Death of a Tunnel?

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Friday, October 08, 2010

From Gov. Chris Christie's pulling the plug on the ARC tunnel project to the guilty plea of former New York State Comptroller Alan Hevesi, listen as WNYC's Brian Lehrer, Andrea Bernstein, Bob Hennelly and (a still anesthesized) Azi Paybarah discuss the action-packed week in local and national politics.


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Comments [2]

Reba Shimansky from New York

Chris Christie is an incompetent buffoon who does not give a damn about the welfare of New Jersey. He only wants to show what a tough guy he is. He has already cost NJ 400 million dollars in education funding from the federal government. He has cut funding for education. All he cares about is appealing to the tea party movement and everyone else and go to hell.

Oct. 11 2010 10:34 AM

Regarding the xandadu project, Christie is being a hypocrite, he came out that xanadu must be finished, what the hell is the state doing in the shopping mall buisness.
And, Christie's smoke screen that the money could be divereted to highway projects is outright false.

Oct. 11 2010 10:18 AM

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