Conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh is accusing New Jersey Governor Chris Christie of having a man-crush on President Obama after the two toured New Jersey in the wake of hurricane Sandy.
The broadcaster has taken issue with the Republican governor's extremely positive reaction to the president's involvement in the recovery from hurricane Sandy in the days after the storm.
Limbaugh accused the New Jersey governor of going out of his way to praise the president and insisted that Christie was acting like a "Greek Column for President Obama."
"Let's just put it this way: Is it wrong for one man to love another man?" Limbaugh asked during his Wednesday show. "That man-love out there is isolated in the state of New Jersey."
Hurricane Sandy came ashore in New Jersey and by many accounts was the hardest hit. During the peak of the storm more the 2.7 million households were without power and whole communities along the shore line were destroyed by the relentless storm surge.
Christie has been a strong supporter of presidential nominee Mitt Romney and was even selected to give the keynote address at the 2012 Republican National Convention, but after the storm Christie has given the president high praise for his handling and coordination of the relief efforts.
Obama temporarily suspended his campaign and ensured that state and local governments would receive all the resources needed in order to best meet the needs of those people and families that were affected.
Christie has also been adamant that now is not the time to worry about politics and that everyone should be focused on getting aid to the people that need it the most.
"If you think right now I give a damn about presidential politics then you don't know me," Christie said during an interview with Fox & Friends on Wednesday.