Chris Christie & Mitt Romney
Christopher James Chris Christie (born September 6, 1962) is the 55th and current Governor of New Jersey. Willard Mitt Romney (born March 12, 1947) is an American businessman who was the Republican Party's nominee for President of the United States in the 2012 election. /5
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Mitt Romney speaks, Megyn Kelly does debate prep and Chris Christie denies
Remember when was endorsing Mitt Romney then Chris Christie? How did that work out?
After backing Chris Christie, Willard "Mitt" Romney, now Donald Trump, it's laughable that you would call anyone else Rovian.
Mitt Romney thanks Chris Christie and Carly Fiorina after they drop out
Mitt Romney: down on Trump, high on Christie, and 'glad I'm not in this race'
Ann Coulter supports Scott Walker. Last time she supported Chris Christie followed by Mitt Romney. Good luck Scott.
Skinny Minnie Mitt Romney was most likely sickened by the sight of fatso Chris Christie.
Chris Christie giving Mitt Romney a run for his money for "worst presidential wanna-be trip abroad of all time"
Mitt Romney says he won't run for President in 2016. Hopefully Jeb Bush and Chris Christie don't run either
Rick Perry represents the same wing of the Republican Party as does Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney and Chris Christie. Sorry not So…
So I'm super excited about the clown show that will be the republican nomination for president. So far here is a list of some of the people showing interest: Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney, Rand Paul, Chris Christie, Sarah Palin, Mike Huckabee, Carly Fiorina, Donald Trump, and Scott Walker... Each one is more wacky than the next. Does anyone take these candidates seriously? More to the point does anyone think any of these jokers stand a chance against Hillary?
Just a thought: Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Rick Perry, Mike Huckabee, Scott Walker, Bobby Jindal, Ted Cruz, Rick Santorum, Carly Fiorina, and Ben Carson. How many clowns can the Republican Party get into that clown car that will be the RNC.
The political analyst and author joins MidPoint to discuss Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush as potential 2016 candidates. He will also talk about Chris Christie's pr...
Mike Huckabee, Scott Walker, Mitt Romney, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz ... the potential presidential nominees nightmares are made of.
Hold the phone: so am I hearing that Chris Christie, Sen. Rand Paul, Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush are all considering running for POTUS???
Mitt Romney's abrupt decision to throw himself into the 2016 fray has scrambled the nascent Republican primary contest. Other possible contenders, such as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, may have safely assumed they had seen the last of Romney. And Christie's team, in particular, isn't too impressed…
The thought of Jeb Bush or Mitt Romney in the White House actually makes me sick to my stomach. Chris Christie is someone I could endure.
Mitt Romney vs. Jeb Bush vs. Chris Christie: If Mitt Romney really does jump into the presidenti... via:
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
I want a Conservative, CONSTITUTIONALLY-ELIGIBLE candidate for President & VP!! I lean towards Dr. Ben Carson, Amb. Alan Keyes. and Gov. Sarah Palin. I do NOT want Chris Christie or Jeb Bush!!! The following are **NOT** ELIGIBLE: Senator Ted Cruz, Bobby Jindal, Rick Santorum, Kelly Ayotte, John Mccain---and "Barry Soetoro" (AKA "0bama")!!! Mitt Romney has been the PRESIDENT-ELECT since 11/2012---since he got the MOST votes of CONSTITUTIONALLY-ELIGIBLE candidates on the 2012 ballot! = ***NONE*** of this would be happening if CONgress---AND the MEDIA---had DONE THEIR JOB to PREVENT AN IMPOSTOR from CONTROLLING NUCLEAR WEAPONS & OUR MILITARY!!! Will CONgress FINALLY call Sheriff Joe Arpaio or Lead Investigator Cdr. Mike Zullo, at (602) 876-1801 or (602) 876-4881, about their CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS re: the COUNTERFEIT IDENTITY of AKA "0bama?" Did you know that AKA "0bama" has a COUNTERFEIT Selective Service "registration," with a COUNTERFEIT "Postmark?" And a COUNTERFEIT SSN and MULTIPLE COUNTERFEIT "Birt .. ...
If Jeb Bush, mitt Romney , Rand Paul & Chris Christie are the best the GOP has to offer...Let the side show began...guarantee to make u cry
I hear Mitt Romney is considering another presidential run. Jeb Bush, Chris Christie and Rick Perry will be very worried.
Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Marc Rubio, get the popcorn and tissue!! This is going to be HILARIOUS!!!
Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush, & Chris Christie candidacies are really last hurrah of Baby Boomers not exiting stage left. GenX, presidency please.
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.
Mitt Romney considering a run for US Presidential elections 2016: Mitt Romney, the Republican US presidential nominee in 2012, told a meeting of donors on Friday that he is considering another White House run in 2016, a source familiar with the comments said. The former Massachusetts governor, who has sent mixed signals about the likelihood of another campaign, told a small group of donors in New York that he was thinking about running and to "tell your friends" he was considering it, the source said. The Wall Street Journal, which first reported the comments, said Romney did not give a timetable for making a decision about whether to launch what would be his third presidential campaign. Romney failed to win the nomination in 2008 and lost the general election to President Barack Obama in 2012. Romney's statement comes as some of the party's top donors begin to line up behind former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, who said in December he would actively explore a presidential run. If Romney entered the race, he ...
Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Marc Rubio, Chris Christie in 2016? Hey Marvel I think I got the Sinister Six line-up confirmed
Check out this trio, all up at the State House in Boston for Charlie Baker's swearing in: Mitt Romney, Chris Christie, and Scot…
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.
I've never met Chris Christie but he's starting to give me the willies. He doesn't out & out scare me yet, the way Mitt Romney did, but he's getting there.
Mitt Romney has given the first indication that he will not run in 2016. He said Chris Christie could save the Republican Party. Was this an endorsement?
I saw Chris Christie hugging it up with Jerry Jones in the Cowboys' box today. The Cowboys are division rivals of the NY Giants, who play their home games in New Jersey, where Christie is governor. It is the equivalent of Nathan Deal whooping it up with the owner of the New Orleans Saints. Of course, Christie has done this sort of thing before. He slobbered all over President Obama just weeks before the 2012 election. Many feel that display helped undercut Mitt Romney. This after Christie gave the keynote speech at the convention. If Christie were to become president, I would expect his first state dinner to be in honor of the leadership of ISIS.
For years, GOP activists have insisted that their party can only return to the White House by anointing a “true conservative” as the party’s standard bearer. But a new Bloomberg Politics Poll turns that Republican precept, and a few other pieces of conventional wisdom, on its head. The poll, released Monday, tested Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s chances against five Republicans-- former Florida governor Jeb Bush, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, Kentucky senator Rand Paul, and 2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney-- in hypothetical 2016 presidential matchups. It found that Clinton holds solid leads over all five, which is hardly a surprise considering her overwhelming name recogntion advantage (94 percent of voters have formed an opinion of Clinton-- 52 percent view her favorably and 42 percent view her unfavorably-- while less than 80 percent have an opinion on each of the Republicans aside from the well-known Romney). - See more at:
When it comes to serious Republican candidates for President there is Jeb Bush,Rand Paul, . Mitt Romney and Chris Christie. Others?
The Republican Party will commit political suicide if they line up behind Jeb Bush or Mitt Romney or Chris Christie.
If the GOP try to Run: Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney or Chris Christie..4 president, I like many other Conservatives WILL Stay home.
