Chris Christie & Mitch Daniels
Christopher James Chris Christie (born September 6, 1962) is the 55th and current Governor of New Jersey. Mitchell Elias Mitch Daniels, Jr. /5
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I was there when they loved Colorado governor Bill Owens. Years later it would be Mitch Daniels and Chris Christie lol
Names frequently mentioned include Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, Nikki Haley of South Carolina, Chris Christie of New Jersey and Mitch Daniels
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 ...
In his latest press conference, Chris Christie kept thanking Mitch Daniels for the 20+ ambulances he sent from Indiana.
Almost an entire year has passed since the Republicans began their quest to nominate a candidate to run against the President. Since they were unable to convince Chris Christie, Jeb Bush or Mitch Daniels to run for the nomination they were stuck with Michelle Bachmann, Rick Santorum, Ron Paul, Rick Perry and Newt Gingrich. Between these choices they nominated who seemed to be the most sensible candidate in the mix, Mitt Romney. Instead of Mitt Romney running on his much praised over haul of healthcare while governor, he said it was not good for America, just his state. He has since flipped and continues to this day to flip flop on every single issue he holds. He was once pro choice, now says we need to over turn Roe verses Wade. He once said there is no doubt that not only the climate was changing but that man made causes certainly played a role in the change. Now he says that we don't know what is causing climate change and we should not spend money attempting to fix a problem we don't know even exists. ...
I've noticed a number of you hand wringing over the current state of NFL officiating. There's a lot of "just give the refs what they want" & "save the integrity of the game" out there. You folks do realize that the regular NFL referees belong to a union, right? A union the NFL would very much like to break, you know, not unlike Scott Walker or John Kasich or Mitch Daniels or Chris Christie or Rick Scott, or any of the rest of their political ilk (See, e.g., Mitch Mcconnell, Rand Paul, Hal Rogers). Apparently that's ok, though, as long as they don't mess with your entertainment. Cops & teachers & firemen & other public servants don't really need a fair wage for the jobs they do & certainly don't need the ability to negotiate en masse, but BY GOD, just give these refs whatever they want so I can get back to enjoying watching large, sweaty men pound on each other. You gotta admire hypocrisy taken to that level.
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???
For all the (liberal) media hype about the republicans being against the middle class, women and for the "rich" . consider the following Republican govenors and the strides they have made in their budgets.some balancing their budgets without raising taxes: Mitch Daniels, Bob Mcdonnell, Chris Christie, John Kasack, Susanna Martinez, Nicki Haley and Rick Snyder. If you want to take it one step further about "inheriting" a financial mess.consider Rick Snyder, the govenor of Michigan, who took over a mess because of continual democratic control since the 1960s.
agreed, personally I thought he'd pick Mitch Daniels or Chris Christie if he didn't choose Rubio.
Romney is better than Obama, but I wish Mitch Daniels & Chris Christie would run. We need Reganomincs back in the White House.
"Can we run for President?" Mitch Daniels, Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, John Thune, and Bobby Jindal, sometime this afternoon.
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 ...
Mitch Daniels makes his announcement in a printed statement to Indy Star, while Chris Christie holds a press conference ...
Remember how conservatives just could not get over the fact that neither Chris Christie or Mitch Daniels — or anyone else they liked better than Mitt Romney — would run for President? Remember how this collective fantasy actually acquired a factesque quality, so no matter how often and emphatically ...
Spent the day reading biographies of Governor Chris Christie and Nikki Haley. The new class of Republican governors - Governor Scott Walker and Mitch Daniels included - are truly inspirational. From adversity to success, these people embody the American dream, and their dedication to preserving it for all Americans is reputable. Whether it was Chris Christie is a though Italian household, or Nikki Haley holding on to her Sikh traditions while trying to make a difference by bringing accountability to government, these men and women are the real leaders of this country, the people who will make this country great again.
