Christie Becomes First NJ Governor In Decades To Avoid Breaking Leg

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Chris Christie (R), whose term as New Jersey governor officially ended on Tuesday, became the state’s first elected governor in decades to go his entire time in office without breaking a leg.

Columbus noted that Christie’s predecessor, John Corzine, broke his leg and other bones in a car accident in 2007.

Before that, Jim McGreevey broke his leg in 2002 after he stepped off a berm while walking on the beach.

Finally, Christie Todd Whitman broke her leg in 1999 in a skiing accident in Switzerland. Read more at The Hill.

{Matzav.com}

7 COMMENTS

  1. It’d be awfully hard for Christie to break a leg given that it’s so well padded.

    Buh-bye, Chris. Don’t burn any bridges on your way out.

  2. The reason is clear:
    Christie’s legs have to support tremendous weight. The bones and muscles in his legs are wildly stronger than the average man who isn’t morbidly obese
    However
    I’m sure he broke quite a few chair legs.
    Leg bones – solid;
    Political career – broken into a million pieces.
    Quite an accomplishment!

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