The New York Times reports that the GOP’s biggest presidential donors and fund-raisers want to clear the field for a single establishment candidate to carry the party’s banner in 2016 – either Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, or Mitt Romney -- fearing that a prolonged primary would bolster Hillary Rodham Clinton, the likely Democratic candidate. The biggest political divide in America now and in years to come isn't between the Republican and Democratic parties. It’s between the establishment and the anti-establishment -- between a rich minority of top corporate executives, denizens of Wall Street, and billionaire moguls, all of whom have been fixing the economic and political game for their own benefit, and the vast majority of Americans who, as a result, are in a fix.
Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey, Former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida and Mitt Romney for Potus you will not win without a conservative
MITT PULLS AHEAD IN NEW Q POLL A Quinnipiac poll released today shows that Republican voters want 2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney back in the race, with Mitt leading all other contenders with 19 percent. Former Gov. Jeb Bush, R-Fla., sits in second place at 11 percent, with Gov. Chris Christie, R-N.J. and Dr. Ben Carson tied at 8 percent. With Romney out of the race, Bush moves solidly into the lead, again followed by Christie and Carson. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continues her dominance in the Democratic field beating out Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., by a stunning 44 points, 57 percent to 13 percent. In a head to head race between Democrats and Republicans, Romney would edge out Clinton 45 to 44 percent, while Clinton beats out every other Republican challenger.
Mitt Romney , Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson , and Chris Christie are the enemies of conservatives. All estab or stooges
So Govennor Chris Christie was here over the weekend. Now they have Mitt Romney coming in Tuesday. I'm guessing they are getting desperate. Lee Terry must see the writing on the wall. As for Pete Ricketts just find a rock to crawl under like your father's Cubs do every year.
Ben Carson, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Rick Perry, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and maybe Mitt Romney...who is your 2016 pick?
No Jeb Bush, no Lindsey Graham, no Mitt Romney, no Paul Ryan, no Chris Christie - for President, I want someone to the right of Reagan.
Ben Carson supports Gun Control. Rick Santorum lost his home state by 18 points. Rick Perry has Henry Barbour working for him. Chris Christie is a RINO. Mitt Romney is a shame to the party he claims to love. Stop pushing bad candidates and maybe you'll win in 16.
Paul Ryan, Chris Christie, Jeb Bush or Mitt Romney will result in a mass exodus from the GOP. We're done with this. No more "lesser of two evils" madness. We've had enough.
Christie, Romney hold court: Chris Christie and Mitt Romney held court at a private fundrais...
Chris Christie's mistaken love for Mitt Romney: Editorial - He suggests that we imagine a Romney White House. T...
Chris Christie and Mitt Romney hold court for high-profile GOP donors
Mitt Romney attends fundraiser with Chris Christie in New Jersey
I'll take Rick Perry, Paul Ryan, Mike Lee, Mitt Romney (refuses to run again), Jeb Bush, or even Chris Christie. No mo…
Chris Christie to be a guest at Mitt Romney's fundraiser with Jets owner via
Mitt Romney, Chris Christie to campaign for Asa Hutchinson in Arkansas
Obviously the GOP establishment wants Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, or Mitt Romney, but they'll settle for Marco Rubio or Scott Walker
While in Salt Lake City yesterday I heard from someone who lives down the street from Mitt Romney (one of several Romney homes across America) about an unusually large number of limos congregating there recently. My guess is it’s the GOP establishment planning a Romney re-run for 2016. Big business Republicans are deathly afraid of Ted Cruz and Rand Paul, they don’t think Chris Christie or Jeb Bush is viable with the electorate, and are watching early tea-leaves such as yesterday’s Boston Herald/Suffolk University poll showing 24 percent of likely New Hampshire Republicans would vote for Mitt in the state’s 2016 GOP primary while very other potential candidate got under 10 percent of the vote (Christie came in second with just over 9 percent). Note also Romney and his backers are far richer than they were in 2012, thanks to a super-charged Stock Market and record corporate profits based mainly on pushing down the wages of everyone else (the Commerce Department reported this week that the real medi ...
Focus- He has said he is not running for president in 2016, but Mitt Romney is already being called an early favorite in the first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire. A recent survey shows Romney as the frontrunner with 24%. Governor Chris Christie is a distant second with 9%. Earlier this week, we asked who you would vote for between Governor Christie and Hillary Clinton. Many of you said neither. Would you change your mind if Mitt Romney was on the Republican ticket?
Chris Christie, Rand Paul among GOP stars to meet with Mitt Romney - who's drawn the title 'kingmaker' via
So why would people like Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney, Chris Christie etc try to force someone like THIS on California?...
I have a feeling that Mitt Romney is going to run again. I will vote for him again. He's much better than Chris Christie or Jeb Bush and he has the skill set. Stephanie Webber Jones Stephanie Webber Trussell
Jeb Bush did himself in just like Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, and Marco Rubio . The GOP establishment might actually revive Mitt Romney
Jeb Bush will never get my vote. Neither will Mitt Romney or Chris Christie, period.
" Motive is everything. You may be asking, 'how can I judge motive?' That's easy, by what the Bible calls the 'fruit' of the motive. Clearly the constant appearance of Carl Rove as an 'expert' along with frequent interviewing of that flunky Mitt Romney and as well, FNC's constant push of Chris Christie as 'The front runner for the Republican Party nominee in the 2016 Presidential Run' should indicate who and what Fox News Channel is, and what they are all about. For me, I want to know, who the heck is pushing FNC 'reporters' to say such things about Chris Christie ? What real polling did they use ? I mean, the polls I read and see, continually show's Rand Paul and or Ted Cruz as the front runners for President with the Republicans." Read More At...
The absurdity of political campaigns in the United States added another chapter recently when New Jersey Governor Chris Christie made the “Republican hajj” to Las Vegas. Ostensibly, he was going to speak to the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC), but the real pilgrimage was to grovel at the feet of billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, in the hope of getting the kind of fat contribution that Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich received in 2012. During his RJC speech, Christie made the grave mistake of using a clear fact that was unacceptable to the RJC and even more so to Adelson. He called the West Bank “the Occupied Territories.” The audience's gasps were heard nationwide. Christie was forced to ramp his groveling up to supersonic levels when he apologized to Adelson for this nearly unforgivable blunder. Such is the role of truth when it comes to Israel in the bizarre world of Republican pro-Israel politics. And it’s not just confined to the GOP. The Democrats have also dodged this very simple fa ...
Sheldon Adelson Says No Republican Candidate Worth Buying Las Vegas - Casino billionaire and Republican kingmaker Sheldon Adelson met several 2016 GOP candidates available for purchase this weekend but decided to buy none of them. After hearing speeches by Rand Paul, Chris Christie, Jeb Bush and others, Mr. Adelson said that none of them were worth owning. "I don't want to spend millions on another loser," said Mr. Adelson, who in 2012 purchased Mitt Romney.
BREAKING Political news: NJ Gov. Chris Christie to endorse Mitt Romney just hours before tonight’s GOP debate, reports
Does for Chris Christie what she did for Mitt Romney's dog:
I was just going through the old Ron Paul memes and saw someone who went out of his way to defend Mitt Romney. Here is the problem.The primary selling point of Romney was that he was most electable. And he lost. So he wasn't most electable. It wasn't that he was a "good conservative" because he wasn't. Nor was he a believer in liberty. So that electable canard will be brought out again. Probably for Chris Christie or Jeb Bush. I think we now know that Christie certainly isn't "most electable". But here's the problem I have with both and it is exactly why neither should be nominated. My opinion is, if you do not see Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for the extreme evil that they are, you should never be entrusted with the Presidency. I don't care how qualified you otherwise are. If you are blind to that, you are wholly UNQUALIFIED to be President. And this disqualifies both Christie and Bush. I don't give a rat's *** HOW "electable" either one is, given that fact.
