Chris Christie & Marco Rubio

Christopher James Chris Christie (born September 6, 1962) is the 55th and current Governor of New Jersey. Marco Antonio Rubio (born May 28, 1971) is the junior United States Senator from Florida, since January 2011. A member of the Republican Party, he previously served as Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives (2007–2009). 5.0/5

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can you fill in the faces? Chris Christie, Ann Coulter, Ben Carson, Giuliani... Rick Scott, Pam Bondi, Marco Rubio
Chris Christie in the streets Marco Rubio in the sheets
Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, or Jeb Bush would have been a disaster for the presidency.
So if according to Orange Man, Warren is a sellout. I guess the same applies to Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Chris Christie and so on
Mike Huckabee, Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, Ben Carson & now Marco Rubio are done with lyin' to the American People
Donald Trump blasts Marco Rubio but not before cold-shouldering Chris Christie: The theme music from Harrison Ford's movie 'Air Force...
Marco Rubio took a New Hampshire drubbing, coming in fifth, after a disastrous debate saw him mocked as a robot. Chris Chr…
Chris Christie dropping out: one can hear that sigh of relief all the way from Marco Rubio's HQ.
Dramatic new video of the moment Chris Christie ended Marco Rubio's campaign
"Marco Rubio got fhard he had to take Chris Christie to Red Lobster." - Trevor Noah.
Chris Christie is owning Marco Rubio in this back and forth.
Christie ramps up attacks on Rubio: Chris Christie is intensifying his attacks on Marco Rubio as the New Jerse...
What makes Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie a better pick than Trump or Cruz?
Marco Rubio's PAC, Conservative Solutions, released an ad that absolutely decimates Chris Christie for his...
Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie steadfastly refused to take on the frontrunner Donald Trump. Jeb Bush took Trump on…
Chris Christie says out loud what a lot of Republicans will only say on background: Marco Rubio lacks depth
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1. Ben Carson. 2. Chris Christie. 3 Marco Rubio. 4. Martin O'malley. 5. Rand Paul. -just my opinions as of now
"Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz, Carly Fiorina, Chris Christie and Rick Santorum all issued calls to repeal,...
The prediction markets give Marco Rubio better odds and give Chris Christie a bump.
Choosing between Mad Bum and Joe West is like choosing between Donald Trump and Ben Carson and Ted Cruz and Chris Christie and Marco Rubio a
Now to give the opposing view, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Rick Santorum, Bobby Jindal, and Chris Christie.
I NOW know who Marco Rubio is, and he is one of them I really LIKED, along with Carly Fiorina, & Chris Christie.
Marco Rubio and Chris Christie are arguing climate change in the liveliest exchange thus far of the 1974 GOP Debate.
Poll: Did you watch the GOP debate?: Poll: Did you watch the GOP debate? Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Ben Cars...
Marco Rubio, do you think Chris Christie can eat this entire bucket of ice cream in under three minutes?
.Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Carly Fiorina, John Kasich and Lindsey Graham to fight over number two
Jeb Bush, Chris Christie and Marco Rubio all took questions today. . Hillary carried her luggage.
Ted Cruz is a joker, Marco Rubio is just playing around. Same with Rand Paul. Should Chris Christie and Jeb Bush come out to run, its over
With dry mouth Marco Rubio can hardly spew lies as adroitly as others in GOP clown car like Scott Walker or Chris Christie both expert liars
Only thing now is for Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Donald Trump, Hilary Clinton, Chris Christie and Bernie Sanders to formally announce
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There’s been some debate recently over which 2016 candidates belong in the top tier of the Republican primary. There are the obvious national names: Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie. And there’s a group of candidates who are genuinely in contention: Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul.…
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VOTING FOR THE RICH AND POWERFUL: Well, it appears that the rich and powerful want the Republican Party candidates to be Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Rand Paul or Mitt Romney...THAT IS WHO THE MONEY FOLKS want Fox News to promote, and Fox News does what the money folks want. BUT I AM HERE TO TELL YOU THAT THE BEST CANDIDATES ARE YOUR NEIGHBORLY CHRIST VALUED CANDIDATES: And it appears to me that the "neighborly valued candidates" are: Marco Rubio, Mike Huckabee, Sarah Palin, Michelle Bauchmann, Rick Santorum, Rick Perry, Newt Gingrich?, and maybe a few other options. Lee Bob
That's it I'm letting the politics out of the bag . I'm calling them out ... Please run for President ... Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Marco Rubio, Canadian Ted Cruz, Paul Ryan, Chris Christie, & Rick "Frothy Load" Santorum. You made my news so awesome in 2012 I can't wait for a repeat! Serious candidates AKA Rand Paul, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Jeb Bush, & Hillary Clinton . Who cares the most about the American People and who cares the most about Campaign Funds? I bet Campaign Funds trump the American People every time.
I am seeing lots of online straw polls about the 2016 Presidential nomination on the Republican side. Obviously, I am hoping for a run by Marco Rubio -- but he isn't the only candidate I could get behind. Rubio is my favorite coming out of the Senate, but I also would call Tim Scott, Mike Lee, and Ted Cruz "maybes". Very much against Rand Paul, Lindsey Graham, and another run by Rick Santorum. From the current group of GOP governors, I would love to see Bobby Jindal emerge as a front runner --- but I also like what I hear from Rick Perry, Nikki Haley, Scott Walker, and Susana Martinez. I really don't want to see Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, Mike Huckabee, Sarah Palin, or another run by Mitt Romney. From the House, I could get behind Paul Ryan, or Trey Gowdy. Certainly don't want to see Peter King. Finally, in the Non-politician category, I would definitely support Dr. Ben Carson.
The quarter-finals of the 2016 race for the White House now pit Jeb Bush against Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, Rick Perry and John Kasich for the establishment wing of the party. And it features Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Scott Walker, Rick Santorum, and Ben Caron battling for the Tea Party nod.…
It’s not even 2015 yet and no candidate has declared that he or she is running, but the pollsters are already asking about who you’ll vote for in the November 2016 Presidential election. In this CNN poll, the choices for a Republican are Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, Bobby Jindal, John Kasich, Rand Paul, Mike Pence, Rick Perry, Rob Portman, Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan, Rick Santorum, or Scott Walker. The choices for a Democrat are Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Andrew Cuomo, Martin O’Malley, Deval Patrick, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren or Jim Webb. How many of these candidates could you envision being a successful President?
Well, Jeb Bush is in...I expect he'll be followed by Scott Walker, Rand Paul, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, among others. The GOP has a strong bench for 2016!!
Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, Bobby Jindal, Marco Rubio, and Michelle Bachman they are all proudly "Indispensables."
Listen, the GOP has one shot here, they better let the establishment step aside!! the Boehners and McCains, the Lindsey Grahams, McConnells...Get rid of them NOW!!! they are as dangerous as Obama will ever be!!! they sold us out Long time ago...those in the Establishment will Give Jeb Bush as your next candidate, they make sure they Defund and Vilify their own Party is time for a change in Direction and Leadership...time for Mike Lee, Trey Gowdy, Ted Cruz and Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan!!! sprinkle in, Chris Christie, Bobby Jindal, Nikki Haley, Susana Martínez, Scott Walker, Allen West, Dr Ben Carson to name a Few...reach out to all people and take back this country, uniting us simply Americans With a Dream to Keep and Fight and even Die for our freedoms. WAKE THE F**K UP!!! TIME FOR NEW BLOOD OR SUFFER ANOTHER PRESIDENTIAL DEFEAT!!!
Listening to the coverage - and the coverage of the coverage - of Tuesday's election it is: As if the Democrats were the ones causing gridlock. As if Republicans haven't had an obstructionist agenda for the past 6 years. As if this were a referendum on anything except the Republican ability to make fear their primary tactic. As if the wealthy will use tax cuts to create jobs now, despite never having done it in the past. As if voter turnout, instead of voter fraud, isn't the main problem. As if anything Republicans have done since 2001 was not guided by self-interest and the interest of their corporate overlords. As if the Koch brothers were altruistic humanitarians. As if Chris Christie - and Marco Rubio and Rand Paul - were actually presidential timber. As if the financial disasters of 2008 were somehow Obama's fault. As if the people who complain that government doesn't work aren't the same ones who broke it. As if it was Mission Accomplished in Iraq when Bush walked out the door. As if Donald Trump ha ...
Attention Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and everyone else "seriously considering" a run for president. You can stop pretending now. Is Hillary really the best that the Democrats can offer? With so many opinions among the possible GOP challengers can any of them bring unity to that party? If you think it will be easy for any candidate you are mistaken. [ 193 more words. ]
Mitt Romney , Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson , and Chris Christie are the enemies of conservatives. All estab or stooges
Rick Perry will never be President of the United States. Nor will Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Scott Walker, Chris Christie or Jeb Bush
Ben Carson, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Rick Perry, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and maybe Mitt Romney...who is your 2016 pick?
