Navy Seal Veteran Gets A Haircut, Apologizes To Christie

William Brown, the Rutgers-Camden law student who got into it with Governor Christie at a town hall meeting last week and was called an idiot by the Guv, has cleaned himself up and apologized.

Law student talks about being called ‘idiot’ by governor: MyFoxNY.com

The Phillie FoxNews affiliate got Brown’s apology on Tuesday.  Bob Ingle, Save Jersey, The State Column, Politico and now MMM have covered the apology.  The rest of the media outlets which made Christie’s “idiot” remark national news are mum.

Posted: March 15th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Chris Christie | Tags: , , , , , , , | 4 Comments »

4 Comments on “Navy Seal Veteran Gets A Haircut, Apologizes To Christie”

  1. TR said at 1:33 pm on March 15th, 2012:

    What governorChristie does not seem to grasp is that elected officials should not be calling people names even when the names are accurate.

  2. Sancho Pnaza said at 6:56 pm on March 15th, 2012:

    Which is this guy’s disguise? The scruffy one at the Christie news conference. Or the combed and polish tie-and-jacket outfit for the so-called apology?

    At any rate the deceptions continue, with nobody, including apparently Fox News, asking him about his two (cq) lost campaigns in Burlington County and his work for Adler and Holt. He isn’t much differen from the dissembling Sandra Fluke. These two-faced operatives must think that they can pull the wool over everybody’s eyes and never be found out.

  3. Reality Check said at 8:34 am on March 16th, 2012:

    Apology not accepted. I don’t care what this little, self-promoting squirt did years ago, he is a slimy Democrat operative now, working for Rush Holt and trying to help his own sorry political career. Anyone running for office against this twirp should just play the image of this scruffy, rude whiner interrupting the governor over and over again to remind everyone what a lowlife he is. End of his political career.

  4. Name (required) said at 1:06 pm on March 17th, 2012:

    TR. if you expect our Governor to handle a rude democrat Holt operative, or anyone else for that matter with kid gloves, you are kidding yourself. One of the greatest assests our Governor brings to NJ is his direct talk and bluntness, both quite refreshing . No apology needed or warranted from the Governor who tells it like it is, its about time an elected official isn’t a puppet politician. This is why the nation loves Christie, he’s real, genuine and damn smart.