Bruce Springsteen & Jimmy Fallon: “Gov. Christie Traffic Jam”

15 Jan

Too good to pass up.

Had to share.

As far as Christie is concerned, … in my opinion he was dead in the water as a presidential candidate before this bridge thing anyway.

He’s plenty mean enough to satisfy the ultra-crazy teabag part of the republican/conservative equation, obviously.

But he’s just not stupid enough,

And he actually talked to Barack Obama so he could get some help for his state after a major weather disaster.

In wingnut world,…. that’s dancing with the devil.




Posted by on January 15, 2014 in Economy, Music, Politics


2 responses to “Bruce Springsteen & Jimmy Fallon: “Gov. Christie Traffic Jam”

  1. Quiche Chrustie

    January 15, 2014 at 4:26 pm

    Chris Chirstie’s fellow thugs brutalized Dwight L Moody in Chicago as these feudal casuists hold lore enforcement to be a sort of clergy. “The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.” Thomas Jefferson. “If you live each day as it was your last, someday you’ll most certainly be right” Steve Jobs. What all these newcomers ain’t be understanding is that violence combats control freakery. It discourages officials from grandiose schemes. It makes public servants behave humbly, unline these transit workers who think it assaulting them is a felony it is ok for them to drop you off on top of a pile of garbage or even to ignore you waiting while they lobby to congetion price you out of your car and further into their web of control. Entrepreneurs would think too much about tomorrow will never take risks today. It is the constant death and creative destruction which makes America great, which ends the ties to the old world which divide us and which amkes us worry about what really matters.

  2. theminstrelscitadel

    January 18, 2014 at 9:55 am

    Ummm, Jimmy Fallon does a good impression of Bruce Springsteen. Yep. And the lyrics are pretty funny, too. 😉 Freakin’ Republicans…


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