Wednesday, April 18, 2007

David Jones is wrong

David Jones, president of the New Jersey State Troopers Fraternal Association, called Governor Corzine's driver, Trooper Robert Rasinski, "professional and heroic" because "[h]e actually spun that vehicle into his side to take the initial impact." Jones said that Rasinski's "concern right from the first thing was how is the governor, protecting the governor."

Question: If Trooper Rasinski's concern was "protecting the governor," why didn't he insist -- as the law requires -- that Governor Corzine wear a seat belt?

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