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For me it's Marco Rubio 1st and everyone else is bringing up the rear. Chris Christie and Jeb Bush need to go away
Obviously the GOP establishment wants Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, or Mitt Romney, but they'll settle for Marco Rubio or Scott Walker
Interesting !! - "Faith and Freedom Coalition Speaking of their extreme base, this weekend it will be on full display right here in DC. And the parade of 2016 GOP presidential candidates are tripping over themselves trying to kiss up to them. That’s right. Ted Cruz, Chris Christie, Bobby Jindal, Rand Paul, Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Rick Santorum, and others will be sharing the stage with everyone from Allen West to Steve King to Herman Cain and Phyllis Schlafly. And we know what they’re going to say. They’re going to attack the President with each breath. (Any bets how long before the first impeachment reference is made?) We’ll hear conspiracies about Benghazi and the IRS. They’ll rail on about repealing the Affordable Care Act, the need to restrict women’s health decisions, the dangers of *** marriage and the detrimental effects of single mothers on society. What we won’t hear is a single serious proposal to help grow the middle class. And that’s the Republican Party’s problem. The Americ ...
Marco Rubio and Chris Christie are the only two Republicans I would support against Clinton in 2016.
If John Edwards had access to unlimited funds, then Chris Christie does. So does Marco Rubio. And Joe Biden. And Hillary Clinton.
On May 10,2014, Parker Mantell – a graduating senior spoke for 7 ½ minutes at the graduation services of Indiana University. Parker has a stuttering disability & he took on the challenge in front of 17,000 attendees … “Don’t let your doubts destroy your dreams!” Do not doubt yourself … dare yourself! “IT IS POSSIBLE” was his message. In his process of internships, he has worked with Eric Cantor the House Majority leader, with Marco Rubio in tours of the U.S. Capitol & made 1000’s of outreach calls for the office of Gov. Chris Christie, and in association with Fox News channel. Take 8 minutes of your time and watch his speech on YouTube, then watch to see how the graduating class responds at the end!
Three candidates who will not get my support in 2016: Chris Christie, Jeb Bush or Marco Rubio...
Watchn face the nation,and all Ive got to say is if Chris Christie or Jeb Bush gets a Republican nod to run for president, Republicans are committing political suicide. All I'm saying. If the Republicans get serious about wanting this next election, they need to put Marco Rubio up front
Fox News Reports: Top 3 Republican picks so far to run for President, Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio. Can you say, "We are boned."
Did you vote in our VERY unscientific poll trying to determine who might be the Republican presidential candidate for 2016? There's still time. Choices are Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie and the ever-popular OTHER. Let us know what you think.
Huckabee is the overwhelming choice of home state GOP voters to be their candidate for President in 2016- 38% say he would be their pick to 14% for Ted Cruz, 13% for Rand Paul, 10% for Jeb Bush, 4% for Chris Christie, 3% each for Bobby Jindal, Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan, and 2% for Cliven Bundy.
So now Ben Carson might run for president in 2016? Okay.This can be a good thing. Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio etc, they all need to stay in congress. In 2016, the GOP needs to have a governor OR someone like Ben Carson run for president. Jeb Bush needs to just go away. Even if he was a good candidate and could do good for us, I just don't think he would be the best choice. Honestly, under both other Bush's we have gone to war, 3 times is the charm they say right? Get ready to learn Russian because if another Bush becomes president, WW3 will happen. So, if we look at the governors who should run for president: -Chris Christie -Rick Perry -Rick Scott -Jack Dalrymple. What about vice prez? -Sarah Palin -Scott Walker -? Oh and to you fools who keep saying that Ted Nugent should be president, shut up. If anything, he should run for Congress. How about Sheriff Joe Arpaio? IF we take control of the congress and presidency, Sheriff Joe should become head of DHS/CBP. Then you have Sheriff Grady Judd. He shoul ...
Jeb Bush did himself in just like Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, and Marco Rubio . The GOP establishment might actually revive Mitt Romney
The truth is starting to win and beat back the RINO's in the GOP. After that we'll wipe out the DNC (Democratic National Crime syndicate). Then we can take back America. Here's the results of the latest poll. The poll also found that while 48% identified more with the "traditional Republican Party," 42% said they identified more with the "Tea Party Movement." In addition, "50% of participants identified with being an "economic conservative concerned about jobs, economic growth, and debt," while "35% of participants identified with being a "social conservative concerned about moral values, protecting the family, and pro-life." Here are the complete results of the poll, which was conducted March 18-20th: 1. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) - 13% Fmr. Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-AR) - 13% 3. Fmr. Gov. Jeb Bush - 11% (R-FL) 4. Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) - 9% Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) - 9% 6. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) - 6% Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) - 6% 8. Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) - 5% 9. Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) - 3% Fmr. Sen. ...
America's Conservative News YES! YES! YES! Senators Paul And Cruz Jump To Early Lead In ACN GOP Straw Poll The poll is still open but preliminary results are in and Senators Rand Paul an Ted Cruz have jumped into an early lead in the ACN GOP Presidential Straw Poll with 42.2% and 33.8% of the vote respectively. Trailing Paul and Cruz are Sarah Palin (9.3%), Jeb Bush (5.2%), Congressman Paul Ryan (3.2%), Chris Christie (1.9%), Marco Rubio (1.8%), Rick Santorum (1.8%), and Bobby Jindal (0.8%). The poll is still open... and final results will be published to those who have taken the poll (and to the media) in a few days. If you're reading this email, then you've already taken the poll and can't vote again, BUT... you can forward this email to your friends so they can vote and everyone's voice is heard. They can take the poll by using this link. Help us ensure that everyone's voice is heard. If you are receiving these poll results directly from us, your vote has already been counted but you can forward th ...
Three GOP Blocks are Emerging : Which one do you support? 1. Sen. Rand Paul, Sen. Ted Cruz, Gov. Rick Perry, Dr. Ben Carson (the Libertarian wing) 2. ex-Gov. Mike Huckabee, ex-Sen. Rick Santorum (the Social Conservative wing) 3. Gov. Chris Christie, Rep. Paul Ryan, ex-Gov. Jeb Bush (the Establishment wing) Don't know where Gov. Scott Walker, Donald Trump, Sen. Marco Rubio fit Select the wing of the GOP you will support, not the individual.
I am looking at a FB poll asking who I think the GOP Presidential nominee will be. The choices were Tim Pawlenty, Newt Gringrich, Paul Ryan, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Allen West, Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, Ron Paul, Herman Cain and Chris Christie. Are you kidding me? Is that really the best the GOP has to offer? Bring in the clowns. No wonder Mike Pence thinks he has a chance for the GOP nomination. Restricting myself to the choices they offered I would have to pick Christie, but don't mistake that as an endorsement. If the oligarchs who run the GOP had any sense they would turn their propaganda machine towards supporting Colin Powell as their nominee. He is the one GOP candidate who could actually challenge Hillary in the general election. That isn't likely to happen though. I think that might be a good thing.
It dawned on me tonight that I have seen several republicans down Obama for having not served in the military and that made him unfit to be president. They stated emphatically that it should be a requirement to serve as president. With that in mind, I looked up what republican front runners for 2016 have actually served. To the best of my knowledge and what I could find in their bios, basically NONE of the front runners were in the military! That includes Chris Christie, Bobby Jindal, Scott Walker, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, and Mike Huckabee. I have seen people talk terribly about John Kerry and his service. After seeing all of the horrors, he was against Vietnam. So, talk all you want about him, he had 3 (THREE!) Purple Hearts and a Bronze Star to name a few medals. You know what Romney the draft dodger had? 4 deferments! He never even served! Can't wait to see who the hypocrites support. LOL. (Disclaimer: I support our troops and veterans with all my heart. Military experience would be nice for ...
THE MORE INTELLIGENT OF THE GROUP OF *** WON! Not that this straw poll means anything. Ron Paul used to win them everywhere he participated. How in the *** did Ted Cruz beat Sarah Palin? They should have tied for first place in the CPAC moron poll The third-place finisher was Dr. Ben Carson, with 11 percent. He was followed by New Jersey GOP Gov. Chris Christie, 9 percent; Wisconsin GOP. Gov. Scott Walker, 7 percent; former Pennsylvania GOP Sen. Rick Santorum, and Florida GOP Sen. Marco Rubio, at 6 percent. Rubio finished second last year.
"Rand Paul was the big winner at this year’s gathering of conservative activists, taking 31 percent of the presidential straw poll." "The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) mock election, which totaled 2,459 votes and featured 25 names to choose from (plus the option of writing in favorites), is seen as a barometer of the conservative movement. It can also be a boost – or a disappointment – to presidential aspirants." "Trailing way behind Sen. Paul of Kentucky were Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas with 11 percent of the vote, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson with 9 percent, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie with 8 percent, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and former Sen. Rick Santorum with 7 percent each, and Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida with 6 percent."