RICH GUYS UNSURE WHICH REPUBLICAN TO THROW MONEY AT - Max Abelson: "Billionaire Wilbur Ross invited Paul Ryan over for lunch. Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Wells Fargo & Co. bankers met with Rand Paul at a fundraiser in Atlanta. Investor Rob Arnott dropped in on Ted Cruz. Wall Street Republicans have begun their White House dance less than halfway into a second Barack Obama term they tried to prevent with record donations to Mitt Romney. As investigations slow Chris Christie, whose backers have included a troop of billionaires, donors are looking for a candidate who can replace the constraints they detest with appreciation they think is due. That’s led to fervor for Jeb Bush, admiration for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and even flirtation with Tea Party senators, according to more than a dozen interviews with fund managers, bankers and investors who open wallets for politics. 'It’s kind of like dating,' said Jack Oliver, a senior adviser at Barclays Plc and a former national finance vice chairman fo ...
Christie's comeback town halls held in Republican territory: The Auditor The Auditor/The Star-Ledger Mar 9, 2014 07:36 AM No, Gov. Chris Christie was not asked about the George Washington Bridge scandal at three recent town halls meetings. "People care about real problems," Christie told a reporter after one event in Monmouth County. What Christie didn’t mention was how Republicans tend to dominate the towns where the meetings are held. Maybe the real test will come Thursday, when he hosts an event in Mount Laurel, which is dominated by Republicans locally but went Democratic in the 2012 presidential election. Even though Obama took New Jersey in 2012 by 18 percentage points, all three towns where Christie has held meetings since the scandal erupted — Middletown, Long Hill and Berkeley — went heavily for Mitt Romney. The Republican won Middletown with 58 percent of the vote, Long Hill with 60 percent and Berkeley with 56 percent. Mount Laurel is the first town Obama won — with 56 percent of the vo ...
Mitt Romney and Chris Christie raise $1 Million at Boston Fundraiser for GOP Gubernatorial Candidates
“Chris Christie fundraises with Mitt Romney in Boston Birds of one feather sticks together! Clown Show
There is honour among thieves! Chris Christie fund raises with Mitt Romney in Boston
Chris Christie raises money with Mitt Romney, Charlie Baker in Boston
Mitt Romney to appear with Chris Christie at a fundraiser. It’s a rare chance for Mitt to not be the least popular Republi…
Look who'll be in this week: NJ Gov. Chris Christie & GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney
After how badly Chris Christie treated Mitt Romney, it amazes me that Mitt still does events with him for the sake of the party.
Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, and Sarah Palin Not exactly an embarrassment of riches when it comes to the prospective candidates the Rethugs can trot out. More like just an embarrassment
Mitt Romney and his allies are adamant he won't run for president again. But there are signs it could happen: a humanizing documentary, Chris Christie's woes, and Mr. Romney's active role in public life.
Compulsive liar Mitt Romney was on CNN today standing up Chris Christie and telling the world that just like Jeep was moving to China, Christie is telling the truth.
Just saw "Slow Jam the News with Mitt Romney" on , so great. But I like the one with Chris Christie
Why do we have Because Chris Christie insisted on making sure that Obama was elected over Mitt Romney.
Why is Iran likely to get a nuclear arsenal? Because Chris Christie insisted Obama was elected over Mitt Romney.
I, for one, am glad to see Chris Christie 's presidential plans go up in flames. No doubt he purposely betrayed Mitt Romney, too.
With Chris Christie knocked from the top of the republican's 2016 hopes by his ever expanding scandals, the leader clawing his way to the top of the Junk pile is. Mitt Romney. I'm gonna make some popcorn and enjoy the train wreck.
I was listening to the radio and Mitt Romney was asked about potential candidates; he mentioned Jeb Bush and Paul Ryan. When asked why not Rand Paul and Chris Christie and one or two others, he replied that "they represent another part of the [Republican] Party" and we should concentrate our efforts "on the other side of the party" ... HEY!! maybe that's the problem ... there should be ONE goal and ONE part of the Party — AMERICANISM ... fiscal and social conservatism; rebuild the tax system and make it more advantageous to do business INSIDE the United States with fully legal US Citizens; and make the tax system more friendly to the people who are actually working and contributing to growth of the United States; bring the Troops out of the muslim countries and put them to work protecting America, for a change (maybe send a few dozen B-52s over to carpet bomb a few select targets); return to the US CONSTITUTION - base American Laws on the Constitution and American ideals — no sharia law; and there ar ...
Was listening to Neil Cavuto interview Mitt Romney today. Cavuto asked him about possible Republican presidential candidates in 2016. So Romney mentions Paul Ryan (of course), Jeb Bush, Chris Christie and Scott Walker. Cavuto asked him why he left Ted Cruz and Rand Paul off the list. Mitt responded with something like, "Well, they represent a different area of the party and I think we need a candidate with a broader appeal." In other words, he endorsed moderate candidates like himself, John Mccain and Bob Dole. How has that strategy worked out for us? As Ronald Reagan once said, "A political party cannot be all things to all people. It must represent certain fundamental beliefs which must not be compromised to political expediency, or simply to swell its numbers." In other words, real conservatives take real stands on real issues... like the Gipper did. And like Rand Paul and Ted Cruz. They are our hope.
During a visit to NBC's "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" on Friday, former Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney helped the soon-to-be "Tonight Show" host and The Roots Slow Jam the news, as he has done with the likes of President Obama, Brian Williams and Chris Christie in the past. "You gotta…
Following in the footsteps of Barack Obama, Chris Christie, and of course Brian Williams, former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney joined Jimmy Fallon for what could very well be the last Slow Jam the News session before the host leaves Late Night for the Tonight Show.
Mitt Romney praises Chris Christie and says Hillary Clinton is beatable! Guess he knows what it takes 2 win!
When asked if he would run for president again "No this is a time for a Chris Christie, Mike Huckabee, Jeb Bush..." -Mitt Romney. Gag me.
Mitt Romney threw his completely meaningless support behind Chris Christie in his time of trouble.
This week's Sunday NYT traces the ever-steeper fall of Chris Christie and the ever-boring life of Mitt Romney.
Romneyworld buzzes over Chris Christie troubles - Kenneth P. Vogel -
Mitt Romney defended Chris Christie's handling of the bridge scandal. Romney is obviously lining Christie's pockets with tater tots.
Chris Christie has a new defender in the form of Mitt Romney, who heaped praise on the way the New Jersey Governor has handled the controversy surrounding his aides' decision to shut down access lanes to the George Washington Bridge as political retribution. In an interview with the Washington Post,...
Here's a charming little story about how delighted Mitt Romney's friends are that Chris Christie is in trouble. . http:…
Rom-denfreude (noun) — The pleasure Mitt Romney loyalists are taking in the struggles of Chris Christie. The condition is prevalent, stemming from...
Mitt Romney's camp is now taking pleasure in watching Chris Christie struggle through his recent GWB troubles. Surprised?
I don't know what the truth with this bridge story in New Jersey. I don't know if there's something to it or if it's just Democrats trying to take out Chris Christie because they're afraid of him. They shouldn't be. Liberal Republicans don't win. Just ask Bob Dole John Mccain and Mitt Romney. I hope somebody defeats Chris Christie. If he's the nominee I'm not voting for him.
