Christie played on blind rage against the incumbent in just the same way as Obama did.
That something was Christie, who announced his candidacy for the State Senate in 1993, against Majority Leader John Dorsey.
During a December news conference in Trenton, Christie laughed off questions from journalist Matt Katz about the lane closures.
If New Jersey Gov. Christie actually joins the 2012 presidential race, he risks a rapid fall from grace.
Christie will vie with Romney for primary and caucus votes chiefly in the North and to some extent in the Midwest.
“Yes; I suppose so—I am sure of it,” said Christie, gravely.
Spending at Christie's what he's lost at Kempton, I suppose.
Tom turned away with a better grace than might have been expected, and addressed himself to Christie.
"They're apt to be worse than either the whites or the Indians," Christie explained.
He sent a physician to her; and Mrs. Christie, at his desire, prevailed on her to remove to her house in Finsbury-square.