Who do you think will make the biggest waves at CPAC 2014? Chris Christie. Ted Cruz. Marco Rubio. Donald Trump. Rand Paul. Other.
Music to our ears: "Senator Rand Paul topped the ballot on the first day at 29 percent. Senator Ted Cruz was running second at 17 percent. Rounding out the top five were Ben Carson at 10%, Marco Rubio at 10%, and Chris Christie at 10%. "The fact that the top votegetters in this year's CPAC straw poll are young Limited Government constitutional conservatives bodes well for Republican chances in 2016," said Viguerie. "The common trait among the top votegetters in our straw poll is that they are all "boat-rockers" of a Limited Government constitutional conservative bent – the establishment Republicans contenders are all at the bottom of the list."
Good Saturday Morning Patriots. Are you watching any of the CPAC Speakers? Sarah Palin and Newt Gingrich will speak the last day. I am not that big on Newt these days but will probably listen to what he has to say. In the end, as a patriot, I will vote for who I like most in the primary election then who ever wins the nomination, I WILL VOTE FOR THAT PERSON! Have you heard anything you like, dislike or you think just don't fit. I like the overall idea that the theme seems to be "We're Americans first and Republicans second." Now, that isn't written anywhere but I get the feeling that MOST of the speakers so far are saying *** off LIBERALS and RINOS, we're sick and tired of listening to your crap!" Ted Cruz, Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Bobby Jindal, Rick Perry, Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorium and Rand Paul have done a bang up job so far in convincing me we can still turn this thing around. I know, they are politicians but who else do we have to listen to. I made it very clear in the fir ...
Following are the complete first day results of the CPAC poll: Rand Paul (29%) Ted Cruz (17%) Ben Carson (10%) Marco Rubio (10%) Chris Christie (10%) Scott Walker (7%) Paul Ryan (2%) Jeb Bush (2%) Rick Santorum (2%) Mike Pence (1%) Note: Sarah Palin and Bobby Jindal did not receive enough votes to remain on the leader board.
It's not over for Chris Christie and Marco Rubio I you Cuban Castro and Jersey Tug Boot
Rick Perry, Marco Rubio & Chris Christie all got bigger crowds, more applause, more energy than Tea Party faves Cruz & Lee at
TODAY IN ONE PARAGRAPH: Crimea scheduled a referendum on whether it will secede from Ukraine and join Russia, but President Obama said it would violate international law and would not be recognized by the U.S. Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and others spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference, and Mitch Mcconnell brought a gun. Russia is pushing for the International Monetary Fund to go ahead with a 2010 set of reforms without U.S. approval. An ABC News/Washington Post poll puts Hillary Clinton far ahead of her possible Republican challengers in 2016, and shows that Jeb Bush's last name might be holding him back. But Bernie Sanders says he would be a better president than anyone else, including Clinton.
I don't really like Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, or Chris Christie. I want Jeb Bush!
WHO’S ON YOUR BALLOT? Imagine, for a moment, that you could magically transport any or all of these candidates into one of the positions listed below. Who would you choose? Pretend, for a moment, that we don’t just vote for President but for the entire staff. Here’s a faux ballot. If you don’t see your favorite, just write it in. We have some extremely intelligent and highly skilled options out there. Take your time…Study the job requirements for each position and your nominees’ skills. Let’s see what this make-believe President, VP and his entire cabinet looks like. Fill in the blanks and have fun. 1. Jeb Bush _ 14. Michelle Bachman _ 2. Dr Ben Carson _ 15. Darryl Issa _ 3. Trey Gowdy _ 16. Chris Christie _ 4. Ted Cruz _ 17. Jim Demint _ 5. Nikki Haley _ 18. Bobby Jindal _ 6. Mike Lee _ 19. Sarah Palin _ 7. Rand Paul _ 20. Mike Pence _ 8. Rick Perry _ 21. Marco Rubio _ 9. Paul Ryan _ 22. Rick Santorum _ 10. John Thune _ 23. Scott Walker _ 11. Allen West _ 24. Condoleezza Rice _ 12. Louis Go ...
Finalizing details for my CPAC conference trip to Washington, D.C. March 5-8. If anyone is interested in sponsoring me, that would be much appreciated. Feel free to inbox me your email and I'll get back with you as quickly as possible with a personalized letter. Speakers at this conference include: Sarah Palin, Sen.Ted Cruz, Gov.Bobby Jindal, Rep. Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Gov. Rick Perry, Donald Trump, Dr. Ben Carson, Sen. Pat Toomey, Gov. Chris Christie, Sen. John Cornyn, Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorum, Sen. Rand Paul, Jim Demint, Jenny Beth Martin, Al Cardenas, David Keene & Carly Fiorina. Wow, what a great line up!
Republican polling numbers- Huckabee ,He's at 16% to 14% for Jeb Bush, 13% for Chris Christie, 11% for Rand Paul, 8% each for Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Paul Ryan, 6% for Scott Walker, and 5% for Bobby Jindal.
It's one thing for Chris Christie being undone by a Rand Paul, Scott Walker, Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Mike Huckabee, or countless other Republicans in the primaries or Hillary in the general but to be bought down by the Mayor of Fort Lee, NJ that has to hurt.
With Mike Huckabee's recent remarks on women, he out for 2014. Chris Christie's gone. Marco Rubio's gone. Jeb Bush doesn't want it.
Governor Chris Christie got sworn in today for his second term. The newscast this Revo admin heard talked about how it was supposed to be an unofficial kick off to him running for the GOP 2016 Presidential nomination and about how so many of the GOP potential 2016 candidates are facing hard times for a variety of reasons. Christie, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul -- who do you see as the leading contenders for GOP nod? And if none of them make it out of the primaries, who do you think might get the nod? Jeb Bush? (Oh, gawd, don't say it!!!)
I think Chris Christie - Marco Rubio would win by flipping overweight people, Hispanics, New Jersey, and Florida to their side.
Will talk about anything but amnesty and the Chris Christie situation. In the last week, Republican Senator Marco Rubio has been making the rounds on FOX, CNN, at the American Enterprise Institute,...
Senior Republicans leapt to the defence of Chris Christie today - except, of course, his rival Marco Rubio:
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) declined Sunday to weigh in on the scandal surrounding Gov. Chris Christie's (R-NJ) administration's closure of the George Washington Bridge seemingly to punish the mayor of Fort Lee, New Jersey.
Who needs AlQaeda to terrorize Americans when we have Chris Christie, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, John Boehner aka GO…
Jeb Bush is just looking at Chris Christie, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, etc and just laughing, laughing, laughing.
Rand Paul no Marco Rubio no Ted Cruz no Scott Walker no Bobby Jindal no Paul Ryan no Chris Christie no, he's too big for his bridges, I mean britches
Marco Rubio will take the high road on all this, assuming Chris Christie didn't have it closed.
Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan fight poverty the way Chris Christie fights traffic.
Ok, 2016 potential presidential candidates are in the polls and it is a HUGE yawner! On the Dems side is the leader Hillary Clinton of cattle futures fame. Then we have Joe Biden. To be honest, I have nothing to say about his worthless as *** on a boar hog butt... That leaves Elizabeth Warren, Martin O'Malley and Deval Patrick. I am asleep at the wheel and headed for a crash... But I won't leave the rotten *** slate on the Republican's side out. Chris Christie holds a narrow lead, with Jeb Bush, Tom Cruz and Paul Ryan sniffing up his butt with a microscope. Problem is, they all SUCK! That leaves Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Scott Walker, Rick Perry and Rick Santorum holding up the rear of the GOP flanks, the most appropriate place for them. *** should ALWAYS take up the rear... Looks like one more lame *** election of complete morons... When will we have reps running who aren't clueless by nature? I am starting a voters for Goofy or Dopey as president campaign. Are you in?
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Four "Republicans" that should NOT run for President in '16: Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan, Chris Christie & Mike Huckabee.
From Virgie M Rollins DNC Rep Reply-To: rapidresponsethe video here: DNC highlights GOP infighting in holiday-themed video The Hill// Alexandra Jaffe Democrats are highlighting infighting among Republican presidential hopefuls with a new holiday-themed web video out Monday. The video, shared first with The Hill by the Democratic National Committee, features GOP Sens. Rand Paul (Ky.) and Marco Rubio (Fla.), Rep. Paul Ryan (Wisc.), Govs. Scott Walker (Wisc.) and Chris Christie (N.J.) and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush all trading barbs with each other during interviews and public appearances. "It's the holiday season. A time when families come together," the clip opens, and then cuts to a shot of Christie lambasting Paul at a press conference. "Maybe Senator Paul could, you know, deal with that when he's trying to deal with the reduction of spending on the federal side. But I doubt he would, because most Washington politicians only care about bringing home the bacon," Christie says in the clip. Both are likel ...
Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio should be afraid of Scott Walker. Here's why. via
Apparently my dad is thankful for Chris Christie, Mitch Mcconnell, and Marco Rubio.
