Here's a little nugget that's circulating around the Twitter Machine about Governor Guess Who?
If you said "Christie" you would be correct.
If you said, "I bet he is staunchly denying something again," you would be correct.
If you said, "Christie sure goes on the defensive a lot these days," you would be correct.
If you said, "How ironic that he is on the defensive a lot these days after having bullied others into defensive crouches for so many years," you would be correct.
Shortly before Carl Lewis officially entered the 2011 state Senate election for New Jersey's 8th legislative district -- a Republican stronghold located in Philadelphia's outer suburbs -- Gov. Chris Christie caught wind of the decision.
The Republican governor of New Jersey then called Lewis, a Democrat and nine-time gold-medal-winning Olympian in April of 2011.
Said Christie: "I'm going to come after you."
Here was the response to the story from Team Christie:
The Christie administration said that a phone conversation took place but has denied that the governor tried to dissuade Lewis from running.
If you said, "I sense a pattern here," you would be the smartest person in class.
Kim Guadagno was the Christie official who overturned a judge's decision and forced Carl Lewis off the ballot.http://t.co/mnUNxWKnag
— Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) January 21, 2014
Yes, that Kim Guadagno.