Watch Gov. Chris Christie give his annual State of the State address at 2 p.m. from the Statehouse in Trenton. The governor, who has been enjoying huge job approval ratings in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, is expected to discuss the storm’s effects on New Jersey, rebuilding efforts and other issues. Yesterday Democratic Senate President Stephen Sweeney accused Christie of using Hurricane Sandy to gloss over what he called the “real state of the state”, which he characterized as a faltering economy that continued to struggle under Christie’s watch. “His jobs package is a hurricane. I guess he prayed a lot and got lucky that a storm came,” said Sweeney, who is considering running for governor. He immediately apologized for the remarks.