Trending: Chris Christie's rage outperforms the 'Kimye' baby

Consider Chris Christie. The New Jersey governor is savaging House Speaker John Boehner and congressional Republicans for not quickly delivering on a $60.4 billion aid package to those affected by Superstorm Sandy. Of course, there's nothing wrong

The person I feel sorriest for in all this is whoever has to check House Speaker John Boehner's voice mails. Boehner did not move the Sandy relief bill to the floor Tuesday night, and — well, he's angered New Jersey. Chris Christie, in a press

Chris Christie is mad as hell, and he's not going to take it any more — not even from his own party. Watching the New Jersey governor's invective against the House Republican leadership this afternoon, it was hard not to recall the iconic character

A woman fills out an early voting ballot on Sunday, November 4, in Jersey City, New Jersey. Gov. Chris Christie ordered early voting stations to stay open through the weekend in an effort to get people to vote despite the damage done by Superstorm Sandy.

"Unlike people in Congress, we have actual responsibilities."