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Christie has several Achilles heels

Reader comment on item: Why Chris Christie Will Never Be President of the United States
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Submitted by Alistair (United States), Aug 8, 2011 at 09:13

Not only is he wrong on Sharia, as pointed out in this article, but he is a gun-banner. Not only would much of the conservative base have a big problem with his record, but more libertarian Tea Partiers would too. I for example, could not give him my vote, based on both issues - guns and Sharia.

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