Thursday, February 11, 2016

The Chris Christie show

NJ governor's act gets dull and duller

The Chris Christie show

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Chris Christie's latest YouTube moment finds the fading superstar of video vaudeville playing to the cheap seats yet again.

The governor's act, while ever louder, is also ever more tired/tireseome.

So much so that Dullsville may well be his next stop on the circuit.

After campaigning so memorably (and effectively) in 2009 against New Jersey's bipartisan budget-balancing tradition of "one-shot gimmicks," Christie is now juggling more of the same, simultaneously spinning tax-cut plates, and belligerently attacking anyone in the audience who dares question his magical math.

Once boffo box office, his show has soured into boorishness.

Get the hook!

Inquirer Columnist
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