The "Confrontational" Governor of New Jersey
Posted in Politics by Peter W. Schramm
There are at least two reasons I like Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey: He's right on almost all the issues, and this doer is also a talker. See how he responds to a reporter who accuses him of having a "confrontational tone."
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Love it! Why does he remind me of Pete Schramm?
Look how much fun those staffers in the background are having working with him. I think that says volumes about the man.
Because they both relish partisanship with zest and humor.
Indeed, this was Christie's "I paid for this microphone!" moment.
Minus the gray hair, he does remind me of Pete.
Heard that same audio on Hugh Hewitt's radio show the other day. More than anything I'd say that clip captures the spirit of the Tea Party movement. Those are the types of men that train wreck Michael Steele needs to recruit to run for high office over the next decade.
Yep, I vote for this guy in a minute. What's wrong with the GOP leadership?
Good answer, I think the staffer laughing in the background gives away a sudden burst of power Hobbesian style, he starts laughing probably because he is responsible for anticipating reporters questions and he knows the answer Gov. Christie is going to give.
I wonder how that reporter would handle this guy: