Use of Christie in Sandy ads cleared by feds

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TRENTON, N.J.—A federal audit of New Jersey’s “Stronger Than the Storm” marketing campaign, which featured Gov. Chris Christie and his family as he was running for re-election, found “nothing improper” in the use of the governor in the ads. The audit, however, did fault the state for not complying fully with federal procurement rules. The television…

Posted: September 4th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Chris Christie, Frank Pallone, Hurricane Sandy, Stronger Than The Storm, Superstorm Sandy | Tags: , , , , , | 6 Comments »

6 Comments on “Use of Christie in Sandy ads cleared by feds”

  1. Jim Granelli said at 10:35 am on September 4th, 2014:

    “Pallone issued a statement in response to the audit that stressed the procurement errors that were identified in the audit. ”

    But of course, Pallone tries to seize on a difference of opinion to continue to puff himself up.

    Like with Bridgegate, the Democrats walk away with nothing but empty, trumped up charges; all in a flaccid attempt to demonize a potential Presidential Candidate.

    Walker, Christie, Perry, Bucco; this is getting to be a habit.

    But, listen up Democrats.

    You lose. AGAIN.

    Now, let’s start talking about real issues, ones that are important to NJ residents, such as taxes. Oh, SNAP!

    You can’t because you lose on those issues.

  2. Bob English said at 1:10 pm on September 4th, 2014:

    Jim…..regarding Bridgegate…..there are still many unanswered questions including who ordered it and why and at what point did others know. Regardless of whether a person is a D or an R, I think most would agree that if Bridgegate was meant to be some sort of political retribution, that means a crime occurred and that people involved should face justice/jail.

  3. Jim said at 1:17 pm on September 4th, 2014:

    @ Bob English,

    A year later and they haven’t found anything.

    End it. There is nothing to be found. It’s nothing more than a political witch hunt.

    Not going to engage in a running street battle on it.

  4. @Jim said at 2:55 pm on September 4th, 2014:

    The handpicked law firm of Christie, that charged the taxpayers 7.3 million dollars (with the meter still ticking) has said Christie did nothing wrong!! Now lets move along, LOL.

    At least that what the Republicans would like us to believe. The very expensive Mastro report NEVER even spoke to the two-main principals Wildstein and Kelly. Nor have they spoken to the Port Authority cops–who until recently–were told to keep their mouths shut.

    Jimmyboy–this is not over. The feds are taking along time on this matter because their investigation has been taking them into unchartered waters. You will be surprised at the outcome.

  5. @ @ Jim said at 9:06 pm on September 4th, 2014:

    Only friends call me Jimmyboy – you are a coward who hides behind an anonymous screen name, and thus no where near a friend.

    “You will be surprised at the outcome.” Hmm.

    You have a crystal ball or some inside information? If so, “bring it.”

    Otherwise, you are just postulating politically.

  6. Bob English said at 7:39 am on September 5th, 2014:

    Jim…investigations still ongoing and none of us know what the Feds have uncovered. I think most people would agree that wrongdoing and probably a crime(s) did take place and if that is the case there is nothing wrong with investigating as thoroughly as possibly and let the chips fall where they may when it comes to charges.