Chris Chrisite Wins Obama a Stuffed Animal Playing 'Touchdown Fever'

How nice. Facing 3 scandals at home? Go take a stoll down the boardwalk in New Jersey with Chris Christie and play some touchdown fever.





U.S. President Barack Obama hands to an assistant, a teddy bear in Chicago Bears NFL football team colors that was won at an arcade game he played alongside New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on the boardwalk at Point Pleasant in New Jersey, May 28, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed


White House pool report:
Obama and Christie then paid an unannounced visit to the Point Pleasant boardwalk. They looked at a giant sand sculpture in progress on the beach (so far, it's just a wood frame with scaffolding all over it) and talked with the designer, Ed Jarrett. Jarrett told the president he is building it from "top to bottom." The town is going for the Guinness record for sand castles, several folks gathered on the boardwalk said.

The party then moved to an arcade called "TouchDown Fever" to try and win a stuffed bear by tossing a football through a tire. Obama tried and missed a few times. Christie then threw the ball through the tire, on his first and only try. Obama gave him a high five ending in a clasp. And said, "That's because he's running for office." The guy behind the counter gave Obama a "Chicago" bear
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