Uh, oh, someone better get John Boehner, David Vitter, Paul Ryan, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, Bobby Jindal, Jeb Bush, Bob Mcdonnell, Marco Rubio, Michael Steele, Sam Brownback, Rudolph Giuliani, Chris Christie, Antonin Scalia, Anthony Kennedy, Clarence Thomas, John Roberts and Samuel Alito on the horn, ASAP!! -- Matthew 5:19-20 Anyone who breaks one of the least of these commandments and teaches others to do the same will be called least in the kingdom of heaven, but whoever practices and teaches these commands will be called great in the kingdom of heaven. For I tell you that unless your righteousness surpasses that of the Pharisees and the teachers of the law, you will certainly not enter the kingdom of heaven.
Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz: These are the names most likely to come up when you talk about strong GOP contenders in 2016. Scott Walker — though very well known inside the beltway thanks in part to the contentious recall election he...
Ideological Warfare "So while Republicans are united against Obamacare, they're fighting each other over ideology. The scorecard looks like this. The moderate Republican leadership features Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, John Mccain, Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan. The Tea Party hard right leadership is headed by Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Rand Paul and Sarah Palin."- Bill O'Reilly Do you agree or disagree with O'Reilly?
Chris Christie, hmmm don't like him..too moderate..he reminds me of a fat mob boss...this is not the person I want as a Republican candidate for President...give me Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Governors Jindal, Haley or Matinez
Marco Rubio: Let’s not read too much into this Chris Christie victory, okay? « Hot Air via
Marco Rubio: 2013 wins not future races
Obviously I'd vote for any democrat. That being said do the republicans think there next election campaign voice will come from Chris Christie the Piggy who after the lap band surgery is still a pig!!! Maybe they want to choose Rand Paul yeah he's about as awful as Papa John's pizza's is... two things from Kentucky that *** Marco Rubio isn't bad but are you racist republicans gonna allow yourself to vote for a minority? Well you might bc he's your future Tea Party puppet leader.
8 of Today's Posts FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2013 from (Be sure to hit the "See More" link below to access the rest of the posts) Obamacare Navigator Background Check 'GLITCH'? Fallout: Many Doctors want Payment Up Front for General El-Sissi Grows in Egypt looks to Stall any Concessions around it's Nuclear Program for a Year Court Justices voice Support for State Affirmative Action Ban Ted Cruz interview with Mark Levin (Full interview 10-16-13) Marco Rubio interview on Fox News (Full video 10-17-13) Chris Christie 2nd New Jersey Governor's Race Debate (Full Debate 10-15-13) everyone, I've set up a new group if you are interested: "U.S. General Elections Central" check it out. Follow the link above to the group and if interested, please join. Hope to see you there. Bosman
I saw a straw Poll for People running 4 President and in it had a few of my favorites, Paul Ryan, Ted Cruz, Sarah Palin, Chris Christie, Rick Santorum, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, John Kerry, and John F. Kennedy's great spirit, and don't 4get Orange 4 Commander IN Chief ! As I look at our friends In England and Canada and other great Allies to soon build an alliance that will give the World a type of New World Order and more Peace for those who have earned it !
What does it say about you when you can no longer tolerate liberals? If you don't say or repost something about Obama, or Big Government in general, I have to wonder if you get where this country is headed. I still respect Ted Cruz, but if you want to say something disparaging about Marco Rubio, Rand Paul or Chris Christie, I am fine with that. They are 2 faced *** that finally came out over amnesty. It has come to the point where you need to prove to me that you are willing to fight for America before I can trust you. If you don't like this, you are free to unfriend me or ignore me, but don't pretend you are with me. I will not waste my time arguing with pretend Americans. Our country and way of life are at stake, even our very lives.
GOP primaries in 2016 - Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, Rick Perry - popcorn will be like gold
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Chris Christie, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio... The only one you see staying out of the spotlight is Jeb Bush
If you think Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, or Marco Rubio are the modern face of the you should turn around and walk away..slowly.
Public Policy Polling's newest look ahead to the 2016 Presidential race in New Hampshire finds no clear Republican leader. Rand Paul's at 20% to 19% for Chris Christie, 14% for Jeb Bush, 12% for Kelly Ayotte, 10% for Ted Cruz, 7% for Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan, 3% for Bobby Jindal, and 2% for Rick Santorum. Just LOOK at this line up and ponder Abe Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Andrew Jackson. Even Harding, Coolidge and Hoover start to sparkle. HOW can this be our country's finest? (and I don't even know who Kelly Ayotte is).
For the GOP in 2016 Presidency, we have Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush, Trump, Paul Ryan, Chris Christie, S…
While funny the 2016 GOP candidates will be Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul and a few Nutjobs. Expect Christie/nutjob ticket.
Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Chris Christie and Rick Perry? Sounds like an exciting primary to me.
Here is my prediction/promise to the GOP and Republican voters. The only way there will ever be another Republican President in this generation is if you nominate an actual Liberty-minded, small-government, fiscally-conservative candidate. If you want to avoid President Hillary Clinton in 2016, I recommend that you avoid nominating the likes of Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan, or heaven-forbid Mitt Romney again.
Conservatives will have to look to either Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, or Marco Rubio what a bunch of losers oh I forgot ol Santorum
So first Chris Christie implodes, the Marco Rubio... Rand Paul is one step closer to being the last man standing
Chris Christie, Marco Rubio and the political value of being a sports fan GTNews
What about Chris Christie? MT Hillary Clinton would beat Jeb Bush & Marco Rubio in the 2016 pres. election
Meet the newest stars of the Democrat party: Marco Rubio, Chris Christie and Kelly Ayotte!
Chris Christie (R), Marco Rubio (R), Hillary Clinton (D), or Michael Bloomberg (I) of these people will be our next President
Listen to the names this progressive throws out for 2016 hopefuls Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio! RINO's will bring this nation to its knees. We need third party candidates to rise up and take seats in 2014. It must happen at the state and ...
And now,the 2016 presidential race future predictions...Marco Rubio..Jeb Bush..Chris Christie..and your clear winner...Hilary Clinton
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We do not need Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, or Marco Rubio for our GOP candidate in 2016. We need a Benjamin Carson or a Ted Cruz...both picks of the people and not the establishment. Another establishment candidate will hand the reigns to Hillary, Biden, or someone just as bad. We need someone to tell it like we all know it is...not to toe the party line and talking points. Stop any giving to the GOP until the light comes on...if it ever does!!
I have confidence Chris Christie and Marco Rubio are capable of developing a strategy to attract low info voters. Jeb Bush not so…
Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio. If that's all the GOP has to offer in 2016, then Hillary is gonna have an easy run.
The idea that conservatives have to continue compromising and put forth squishy, hands-across-the-aisle candidates like Chris Christie or Jeb Bush flies in the face of the last two squishy, hands-across-the-aisle candidates that lost. We need something different, we need someone different and it's not Marco Rubio who's quickly become the latest Quicky Mart GOP establishment squishy flavor of the week. Ted Cruz and other candidates of that caliber and belief system are who we need, not the same old equivocating, compromising, Republican establishment elite.
"What you think of Chris Christie is what I think of Marco Rubio."- Michael Savage.
Marco Rubio sends out fundraising letter for "conservative leader" Chris Christie. Who is giving this guy advice? Not even Karl Rove is this dumb.
Ha Ha. Hillary Clinton in 2016 would still defeat Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and Chris Christie
I can't think of a better resume for presidency than that of Gov. Chris Christi of NJ. Executive experience in a sate with a large amount of revenue, currently successfully overseeing a national disaster recovery with the early opening if the boardwalk. Gastric bypass so I look good next to Marco Rubio. There is a lot of the republican platform I agree with. I usually don't agree with Republicans.
FOX just inferred Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio orvRand Paul will be the Nominee for 2016. And shiwed their pics in that order.
Watch Bolling on ‘The Five’ present the political ad and suggests that Joe Biden, Chris Christie, Rand Paul or Marco Rubio are free to use in 2016.
Chris Christie, Rick Santorum, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Rand Paul are the top 5 picks for President according to attendees.
Not hard to see Romney throwing his support behind Chris Christie over Marco Rubio when the time comes:
More from last night's dinner in DC with President Obama: A potential rival of Marco Rubio's, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, gave the Republican speech at the dinner, dishing out barbs about himself and other presidential hopefuls. "I am too skinny to run," he said, referring to his chances of seeking the Republican nomination in a few years. "At least that's what my friend Chris Christie keeps telling me."
GREAT NEWS; Carl Levin isn't going to seek another term come 2014. Now if we can find a good Republican to replace him. One more of the establishment crowd and of the way to long in congress, out of touch blowhards that really need to go. As far as I am concerned, John Mccain should be next (even though he is a war hero), he has outlived his usefullness in government. I could go on and on with many others but if we just look at the long term Senators and Reps from the House, we all (across the country) know who should go, both on the Democrat and Republican sides. There needs to be term limits as there is for president. Charlie Rangle is another one who has outlived his usefulness. We really need the likes of Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Chris Christie and others who will follow the constitution and the law of the land to make decisions that are for the good of the country and citizens insstead of the likes of Barack Obama; Harry Reid; Nancy Pelosi and others who just want to play politics. We ...
