If America were a democracy the New Jersey Governor Chris Christie would be history by now, but it is not, so who can affirm that his Bangladesh style politics would dent his career?
On the hill of Chris Christie's Bridgegate, in which his goons closed up to three access lanes of an onramp to the George Washington Bridge plaza in the town of Fort Lee, N.J., to punish the Democratic Mayor of Fort Lee for not endorsing him for his re-election bid, comes the news of playing politics with hurricane relief money.
Dawn Zimmer, the mayor of Hoboken, NJ, told MSNBC on Saturday that the Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno had explicitly tied relief money from Hurricane Sandy to the real estate project at a meeting in May 2013. Of course, Guadagno denied, but what else shall we expect from the lieutenant governor?
Christie is a bully and a thug, yet voters like him—what does that tell about NJ voters?
Christies’ approval ratings are still about 55%, found by a poll by Quinnipiac University, and according to the Pew Research Center, only 18% of people nationally reported that they are paying attention to the bridge incident; and a solid 60% said that their opinions of the governor had not changed.
When will the American sheeple open their eyes?