Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Monday, 13 January 2014

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New Jersey Governor Christie appeared at a Pompous Pizza Parlor in Hackensack and apologized for Bridgegate.

HACKENSACK, New Jersey - The latest gate to hit the front pages is Bridgegate and although it is no Watergate it is bigger than Pizzagate, Hockeygate, and even last year's Twinkiegate.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie told the news media that he is sorry for ever suggesting that the George Washington Bridge be painted in the colors of the New York Giants, who actually play in New Jersey.

The governor said that he had no idea that fans of the New York Jets would cause such a stink and act as if he had admitted to being an Al Qaeda operative disguised as a fat politician.

Governor Christie, who hates Mitt Romney, stated to the press that after reconsidering the whole color scheme thing, he has decided that the bridge will be painted in neutral gray so that no one will be offended.

The governor did say that his assistants are presently searching for the receipt to the red, white, and blue paint that they purchased at Home Depot, so that they can return the 7,000 gallons of paint.

SIDENOTE: Mitt Romney recently appeared on Late Night With David Letterman and told Dave that he does not like Governor Christie because he feels that he is half Republican and half Democrat.

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