Christie critics add Texas-sized issue to their list, ahead of potential 2016 presidential run

January 10, 2015

Any hopes New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie might have had about home-state controversies fading into the past now seem dashed by a new, Texas-sized headache.

Christie, a potential 2016 GOP presidential candidate, is facing criticism about him and family members attending several Dallas Cowboy football games as a guest of team owner Jerry Jones.

Beyond ethics questions about an elected official accepting free tickets, New Jersey residents are giving Christie a giant raspberry for rooting against local favorites the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants, who play home games in the Garden State.

2 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • Voltair says:

    I am not sure he still had a chance at the WH he has done nothing to dispel the notion that he is a golden RINO but has done much to support it.

  • lil-echoes says:

    Greed comes in all colors. When we have a man who could have gone far in his profession, he’s now ruined it for himself and possibly the country. When will men learn that nothing is FREE…. there is a cost to pay for some things

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