Christie in Boardwalk Shouting Match

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announces to a joint session of the legislature Monday, July, 2, 2012, in Trenton, N.J., that he is again vetoing Democratic lawmakers' plans to raise taxes on millionaires and cut property taxes for others — but this time with a twist. The Republican told the Democrat-controlled Legislature in a special session that he had issued a conditional veto of their plan. He would approve an alternate concept that would offer property tax relief with no tax hikes attached to it. He said he also would expand the earned income tax credit for the working poor — the exact same measure he cut on Friday using his line-item veto power. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

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    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie one of the prime contenders for the Republican Vice Presidential nomination, was involved in a heated verbal dispute on the Jersey Shore Thursday night. All caught on tape, the potential VP was spending time with his family on the boardwalk when a passerby offered a remark on Christie’s education policy. But the Governor fired back, “You’re a real big shot... you’re a real big shot shootin’ your mouth off.” But this isn’t the first time Christie’s tempter has made headlines. At a news conference on Saturday, Christie called a reporter who was asking off-topic questions “stupid” and “an idiot.”

    Shouted down passerby who disliked policies.
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