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Wednesday, December 11, 2013

The Great Grey Bridge and the Governor

("The New Jersey Traffic Conspiracy")


It is too early to give it a name like "bridge over troubled water-gate". However, it may be much more than something that Governor Christie can continue to treat in his trademark cavalier and dismissive fashion.


Would ordering the Fort Lee lane closures as retribution seem an act our governor would consider?  If one answers "yes" to that question, does this not go to the heart of the nature of the man and create serious and troubling implications of its own accord?

The early returns on the investigation make clear that there was no traffic study being undertaken at the George Washington Bridge. The trail already leads dangerously close to the governor's office.

The career of the Republican front runner for 2016 may not be de-railed or even tarnished by this incident if and when all the facts are brought to light. But until that occurs, and until the Governor demonstrates that he will give this incident the seriousness and transparency it mandates, suspicions will remain.

2 comments:

Bruce Egert said...

Most people think it was Christie, but in reality it was Wildstein, all along.

El Ganso said...

Yes, it was Wildstein, but it was Christie who hired him, and he knew he would take care of certain matters for him as needed.