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View Diary: Rachel Maddow Destroys Any Credibility Chris Christie Might Think He Still Has (272 comments)

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    It should also be noted that when Foye sent his angry tirade threatening to get to the bottom of what was happening, the lanes were still shut. Minutes after the email was received the bridge general manager reported the lanes were reopened. This is a fascinating piece of the puzzle not many folks are talking about. WHO made the decision to reopen? Obviously Foye's email was the trigger. Doesn't it stand to reason that the decision to reopen the bridge was made by a recipient of the email? Isn't it possible that people on the Gov's staff, the people who had coordinated the "study" were the same people who called off the "study?" Isn't it possible Chris Christie himself made this momentous decision?

    •  Craziest two things about whole debacle. (2+ / 0-)
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      rabrock, SilentBrook

      !. when christie said I don't think fort lee deserves three lanes, he kinda let slip his whole rationale. Kind of like I didn't steal your money, and you weren't using it anyway..

      2. INSANE!!! the four day closure might have gone on for weeks if Foye didn't threaten legal action. It looks like the
      "study" was to see how long it would take to extort money out of a billion dollar development project in fort lee.  

      Man this guy reminds me of jaba the hut. Cackling minions and all.

    •  Foye ordered the lanes open. (0+ / 0-)

      In the memo I think you are referring to.

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