On Wednesday, President Barack Obama voyaged to New Jersey and met with Governor Chris Christie to discuss what is being done to help the state recover from this disaster. The two took a walking tour of what remains of Atlantic City, one of New Jersey’s hardest hit towns, although it is certainly not the only one.
Under normal circumstances, the President meeting with the Governor of a state just days after a catastrophic natural disaster occurred would be considered business as usual. This is the President’s job, after all. But Obama is a democrat and Chris Christie is a Republican who spoke at this year’s Republican National Convention. In fact, Christie is one of Mitt Romney’s biggest supporters. So it should probably come as a surprise to no one that many conservatives have been criticizing the way these two leaders have been crossing their party lines in order to work together….
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