The new numbers are from Quinnipiac University, which asked about nine hypothetical head-to-head matchups among one of three Democrats (Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Andrew Cuomo) and one of three Republicans (Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan). As always with this type of polling, name recogniti...
nobody is confirmed yet, but others rumored are Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, and more.
For an article I'm doing: Do you think Scott Walker is presidential material? Could he win the GOP nomination in 2016 over a candidate like Chris Christie or Marco Rubio?
Asked by a friend if the repubs are self destructing.surprise.went on a rant!!! None of their ideas poll over 50%..and they have changed positions on a lot of stuff just because Obama supports it.they are still attacking women...with the vaginal probe thing in several states.Pennsylvania repubs are still messing with the electoral college after all other states have dropped it...They violently attack(like Hagel) and then approve They beat up an ex senator for Benghazi...then McCain admits it was just a revengee thing...They seem to be on the side of Wayne LaPierre.OMG.They think their future is Marco Rubio, but Chris Christie is the most popular republican elected official.and they did not invite him to attend CPAC. Karl Rove says they have to put solid candidates out there.and they hire a hit man.for Karl Rove! Their funds had a 1% success rate, and their billionaires are hopping mad.the largest state elects a senator that reminds the rest of the country of the McCarthy era..then that state puts Willi .. ...
If Ted Nugent runs for president or a running mate in 2016, I hope Marco Rubio and Chris Christie do as well and mop the floor with Ted in the primaries. Marco and Chris couldn't possibly screw the country up as much as that gun-toting psycho.
You can't help but feel sorry for Chris Christie for having been snubbed by CPAC. Apparently, being subject to occasional, recurring episodes of normal behavior is an automatic disqualifier from admittance to this gathering of bottom feeders. However, a brief glance at the names of the scheduled speakers at the conference can't help but inspire awe and admiration: Willard M. Romney, Paul Ryan, Rick Perry, Sarah Palin, Allen West, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Rand Paul. So much for the GOP trying to "rebrand" itself. Two questions: (1) What happened to Steve King, Michele Bachmann, Louie Gohmert, Virginia Foxx, and Steve Stockman? (2) Where is Seal Team Six when you need them most?
Marco Rubio , Paul Ryan , Chris Christie , Rand Paul , and Jeb Bush all are tied to Karl Rove or his backers . All for sale .
The President and the First Lady both are going to be on separate late night shows tonight! It seems to me he is south better at campaigning forever than taking care of the problems we have as a country. To bad socializing an rubbing shoulders with celebrities can't fix all our problems in this country! Politicians are ridiculous!!! Most are worthless. Wish more of them were like Chris Christi and Marco Rubio. They manage to be celebrities an do there job. Amazing!!!
Sarah Palin will once again headline the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). What do they see in her? Is she still hot stuff in the GOP, really? She's a has-been who lost an election, quit midway through a Governor term, and was let go by Fox News. What about having Chris Christie, or even Marco Rubio, as their headliner?
So thus far this is these are the potention nominees for 2016. Rand Paul, Allen West, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Rick Perry. Looking good thus far. Although Christie is a *** RINO.
I am a huge Obama fan, but really enjoy watching the new GOP stars rising for the 2016 presidential primaries. So far it will be a very interesting crowd again for the Republicans... Who do you like and who will be their 2016 nominee (and who did I miss?)? -- Sen. Marco Rubio -- Gov. Rick Perry -- Speaker Newt Gingricht -- Sen. Rand Paul -- Rep. Paul Ryan -- Gov. Jeb Bush -- Gov. Chris Christie -- Gov. Jon Huntsman -- Sen. Rob Portman -- Rep. Eric Cantor
The fact that Marco Rubio looks better than Mitch Mcconnell, Chris Christie, or John Boehner, and is more masculine than effete Mitt Romney, Bobby Jindal or Eric Cantor, will probably help the Republican Party. (Studies have shown that good looks & vitality are a plus for both male & female candidates among both male & female voters, partly because we like to identify with our leaders). But the mindless mush coming out of his mouth was the same destructive economic ignorance his counterparts have been selling.
Marco Rubio appears to have a case of cotton mouth.
On This Week: I'm feeling Marco Rubio in 2016. Chris Christie is the bomb. Extremely authentic -- love that he told Connie Mariano to shut up and mind her own *** business. Glad to see the Republicans getting their act together. It's about time the Tea Party be sent back to the planet that the plant in the "Little Shop of Horrors" came from. There is nothing more frightening than its continuation than that used car salesman -- Joe Biden --being elected the next POTUS.
So I'm thinking about how far the Republican Party has come in this regard and I can't help thinking about the clowns they trotted out last year and potential candidates for 2016. What uniform can you see Willard Romney or their wonder kid, Pinnochio Ryan wearing? What uni did Marco Rubio and Chris Christie wear. Heck how many textile mills would have to be opened and working at max capacity to make a uniform for Christie? Just wanted to share the garbage the Right passes around, I mean there's GW in his flight many missions in Vietnam? What a crock.
Someone's getting ready to run for president. The primaries (Hillary Clinton, Martin O'Malley, Andrew Cuomo, and Antonio Villaraigosa for the dems and Marco Rubio, Bobby Jindal, Nikki Haley, Jeb Bush, Paul Ryan, and Chris Christie on the reps) are gonna be a lot of fun in 2015
I don't want to say the year, but a Paul Ryan vs Marco Rubio vs Rand Paul vs Chris Christie vs Jeb Bush debate would rawk.
Herman Cain for president in 2016? And Vice President Marco Rubio? Dana Perino as White House press secretary. Chris Christie as secretary of defense. Bobby Jindal as secretary of state. Newt Gingrich as treasury secretary. And Charlie Crist as secretary of education. (I figure the intellectually elusive former Fla. governor could mangle the federal agency beyond repair.) And Mike Huckabee as something. I don't know yet. But we got to fit him in somewhere.
So here's what 2016 is looking like so far: for the Republicans it's Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Susana Martinez, Jeb Bush, Paul Ryan, Scott Walker, Kelly Ayotte, and Chris Christie, for the Democrats it's Joe Biden, Andrew Cuomo, Mark Warner, Martin O'Malley, Deval Patrick, Cory Booker, and Michael Bloomberg. Not bad on both sides, but will be interesting to see who the confirmed candidates are.
2. It wasn't the candidate(s). Some are already saying, "Romney was the wrong guy"; "He should have picked Marco Rubio to get Florida/Rob Portman to get Ohio/Chris Christie to get [someplace else]." With all due respect, these assessments are incorrect. Romney ran a strategic and well-organized campaign. Yes, he could have hit harder on Benghazi. But for those who would have loved that, there are those who would have found it distasteful. No matter what tactic you could point to that Romney could have done better, it would have been spun in a way that was detrimental to his chances. Romney would have been an excellent president, and Ryan was an inspired choice. No matter who we ran this year, they would have lost. See above.
Sarah Palin is the TeaParty . Paul Ryan , Jeb Bush , Chris Christie , and Marco Rubio are with the Establishment and Not Conservatives .
Chris Christie's support drops with conservatives.
we have plenty of grown up ready for 2016. Paul Ryan, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Jindal, Scott Walker et al.
And now the award for the best new arrangement of the same old song goes to .(drum roll) The Republican Party "Raleigh, N.C. – PPP's newest national poll finds Marco Rubio as the early choice of Republicans for 2016. 18% would like him to be their nominee to 14% for Chris Christie, 12% for Jeb Bush and Paul Ryan, 11% for Mike Huckabee, 8% for Condoleezza Rice, 7% each for Sarah Palin and Rand Paul, and 4% for Rick Santorum" I worry about the 7% who still want Sarah Palin.
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We need a Conservative Party in 2016 led by you. Jeb Bush , Marco Rubio ,and Chris Christie aren't the answer. Sarah Palin is
Top picks for the GOP in 2016: Marco Rubio (Sen) Bobby Jindal (Louisiana Gov) Rand Paul (Sen) Jeb Bush (Frmr Florida Gov) Bob McConnel (Virginia Gov) Rubio is from Florida, has a solid record on immigration reform and education, is young, and could help communicate to Minorities. Bobby Jindal, for the same reasosn. He has a firm grasp of Budgeting, and is also young, like Rubio. Rand is taking the torch from his Dad. Paulites aren't going anywhere. Jeb was a successful governor. The name may still have a sour taste, but his record is solid. I've seen Bob McConnel's name thrown around in the past few weeks. He Chairs the Republican Governors panel, but he isn't well known to many. Absent from this list: Chris Christie. No. Just no.
