Sunday Bloody NYT Sunday: Special Chris Christie Implosion/Mitt Romney Monotony Double Feature
You don't even need to open this week's Sunday New York Times to know that it is going to be wall-to-wall Chris Christie. First there was the news that he may have blocked Hurricane Sandy aid to Hoboken because the mayor there didn't love Chris Christie's real estate development as much as she should have, With those revelations, Christie's transformation into out-of-control mob boss continues apace. Next up: Chris Christie kneecaps all of Trenton for failing to pay him protection money.
Even the Republicans who once wanted to be sittin' in a tree K-I-S-S-I-N-G Christie are now fleeing from him like his cooties are lethally contagious.
The governor had envisioned traveling to South Carolina this spring to campaign for Senator Lindsey Graham, who faces a conservative primary challenge. Mr. Graham, in an interview last week, said Mr. Christie’s presence would be an unwelcome distraction.
“If you brought him in South Carolina today, what would we be talking about?” Mr. Graham asked. “We’d be talking about him.
Once you've lost Lindsay, you've lost America.
Speaking of losing America, the Times has a piece about the sure to be big box office hit Mitt, the behind-the-scenes look at Mittens' failure to impress America with his mad almost-human skills. The problem is that there is no behind the scenes Mitt. He is exactly as boring in secret as he is in public.