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Topics: GOP, Chris Christie

Sunday, 16 October 2011

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Governor Chris Christie says he loves chicken so much that he could even eat it for breakfast.

HACKENSACK, New Jersey - The governor of The Garden State, AKA New Jersey, Chris Christie was in Hackensack as the honored guest at the dedication ceremonies for the newest Captain Cluckity Cluck Clucks Chicken Shack.

Louisiana stand up comedian Zydeco Dupree was the master of ceremonies and music was provided by The Al Capone High School marching band.

Governor Christie was asked by Tilapia Frisbee of The Right Coast Illustrated Revue if he regrets his decision about not entering the GOP presidential political race.

The governor smiled, as he took a bite out of a fried chicken breast and answered that he really did not.

He told Frisbee that after sitting down and putting the pencil to the situation he realized that if he had entered the race it would have greatly cut into his eating time.

Frisbee started giggling. Governor Christie put down the chicken drumstick he was holding in his left hand and the chicken wing he was holding in his right hand and he put both hands on his hips. He looked right at the reporter and replied that he really did not think that it was all that funny.

Miss Frisbee apologized and said that she has been covering politicians for many years and that she really and truly found it refreshing to finally hear one being totally honest with her.

The governor gave her a great big smile. He put down the bowl of fried chicken lips he was munching on and he gave her a big old-fashioned Chris Christie hug.

To print out a coupon good for 50 percent off on a bucket of Captain Cluckity Cluck Clucks Chicken go to www.herechickychicky.hen

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