Christie kicked off Amtrak quiet car for talking on his phone
"He got on last minute yelling at his two secret service agents I think because of a seat mixup, sat down and immediately started making phone calls on the quiet car. After about 10 minutes the conductor asked him to stop or go to another car. He got up and walked out again yelling at his secret service. He was drinking a McDonald’s strawberry smoothie."
No one is above the law on Amtrak!
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/ … smsnnews11
I wished that we could take the Amtrak application of rules and regulations and have the rest of government apply its laws in a similar fashion.
That is too funny. Looks like AMTRAK adheres to the Constitution that all are equal regardless of station.
The cone of silence is priceless!
Yes, Amtrak can teach some government officials something about the equal treatment.
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