Saturday, October 10, 2009

Christie in a crisis

At a speech to the New Jersey’s Builders Association Chris Christie was still dodging the details of his plan to cut taxes and spending. It’s the big-picture philosophy that counts, he said. “In the end, when you’re governor you can never anticipate every problem that’s going to come across your desk,” he said. “That’s why understanding how a governor will philosophically approach the job is so very important. Because then when a problem comes up you’ll probably be able to guess what the governor’s response will be.”

It's easy to guess what Christie's response will be in a crisis. Look dumb, act stupid, and then order an oversized double-stuffed pizza, a dozen cannolis and an extra-large chocolate milk shake.

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