Sometimes the straight-talking governor of New Jersey doesn’t talk all that straight.
Gov. Chris Christie casts himself as a decider, steering his state through rough economic waters, while setting himself up for a run for the White House. At the National Governors Association meeting in Nashville on Saturday, Christie lambasted the Obama administration’s Middle East policy and its inability to negotiate with Congress.
But he skipped as many issues as he took on. Just what he would do when faced with some of the nation’s hardest policy challenges remains unclear. The man who hopes to one day inhabit the Oval Office repeatedly noted that he doesn’t yet have the job—a rhetorical crutch to avoid saying what he’d do if he got it.
Here’s the list of the questions he dodged from reporters:
On raising the gas tax to pay for transportation infrastructure:
“Since I’m not in Congress or the White…
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