Monday, April 30, 2007

A Lesson Not Learned

On April 12th, Governor Jon Corzine of New Jersey was in a motorcade, kroozin' with his lavishly-paid posse, along the Garden State Parkway, on his way to a photo op involving the Don Imus Apology Tour and the Rutgers University Women's Baxabaw team. Apparently, he was running late, as his motorcade was travelling at 91 mph when a man in a pickup unknowingly caused a collision in which the Governor, having eschewed the use of a seat belt, was critically injured. He feels our pain.

Today, after having spent hundreds of thousands of New Jersey taxpayer dollars putting his mangy butt back together, he has been released from the hospital, according to this NY Times story. His minions have spent many thousands more revising the Governor's mansion and his vehicles to suit his wheelchair-bound carcass while he finishes healing and rehabbing.

During a ridiculously self-serving, carefully orchestrated ceremony at the entrance to the hospital, Corzine apologized for all the traffic laws broken by himself and his staff, and for the poor example exhibited. There's been no word regarding citations issued.

Afterwards, he and his posse formed another motorcade and drove back to the Governor's mansion at 70mph (on the 55-65mph Parkway). Looks like the Governor hasn't yet internalized lessons learned.

And, it looks like traffic laws are just for us schlubs.

They've killed Freedom! Those bastards!

Warm regards,
Col. Hogan


steveintx said...

I'm still waiting for them to charge that "ho" down yonder in Nawth Cawlina with filing a false report. I'm thinkin' I'll see both happen about the same time, eh?

Col. Hogan said...

The stripper, not officially identified because of her "victimhood," is teflon. She's poor and black. And Al Sharpton still calls her a victim. An attempt to press charges on her would put Sharpton right back on tv again, with his bullhorn. None of us wants that!

The "rich white boys" of the Duke lacrosse team are still suspect simply because they're rich white boys.

Meanwhile, back on topic, Gov Corzine has magnanimously decided to pay his seat belt fine, even after the charge was dropped. Mighty democratic of him.

No one, to my knowledge, has cited the drivers in the motorcade for speeding so far, nor those who ordered them to speed.

Next time I get pulled over, I'm gonna say, "I'm with the Governor and you've made me lose the motorcade! This'll be your job, Bud!"

steveintx said...

Funny, and true on both. ssg