Daily Show Dissects Christie, Wildstein (Non-)Relationship

Jon Stewart mulls media speculation over the he said, she said 'bromance' between Gov. Chris Christie and former-Port Authority appointee David Wildstein.

larry lynch February 05, 2014 at 06:29 PM
Bellair: I missed the Stewart interview on Pelosi because I must have been focused on ABC/NBC/CBS/CNN/NYT that day. They sure as hell did not carry it. But the AP Press has devoted mote pages to Bridgegate than the end of WW 2!
karen egert February 05, 2014 at 07:42 PM
In response to Michelle Guttenberger's comment , this has nothing to do with hurting New Jerseyans and our reputation by calling out Christie . It's about supporting all New Jersey citizens by pointing out how the constituents of the Governor have been deliberately and systematically hurt --- all for his own selfish and petty purposes to serve himself ... Not us ! What his administration has done is outrageous and to think that Christie knew nothing about any of this seems ridiculous . It doesn't pass the smell test , that's for sure .
larry lynch February 05, 2014 at 07:58 PM
How soon we forget. When The Gay American broke his leg on LBIand helicopters were dispatched to rescue him, fortunately iron rods were inserted to facilitate his recovery. His wife and Security chief were there to monitor the insertion process and subsequent removal after the Gov. was satisfied with the procedure.
BellairBerdan February 05, 2014 at 08:28 PM
Gee larry WWII was before my time but I heard it was something. Since you remember it you probably also know why the Fairness Doctrine is no longer in practice. The FCC under Reagan ended it. When Congress tried to re-instate it Reagan vetoed it. Freedom of Speech. Remember? But really, how many networks can we have whose only focus is on the next missing blonde teen girl, black kids (including the president) that scare old white people and urging you to buy gold because the sky is falling can we have?
David Comora February 05, 2014 at 11:03 PM
Seems like we haven't had a good "elected" governor since Tom Keane. Richard Cody did a fine job as well for the short time that he was there. I suppose its hard to get good people to run ... in the meantime, it looks like Christie is about to begin the 3rd act of his nightmare. http://newbrunswicktoday.com/article/breaking-powerful-developer-received-sandy-aid-has-no-experience-building-affordable-housing


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