Daily Kos Recommended Daily Kos is the place to go for breaking news about the Chris Christie bridge scandal. Here are some of the biggest developments and expert opinion on the scandal that you may have missed over the past 24 hours: Christie asked Cuomo to back off investigating Fort Lee. In mid-December. Christie: 'They should've thought about that before they opened their mouths' MUST-SEE: Jon Stewart blasts "evil" Christie minions over bridge closure At the risk of making Chris Christie sad, one more question FBI now investigating Christie scandal Kornacki and Maddow: Christie was trying to run out clock on Assembly subpoena power Christie: Vindictive *** or incompetent buffoon Chris Christie's press conference claims don't add up Chris Christie: 'I am not a crook' Chris Christie's flimsy explanation for why we should believe him Mitt Romney's best decision of 2012: Passing on Pufferfish Christie Former Christie aide takes the Fifth before New Jersey Assembly Federal prosecutors reviewing Bridgegate ...
PoliticsNation 01/06/14 -Koch money reaches staggering new volumes wreaks of Mitt Romney's SNEAKY/Mormon/John Birch Society intervention-meddling behind the scenes. It is believed Romney is more like Chris Christie, than anyone would have thought. Romney is all about REVENGE, since he could NOT-WIN! COWARD; so he, and all of his SICK friends just keep on digging their holes deeper and deeper. ---People, please KNOW that Eric Cantor PRETENDS to be concerned about kids and their education, BECAUSE it is a John Birch Society, MORMON, Koch Brothers AGENDA; CHARTER SCHOOLS and PRIVATE PRISONS are great REVENUE GENERATORS for the John Birch Society/Koch Brothers/RADICAL, Red Neck/Duck Dy-NASTY/Fox News/PROPAGANDA crowd and RACIST Tea Party, GOP Congress... -Rev. Sharpton explores a new report that the political network built by the Koch Brothers raised more than $400 million in 2012.
Mitt Romney wouldn't stand up for Phil Robertson , neither would Chris Christie , Paul Ryan, Jeb Bush, or any of the GOP …
Gov. Chris Christie today praised the budget deal struck by U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, his one-time rival for Mitt Romney's favor in the 2012 election.
Remember that time Mitt Romney didn't pick Chris Christie as his running mate because he was fat? Lawl.
Wal-Mart announced that this Thanksgiving they are opening earlier than they ever have. Because what better way to celebrate the pilgrims' arrival than buying crap from China." –Conan O'Brien "It just came out that President Obama brings a portable security tent with him on overseas trips so that he can read classified documents. He sets up a tent in his hotel room. Obama said it's a good way to avoid being spied on while he keeps track of who he has spied on." –Jimmy Fallon "Yesterday President Obama honored our oldest living veteran, a man who is 107 years old. Today President Obama told him he can finally come home from Afghanistan." –Jay Leno "It seems that during his re-election campaign this year, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie paid $46,000 to get advice from former strategists for Mitt Romney. The advice he got: 'If you ever want to be president, don't listen to us.'" –Jay Leno "Today a reporter asked Chris Christie, 'What do you think of 2016?' And Christie said, 'I think it's a good w ...
Why didn't Mitt Romney choose Chris Christie as his running mate? talks to
So here’s to you Chris Christie, and to you John Boehner; here’s to you Tony Perkins, and Rush Limbaugh, and whatsisface, Glenn Beck. To Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity, Brian Brown and Maggie Gallagher. To you Michelle Bachmann, and Rick Perry, to Mitt Romney and George W. Bush. To all of you, from the bottom of my heart I say: Bite me.
Glenn Beck voiced a big conservative concern on his show Monday: should conservatives bother going to the polls in 2016 if the Republican Party settles for another progressive like Chris Christie or Mitt Romney? Beck said as far as he's concerned, he's not going to bother...
“I will not vote for another Republican like Chris Christie or Mitt Romney. I will not vote. I will skip it. I will not cast my vote for that.”
Chris Christie = John Mccain = Mitt Romney. Please, Republicans, let's not go there again.
Mitt Romney says he thinks that Chris Christie can save the Republican Party. These two jokers are precisely what is wrong with the Republican Party. How many times are we going to let the media nominate some moderate loser for us before we finally nominate a conservative?
Chris Christie on Election Day: “I’m a conservative” Fat chance. This guy’s is as conservative as he is svelte. If you loved loser G.O.Pee candidates Bob Dole, John Mccain and Mitt Romney, you’ll love Chris Christie. Here’s all the proof you need that this guy is being set up to lose the presidential election in 2016 as the G.O.Pee candidate:
Here is my prediction for the 2016 presidential race. Hillary Clinton will get the democratic party's nomination easily. She won't have any serious challengers. On the Republican side, it will be just like 2012. There were basically 3 types of republican voters in 2012. There were libertarians or people who leaned libertarian and voted for Ron Paul. There were "establishment republicans" who voted for Mitt Romney. And there were Tea Party people who weren't libertarians who split the vote between everyone else. Mitt Romney didn't win the majority of votes but he got more than anyone else (a true majority requires 50% or more). Then when Mitt Romney got the nomination no principled voter cared about it because he was the same as Obama and Obama won. The Republican Party will have the same problem in 2016. Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Chris Christie, and a few teapublicans will run. I'm guessing that Rand will get more libertarians votes, Cruz will get more Tea Party people who lean libertarian to vote for him, Chr ...
So What does Gerald Ford, Bob Dole, John Mccain, & Mitt Romney all have in common? That's right they are all moderates that wanted to reach across the aisle! AND THEY LOST THE ELECTION! So now people are talking about Chris Christie? How many times do you have to get your teeth kicked in before you realize to duck?
Here's another hard truth.. 75% of you that hate Chris Christie now were begging him to enter the race against Mitt Romney.…
Fox News proving once again they are the channel for Elitists and RINO's everywhere. Wall Street Journal report is now talking about Chris Christie and how he's the savior of the Republican Party. It'd be interesting if they didn't run the very same programming and analysis for John Mccain and Mitt Romney. Chris Christie cannot win a Presidential election. In every poll no matter what Jujitsu you apply to the math, he comes out losing to Hillary Clinton. And yet we're going to be treated to an avalanche of programming from Fox News telling us what a genius this guy is. I am not kidding, folks. They really ran the same programming for Romney and that proved to be an embarrassing loss.
Pop quiz: If nominated in 2016, Chris Christie will be another: a) Bob Dole b) John Mccain c) Mitt Romney d) All of the above
TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey Governor Chris Christie today lashed out at failed presidential candidate and former-Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, who recently expressed support for a Christie presidential run.
Mitt Romney evidently shot his mouth off yesterday and said Chris Christie can save "our party." I guess it's this type of thinking that keeps me from calling myself a republican. I was born and raised republican. I carried that label proudly for many years but these are the type of things that embarrass me. Christie is a liberal in my mind, no matter what he calls himself. He may not be as liberal as the far left but he is far left of me. Most present day republicans are. Christie? Save the republicans? Comments please... Feel free to disagree with me. Am I missing something? -Dean
Appearing on NBC’s Meet The Press, 2012 Republican presidential Mitt Romney defended New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, whom it was reported last week was vetted and turned down by the Romney campaign for Vice President. “Chris could easily become our nominee and save our party and help get this na...
Mitt Romney painted New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) as the standard bearer of the Republican Party going forward — even saying that if he were to win the Republican nomination for presiden...
