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    Graduate of Catatonic State U

    If you liked Trump treated Christie like a one-night stand:

    You’ll love the Twitter hashtag #SaveChrisChristie, which resulted from Christie’s semi-catatonic state after introducing Donald Trump’s victory speech on Super Tuesday night.


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    Sammy Finkelman | March 4, 2016 at 12:14 am

    New Jersey Governor Chris Christie looked nothing so much as a member of Soviet Politbuto standing on Red Square on on May 1 or November 7 (the anniversary of the October, 1917 Bolshevik Revolution converted to New Style) especially in Stalin’s time.

    Chris Christie denied that there was anything special, i.e. he wasn’t being held hostage and he wasn’t thinking “What ahve I done, by endorsing Donald Trump?”

    Maybe looks don’t reveal so much. I think like this: What he has in common with the Soviet apprachniks is that he was very disciplined.

    If it had been a diffferent situation, he would have either been walking around in the background, acting at ease, loose, or else he would have gotten off the stage after introducing Donald Trump. He wouldn’t just stand there, right behind him, stone-facedly, like there’s nothing for him to do, but he has to be there and he can’t say anything. He really looked like he was afraid of making a wrong move.

    Ragspierre | March 4, 2016 at 9:27 am

    Good cartoon… Sit… Stay… Wait…



    SeanInLI | March 4, 2016 at 12:15 pm

    Doubling down on this nonsense, eh Professor?

    You will, some day, look back on this primary season with, at best, embarrassment.

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