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And who is the author of this Caine Mutiny?

Chris Christie, of course. Thanks, guy.

Chris Christie has been under fire from Republican insiders ever since he he performed a U-turn and started praising Barack Obama's response to Hurricane Sandy last week.

And now the governor of New Jersey has lashed out at anonymous aides to Mitt Romney who have criticised him for refusing to attend fundraising events for the GOP presidential candidate.

The outspoken figure, a strong supporter of Romney over the past year, described his critics as 'know-nothing, disgruntled Romney supporters' who did not respect the duty he owed to the people of his state. [...]

1 comment to And who is the author of this Caine Mutiny?

  • asombra

    Christie is all bombast and all about Christie. His RNC speech was far more about him than about Romney. His post-Sandy ass-kissing of Obama was quite gratuitous (no Dem would have done that under the same circumstances) and, again, calculated to help Christie. And he's apparently obsessed with the very "correct" Bruce Springsteen--in a juvenile, embarrassing and unseemly way. The guy has issues, including impulse-control problems (I doubt he's obese because of a "glandular" condition). He may be prime Jersey material, but he does not belong in any high national office.