Gov. Chris Christie said he is working to fix the sins of past administrations by pushing for an overhaul of the state's pension and health benefit system for public workers.

(Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)

"I'm like the guy who showed up for dinner at dessert, and then everybody went to go to the bathroom and never came back and I got the check," Christie explained.

In his latest Town Hall meeting, in Freehold, Christie sounded like he was making a national argument for reform.

But, he also got several questions about the slow pace of Sandy relief, including an impassioned plea from a young boy scout, who just wants to move back into a real home.