According to media reports, New Jersey's crooked Governor Chris Christie is about ready to visit New Hampshire for the third time to campaign for Republican gubernatorial candidate Walt Havenstein.
Not that he will listen to me, a proud supporter of Andy Hemingway, but please, Walt, please, tell Christie thanks, but no thanks. Beg him to stay out of New Hampshire.
It's bad enough that Havenstein has tax problems in Maryland hanging over his head like a sword of Damocles, but must he remind us of how ethically challenged some Republicans (my party) are by bringing the man whose administration closed off the George Washington Bridge to our fair state?
Can't Republicans, including Scott Brown, find someone more ethnically pure to belly up to than Chris The Big Bully Christie?
Personally I'm having enough problems stomaching Havenstein, Witless Walt according to some, without having to see him standing next to a man who has come to symbolize everything that's wrong with our political system.
Hassan released her first attack on Havenstein over the weekend, rather effective it seems to me. She went after his poor record as CEO. With ethical problems of her own (the $25,000 illegal campaign contribution), apparently Maggie has taken the "people who live in glass houses" approach and is afraid to lay into Havenstein for his attempt to cheat the state of Maryland.
Hassan doesn't need to do it herself apparently because every time New Hampshire voters see Christie on the stump with Havenstein they--at least a good share of the--must join me in the thought that birds of a crooked feather flock together.
Hey, Walt, do yourself and my party a favor, tell Christie to send a check--or a lot of checks--but stay the hell out of our state for the next seven weeks.
No good can come of this.
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