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Christie's Childhood Cop Friend Toured GWB Lane Closures, Report Says

Lt. Thomas 'Chip' Michaels grew up with governor in Livingston and examined traffic impact of lane closures with David Wildstein.

A Port Authority police lieutenant who grew up in Livingston with Gov. Chris Christie toured the George Washington Bridge with David Wildstein the first morning of the lane closures, according to an MSNBC report.

Lt. Thomas "Chip" Michaels examined the impact of the lane closures with Wildstein on Sept. 9 and sent text messages to update the former Port Authority executive of the traffic congestion, the report said.

Michaels grew up in Livingston with Christie and Wildstein, and coached the governor's son in youth hockey, MSNBC reported. Michaels' brother, Jeffrey, is a top Republican lobbyist also with close ties to Christie, the report said.
Ridgewood Mom March 04, 2014 at 07:22 PM
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Spooner March 04, 2014 at 10:16 PM
@Hugh- I don't know what an antecedent to socialist attack has to do with the Citizen United. . .but whatever! You must admit that the founders did read Locke, Grotius, Puffendorf, Montesquieu, and Burlemaqui...
Hugh March 04, 2014 at 11:56 PM
Empowering a court to chose what speech is acceptable and when comports with the sources listed how? You can't have read the opinion and then cite the writings of Locke as a source of opposition, Hobbes maybe, but we speak against Leviathan not for.
Hugh March 04, 2014 at 11:57 PM
They mostly read the Bible, but you can't admit that, can you?
Spooner March 05, 2014 at 10:39 AM
Hugh- not that anybody is reading this, but everyone in the know-knows that Citizen United had primarily on objective. . .give license to corporations to spend umpteen amounts of money, including without disclosure... And listen up: as for the "Bible reading", take that up with the President of Hillsdale College, since it's not included as required reading in their online course, Constitution 101...(517) 437-7341

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