Chris Christie should have run for president four years ago. His moment, like that of V8 tapes, has passed.
The cold light of hindsight seldom is kind to the eyes.
Christie’s White House aspirations drowned in the troubled waters cascading from the Bridgegate scandal.
That scandal consumed much of his governorship the past 18 months and took a major toll on Christie’s standing among fellow Republicans.
Christie today became the 14th Republican presidential candidate to officially enter the race.
He won’t get lost in the crowd.
He is about as subtle as an avalanche and never flinches in the white gauze of the spotlight.
With his girth, when he falls out of the boat everybody will know he hit water.