Saturday, April 14, 2007
Not Amenable To Suggestions Or Reality
If, as The Washington Times suggests, New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine was not wearing a seat belt, which is in violation of state law, will he be issued a citation? Or, will he get the Kennedy form of justice and be allowed to violate the law and receive preferential treatment that the rest of us insignificant peons are denied?
A state trooper was driving, but probably didn't enforce the law (there must be some penalty for that) because as Corzine's chief of staff, Tom Shea, says, the governor is "not always amenable to suggestion." Translation, the governor feels he is above the law. What else can you expect from a far left liberal ? But, as Jon has just found out, stuff happens and there are real consequences for irrational liberal behavior.
Posted by BobG at 7:03 AM