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Tom Brady, the brash and beautiful four-time Superbowl Champion quarterback for the Patriots, is scheduled to miss the first four games of the 2015 NFL season because some of his underlings broke the rules.
Chris Christie, the brash and boastful two-time Governor of the state of New Jersey, is losing ground on his Presidential campaign over questions regarding his underlings who broke the law.
Neither Brady nor Christie think they did anything wrong, because they didn’t instruct their underlings to be nefarious, and didn’t know the nefarious stuff was happening when it happens.
The NFL called foul on Brady, saying that it is more likely than not he knew and that he impeded the investigation. Unfortunately, the Commissioner of Football has more power over Tom Brady than the US Attorney has over Chris Christie.
Both created an atmosphere of lawlessness where the most important thing was winning, and a close second was screwing with your opponent. And sometimes screwing with the opponent came first.
They’re responsible, even if Christie’s not culpable.