Blue State Blues
8:54 AM, May 16, 2013 • By GEOFFREY NORMAN
The designated moderate in the Republican presidential field, Chris Christie, will have to run on a little more than his famous bellicosity. There is the matter of his record as governor of New Jersey and his success in dealing with that famously Republican constituency: organized labor. In that regard, Christie may have a problem.
As Jarrett Renshaw writes in the Star-Ledger:
The problem of large, unfunded pension obligations has not gone away and numbers do not respond to bluster.
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