During the 2012 presidential campaign, Mitt Romney ranked Chris Christie among the final contenders to be his running mate. That is until the Republican nominee started digging into the New Jersey Governor’s record
Habits are hard to break: Mr. FLIP / FLOP, Mitt Romney, strikes again !!! mitt romney chris christie WASHINGTON -- Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who reportedly mocked New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's weight during the 2012 campaign, said on "Meet The Press" on Sunday that Christie has no health issues to worry about. "With regards to his health, he provided his health records to us. His health is very solid, very good. There's not an issue there," Romney said. Romney also said that there "was nothing" that researchers found "that wasn't part of the public record and that hadn't already been dealt with effectively by Chris Christie." Romney added that he thinks Christie will be a frontrunner in 2016. "At this stage, you look at Chris Christie and say, 'That's a very impressive guy with a great track record, with a demonstrated ability to work across the aisle, with support of labor and blue-collar voters in New Jersey,'" Romney said. He also suggested that Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), f ...
Does anyone really give a crap who Mitt Romney thinks is qualified to run for the GOP nomination? So he thinks the best man for the job is Chris Christie? Why don't we just crown Hillary president and save the GOP the effort of nominating another slam dunk failure?
the curmdgeon sez Mitt Romney did not pick Chris Christie for Vice President because he did not want a bigger *** than himself
Mitt Romney made fun of Chris Christie for being fat and Chris Christie probably made fun of Willard for hiding decades of…
Why Christie Didn't Win Romney's Veepstakes: Chris Christie was among the final contenders as Mitt Romney's running mate in 2012. The...
Elections are happening on Tuesday in Virginia and New Jersey. These elections while only 2 out of 50 governorship's in the country represent one of two paths for the 2014 and 2016 elections. In Virginia a true Conservative in Ken Cuccinelli is trying to show that even in a state that can be carried by liberals and progressives and statists in the northernmost part of the state, can embrace true conservatism and began to get this country back on track, whereas a true establishment candidate in Chris Christie is running for another term in New Jersey, a win on Tuesday in the red state of New Jersey will cement the idea of Christie running for president in 2016. This is the last thing we need. Establishment candidates have been historically weak, while true conservatives have generally won the presidency. Proven by Jimmy Carter in 1976 because the establishment kept Reagan out, proven again by the establishment co opting of H.W. Bush in 1992, also proven by John Mccain in 2008 and Mitt Romney in 2012. ...
Not surprisingly, the liberal media on Friday focused on leaked details from Mark Halperin and John Heilemann's new book "Double Down" that involved Barack Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Mitt Romney, and Chris Christie.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was on Mitt Romney's Vice Presidential short list initially, but the GOP nominee took him off in part because of his weight.
Mitt Romney seriously considered choosing New Jersey Governor Chris Christie as his 2012 running mate — but he didn't, in part because Christie is overweight. Cool leadership, Mitt.
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney decided he could not pick Gov. Chris Christie as his running mate for Vice President last year in part because the governor’s background was “littered with potential land mines,” according…
With his impending re-election in “Blue Jersey” evidently assured and his national profile rising, Chris Christie is a formidable presidential hopeful. If not always a voice of reason, the blustering governor usually sounds sane in a Republican Party where conspiracy, paranoia, and extremism reign. His decision to abandon the state’s legal appeal against *** marriage exemplified the canny pragmatism that worries Democratic strategists looking forward to 2016. But for those enjoying the current civil war within the GOP as a spectator sport, the prospect of a Christie presidential candidacy is promising indeed. Moving toward the center, he is plainly preparing for combat with the herd of politicians – mostly legislators like Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, and Paul Ryan – whose aspirations depend on mobilizing the Tea Party base. And there will be nothing “moderate” about Christie when he takes them apart His surrender on marriage equality was only the latest in a series of efforts by the governor to dis ...
The Republican is dead if it nominates Chris Christie . Mitt Romney was a Mistake .
Chris Christie's flip flopping on Gun Control faster than Mitt Romney on Abortion in front of the Christian Coalition.
DEJA VU: Chris Christie is hanging out with Sheldon Adelson, who believed deeply in Mitt Romney.
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.
Ann Coulter, who had been one of Gov. Chris Christie's biggest cheerleaders, is a fan no more.
Five Things Conservati Five Things Conservative Voters Would Hate About Chris Christie By Dan Amira 18 3 Share on email Think long and hard about this one, Chris Christie. Did you hear the news? Chris Christie is going to save the Republicans from Rick Perry, who was supposed to save them from Mitt Romney but turned out to be a completely inept debater and a traitor on issues like illegal immigration and injecting little girls with mental retardation. Now, granted, Christie has said a hundred times that he isn't ready to run for president and won't do it. He's even threatened to kill himself to show how serious he is. But with Perry proving himself less than ideal, the never-satisfied GOP elite is once again pining for a conservative savior who can unite the party (or at least the anti-Romney faction of the party) and defeat President Obama. According to various reports, Christie is telling donors that, public refusals notwithstanding, he's open to reconsidering. Yesterday, former New Jersey Governor Tom ...
A week's worth of mirth: The new Superman movie opens on Friday. It's a great story: When Superman’s dad realizes his son is gifted with X-ray vision and super hearing, he puts him in a rocket and sends him toward Earth, because he knows with those powers he can get a job in the Obama administration. Jay Leno Snowden said today he was going to disclose all this information earlier, but he wanted to wait until after the election. To which Mitt Romney said, "Hey, thanks a lot. Appreciate it." Jay Leno Pope Francis said it is a sin for people to waste food. He made that proclamation and then he made Chris Christie a saint. Conan It's been reported that Kanye West will not be in the delivery room when Kim Kardashian has her baby. This was at the request of the baby. Conan McDonald's has started introducing breakfast items at night for what it calls an after-midnight menu. It's all part of McDonald's' new slogan, "Welcome alcoholics." Conan The NSA has been listening in on phone calls. It's people with cell ...
I was thinking about when the video of Mitt Romney calling out the 47% went public, so I did a little research on Chris Christie. It turns out that he called an African American "boy" at a town hall meeting. He called 75 year old Jerry Brown an "old retard". And he called a former US Navy Seal an *** , and a "jerk". Do you really want this obnoxious man as your Governor?
Jonathan Alter: Obama's 'Deranged' Enemies Helped Him Win in 2012 Alter: GOP Attacks Helped Vault Obama in ’12 Veteran journalist Jonathan Alter, who has a new book focusing on the 2012 presidential race, says that Republican attacks on President Barack Obama backfired and hurt the GOP, but asserts that Obama's failure to reach across the aisle has hurt his agenda. And he predicts that both Gov. Chris Christie and Hillary Clinton will likely run for president in 2016. Alter also discloses details about a secret meeting in which leading conservatives, including Rush Limbaugh and Fox News chief Roger Ailes, tried to convince Christie to enter the 2012 race for the White House. Alter, a senior editor and columnist at Newsweek from 1983 to 2011, is now a Bloomberg View columnist and contributing correspondent at NBC News. His 2010 book, "The Promise: President Obama, Year One," was a New York Times best-seller, reaching No. 3 on the list. His new book is "The Center Holds: Obama and His Enemies." Alter’s ...
I'm going to call it now already, the next president of America will be Gov. Chris Christie! I got it wrong with Mitt Romney but Super Storm Sandy ended Romney's campaign!
Allow me to beat the conspiracy theorists to it... Obama used advanced weather controlling technology (HAARP) to cause the Midwest tornadoes to distract Fox News from the IRS/Tea Party scandal, much like he made Super Storm Sandy turn Chris Christie into an Obama-loving liberal, just in time to steal the election from Mitt Romney (who was only the nominee because he's an Illuminati insider Mormon-Mason).
