Corzine has hypocritcal balls to attack Christie on a loan to a friend…

Dan Gallic of the Save Jersey blog writes this:

Wait, let me get this straight. Corzine is actually criticizing Christie for helping out a colleague, albeit one of lower standing within the office, with a loan. This is the same Corzine that donated a cool $6,000,000 to the former lover/Union President Karla “I need to be a Kardashian” Katz foundation and another $500,000 to her brother, who fancies himself a yellow tabloid author, in supposed hush money? The same Corzine who re-nominated the Pension Board members who lost nearly $36 BILLION in pension money in the last twelve months, including a last minute $175,000,000 investment to Lehman Bros, shortly before it’s demise? (Even though the Pension Board members hailed from Lehman Bros.) This is the same Corzine who buckled to Union demands of higher salaries and more hires even though we are $10,000,000,000 in the hole (and that is just ’10 projections!). This is the same Corzine who spent nearly 30% of his time NOT as governor, gallivanting the country pitching Hillary Clinton’s worthiness for the highest election position in the land while his own state suffered under massive bureaucratic red tape and anti-business regulation put upon it by the same people who endorsed his opponent today?

Corzine is worried about two private conversations that Christie had, not campaigning or starting a campaign, but exploring a possibility. Yet Corzine has left the people of the state holding the bill while he neglected his duties as governor to campaign for someone else. Reckless, irresponsible, and certainly desperate.


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