Mother Crusader writes that the confrontation between Governor Chris Christie and teacher Melissa Tomlinson called attention to the governor’s Achilles’ heel.

His education policies are “wildly unpopular.” He wants vouchers and charters, not public schools. And he has demonstrated contempt for teachers, especially women teachers, on several occasions.

One unscientific poll reported that 79% think his goal is to destroy public education.

Other polls, scientifically done, show that most of Barbara Buono’s voters choose her because of Christie’s arrogant treatment of the public schools and their teachers.

Will it matter in the election? Will women vote for Buono because Christie once again berated a woman in public? Will public school parents, who are the vast majority of voters, express their opposition to Christie’s contempt for their local public schools?

It’s a long shot, but an intriguing one.