By Star-Ledger Editorial Board The Star-Ledger
on December 02, 2013 at 10:22 AM
Sifting through the results of last month’s election, Gov. Chris Christie believes he has divined its true meaning: Voters want Democrats to yield to him.
“They ran on, ‘We will work with the governor.’ Okay, well, time to work with the governor,” he said last week on a radio call-in show. “Their mandate, to the extent they have one, is to work with me.”
That tells about half the story. It is true that voters want the two parties to cooperate. And it’s true several Democratic candidates in swing districts emphasized their eagerness to find common ground with Christie.
But voters did not endorse Christie’s agenda. The most striking result is…