While directing a sexually-charged statement toward female audience members is something the Republican Party -- or any political party -- may logically want to stay away from in an election year, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's Sunday appearance at a Romney for President rally suggests he's not an expert yet regarding the constructive way to address hecklers.
Christie, while discussing the partisan gridlock that has hampered Congress, was met by chanting female protesters who went from proclaiming Mitt kills jobs to Christie kills Jobs during the governor's address.
Christie dismissed the criticism by using rough, offensive language for a sexual act as an analogy for his evaluation of the current U.S. employment trend.
Christie then railed against the women, saying that if she wasn't so blinded by her Barack Obama-induced anger she'd know that American jobs are coming back when Mitt Romney is the next president of the United States.
Just how Romney, whose much-lauded private sector experience at Bain Capital includes significant job layoffs, will make American jobs come back is unclear.
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