An excerpt from Dan Henniger in today's WSJ. "Italy's youth unemployment rate is 36% and Spain's an almost incomprehensible 50%. Does anyone really believe that Europe's smart young people don't want to work? That its engineers, designers, business-school graduates, architects, scientists and the rest wouldn't thrive, create new companies, new jobs, and produce benefit for Italy, Spain, France or the U.K. if they had breathing room to do so and were allowed to retain their earned income rather than transfer most of it to l'état? Here's pro-growth advice no one in Europe will take: Stop listening to the IMF bleeders and the Obama spenders. If you wish to relearn real, long-term growth, consult the U.S. governors who did that themselves. Scott Walker in Wisconsin, Mitch Daniels in Indiana and Chris Christie in New Jersey all took over states nearly as moribund as Italy and Spain and put before their publics hard but obvious choices about spending, taxes, pensions, unions and bureaucracies. Their publics vo ...
Deb Hansen says and rightly so.PLEASE COPY AND PASTE TO YOUR STATUS - WE NEED TO LET EVERYONE KNOW THESE GOVERNORS HAVE NADS: Once again, I salute the governors who have PROVEN their courage in standing up for what's right for their state: Scott Walker (WI), Jan Brewer (AZ), Chris Christie (NJ), Bobby Jindal (LA), Nicki Haley (SC), Mitch Daniels (IN), and Rick Scott (FL). Moonbeam (Jerry Brown - CA) is starting to show a LITTLE BIT of guts, but has a LONG way to go. The stinky cheese STILL stands alone . . . the stinky cheese would be Gov Pat Quinn (IL), who is still looking for his *** . . .
see examples Chris Christie, Scott Walker, Mitch Daniels, Nikki Haley, Rick Scott, Mitt Romney and the list goes on
Quite simply, Wisconsin voters realized that if they no longer had Scott Walker, they would have to invent him. "And, most of all, Scott Walker saved his job by being the adult in the room. While Democrats in Washington seem to be relying on their belief that the United States government is “too big to fail” to justify a program of taxing and spending our way out of debt, the states don’t have such a luxury. And so, across the country, in states red, blue, and purple, they have turned to men like Scott Walker — and Chris Christie, and Mitch Daniels, and others — to close structural deficits, stabilize out-of-control spending, and break the death embrace between Big Labor and Big Government. In taking this toxic partnership head on, in a state with a rich progressive history no less, Walker became its biggest target. His enemies spent a year and a half preparing to take their best shot at him. And a combined total of $100 million or so later, they missed. They missed because voters are starting t ...
2012 predictions: Obama defeats Romney, Democrats take back the House, Democrats keep majority in the Senate but Republicans keep enough seats to fillibuster... 2014 prediction: Democrats keep House and get the 60% senate seats to stop fillibuster 2015 primary predictions: Republicans-Jon Huntsman (former 2 term Governor of Utah and former 2 year Ambassador to China), Jeb Bush (former 2 term Governor of Florida, son to George Bush Sr and younger brother to George W. Bush), Chris Christie (current 1st term Governor of New Jersey), Mitch Daniels (current 2nd term Governor of Indiana) and Tim Pawlenty (former 5 term House Rep and 2 term Governor of Minnesota)...Democrats-Hillary Clinton (former First Lady, 2 term Senator of New York and currently 3rd year of being Secretary Of State in President Obama's cabinet), Andrew Cuomo (current first term Governor of New York), Elizabeth Warren (twice named one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World by Time magazine, served as chair of the Congressional Overs ...
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
Today in labor history, May 2, 1933: Nazi forces occupy the headquarters, seize the funds, and imprison the leaders of two of Germany's largest trade union federations, comprised of 41 unions representing about 4.5 million workers. Independent trade unions were abolished. Now Governors Scott Walker, John Kasich, Rick Snyder, Mitch Daniels, Tom Corbet, Rick Perry, Bob Mcdonnell, Nikki Haley, Rick Scott, Bobby Jindal, Paul LePage, Chris Christie and many more have not occupied the union headquarters, but they have passed legislation created by ALEC to dismantle them or weaken them to the point that they are neutralized in any meaningful way. It won't be long, and we could see the final action by these and other Republicans would be to occupy the union headquarters and arrest their leadership. You say, no, no... Can't happen in America. Wrong, it will because it is happening before your very eyes.
Chris Christie will have company in Israel. Mitch Daniels en route, tho office says it's "not an official State of Indiana event"
i wonder what Jeb Bush, Mitch Daniels, Mike Huckabee, Chris Christie and Sarah Palin are thinking about this morning.
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