The video above shows Alex Wagner covering some potential Republican candidates for President in 2016. The first three should come as no surprise as Wagner shows clips Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, and Bobby Jindal. Then Wagner mentions an article by Weekly Standard writer Charlotte Allen that says, ...
I'm not trying to get started early, but... Here are the potential GOP presidential candidates thus far for 2016: Gov. Chris Christie (NJ) Gov. Bobby Jindal (LA) Sen. Rand Paul (KY) Sen. Marco Rubio (FL) Who do you like?
There's major work to be done for the next two years. Enemy No.1 the RINO's. Mission No. 1 change The National Republican Establishment from the inside by torpedoing the RINO's who manage it along with the RINO's in Congress. Prime examples of RINO's John Boehner, Marco Rubio, Nicky Hally, Eric Cantor, Paul Ryan, Reince Preibus, Chris Christie, George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, Jeb Bush, and the Bush's in general. We must accomplish it through blood and sweat by Electing almost or every Tea Party member running in the next two year's. If every Tea Party member gets Elected, then awesome. Now mission No. 2 having Sarah Palin as the Nominated Candidate for the Republicans to beat the Liberal Candidate to win the Presidency.
Marco Rubio and Bobby Jindal are quickly going the way of Chris Christie.
Chris Christie was on SNL this weekend. Marco Rubio just traveled to Iowa and gave a speech. Election Season 2016 begins.
You know who won the election this year---Barack---You know really won though---Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, and Bobby Jindal. I think when the Republican Party runs in 2016 we are going to see the "caring conservative win(i.e. Bush in 2000). I don't know who we have in the party who in 4 years can sway a majority of the electorate. Currently, I think about my boy Deval Patrick running but he is too crazy(no offense because he is my favorite politician, and that's what I love about him). Republicans will paint him as a the tea partier for the Dems. I'm just wondering who we have. *** I'll also take Michelle Obama for pres too. Just saying...
Excerpt from Charles Krauthammer, 11-08-12. Behind Romney, the party has an extraordinarily strong bench. In Congress — Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Kelly Ayotte, (the incoming) Ted Cruz, and others. And the governors — Bobby Jindal, Scott Walker, Nikki Haley, plus former governor Jeb Bush and the soon-retiring Mitch Daniels. (Chris Christie is currently in rehab.) They were all either a little too young or just not personally prepared to run in 2012. No longer. There may not be a Reagan among them, but THIS GENERATION OF RISING LEADERS IS PHILOSOPHICALLY ROOTED AND POLITICALLY FLUENT IN THE NEW CONSTITUTIONAL CONSERVATISM. Ignore the trimmers. There’s no need for radical change. The other party thinks it owns the demographic future — counter that in one stroke by fixing the LATINO PROBLEM. DO NOT, however, ABANDON THE PARTY'S PHILOSOPHICAL ANCHOR.. In a world where European social democracy is imploding before our eyes, the party of SMALLER, more modernized government owns the ideological future. Romn ...
Who will we see run for POTUS in 2016? Chris Christie? Rahm Emamuel? Joe Biden? Hilary Clinton? Marco Rubio?
Republican establishment will promote Jeb Bush or Chris Christie for 2016. NO! I prefer Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Allen West, better choices!
Marco Rubio and Susana Martinez: "Chris Christie called us both to attend his 2016 fundraiser on Friday night, but we have already scheduled to go to Mike Huckabee and Jeb Bush's 2016 fundraiser."
Hmm, what do you all think of this super-star 2016 Election contest: Chris Christie - Marco Rubio ticket versus Hilary Clinton - (Elizabeth Warren/Julian Castro) ticket?
Patiently waiting for Nov 8th 2016. who will my candidate be then. Marco Rubio, Allen West, Bobby Jindal, Chris Christie? I would support any of them. But i'll tell you, I would love to see a strong conservative Woman take the reigns. It is unlikely as the mainstream left media will demonize and mock any woman running as a conservative candidate. Met our new state congressional representative Susan Martin a few weeks ago and was very impressed. This country needs more women leaders. but above all, it needs to stop spending money like a college kid with his/her parent's credit card
Emerging as potential future leaders of the Republican Party: Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Bob Mcdonnell, and a few others. Dropping from the list: Mitt Romney (you only get to lose once) and Chris Christie.
As a former Republican and now present-Democrat, it comes to my attention that the GOP, and those who endorse the right, must *** what ideals are to actually be cherished by the conservatives. Based on the election, I would suggest that creatures like *** Morris, Ann Coulter and the ever-whining Sean Hannity must be eschewed like Herpes; the kind of poisonous vitriol emanating from those intellectually handicapped corners is never needed and is never helpful. Almost without saying, likewise, the mentally deplorable far-right loons like Todd Aiken and Robert Mourdoch must be consigned to 'teeth-gnashing' *** of biological immutability and the realities of the *** and sperm swimming upstream. Last, while some of my friends characterize themselves as Evangelicals (which is fine), those who linger in those far-right halls of craziness AND who fancy themselves as politicians, must also be excoriated through silence. The GOP must look to the younger blood of the likes of Chris Christie and Marco Rubio ...
In 2012, the Republicans put up Romney, Perry, Santorum, Bachmann, Gingrich, etc. They chose not to bring out Jeb Bush, Conti Rice, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Bob Mcdonnell, etc. The GOP insiders knew this was never a winnable election and that 2016 could be. Romney is a good man but was not a strong candidate for his party. Time to support our country and, if you choose, select a different course next time. This is America!
Silver linings: Hillary is screwed. Chris Christie is history. Marco Rubio. Bobby Jindal. Nancy Botox is proly history as leader.
Any predictions for the 2016 GOP nomination race? Here's my field: Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Jon Voight, Stephen Baldwin, Janine Turner, Allen West, Nikki Haley. In the first debate they'll all gang up on Baldwin and attack federal funding of biospheres. Voight will also face tough questions about Varsity Blues.
Chris Christie, Marco Rubio for Republicans, Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden for Democrats. Still very early though
Kelly Ayotte, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan...all near the top of GOP Wishlists for 2016.
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Afton 102 Election Party is officially endorsing Marco Rubio for 2016!!! Chris Christie! Bobby Jindal! Kelly Ayotte!! We will be back y'all!
alright, since the 2012 election is basically over, let's start speculation on 2016. I think we're looking at Hilary Clinton, Jennifer Granholm, Cory Booker, and Deval Patrick. Maybe Biden again (token white male). On the Republican side, Jon Hunstman, Tim Pawlenty, Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Sarah Palin, Chris Christie, Ron Paul (or Rand), and Rick Santorum. Thoughts?
ya boy Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Bobby Jindal, and Paul Ryan setting it up for the next run.
The big guns continue to drop in to Richmond and today Chris Christie was terrific. I can't decide if I like him as a speaker better than Marco Rubio. Both have a way of articulating how Limited Government fosters success and prosperity for individuals willing to apply themselves. Christie has a more pugnacious style to him whereas Rubio is more poetic. But both capture the aspirations and dreams of the American promise.
Regardless of what takes place in this election, the Grand Ole Party is experiencing its most talented crop of young leaders since its originators. Waiting to take the lead tomorrow are people like Scott Walker, Rand Paul, Chris Christie, Bobby Jindal, Marco Rubio, Mia Love, and yes... Paul Ryan. Even those left of left (Nancy Pelosi) have to be impressed.
Sarah Palin is more famous than Chris Christie , Marco Rubio, and Paul Ryan and a Conservative
Marco Rubio,Chris Christie,Rand Paul are future stars in The Republican Party.
.says Chris Christie and Marco Rubio are two Republicans who know how to talk to the average American.
Scary, something to think about. There is no one emerging in the Democratic Party, No Ralph Naders, No young Midwesterner, No young handsome Kennedy type to challenge Obama. Like with all Dictators they are skilled at keeping everyone down. You may think Romney is rich, disenfranchised but the Republicans allow for other candidates opinions Ryan, Palin, Ron Paul, Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, Newt, Herman Cain all these people have a voice... This Election is the biggest of my lifetime. Please Vote it is your right as an American, Don't listen to the Media and your Liberal friends or the people that think all politicians are alike... Make your own decision. Watch the Debates. I did not vote for Clinton but I thought he did a good job. Please judge the job being done by a current president.
.Hawk Eye=Marco Rubio and The Hulk=Chris Christie. And we know who the villains are.
Can you imagine any happier people than Rob Portman, Tim Pawlenty, Chris Christie, and Marco Rubio? These boys sure dodged a bullet.
Relax everyone. It's all figured out. Paul Ryan for president (or Mitch Daniels, or Rob Portman, or Chris Christie, or Marco Rubio, or Susana Martinez, or Bobby Jindal.if he keeps it up, Mitt can be O'bama's communications director. C'mon Mitt- the economy is bad and tanking, we're stealing from our kids, the middle east is on fire thanks to the power vacuum we're leaving, and you can't make the argument? Time for common sense and faith in individuals. btw, anyone seen the Gipper lately? Where'd he go???
