Rush Limbaugh accused President Barack Obama and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie of having a "master-servant" relationship that serves up the kind of bipartisanship the "drive-by media" wants.
"Master-servant. Master-staff. Don’t take it any further than that," Limbaugh said Tuesday on his radio show.
Limbaugh insisted that there was no real bipartisanship between the two men and that Christie was playing along because he wants government aid for his state.
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"Obama’s got the money; Christie needs the money. Obama wants to walk the beach; that’s what we’re gonna do. Obama wants a photo-op; it’s what we’re gonna do," Limbaugh said.
Limbaugh was among many conservative critics who blasted the Garden State's Republican governor for praising the president following Superstorm Sandy, reports Politico.
On Tuesday, Obama visited with Christie in New Jersey and toured sites recovering from the storm, which hit just before the November 2012 presidential election. The president promised continued government support for the areas destroyed.
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