The governor’s got no one but himself to blame for the mess he’s in. If you doubt that, ask yourself what he might have done if he and his kids had been stranded in traffic on the opening day of school.
Chris Christie: A Caesar Who Fell On His Own Sword In The Bridgegate Scandal: Mulshine
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January 28, 2014

Via NJ.com:

Washington Post columnist George F. Will once compared Chris Christie to Julius Caesar in his power. But the true comparison may lie in a memorable line spoken by Cassius in Shakespeare’s famed play: "The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves."

The governor’s got no one but himself to blame for the mess he’s in. If you doubt that, ask yourself what he might have done if he and his kids had been stranded in traffic on the opening day of school.

Imagine Christie awakening on the morning of Sept. 9 and finding that the main highway in Mendham was blocked for a "traffic study...

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