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New Jersey paper draws Chris Christie as Dallas Cowboys cheerleader

New Jersey paper draws Chris Christie as Dallas Cowboys cheerleader
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, left, talks with Cowboys team owner Jerry Jones on the field as Dallas and the Indianapolis Colts warm up before a game Dec. 21. (Brandon Wade / Associated Press)

Sometimes, it’s brutal to be a football fan, especially if you are New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.

Ever since he was shown paling around Jerry Jones’ box during the Cowboys wild-card playoff win Sunday, Christie has been lampooned on social media.

And, so far, it has not subsided.

On Tuesday, a drawing by Newark Star-Ledger's cartoonist Drew Sheneman made the rounds on social media, getting laughs from some and infuriating others who said Christie’s football loyalty should not be such a big deal.

The cartoon of an enormous Christie dressed as a scantily clad Cowboys cheerleader really goes for the jugular.

Christie claims he has always been a Cowboys fan, and Jerry Jones has said the two are friends.

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