Wednesday, August 5, 2009

So what does a "federal corruption prosecutor" really do?

Chris Christie was in Paramus to lay out a plan aimed at reducing government corruption. Reporters raised the question of how Christie will be able to push his bills through what is expected to remain a Democratic legislature without them suffering a crippling compromise. He answered, “When the people of New Jersey elect me and Kim in November, they will be sending a very clear message. When you’re sending two former federal corruption prosecutors to run the state government, I don’t think there should be any question about what the people of the state want, and they will refuse to act at their political peril.”

I never heard of "corruption prosecutors" but it makes me wonder who was prosecuting the terrorists, bank robbers, tax dodgers and drug dealers.

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