Partial list of GOPers who would have done better than Romney for Prez: Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Meg Whitman, Gary Johnson, Ron Paul ...
The 2012 Republican National Convention is broken down by The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur. Do the Republicans that gave speeches (such as Chris Christie and ...
My favorite speeches over the last 2 weeks were from Marco Rubio (R-FL, Senator), Chris Christie (R-NJ, Gov.), Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton.
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At the Republican National Convention 09/04/2012 by Nicholas A. Vardy Editor, The Global Guru Last week, I attended the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla. There, I had a chance to witness speeches from the great and the good of the Republican Party, ranging from Ann Romney to Chris Christie to Marco Rubio and Mitt Romney. As an American who has lived overseas for over 20 years, my perspective is very different from most. With Europe forever awash with an underlying anti-Americanism, I spend a lot of time defending the United States and what it stands for. But in the United States, I also see a country that desperately needs to re-assert the values that made it great, rather than apologize for its very existence. With that, here are some of my observations from the Republican convention last week… 1. Invoking the Forgotten American Dream The “American Dream” — that likely lured your great grandparents from a foreign land to the United States, led them to work hard, and eventually to succ ...
Prime time speakers of the shorten RNC Ann Romney, Ryan,Romney, Marco Rubio, Chris Christie etc
Sandra Fluke, Elizabeth Warren, and of course, Bill Clinton showed the world what the Democratic Party and our president, Barack Obama are really all about. I cannot help but compare the their speeches with those of Chris Christie, Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio. They all talked about themselves and their families with Romney as an afterthought. And we have one more night to go.
Letter to the Editor, Ventura County Star 9/4/12 "RE: Ruben Navarrette's Sept. 2 column, 'The GOP'S perception problem' I must commend The Star for publishing a balanced Opinion section. Every weekend, I can count on reading the very intelligent, even, and thought-provoking opinions from George Will, Esha Chhabra, Charles Krauthammer and others. To balance these intellectuals, The Star also publishes the race-baiting opinion of Ruben Navarrette. He is constantly writing (whining) about how horribly Latinos are treated in the United States and how despicable America is for trying to enforce its immigration laws. Navarrette states, 'Let's face it. For the most part, the GOP is still the party of white people by white people and for white people.” Sounds like a racist statement to me. Maybe he didn't see or hear the moving speeches by Mia Love, Condoleezza Rice, Chris Christie, as well as Marco Rubio at this year's GOP convention? No excuses. Just love for America and grateful that they live in this countr ...
If I were a Republican, I would be deeply disappointed tonight. The carefully-choreographed GOP affair in Tampa was the dullest and most ill-conceived political convention of my lifetime. For starters, take the featured speeches: --Chris Christie was dynamic but talked mostly about himself--as if HE were the candidate. -- Paul Ryan spewed one blatant falsehood after another--as all the non-partisan fact-checkers pointed out. -- John Mccain was so alarmingly bellicose that he had me wondering if I should build a fallout shelter. -- Clint Eastwood was so incoherent that he made me cringe. And his schtick of pretending an empty chair was President Obama--and that the president was cursing at him and Mitt--was just plain weird. -- Ann Romney was eloquent and charming, but her portrayal of Mitt as a great father and loving husband who stuck by her through her illnesses should gain him no points. If you don't do those things, you're a creep. If you do, you're just doing what you're supposed to. -- Marco Rubio' ...
“Marco Rubio will be the next GOP presidential candidate… Mark my words!” I like Chris Christie
Not the speech I hoped to see from Romney. He does not have enough charisma. I do not see he can pull it off, but I still hope he can. Because Obama's re-election means the end of America as we know it and start of a new America which is gonna be another failed European Union nation. However, in these 3 days we saw lots of great young faces in Republican Party like Scott Walker, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie that makes us guaranteed that the most briliant days of America are still ahead.
On the one side--- political stars like Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, and Paul Ryan. One the other side-- Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and Barney Frank. Like comparing t-bone steak and pink slime.
I find it very interesting that both Chris Christie and Marco Rubio do not use texts to speak but they both speak from notes about points they want to cover.
First it was New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Now it's Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida.
hoping for a response :) I'll probably send out a few, maybe to Marco Rubio, Chris Christie..
The Republican National Committee is making big changes to the lineup of speakers at the convention next week in Tampa to ensure that broadcast networks cover Ann Romney’s speech. Among the changes most seriously under consideration: moving Marco Rubio to Tuesday night and having Mrs. Romney speak T...
What will keynote speaker Gov. Chris Christie and Sen. Marco Rubio do for the RNC? via
At the RNC convention, the GOP will come out and say, "Just kidding!" and reveal Chris Christie and Marco Rubio as the real candidates.
Chris Christie to give keynote speech in Tampa; Marco Rubio will introduce ...: FILE - In this July 2, 2012 file...
If I'm an American, I will vote 4 Obama again. Mitt Romney has not impressed me, n his runningmate, Paul Ryan, has not helped matters. Y didn't Romney go 4 either of d Rising Star of the Republican Party, Marco Rubio of Florida, or the more experienced Condoleeza Rice, or the robust New Jersey Governor Chris Christie?
(Image Credit: ABC News) Chris Christie, New Jersey’s brash and brassy Republican Governor, will be unofficially crowned the party’s Rising Star when he delivers the keynote address at the Re...
The RNC in Tampa will have Marco Rubio introducing Mitt & Chris Christie will be the keynote speaker. I'll be there!!!
Chris Christie and Marco Rubio get prime speaking slots at the Republican National Convention:
Marco Rubio and Chris Christie @ GOP the convention! Christie keynote can't wait for that! and Marco will introduce Mitt! 2 GOP Rising Stars! awesome!
not if they picked Condoleeza Rice, that east-Indian guy with the southern accent, Chris Christie (half Sicilian) or Marco Rubio.
"I think there are other “bold” picks that Mr. Romney could have made — Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, for instance, or Govs. Chris Christie of New Jersey or Brian Sandoval of Nevada — where the balance of risk and reward would have been a little better. Some of these candidates, especially Mr. Rubio and Mr. Christie, would also have excited the Republican base. But they might also have had a more natural appeal to independent voters, and to demographic groups that Mr. Romney is struggling to win over. Mr. Christie or Mr. Sandoval, also, or Mr. McDonnell of Virginia, would not have carried Mr. Ryan’s burden of being a symbol of a deeply unpopular Congress."
After months of intense speculation on who Mitt Romney would select - everyone from senators Kelly Ayotte and Marco Rubio to governors Bobby Jindal and Chris Christie - it comes down to a 42-year-old newbie congressman: Wisconsin Rep. Paul RyanIf that doesn't make some Republicans sweat just a tad, ...
If Romney even wants a splinter of a chance of winning in November he must choose either Chris Christie or Marco Rubio for VP.
would absolutely love to see Allen West or Marco Rubio! Fantasy would be Chris Christie! Fingers crossed Joe!!
Mitt Romney to make V.P. announcement tomorrow (Saturday) morning. Hopefully for the GOP, they pick Marco Rubio, but I guess Chris Christie will also be good and exciting too. Not sure what to think about Paul Ryan. We will see.
Just heard on FoxNews that Mitt will announce his running mate tomorrow morning at 9. I'm betting it'll be Marco Rubio. Hoping anyway. Or maybe Chris Christie. I could go for that too. Boy, he'd sure tell some people how the cat ate the cabbage. Thanks Daph for introducing me to that expression.
As Mitt Romney readies to announce his running mate choice, advice and speculation are reaching a fever pitch, with the Weekly Standard practically begging him to select Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin or Sen. Marco Rubio of Fla. On Thursday, the Wall Street Journal editorial...
Paul Ryan Representative of Marco Rubio senator of & Chris Christie governor of favorites to be VP
As Romney 's vp decision is coming soon, I will be extremely disappointed if he picks a boring pick like Portman or pawlenty . Nothing against these two but Romney needs to inject some energy and excitement into the republican base . I personally would like to see Marco Rubio or Chris Christie as vp .either one of these two would send republicans into a frenzy and electrify the base . There are a few others I wouldn't mine like Virginia 's govener and a few others but Rubio and Christie are my top choices. I'd love to see either of these two debate Joe Biden. I honestly think he 's more of an *** that Obama and that's saying alot
Paul Ryan? Condoleezza Rice? Marco Rubio? Chris Christie? Bobby Jindal? Scott Walker? Who do you think Romney will choose as running mate?
