Monday, April 30, 2007

Corzine May Never Know What Hit Him -- In Every Sense!

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David W. Chen, "Corzine to Leave Hospital Today, Earlier Than Expected," in The New York Times, April 30, 2007, at p. B4.

"HOBOKEN, N.J., April 29 -- Gov. Jon S. Corzine will be released from a Camden hospital on Monday afternoon, 18 days after he was critically injured in a traffic accident, his office anounced Sunday night."

"The release would come a day earlier than even Mr. Corzine had predicted late last week. On Friday, the governor told the Senate president, Richard J. Codey, who also is the acting governor, and Assembly Speaker Joseph J. Roberts Jr. that he expected to leave Cooper University Hospital on Tuesday or Wednesday."

It is very likely that the Trenton gang will "hint" (through media friends or secret employees) that Corzine is not competent or is not really in command -- if, and when, Mr. Corzine resumes his duties. The goal for the Syndicate is to terminate any state reforms by the Corzine Administration and to forestall or complicate federal law enforcement efforts aimed at curbing corruption in the Garden State, hoping that a Democrat will be elected in the next presidential election, which seems likely. This will allow the organization (they hope) to continue with business as usual. Asked about corruption, Mr. Codey will say: "We're looking into it."

We may never know who or what was really responsible for Mr. Corzine's accident or why no "citizen" felt compelled to sign a summons against the guilty driver, since the driver causing the accident, allegedly, was permitted to vanish from sight and memory without any tickets being issued to him.

"Mr. Corzine is expected to use a wheelchair for much of the time during the next several weeks. But in a sign of his quick progress, he began using crutches on Saturday, well ahead of when doctors had been predicting."

Mr. Corzine may wish to avoid having any New Jersey State Trooper -- or Mr. Codey, for that matter -- push him around in that wheelchair (unless he wants to travel at 91 miles per hour!) especially any time he comes near a stairway. Corzine may also wish to hire his own bodyguards. "Better safe than sorry," as the saying goes, especially in the Trenton area.

Does the wheelchair have a safety belt?

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