When Chris Christie's Best Friend Forever (Forever), this guy David Wildstein whom he'd never met, went before the hearings on Chris Christie's shitty petty bullshit nonsense of closing the lanes to the George Washington Bridge as shitty petty bullshit nonsense political payback, he (David Wildstein) pleaded his Fifth Amendment right not to incriminate himself. Like, a lot. "Oh hey fellas," he said, "I might know some stuff about some things if'n you wanna quid pro quo me some whatchamacallit, amnesty or immunity or whatever the one is that you get for crimes, not for being Mexican." (Direct quote.)
Well, it speaks for itself, doesn&#039;t it.. .
<i>We think it might be hearsay. Or maybe spousal privilege.</i>
If we&#039;re just tossing legal-type words out there, I kind of like <i>Force Majeure</i> myself.
Like a canary.
You mean the Million Meth March?
Nobody - NOBODY - tosses a word salad like Duh Gov&#039;.
The night of the two-hour press conference the great Rachal Madow tore him a new one as she tore up his lies, prevarication, deceit and general mendacity.
I prefer <i>res ipsa loquitur</i>.
Why does this always happen to the nice guys?
BEN STONE LIBEL!