Bill Kristol's newest article is making reference to Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, and Marco Rubio being in a photo finish", and I just want to make clear that if he's talking about Chris Christie and a photo finish anything, it must be a metaphor
The vice-presidential picks were all over the board. Tim Pawlenty or Rob Portman got three votes, Bobby Jindal got three, Chris Christie got two, Allen West got 3.5, Condolleza Rice got two, Marco Rubio 3.5, and Herman Cain, Paul Ryan, Ted Nugent, Gene Simons, Jim Demint, Michelle Bachman, Walt Disney, Yoda, J.C. Watts and John Mccain each got one. I note that one comment suggested " a relatively undecorated serviceman" as VP candidate, and that gave me pause. I hereby nominate myself. True, a got a medal or two in Vietnam, but that was long ago and I ain't no hero, so why not? I could use a nice part-time job. Scribble novels while I was presiding over the senate. A free house. Nice salary and benefits. *** I'm twice as smart as Joe Biden and better looking too. Why not?
We need Romney to choose a dynamic VP choice.I'm afraid he's going to pick someone who cannot electrify us. You must admit Romney is not the most dynamic and exciting individual when he speaks, but his astute business sense could certainly help turnaround this country. We need someone like Marco Rubio (my choice); Chris Christie or Allen West. Paul, Portman and Pawlenty are just too boring.
2009 - Chris Christie defeats Jon Corzine 2009 - Bob McDonnel defeats Creigh Deeds 2009 - Scott Brown defeats Martha Coakley 2010 - Rand Paul defeats Jack Conway 2010 - Marco Rubio defeats Charlie Christ 2010 - Pat Toomey defeats Arlen Spector 2012- Ted Cruz defeats David Dewhurst We dont want your system anymore. We dont want your two party system, and neither did George Washington. We are truly patriots. WE believe in the constitution. We believe in the founding fathers. We believe in America. We dont want chaos. We dont want revolution. We dont want blood in the streets. We just want our country back. Not from Barack Obama. From those who are corrupt. Those who think they know better, then we the people. We the people are gonna make mistake, evidence, Barack Obama. WE're gonna make mistakes, but thats ok. WE will correct them. All of you Big Government republicans, just go to the other party. We're tired of people giving us the same choice with a different animal marking.The battle is in for the soul o ...
Who will Mitt pick as his running mate?! Speculation is running wild, as he's eliminated one-time sure things like Marco Rubio, and Republicans can hardly line up quickly enough to publicly say they have no interest in joining Mitt. Chris Christie is not among them.
So the next question becomes: who will be Romney’s running mate? The fine folks at Bovada Sportsbook are one step ahead of the matter and have already come up with the odds: Who will be the Republican Vice Presidential Nominee? Marco Rubio - -2/1 Rob Portman - -3/1 Chris Christie - -9/1 Paul Ryan - -9/1 Bob Mcdonnell - -10/1 Susana Martinez - -15/1 Condoleezza Rice - -18/1 Rick Santorum - -18/1 John Thune - -20/1 Mitch Daniels - -20/1 Rand Paul - -20/1 Bobby Jindal - -25/1 Nikki Haley - -25/1 Tim Pawlenty - -25/1 Jeb Bush - -30/1 Newt Gingrich - -50/1 Ron Paul - -50/1 Sarah Palin - -50/1 Donald Trump - -100/1 Herman Cain - -100/1 Clearly, Marco Rubio and Rob Portman are the favorites but don’t be surprised if New Jersey Governor Chris Christie makes a push. He’s as honest as they come and he’s quite blunt. President Barack Obama has been questioned about his record and what he’s done over the last four years by Republicans and Christie will definitely not skirt that – or any other – topic. J ...
I'm worried Chris Christie is going to eat Marco Rubio.
Hard to find a Marco Rubio story that DOESN'T refer to him as a Rising Star. Same with Chris Christie, Cory Booker, others.
Please not Marco Rubio... Please let it be Chris Christie...
For Republicans of course Ronald Reagan, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, and a slew of others = Statesmen.
We need Marco Rubio for Veep. let's not kid ourselves. If we pick a popular Chris Christie, we may be getting another Fred Thompson.
Condoliza Rice, Chris Christie or Marco Rubio for V. P. Newt for Secretary of State, Ron Paul for Secretary of Treasury, Sarah Palin for Sec. of Interior (energy,) any more suggestions?
Rand Paul. Marco Rubio. Chris Christie. Michele Bachmann. Newt Gingrich. Rick Santorum. Doomed. They are all doomed ... It does not matter who RMoney picks - it'll *** off half of the Republicans anyway
Chris Christie as a possible running mate for Mitt? Oh yeah, I could get really excited about that. Love that guy. I like Marco Rubio too but Chris really inspires me.
Public Policy Polling’s State of the Nation poll for the progressive blog and labor organization finds that Obama leads Romney 48-45 among registered voters, with seven percent undecided. Among Republicans, 25 percent picked Marco Rubio from a list of eight names as the best VP candidate. Chris Christie was second at 19 percent. Jeb...
If R's thought they could win this Pres. election, the big guns like Chris Christie & Marco Rubio would b running.
Who would you like to see as the VP nominee with the presumed GOP candidate, Mitt Romney: Sen.Marco Rubio, Gov. Chris Christie, Cong. Paul Ryan, Gov. Bob Mc Donnell(Va), Senator Rob Portman(Ohio), Gov. Nikki Haley(S.C.) Sen. Kelly Ayotte (New Hampshire)?
Ohio is America's Battleground. New Quinnipiac poll shows the president leading Mitt Romney 46 to 44 percent, within the margin of error. Obama leads among women voters, Romney leads with men and Independents. On the VP watch, 26% of Ohioans believe Rob Portman should be on GOP ticket. That compares to 14% for both Chris Christie and Marco Rubio. On the health care law, 51% of Ohioans believe the Supreme Court should overturn it.
Romney is going to have to pick a Vice President and apparently it is between Chris Christie and the senator from Florida, Marco Rubio. So it’s between a Cuban American and a cubic American
According to Yahoo!, Mitt Romney will pick about 5 people to be his running mate. Rob Portman, Nikki Haley, Kelly Ayotte, Paul Ryan, Bob Mcdonnell...and that doesn't even include Chris Christie or Marco Rubio. I'm not sure that's constitutional. Just pick Richard Nixon's head and end the suspense. It worked on Futurama.
Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan and Chris Christie - what great potential for Vice President.
Condi Rice on veep slot: 'Thank you, but no': Marco Rubio and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. “We'll find a good...
So the leading VP candidates are Condoleeza Rice, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.? Might as well hand Obama the victory...
Ex-secretary of State Condoleezza Rice tops a CNN poll on possible running mates for Mitt Romney, while Gov. Chris Christie and Sen. Marco Rubio top another.
What do Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Mark Levin & Steve Forbes have in common? They all spoke @ the Reagan. Watch at:
A boatload of potential running mates for Romney range from U.S. Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio or Gov. Mitch Daniels of Indiana, to gambles like Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida and South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley
In spite of Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul staying in the race, Mitt Romney is going to be the GOP nominee for President. The only question remaining is who will be his Vice-President. He is weak among women and Hispanics; should he pick a woman or a Hispanic person to try to win this group? Should he go with someone who could carry a big state like Marco Rubio from Florida, or Rob Portman from Ohio? Should he go with someone more charismatic like Chris Christie from New Jersey? Since the polls show the race between Obama and Romney will be a close one, the VP pick is of major importance. Let's hope he makes the right choice . we shall see.
Not a hope, tore strips off each other in the primaries. Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, Rob Portman or Paul Ryan for VP slot.
I don't think so ... I think either Marco Rubio or Chris Christie
Can't wait for the on-the-hour updates on what John Thune, Chris Christie and Marco Rubio are doing next week.
For political junkies, Obama has to win reelection and set up an open seat for 2016. You'd have potentially Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren (if she wins this year), Andrew Cuomo and Joe Biden on one side and then Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, Scott Brown (if he wins this year), Jeb Bush and Bobby Jindal on the other. Would be awesome and the complete opposite of this cycle. ie: Entertaining.
Speculating on who the Republican Vice Presidential candidate might be. Love to see Condoleezza Rice; she said no more public service. Love to see Lt. Col. Allan West, Michele Bachman, Paul Ryan, Chris Christie. Love to see Marco Rubio, but the Vice President has to be qualified to step in as president in case of emergency & Rubio is not a Natural Born Citizen - BOTH parents must be US Citizens at the time of his birth. Just like O, but that mistake is going to be remedied.
What does Chris Christie, Tim Pawlenty, Nikki Haley, Jan Brewer, Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan, Jeb Bush have in common?
So far, my "do not support in the primary" list for 2016 includes: Marco Rubio, Jon Huntsman, Chris Christie, Tim Pawlenty, Bob Mcdonnell.
Disagree. And apparently so do over one hundred important party leaders, including Marco Rubio, Rush Limbaugh, and Chris Christie
LOL...Paul Ryan is now a RINO along with Chris Christie, Nikki Haley, Jan Brewer, Marco Rubio, Kid Rock and Ted Nugent
I like Mike Pence Indiana, Chris Christie NJ, Marco Rubio FL... We got a nice lineup. Couple good prospects if you know what I mean
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