Is Christie Too ‘Big’ To Be Governor?

VIDEO below. For weeks, New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine has been slyly playing up the fact that his GOP opponent Chris Christie is—how can we put it delicately?—a very big man. Unflattering photos of Christie’s distinct double chin and wide frame have been a staple of Corzine’s ads for weeks as he seeks reelection this year. But that’s nothing compared with a recent Corzine TV ad that featured slow-motion video of Christie exiting an SUV. “Christie threw his weight around” to get out of traffic infractions, the ad says. Hint, hint.

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  1. He’s not going to diet. He’s going to take the “easy” way out and get surgery, but tell everyone that he dieted to lose the weight, while he slams those who are still overweight. Politicians are politicians. If he can improve pedestrian safety, and start gaining control over the illegal aliens in our communities, I will vote for him, and so will my followers.

  2. Fat people should stay out of politics. It just looks too stereotypical. Unless you are a minority of color in which case it cancels out the fat problem.

  3. anonymous says: 5:42 AM

    My followers shall remain anonymous just as you do. This website is dedicated to Lakewood news. Did you know that in 2007 Ocean County had the HIGHEST crash and fatality rate in all of New Jersey? Does that NOT concern you?

    And yes, I do walk a lot. I don’t rely on my car for every destination. I don’t want to look like what more than 60 percent of Americans look like these days. Just because most of the people in this country are overweight and/or obese doesn’t mean everyone should follow suit.

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