Christie lays out rules of engagement in NM

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog

Did Gov. Chris Christie go overboard by devouring a heckler during Wednesday’s Sandy anniversary tour, Save Jerseyans?

“If you give it, you’re getting it back,” Christie responded when asked about the exchange during a Thursday campaign stop with ally Susana Martinez in New Mexico:

29 thoughts on “Christie lays out rules of engagement in NM

  1. I approve of everything Chris Christie does and this country needs him as President. Unfortunately too many people are against him for all the wrong reasons so he doesn’t stand a chance.

  2. I am tired of it. Telling people to shut up and sit down is about the best thing he has going for him nowadays, since a lot of people like to be entertained, but he hasn’t done New Jersey any great favors economically speaking.

  3. No. He’s a bully and a jerk. Anytime someone disagrees with him he snaps off on a childish tirade. I’m sick of him

  4. There’s no excuse for talking to anyone that way. He could’ve made his point without humiliating that man. But then, he got what he wanted out of it. A youtube video and a boatload of free press.

  5. Agreed with everything he said except “shut up and sit down”. That part he needs to stop his lips from making moves his brain shouldn’t allow.
    I’m sick to death of the NJ Legislature acting like petulant children who think they’re entitled to something on our money.

  6. He just keeps making more of a fool of himself. Horrible, rude and arrogant.

  7. So let me get this straight.This member of the rival party shows up and interrupts the proceedings and is not called to account for his rudeness and arrogance.What about his motives that are not even being put forward. The PC bias is being going to be exploited masterfully. As well as hostile and bias press.

  8. I don’t think he has the class it takes to pull off the presidential seat. Even on his best day he looks frumpy and his wife surely isn’t First Lady material either. It’s hard to take him serious when every chance he gets, he’s in a confrontation with someone. Doesn’t he have a staff member that could enlighten him on dealing with a heckler the proper way? Seems like his hot head steps up first and foremost. If he runs for president the people
    need to really think about their votes, is this the face you want representing our country? I think not, but we will see.

  9. Helps. He may be the president that this country needs right now.
    Providing he doesn’t go full RINO on us.

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