NJ Assemblyman Tells Gov. Christie To ‘Go To Hell’

BAYONNE, NJ (AP) – A northern New Jersey assemblyman is having second thoughts after saying he’ll tell Gov. Chris Christie to “go to hell.”

Assemblyman Jason O’Donnell told supporters in Bayonne on Election Night: “We will tell this

Gov. Chris Christie holds a town hall meeting - Monmouth Junction, NJ - Oct 26, 2010 - Photo: Tim Larsen / Governor's Office

Gov. Chris Christie holds a town hall meeting - Monmouth Junction, NJ - Oct 26, 2010 - Photo: Tim Larsen / Governor's Office

governor – who has decided to wage war on the middle class, on civil servants, on teachers, on the elderly and on the disabled – to go to hell.”

The governor’s spokesman complained.

The Jersey Journal reported O’Donnell issued a statement Wednesday saying he got caught up in the moment and perhaps he could have better expressed himself.

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  1. Susan says:

    it’s not that he should not have said, “go to hell” he just should have found a nicer way to say it. That is what most politicians do on a regular basis anyway. He just seemed different and showed his true colors moments after winning. He wasted no time.

  2. Donald Sico says:

    “Perhaps he could have better expressed himself” You think?

  3. Doug says:

    Yeah,Christie is good for the middle class right thats why he’s cutting the wealthy’s taxes and creating bills just for them.and people like you think it will trickle down,yeh it will trickle down their legs down on your head.

  4. Why I oughta... says:

    assemblyman, naw…assemblydoosh!

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