TRENTON - Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) has said a number of times that "sometimes you gotta go all in and show a little Jersey attitude." This week, the governor has targeted teachers, tenure and a state senator. Should there be a limit to his bravado?
The governor has embraced his image as a political bull in a china shop. Recent polls show many voters describe Christie as a "bully."
The governor has said that "In this job after 13 months I'm used to being called every name in the book, and I quite frankly don't care."