Why would Republicans listen to Ann Coulter re repealing Obamacare when she's made losing choices: Chris Christie, Mitt Romney
Mitt Romney gives a shout to NJGov Chris Christie & VAGOV Bob Mcdonnell though they're both not speaking at
Why are we all of a sudden seeing of Republican retreads all over the place? Jeb Bush making the rounds of all the talk shows? Sarah (who in the *** was she?) being invited to speak at CPAC along with Rick Santorum, Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney--but not Chris Christie. Christie made the singular mistake of accepting help from Obama & being cordial to the President following Hurricane Sandy--so he is now unacceptable in his own party? How many retreads will we be subjected to in '14 & '16. Rand Paul instead of Ron Paul. Oh, my aching head. Any body have some Pepto Dismal?
While Some Republicans are still angry at Chris Christie for praising Barack Obama before the election, Mitt Romney isn’t among them. Romney, whose supporters and aides were furious that Christie complimented the president’s response to Hurricane Sandy, has given the maximum contribution...
I think one of the major problems with the Republican Party is it's been infiltrated by too many Liberals. Frankly, I don't trust any New England Republican and especially those elected in BLUE STATES. How can Ann Coulter be so fooled by Chris Christie, She's supposed to be a SMART CONSERVATIVE. I think Mitt Romney fit into this category also. just sayin
Hey Shane, Be sure to watch the CPAC clown show, they invited all the losers back to speak at it again, they call it Rebranding, Rethinking, Regrouping, Reforming the GOP brand and party.speakers, Sarah Palin, Mitt Romney, Wayne LaPierre, Rick Perry, Rick Santorium, Allen West, Michelle Bachman, but yet snubbed Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, how did that work out for ya last 2 elections.
Feeling bad for Republicans today. Mitt Romney, Ted Cruz, Sara Palin, and Rick Santorum invited to CPAC but Chris Christie not? They've already lost 2016 if they don't change practices like this.
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.
In December, Barbara Walters announced her 19th annual list of the year's "10 Most Fascinating People." Making the top ten were actor/director Ben Affleck; Alana Thompson, 7 year old star of the hit reality TV show Honey Boo Boo; the governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie; Olympic Gold Medalist Gabby Douglas; E L James, author of 50 Shades of Grey; Boy Band One Direction; Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; multi-talented animator and director Seth Macfarlane; Prince Harry of Wales; and US Army General David Petraeus. I've long been interested in what makes one person more fascinating than another. For instance, what made Honey Boo Boo more fascinating than say Mitt Romney?
Chairman’s Message Conservative commentators say Republicans lost the 2012 national election because we did not stand for anything. Republicans, by trying not to offend, appealed to no one. In fact, what happened to Thomas Dewey is about the same as what happened to Mitt Romney. Both men thought they had the presidential race won, and both men tried desperately to tiptoe across the finish line. The nation deserves better. It’s time for Republicans to stand up. It is simply not enough to tear down an opponent. What do we stand for? What are our shared values? What are we willing to fight for? Those hard questions deserve thoughtful answers over the next few months if we are to win again. So what are some of our core values? For one, it is past the time to stop piling debt on top of debt. Republicans must find the courage to say, “We’re not going to rob your kids anymore.” Remember when debt under George W. Bush topped $9 trillion and then-Senator Obama said it was disgraceful to run up the debt f ...
Tell RINO Chris Christie to "STUFF IT"!! Ooops, looks like he has already stuffed himself!!! If you've followed the New Jersey Governor at all, you've surely figured out by now that Chris Christie is all about...Chris Christie. Remember his keynote address at the Republican National Convention? One would have thought he was accepting the nomination. I didn't do an accurate count, but the governor - never afraid of a camera - must have mentioned himself at least 10-1 over Mitt Romney. (Hmm, whom else does all of this bring to mind?) And then, of course, there was the pre-election photo-op visit by the community organizer to Sandy-stricken New Jersey. Christie was embarrassing. I thought he was going drop to his knees at O's feet. But with the typical bluster we've come to expect from the governor, he lambasted anyone and everyone who would dare suggest he might have been a bit too effusive in his praise of Obama's visit to the Jersey Shore, which everyone on the planet knew O did strictly for political pur ...
14 - Michelle Bachman, Chris Christie, Mitt Romney, the Tea Party people and Ann Coulter. Their stupidity makes me laugh.
I was worried when she was the first Conservative commentator to endorse Mitt Romney,but after her appearance on Sean Hannity's show yesterday,I'm really worried about Ann Coulter. I not sure if Ann's bucking to be Megan MCCain's BFF right now or what,but for Ann to suggest that the GOP give in to the dems on the 'fiscal cliff' negotiations so they don't lose the PR war,is the worst suggestion I've heard a Conservative make since the Romney endorsement. 'You sound like Obama' was Sean's response to a unusually defeatist Coulter, who was more concerned about the Party's image than fighting for the bedrock anti-tax message that's united most Conservatives & Libertarians since the Reagan Presidency. I don't know what's happened to the once courageous & outspoken Ann Coulter in the last 12 months,but I want her back.This one sounds like she's applying to be an intern on MSDNC. tb
"In 2008, the least wanted candidates for bloggers were…John Mccain and Ron Paul. In 2012, the least wanted candidates for bloggers were…Mitt Romney and Ron Paul. So, going by those results, Chris Christie and Jeb Bush would have to be considered the early favorites for 2016 based on the fact that conservative bloggers don’t want either of them as a nominee."
A Political 'Thanksgiving' Message, Giving Thanks for People that Have Commonsense 365 Days A Year - Chris Christie,"You can’t expect to be a leader of all the people and be divisive. Someone asked me, Why did Mitt Romney lose? And I said, because he got less votes than Barack Obama, that's why." —New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, gruff sometimes but evidently a commonsense kind of guy.
The blame game continues in the wake of Mitt Romney's Election Night loss. Now, the New York Times is reporting that some in the Romney campaign are directly blaming NJ Gov. Chris Christie - notably due to his partnership with Pres. Obama after Hurricane Sandy. Read about it right here: be sure to share your thoughts with the rest of our PoliticsNation community!
i have been reading story after story of the republicans leaders saying that we need to cave on taxes, scale back our opinion on illegal Immigration and other issues. let me ask a question why is it when ever we lose an election we have to listen to the democrats and get rid of our conservative values ? do we have a whole group wimpy establishment republicans? as in , John Mccain ( politically Wimpy), Mitt Romney, John Boehner, Mitch Mcconnell, Lindsey Graham .Scott Brown, Dave Reichert and others. they flip flop, they back down, they changer there opinion at a drop of a hat to go along with an election or a tide . so why can't we get strong conservatives like Paul Ryan, Sarah Palin, Chris Christie , Scott Walker, Michelle Brahman, Newt Gingrich, Allen West, Rand Paul, Steve King, Pete king, Eric Cantor,Rick Perry, Ted Cruz and others. why are we not encouraging these people to run for higher office .
Open letter to Mitt Romney: Mr. Romney (glad it's Mr.) you did not lose the election because of some imagined "gifts" handed out by President Obama (glad it's Pres.). What you Mr. Romney have mistaken for "gifts" is actually leadership and evidently not only the kind of leadership that America needs but wants. There is a huge difference between Democrats and Republicans. Republicans pander to the wealthy and dismiss all others needs while Democrats want to help those who need help and I really don't think it's for votes. It's how we think as Democrats it's really our core belief. Republicans call us " Bleeding Heart liberals" as a bad thing, it's actually the Democrats trying to help the people who are in need. I don't think Chris Christie thinks Obama was looking for votes when he came to help those in need in New Jersey after the storm and if Romney were President at the time there would have been no FEMA and no help! Mr. Romney puts down kids being able to stay on their parents healthcare until age 26 ...
