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Marginally Controllable Temper

Reader comment on item: Why Chris Christie Will Never Be President of the United States
in response to reader comment: The guy is too tempermental and too loose with the truth- look at what he did to Bret Schundler

Submitted by Mark D. (United States), Aug 11, 2011 at 22:28

===I also hear from my New Jersey friends that Christie has a marginally controllable temper. I don't want him sitting next to the "proverbial" button in the Oval Office!====

Temper is undeniably important. And he also has wooly words.

Mark D.

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