Ex-Christie aides' lawyers offer N.J. traffic scandal arguments

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SunnyDaySam wrote:

Kelly is obviously protecting Christie – does anyone not see this?

Mar 11, 2014 3:15pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
SunnyDaySam wrote:

Christie has proven a couple of things: there’s nobody he won’t throw under the bus and he lacks any good judgement in picking people who work for him. High school buddies?? gimme a break!

Mar 11, 2014 3:38pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
zigo wrote:

They just don’t want to incriminate “the big bully”. Fear of reprisals.

Mar 11, 2014 5:50pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
zigo wrote:

“It would be a terrible injustice for anyone to be prosecuted in this case.” Tells you something about their view of “justice”.
Indeed, Christie should be “congratulated” for holding up emergency vehicles to get back at a political opponent. Sounds kind of like invading Iraq because you simply don’t like them, and making up the evidence to do so.

Mar 11, 2014 5:54pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
carnivalchaos wrote:

Republicans have gotten away with so much for so long that they really feel above the law. It’s not that they think our laws never apply to them. It’s when they really want to do something and the law is getting in their way, they convince themselves that their conservative ends always justify the means.

The reason we’re still having to listen to Dick Cheney prattle on about how we should be throwing our military weight around (even though he avoided serving himself) is because we didn’t do a thorough investigation of the Bush/Cheney run-up to the Iraq War. Cheney needs to be discredited, but that won’t happen and he’ll continue to have influence. The US conservatives are destroying this country.

Mar 11, 2014 6:27pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
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