Gov. Chris Christie took it to both sides in Washington D.C. Christie was speaking during a town hall in New Hampshire and took aim at both Democrats and Congress, which is controlled by Republicans. The governor said he felt it wasn’t right that as president or governor you can only get eight years but people can stay in Congress forever. He called for a 12-year term limit for federal lawmakers. While Christie criticized Congress, he said you do have to work with him and felt that President Barack Obama hasn’t done much work to make that happen.