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Sun Mar 30, 2014, 06:59 PM

"He's back!!!" Rudy Guili disses the Christie investigation..just a bit

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/gov-christie-internal-bridgegate-review-conclusive-nyc-mayor-rudy-giuliani-article-1.1739586

Gov. Christie’s internal Bridgegate review ‘not conclusive,’ former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani says
Giuliani, whose former chief of staff conducted the Christie-ordered review, admitted that the report left many questions about the George Washington Bridge lane closures unanswered.


http://cdn.thedailybeast.com/content/dailybeast/articles/2013/11/08/can-chris-christie-avoid-giuliani-s-errors-in-2008-hizzoner-hopes-so/jcr:content/image.crop.800.500.jpg/1383931359008.cached.jpg

Chris and Rudy..in happier times

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Politicalboi Mar 2014 #1
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Sun Mar 30, 2014, 08:46 PM

1. 9/11 Commission Report IMO

 

‘Not conclusive,’ STFU Ghouliani.

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Sun Mar 30, 2014, 09:05 PM

2. Christie's Bridgegate defense is hardly presidential: Editorial

Wonder what the Ghoul has to say about this?

Gov. Chris Christie stood in front of news reporters for the first time in nearly three months Friday, and told them a story that was flatly unbelievable.

It wasn’t even his own story. It was pieced together for him by a team of lawyers, who did exactly what they were hired to do: present an entirely one-sided view of events, for the purpose of protecting their client. And it was paid for by us, the taxpayers of New Jersey — at a cost of 1 million bucks.

So forget the reasons Christie ostensibly summoned the media that day. It was obvious that Port Authority Chairman David Samson had to go, and that the agency is in need of reform.

What this was really about is the governor’s credibility. Christie is hoping this internal investigation, the results of which were released Thursday, will rebuild his reputation — that everyone will forget the details of Bridgegate, and trust him on this.

But there are so many holes in his story, it’s hard to know where to begin.


read the rest here. Its pretty scathing.: http://www.nj.com/opinion/index.ssf/2014/03/christies_bridgegate_defense_isnt_very_presidential_editorial.html

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