This is my take on life and the Election: I worked every breathing moment to get Mitt Romney elected because I thought, and still believe, that he was and is the best for the Country. I believe the election was a waste of time because nothing was going to change no matter what anyone said. The people have spoken. Some of the Republicans and Conservatives are screaming voter fraud. This may be true, I don't know. But, I do know that nothing is going to change. So, I would say, let it drop. Republicans and Conservatives know in their heart of hearts that they are talking, but, would do nothing if they could. Look at Chris Christie, the minute Obama threw him a bone he became a well trained puppet. Everyone in the Senate and Congress needs to change. Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, Boehner, McConnell. Start Fresh and start with a clearer head. As far as I am concerned, the election is over. That was yesterday and yesterday is gone. Just make sure that you will rise to fight another day because there will be ano .. ...
Mitt Romney never had a chance. i have said this before. In my opinion not one of the republican candidates for the 2012 election had a chance. The one´s who may have had a chance like Jeb Bush or Chris Christie refused to run against Obama because they knew they would not win. So when Mitt Romney won the primaries they the powers that be behind the current Republican Party decided the way they would win was to out spend the president, use the television to program the mind of the public and convince AMerica that Obama did not deserve a second term because of the economy. Does that sound like a strategy that a party who believes in their candidate, elects to pursue? They used the Billion plus dollars well. So the result they knew in the beginning. The long shot was not a shot at all. What a way to waste billions of dollars. I believe Romney would have had a better chance with a minimalist budget. however I was not the type of person they were looking to appeal to. As a result Romney who never had a chan ...
I don't know who the author of the following is, but I found it quite worthwhile reading... I never expected to ever say, "Poor Ann Coulter." But - poor Ann Coulter. I really feel badly for her, in a manner of speaking. But not for the reason you think. Not because Barack Obama was re-elected President of the United States. Rather, I feel bad for her because of her responsibility in that victory. Remember the famous video where Ms. Coulter says, "If Chris Christie doesn't run we'll nominate Mitt Romney and we will lose"? Now, I'm sure that many people, Ann Coulter included, think that this statement was prescient and shows her to be oh-so wise in her election prediction. Except that it doesn't. It shows her culpability. Mitt Romney probably came closer to winning the presidency than any Republican could have this election. If Chris Christie ran, he could never have gotten the Republican nomination in this Republican atmosphere -- compared to today's radical far right, Chris Christie is a moderate. That wa ...
The below hints that Rove believes that God wanted Obama to be president by sending a hurricane. Rove has alternately blamed Hurricane Sandy (“The president was also lucky,” he wrote in a Thursday Wall Street Journal Op-Ed. ”This time, the October surprise was not a dirty trick but an act of God. Hurricane Sandy interrupted Mr. Romney’s momentum and allowed Mr. Obama to look presidential and bipartisan”) and argued that if not for Crossroads, “this race would have been over a long time ago.” For his part, Mitt Romney has also been pointing to Hurricane Sandy, telling donors on Wednesday that the storm killed his momentum. Some of those donors are blaming Chris Christie as well: “A lot of people feel like Christie hurt, that we definitely lost four or five points between the storm and Chris Christie giving Obama a chance to be bigger than life,” one anonymous donor told the Washington Post.
Picked up from a comments page to an article about Romney and the GOP: Tubbs Mitt Romney & the GOP did not lose the election. President Obama and the democrats won the election because they are smarter, more organized, and more in touch with a majority of Americans. Their organization will be the new standard for years to come, and the smartest one out of all of them is President Obama. This was NOT a close election. Over 2 million more votes in the general, and when florida finally reports all its votes, by about 130 in the electoral college. You can fool yourselves into thinking there was some conspiracy, or Hurricane Sandy & Chris Christie cost the GOP this election, but as all the information starts to come out, you’ll see this election was over before any of these things happened. The right wing media failed you, and will continue to lead you down a path of destruction. It’s your choice, but until you realize that the myth about Ronald Reagan’s America is just that, George W Bush was a dismal f ...
Election is over, I hope President Obama doesn't make Kerry secretary of defense what a bad idea, he would be okay at State but please not defense Karl Rove roasted him so bad on defense I don't think that labeling has gone away. What Obama needs the most is a great business mind in Commerce or Treasury, someone Mitt Romney like. I'm fatigued by all the political commentary like the Republican Party is about to die and go away. They have a 50/50 chance of winning in 2016. It just depends on the matchup. If Hilary Clinton wins she is probably the favorite. Though someone like Chris Christie could change the Electoral Map a bit and that could be an interesting match up. The Republicans have two options grab a candidate that puts Pennsylvania and New Jersey in the win column then win Ohio and New Hampshire or someone who is going to win Florida, Virginia, Wisconsin, Nevada, and Colorado. You are not going to find a candidate that can do both.
Thank you, Mitt Romney, during your consession speach, John Boehner, during your opening remarks to the House and Chris Christie, during Hurricane Sandy, for reminding us all that we cannot help each other by thinking as Republicans and Democrats. We need to be a united people that work for the good of every citizen in this awesome country. And to Sarah Palin, stop being the "Debbie Downer" and start trying to encourage cooperation. That is the strength of a true leader. And Rush Limbaugh. well, never mind.
I did not write this, but I can relate to it. We just took a complete and total *** kicking. For those of you that do not know me very well, I did not lose my virginity tonight in the category of *** whippings taken". I have had my *** whipped before, this aint nothing new. I want to first thank Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. For what these men just put their families thru, we, the conservative base of the USA, owe them a debt of gratitude. This election will be dissected ad naseum, but rest assured, they did everything they could physically and mentally do. 1. Chris Christie and Hurricane Sandy probably won this election for Obama. Christie is a politician. He was doing everything he could last week to get every single penny he could get, because he knows that rebuilding his state is his only hope of staying on the gravy train. He also is stupid enuff to think his own fat *** can be Prez. It is a faster track to that possibility if Obama got 4 more years to hang the country out financially vs Mitt making th ...
Well lets see: There was Allen Keys,Hilary/Bill Clinton,Mcain/Palin,Osama Bin Laden,Ghaddafi,John Boehner,Chris Christie,Paul Ryan,Mitt Romney. Like him or not he is BAD!!! ~No weapon that has been made to be used against you will succeed. You will have an answer for anyone who accuses you. This is the inheritance of the LORD's servants. Their victory comes from me," declares the LORD.
during Obama's acceptance speech he wanted to thank Chris Christie of New Jersey who was the keynote speaker in the Republican National Convention only spoke about himself and what he has done and never mentioned Mitt Romney. then gave President Obama plenty of photo opportunities after Hurricane Sandy tell propel the president back into another 4 years in a very close race to help President Obama pull ahead. nice job Christy will remember you in 4 years when you wanna run
Did you know that Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan voted for Obama/Biden yesterday? They knew that they did not have the momentum that they were talking about. Mitt Romney and the Koch Brothers paid CNN and Fox News to make the poll numbers look good to play with people's mind like they had their game togheter. Did you also know that John Sununu voted for Donald Trump and Chris Christie voted for Barack Obama. America one more thing that I am asking of you is to make sure that our leaders work the president for our cause and the well being of us. America I am giving you a list of republicans that are blocks on the road that been prevented Obama from moving the country forward. Their names are: Michelle Bachman. John Boehner, Mitch McCornell, Paul Ryan and there more of them specially the Tea Party poison Republicans that gonna need to go with these guys should they prevent any progress. Thank you Massachussetts for firing the Tea Party Poison Scott Brown!
