Chris Christie explains why his predecessor should go to jail

by editor on October 8, 2010

Chris Christie is one fearless son of a bitch. In this short clip, he explains how former New Jersey Governor John Corzine made a $180 million pay-off to other Democrats just 90 minutes before Christie was sworn into office.

H/T: TheBlaze.com

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KimmyQueen
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I had a migraine and it increased exponentially just now. This is utterly disgusting. He SHOULD go to prison. Christie is brave for being upfront with this and Ihope that he keeps on the up and up and on the lighted path, because people will be coming after his hide.

Bat doo-doo
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That video wont play in my cave, must be for US audience only….. 🙁

Jim Stewart
Member

I went to http://www.theblaze.com and the video played fine there.

fleeceme
Guest

Yeah, won’t play for me either. Must not have paid the tax.

Administrator
Admin

Are you guys using Firefox. I find these videos form the blaze are not playing on Firefox for me either.

USN-RETIRED
Member

I had a similiar problem.

I upgraded to Flash Player V. 10 and everything plays fine now.

Bat doo-doo
Guest

What country are you fleecy? I’m in Australia. We also hate the media & enjoy Christie over here – Chris Christie, Christie Brinkley and others….

redabogado
Member

They don’t call it the Garbage State for nothing!!

Elrond Hubbard
Member

Corzine is as corrupt and thuggish as fellow New Jerseryian Tony Soprano but without any of Tony’s redeeming features (too, Tony was fictional while Corzine is a real life scumbag). It’s important that Corzine be indicted, tried and (hopefully) convicted of political corruption, getting a stiff jail sentence…but it probably won’t happen.

USN-RETIRED
Member

He can try but the Dems will find some Commie judge to stop it.

Philanthropist
Guest

Prison for Corzine, corruption like that should not go unpunished. And why couldn’t the State get the money back after the Democrats put it in their pockets? Surely their should be some legal mechanism to remedy blatant malfeasance.

YT
Member

There sure is in the USSA: Promote the offender to President.

trinity
Guest

Corzine is a POS. The people of NJ are VERY fortunate to now have Gov. Christie, a man who believes in fiscal reponsibility and has the cajones to make the tough decisions necessary to get the state back on track.

Ruben
Member

Wow. God bless and keep him.

Betty
Guest

Please play more Chris Christie! He’s a rock star! He sends a thrill up my leg! Woo Hoo! (Seriously – this man will be President some day!)

danybhoy
Member

Welcome to my bandwagon.

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