? Even extremist websites acknowledge investigations are ongoing. Please support your frantic claims with the name of the studies

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