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prodigals0n Donating Member (174 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Dec-04-10 07:38 AM
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Governor Bully abuses another New Jersey voter he's supposed to be serving
This is another example of the arrogance and personality disorders that define Chris Christie.

Using state police to intimidate a citizen, forcing him to come up to the stage, sticking his finger in this guy's face, launching into one of his expected angry tirades, then ejecting the guy from the room after bullying a citizen he is supposed to serve should be an impeachable offense.

Chris Christie is a disgusting excuse for a human being.

Sparks fly at Gov. Christie's Parsippany town hall meeting regarding superintendent salaries
Published: Friday, December 03, 2010, 9:00 PM Updated: Friday, December 03, 2010, 9:02 PM


"Keith Chaudruc, of Madison, got the final question of the night.

The Livingston school district elementary teacher launched into a list of complaints about drops in municipal aid, increasing NJ Transit fares and tax cuts for those making more than $1 million.

His question: How could Christie sign off on a tax cut for the most wealthy, ignoring the regressive nature of the sales tax, while those at the bottom were getting squeezed with increases like the transit fares?

The two adversaries went back and forth for a few minutes, until Chaudruc, a Republican, interrupted the governor.

"You want to come up here?" Christie shouted. "You come up here ... Lets have a conversation.."

Chaudruc, who stands 56" and weighs about 160 pounds, backed away until the governor insisted "bring him up here," and a state trooper escorted him to the stage.

Christie, a few inches taller and several pounds heavier, loomed over Chaudruc as he launched into a tirade.

"Your wonderful increase in taxes would have killed jobs in this state," Christie said pointing his index finger at Chaudruc. "You and I have different ideas of what being a Republican is all about because Im not going to raise taxes."

Before he could get another word in, Chaudruc was ushered off the stage and out of the room by a trooper.

"Its his playground. He holds the ball," Chaudruc said afterward, adding that Christie never answered his question.

In a fair fight, my money would be on the 5' 6" teacher. He looks pumped in the photo accompanying the article while Christie looks like the same mass of jello as always. Chris Christie is a punk without his state police guard.
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47of74 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Dec-04-10 05:42 PM
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1. Christie is a thug.
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