Bridgegate legislative committees on Gov. Chris Christie to combine on investigation

Bridgegate legislative committees on Gov. Chris Christie to combine on investigation (via

The state Senate and Assembly will act as one while investigating the George Washington Bridge controversy. Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg (D-Bergen) and Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D-Middlesex) will combine the two existing special investigative…

Posted: January 21st, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Chris Christie, NJ State Legislature, Port Authority | Tags: , | 4 Comments »

4 Comments on “Bridgegate legislative committees on Gov. Chris Christie to combine on investigation”

  1. Sancho Panza said at 11:15 am on January 21st, 2014:

    “More efficient” because 0 + 0 = 0 is better carried out by one entity than two.

    Of course, no entity would be even more efficient. But the bozos need to have their TV time and dog and pony show.

  2. @Sancho said at 12:20 pm on January 21st, 2014:

    Sancho, have you forgotten so soon? people have been inconvenienced; interstate commerce for four days has come to a grinding halt; emergency vehicles could not go from point “A” to point “B” in an expedient way–endangering people who would need a prompt emergency services response. That doesn’t bother you? It could have been your child or parent that was placed in harms way.

    Lets get to the bottom of this and see who orchestrated all of this and hang the SOB’s for doing what they did. I just find it funny that CC dismissed Bridget for lying to him. Didn’t he want to know why this was done in the first place–perhaps he did in fact know, hence the investigation.

  3. Hoping that said at 5:33 pm on January 21st, 2014:

    the outcry from all quarters may have slowed down the rush to make their favorite-friend lawyers richer at our expense, on both sides, slowed the nonsense down a bit? We must demand better folks, from every one of these clowns,at every level,who put their hands on Bibles and swear to help US!!

  4. Sancho Panza said at 9:07 am on January 24th, 2014:

    If you are so concerned about “inconvenience,” you never commute to Manhattan. “Interstate commerce” did NOT
    “come to a grinding halt.” And the “emergency services” should have informed themselves better and taken the necessary alternative steps. Some people should get out more often and also inform themselves better.