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(RealClear)   NJ Democrats plan to merge traffic   (realclear.com) divider line 25
    More: Interesting, Democrats, Bill Baroni, David Wildstein, traffic jams, confidantes, Port Authority of New York, New Jersey, Chris Christie  
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2014-01-27 12:35:54 PM
While he has not yet received an invitation to participate, sources close to Steve Winwood indicate that he is tan and rested and ready to rock again.
 
2014-01-27 12:42:27 PM
Now I have Jimi Hendrix stuck in my head.
 
2014-01-27 12:42:58 PM
Is that the banner for Norsefire behind his head?
 
2014-01-27 12:47:21 PM
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Heh.
 
2014-01-27 12:53:08 PM
"No subpoenas target Christie himself"

O'RLY?
 
2014-01-27 12:55:26 PM

ikanreed: Is that the banner for Norsefire behind his head?


It looks like a Dire Wraiths Deathwing, so no it's much worse than that.
 
2014-01-27 01:01:34 PM

s2s2s2: "No subpoenas target Christie himself"

O'RLY?


Gun-related event?
www.weaponspro.com
 
2014-01-27 01:07:51 PM
Like a house of cards...

Christie's Biggest Sandy Contractor Fired

HGI won its contract last May shortly after its New Jersey law firm, Capehart Scatchard, made a $25,000 donation to the Republican Governors Association, which is now headed by Christie. The RGA contributed $1.7 million to Christie's re-election campaign.

or is it like the walls of Jericho?
 
2014-01-27 01:09:31 PM

s2s2s2: "No subpoenas target Christie himself"

O'RLY?


They can issue subpoenas as and when needed.  Of course they aren't going to start with Christie.
 
2014-01-27 01:10:12 PM
I hope they really figure out why this happened... the lack of endorsement by a Dem mayor doesn't make enough sense.
 
m00
2014-01-27 01:17:19 PM

Mercutio74: I hope they really figure out why this happened... the lack of endorsement by a Dem mayor doesn't make enough sense.


You're not believing the traffic study angle? :p
 
2014-01-27 01:18:28 PM

Mercutio74: I hope they really figure out why this happened... the lack of endorsement by a Dem mayor doesn't make enough sense.


I think that was debunked and it was a slight against the NJ senate president's district or is that still conjecture?
 
2014-01-27 01:18:36 PM

neversubmit: Like a house of cards...

Christie's Biggest Sandy Contractor Fired

HGI won its contract last May shortly after its New Jersey law firm, Capehart Scatchard, made a $25,000 donation to the Republican Governors Association, which is now headed by Christie. The RGA contributed $1.7 million to Christie's re-election campaign.

or is it like the walls of Jericho?


heroicbiz.com
 
2014-01-27 01:22:50 PM

somedude210: Mercutio74: I hope they really figure out why this happened... the lack of endorsement by a Dem mayor doesn't make enough sense.

I think that was debunked and it was a slight against the NJ senate president's district or is that still conjecture?


That's Maddow's theory...  which I agree with.  The timing with all the judicial wrangling is some pretty compelling circumstantial evidence.  It also puts Christie at the center of it as the likely shot caller (doing away with the whole overzealous staffer nonsense).
 
2014-01-27 01:24:57 PM

Mercutio74: I hope they really figure out why this happened... the lack of endorsement by a Dem mayor doesn't make enough sense.


Like Hoboken, real estate.

/kornacki got his start(from wildstein!) covering nj politics
 
2014-01-27 01:27:44 PM

neversubmit: Like a house of cards...

Christie's Biggest Sandy Contractor Fired

HGI won its contract last May shortly after its New Jersey law firm, Capehart Scatchard, made a $25,000 donation to the Republican Governors Association, which is now headed by Christie. The RGA contributed $1.7 million to Christie's re-election campaign.

or is it like the walls of Jericho?



Interesting.
 
2014-01-27 01:30:25 PM

heavymetal: neversubmit: Like a house of cards...

Christie's Biggest Sandy Contractor Fired

HGI won its contract last May shortly after its New Jersey law firm, Capehart Scatchard, made a $25,000 donation to the Republican Governors Association, which is now headed by Christie. The RGA contributed $1.7 million to Christie's re-election campaign.

or is it like the walls of Jericho?

[heroicbiz.com image 431x388]


Jericho Walls is a rather odd porn name, but then aren't they all.
 
2014-01-27 01:35:59 PM
This is how they plan to merge...

www.tfw2005.com

www.voltron.com
 
2014-01-27 02:07:41 PM

Mercutio74: I hope they really figure out why this happened... the lack of endorsement by a Dem mayor doesn't make enough sense.


You don't know Christie then.
 
2014-01-27 02:22:36 PM

organizmx: Mercutio74: I hope they really figure out why this happened... the lack of endorsement by a Dem mayor doesn't make enough sense.

You don't know Christie then.


Perhaps, but if he's this careless over essentially nothing, how did he make it this far?  A gesture like this probably deserves a stronger motive or else the kind of sociopathic risk/reward calculation that someone has to go through prior to attempting this stunt would put this in the "special occasion" category.
 
m00
2014-01-27 02:31:30 PM

Mercutio74: It also puts Christie at the center of it as the likely shot caller


Well, it's paramount that any theory has this component.
 
2014-01-27 03:26:46 PM

Mercutio74: organizmx: Mercutio74: I hope they really figure out why this happened... the lack of endorsement by a Dem mayor doesn't make enough sense.

You don't know Christie then.

Perhaps, but if he's this careless over essentially nothing, how did he make it this far?  A gesture like this probably deserves a stronger motive or else the kind of sociopathic risk/reward calculation that someone has to go through prior to attempting this stunt would put this in the "special occasion" category.


I called that a while back (when the story broke actually).  You don't need a strong motive if you don't think you will get caught.

http://www.businessinsider.com/20-signs-that-you-are-a-psychopath-20 13 -9?op=1

Pathological lying and overestimation of their own ability (thinking they can get away with shiat)
 
2014-01-27 06:23:00 PM

mrshowrules: I called that a while back (when the story broke actually). You don't need a strong motive if you don't think you will get caught.

http://www.businessinsider.com/20-signs-that-you-are-a-psychopath-20 13 -9?op=1

Pathological lying and overestimation of their own ability (thinking they can get away with shiat)


It's a fair statement, but for him only to FINALLY get caught when he's governor?  Seems like he'd have either farked up sooner, or he's one of those really high functioning sociopaths.
 
2014-01-27 10:14:37 PM

unlikely: While he has not yet received an invitation to participate, sources close to Steve Winwood indicate that he is tan and rested and ready to rock again.


Do you have evidence to back up your assertion, or do you expect us to simply take that on blind faith?
 
2014-01-27 10:17:14 PM

HighOnCraic: unlikely: While he has not yet received an invitation to participate, sources close to Steve Winwood indicate that he is tan and rested and ready to rock again.

Do you have evidence to back up your assertion, or do you expect us to simply take that on blind faith?


Sorry, someone was gonna, um, go there sooner or later. . .
 
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