Check out this headline from the National Journal:
Rudy Guiliani's adviser: 'You're going to see conservatives returning the favor he gave them over the last year.'
You ain't seen nothin' yet... hopefully:
Republican media strategist Rick Wilson, who worked on Rudy Giuliani's 2008 presidential campaign, argued that Christie "goes out of his way to be a dick to other Republicans" -- and will reap the payback if his fortunes start to head south.
Wilson added the scandal threatens to tarnish Christie's luster with prospective donors because "they don't like scandals, and this makes him look like at best he lost control of his organization."
However, the National Journal also said that Christie "immediately [fired] deputy chief of staff Bridget Anne Kelly." Wrong. There was nothing "immediate" about it.
The article also reminds us that his base "has always been his New Jersey inner circle and Wall Street donors." 'Nuff said.
One clip that has been replayed a few times from Chris Christie's press conference was him expressing how *gasp!* "dismayed" he was by the "tone and attitude" of the emails. How about the intent, the content, and the end result? First responders were delayed, and a woman died. Not a word of dismay about that, eh Gov?
By the way, Governor "Heartbroken," many of us are "dismayed" by your "tone and attitude" on a regular basis.
P.S. Here’s Proof That Governor Christie Is Still Misleading The Public On Bridge Scandal. All our posts on why nobody ever should vote for Chris Christie again are here. Please scroll down.
And here's a bonus, because you've all been so patient during Paddy's and David's absence: