Governor Christie: You Don't Need A Big Speech From Me. Simply, Thank You.

  • Wednesday, January 29, 2014
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Governor Christie: I know how hard this work is and how much responsibility you have on all of you, our federal partners, our folks from New York, and of course our folks here in New Jersey. I can tell you from talking to the NFL that they are absolutely impressed with what you’ve put together here and the plan that you’re executing, and as the Governor of this state it makes me incredibly proud to be able to know that we have so many of our best professionals here organizing every aspect of what’s going to be happening over the next four days and especially what’s going to be happening on Sunday. So, you don’t need any big speech from me. This is really just for me to say thank you to all of you. I used to be in this business as you probably know for a while, and I know the pressure that goes along with this responsibility, and it’s a big one. But I have complete confidence in the fact that all of you understand that and that you’re ready to execute. So, we’re ready to go. The Attorney General knows whatever you need we’ll make sure we get you. Our most important, important task is to keep everybody who’s in our care over the next four days as safe as we can keep them. We know some of them will be stupid and do dumb things. We can’t prevent that. But, we can prevent the things that we’re all worried about around here. So, keep up the good work. Thank you. I’ll be keeping an eye on everything from a distance, luckily for you, and we’ll make sure that we’re going to have a great day on Sunday. I know we will. So, thanks for your efforts, all of you, for all our partners. We appreciate it very, very much. Have a great day and work hard. We need you. Thanks.

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