Chris Christie: Large and In Charge

 

The New Jersey Governor weighed in on This Week.

Allahpundit takes notes:

Most of it’s devoted to his crusade to make Jersey’s budget sustainable but skip ahead to 6:30 for his take on immigration (he reiterates his support for a path to citizenship) and the stimulus (“short-term positive and we’re now feeling the negative”). JT even squeezes in a question about “Jersey Shore,” which Christie jokingly blames on transplanted New Yorkers. A fair point, I guess. There are no homegrown guidos in New Jersey, are there?

[…] I might be mistaken but I believe this is the first time Christie’s had a platform on a premier Sunday show since becoming governor; it’s a nice introduction to his perspective for a national audience.

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    @CasBalicki

    This guy is a breath of fresh air. I wonder how long it will be before the MSM starts trying to destroy him?

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    @StickerShock

    Christie isn’t joking about the Jersey Shore cast members being NY transplants. They ARE NY transplants. I live amongst the homegrown variety guidos here in SopranoLand. Not my cup of tea, but nowhere near as vile as the tv version.

    Christie is my hero. I hope he doesn’t let me down, like every other NJ politician has. Friends (all left wing Dems) who have worked with him consider him a bully. I say we need more bullies like him shaking things up here in the Garden State.

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    @KristianStout

    I had the opportunity to hear Christie speak locally when he was campaigning and I wasn’t too impressed. I have to give the man credit, he is a much more interesting governor than he was a campaigner. He definitely shows a lot of grit in taking hard issues head on.

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    @JamesPoulos

    Here’s more Christie on Morning Joe, courtesy of The Corner.

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