Video: After Silence on Senate’s 63-Day Sandy Wait, Christie Explodes at the House

From this you wont know that the Senate voted on Sandy a mere 48 hours ago, which is 62-63 days after Sandy. That was ok. But the House wanting to wait a few more days, is too much for Christie:

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    “From this you wont know that the Senate voted on Sandy a mere 48 hours ago, which is 62-63 days after Sandy. That was ok. But the House wanting to wait a few more days, is too much for Christie:”

    The reason this is so upsetting is because when the session of Congress ends Thursday morning, the Senate bill will be null and void, and politicians will have to start from scratch.

    • http://twitter.com/YossiGestetner Yossi Gestetner

      Well, it takes20 minutes for the Senate to re-vote on an existing bill. Update the date and number and its good to go.

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