Chris Christie's sitting pretty, joking with David Letterman about his weight and generally being liked by most of his constituents. Here's why…
Much of [his] approval is linked to his handling of the recovery from Superstorm Sandy. Eighty-six percent of voters approve of his handling of the storm's aftermath, and only 11 percent disapprove.
It can only mean one thing. If winter storm Nemo shuts New Jersey down for long enough, he'll get enough political capital to cancel public schooling altogether.
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Tags: Chris Christie, Weather
What I like about Barbara Walters is she's not afraid to ask the tough questions, no matter how inane or tree-related they are. She says what we're all thinking but don't say because we're afraid people will think we're dumb.
And one day, when Walters is honored with a lifetime achievement award, this interview in which she calls Chris Christie fat to his face will be the best part of the clip reel.
Skip to 1:50 for the Chris Christie clip. Or just start at the beginning– Barbara Walters asking Hillary Clinton about her hair is equally ridiculous:
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Conventional wisdom would have us believe that after Mitt Romney got his ass handed to him by Barack Obama, thanks to the allegedly treasonous behavior of Chris Christie, things were all but over for the New Jersey governor. His 2016 chances were gone, along with his hopes for re-election.
Well, conventional wisdom can be pretty stupid sometimes…
Tags: Chris Christie, New Jersey, Polls
Technically speaking, Barack Obama, Joe Biden and Senate Democrats were Election Day's big winners. But that's only if you over-sample something called the "election results." Who were the night's real winners?
Tags: Barack Obama, Chris Christie, Democrats, Election Day 2012, Kid Rock, Mitt Romney, Republicans