Thursday, April 10, 2014

Controversy over ‘occupied territories’ climb-down

Battle for funding in Republican presidential campaign 
 Chris Christie. Photograph: Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images
Chris Christie. Photograph: Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images 
The Irish Times

In a desperate effort to clamber his way back into the race for the Republican presidential nomination for 2016, New Jersey governor Chris Christie last week kowtowed to Zionism and apologised for telling the truth.
Days earlier, Christie had been cleared of involvement in a bizarre plot last September to snarl up the George Washington Bridge between New York and New Jersey for four days in order to punish Mark Sokolich, mayor of Fort Lee at the New Jersey end of the bridge, for refusal to endorse the governor’s campaign for re-election in November. A three-lawyer commission of inquiry appointed by Christie reported to him a fortnight ago that the plot had been orchestrated from within his office by his most senior officials but that he hadn’t been aware it was happening. We know that one.

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