New York Times weighs in on Christie

Growing attention to the national scandal involving federal prosecutors could cause a bump in the road for U.S. Attorney Chris Christie's campaign for Governor in 2009. A New York Times editorial today suggested that Christie, the clear front runner for the Republican nomination, raised questions of a partisan bent in his office: Allegations of politics in the U.S. Attorney's office in Wisconsin "is not the only one raising questions about whether prosecutors tried last year to tilt close elections toward the Republicans. New Jersey’s federal prosecutor conducted an investigation of weak-looking allegations against Senator Robert Menendez that was used in Republican ads."

New York Times weighs in on Christie