Below is our 2012 Year in Review.
It is a comprehensive look at the past 12 months - its ups, downs, winners, losers , victories and stumbles.
As always, we tried to include everyone who participated in this year's circus.
If you're in here, please remember this document is subjective and in most cases meant all in good fun. So if you're happy with it, we'd love to hear from you. If not? We're on vacation and will be back sometime in 2013. We'll call you back then.
One point we'd like to make. The murders in Newtown one week ago were among the most devastating tragedies this country has faced in years. They effected not just the community in Connecticut, but an entire country. Let's hope that true change comes out of unspeakable tragedy.
With that in mind, I'd like to ask that all of you remember the Newtown victims and their families in whatever way you see fit this holiday season.
Merry Christimas, Happy Hannukah and Happy New Year to all our loyal readers!
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“Unfortunately for the governor, the investigation appears to be turning him into a more polarizing figure. As recently as late last year, his approval numbers were consistently bigger than his disapproves - by a pretty big margin - and more voters liked everything about him than disliked everything about him. One of the defining characteristics of the governor that makes him a nationally sought after Republican is his widespread appeal in a Democratic state. Bridgegate continues to erode that asset.” - FDU Poll Director Krista Jenkins.- PolitickerNJ.com
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