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Christie Or Hillary

Reader comment on item: Chris Christie and the "Occupied Territories" Incident

Submitted by Mark D (United States), Apr 6, 2014 at 18:46

I would say Christie has a rock-solid chance of being accepted as one of the strongest, if not the strongest, candidates to run, if he runs. I think he could eat many possible candidates' lunches (and this could also mean literally) despite his blowup on Sharia Law, which was disappointing. What if he does become the Republican nominee and Hillary Clinton, who is currently the frontrunner among Democrats, becomes the Democrat nominee? Who would you support or vote for?

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No argument that he could and would literally eat the other candidates' lunches.

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