Gov. Christie admits climate change is a real problem, that human activity plays a role
TRENTON - In case anyone had any doubts on where Gov. Chris Christie stands on climate change, he made his position crystal clear this afternoon: It's real and it's a problem.
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#1 Aug 20, 2011
A politicial with his head on his shoulders. Whodathunkit?
#2 Sep 1, 2011
Chris Christi is a good fiscally-conservative governor. However, he's way too fat to be president. He's got to get below at least 300 pounds if he thinks anyone is going to take him seriously!
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