I just had the opportunity to listen to Sean Hannity interview Ann Coulter for a few minutes on the way home. Things they blamed for Barack Obama's victory: Chris Christie, Hurricanes, Incumbency, the ghost of Ted Kennedy, Immigrants, and the fact that Mitt Romney isn't Ronald Reagan. I am so enjoying this.
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.
I need my fb Fam to get in touch with a couple of people for me . 1) Donald Trump 2) Sarah Palin 3)Any Fox News Correspondant 4) Mitt Romney's Son 5) Rush Limbaugh 6) Bobby Jindal( Governor of Louisiana) 7) Chris Christie 8) Herman Cain 9) Clarence Thomas 10) Nicki Minaj 11) Stacey Dash 12) Any other moron you can think of. When they answer play the song Obama came out on last night . "Signed , Sealed , Delivered" by Stevie Wonder.
Just some observations... 1) Mitt Romney ran a great campaign until after the first debate. He had Obama on the ropes and then played it safe--too safe. He SHOULD have pressed on Benghazi and Fast and Furious. He should have attacked, but instead he let the left redefine him. He didn't lose on ideas--he lost on (lack of) pushing his message. (Anyone that blames Chris Christie is completely out of touch with reality.) 2) Tommy Thompson was a great governor, but 20 years of owed political favors does not a great nominee make. The campaign was an absolute train wreck and the commercials (Baldwin's and his own) completely destroyed the perception that he's a likable guy. Again--campaign is a train wreck. As much as I vehemently disagree with Tammy Baldwin, her optics were good as it went along--in the last debate, she came across as very likable, down to earth and in touch with the challenges we face. She's wrong in her approach, but I think she gets it-and that's why people vote the way they do. 3) ...
At the Republican National Convention, NJ Governor Chris Christie was the lead speaker at the North Carolina Delegation breakfast. He said that this election was so important that he was going to do everything he could to ensure that Mitt Romney would defeat Barack Obama. He even went so far as to go "Jersey on us" and "come back down to NC" and find us "individually" if we didn't do all we could do to turn NC red. So, who wants to go up to New Jersey and release the hounds to sic on Chris Christie? Well, governor, we did our job down here in the Old North State. What did you do? I fully understand your state (and my home state) was devestated by a freak of nature. But that does not mean you go on a multiple day love fest with Obama and REFUSE to go to Pennsylvania for an HOUR to attend a Romney rally. You made Obama look Presidential (although the FEMA response to Sandy looks about the same as it was for Katrina without the media carping about how inept Bush is.) I seriously hope this damages any ide ...
Today is a great day and the American People spoke loud and clear last night. I'm very proud of the latinos in our country who saw through all the lies and games that Mitt Romney had throughout this election. The latino vote is powerful and is a lot bigger than that rich Cuban-American group in Florida. The latinos in Orlando, Miami, Colorado, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, here in New York and other states sent a powerful message last night. Hopefully the Republicans in our country and in the House will work with our President and get this country on the right track for the next four years. As far as the local races it was a great night for Louise Slaughter and hopefully Maggie Brooks will learn that her negative adds and deception about corruption under her watch has no place here in Rochester and that's why she's not going to Washington D.C..She should take responsibility for all the scandals under her watch. As a democrat I believe that Chris Christie is a leader and Maggie Brooks should take lessons ...
Hurricane Isaac shortened the GOP National Convention, meaning that the documentary on Mitt Romney, presenting him as a caring, concerned human being, was cancelled...and replaced in the shortened network lineup by a senile Clint Eastwood yelling at a chair. Then Hurricane Sandy hit and it allowed President Obama to appear eminently presidential and in control, even drawing praise from arch-foe Chris Christie, while Romney floundered. Both of these things contributed to Obama's reelection. If anyone REALLY wants to argue that God has a say in this election--particularly those who attribute these superhurricanes to God, instead of global warming--whose side He's on is pretty *** clear.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, helping people, pissing off GOP base. President Barack Obama was all over New Jersey last week after Hurricane Sandy, and its Republican Governor and Mitt Romney ...
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), who is still dealing with massive power outages and damage across his state in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, declined an invitation to appear with Republican presidential challenger Mitt Romney at a campaign rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday night, a Romney campaig...
After New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie toured the damage left by Hurricane Sandy with President Barack Obama last week, political observers wondered: How much damage did that do to Republican challenger Mitt Romney? Ann Coulter, the conservative columnist and author, had a clear take on the impact of a Romney supporter praising the commander-in-chief. “I don’t think he really has done any damage at all,” she said on “The Kudlow Report.” “If anything, I think Obama touring with Christie made the president look small.” I think Chris Christie touring the Solar System makes Jupiter look small...now make up your own joke... And in my informal poll of people who I though were going to vote for Obama for sure, surprisingly to me Mitt "Mittens" Romney might just win tomorrow night despite all the help the Republican Party is giving him...good thing he has that "magic underwear" though, can click his butt cheeks together and say "There's no place like Wolfeboro, There's no place like Wolfeboro..."
I tried to post this on my fancy-schmancy new phone; but it wouldn't work. So.we're watching coverage of the election, and Charles Krauthammer just explained something interesting, and several others concurred with him. He said that if the election were held last week, Romney would have won, but then the storm slowed his momentum, and Obama got a boost from that, and also the Chris Christie affection. However, that momentum that Obama received from the storm is now slowing, and shifting back to Mitt Romney (given his impressive debate performances and the astounding way he has established himself as a viable Presidential candidate in the last month or so). You can see this also with the 'likability' polls, in which Romney went from a rather low number before the debates, to a very high number, after people realized how personable, warm, professional, and intelligent he is. The question is~~is there enough time before voting tomorrow to make a difference?? No question this will be a nail-biter tomorro ...
Publishing titan Rupert Murdoch sent New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie what appeared to be a warning message on Friday, telling Christie to reaffirm his support for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney "or take blame for next four dire years."
A new Mitt Romney is emerging in the closing days of the campaign, aides say: a man who is increasingly “being Eaten Alive with jealousy” by President Obama’s budding relationship with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. While Mr. Romney has told reporters that he is “totally fine” with Gov. Christie flying around in a helicopter with President Obama, privately he has told aides, “Seeing him with Chris Christie is tearing me apart.” The trouble began earlier this week, a Romney aide said, when Mr. Romney saw Mr. Christie on CNN mention that President Obama “had given him his number at the White House.” “Mitt was like, ‘Fine, whatever, do we have to watch this?’ and then basically ran out of the room,” the aide said. “It was completely awkward.” Making matters worse, the aide said, “Chris Christie isn’t returning his calls.” “Mitt was trying to explain his position on FEMA to reporters yesterday and he got all excited because his phone started vibrating,” the aide said. ...
I posted this several times as comments on Mitt Romney's Face Book page just now. Niw Face Book has temporarily blocked me from making comments now, reported as "Spam." Republicans are terrified the truth will be told. Keep the ball, rolling, guys. "Bain Capital owns the parent companies that employ Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and Glenn Beck. No wonder Romney wouldn't intercede when Limbaugh called Sandra Fluke a *** or Chris Christie a fat fool this week. Limbaugh, especially, IS the ugly voice of a malicious Mitt Romney, and Bain Capital. Money and coercion can not buy votes."
I wish there was a way for Nate Silver, Scott Rasmussen, Mitt Romney, Barack Obama, and Chris Christie to all "lose" Tuesday.
Charlie Crist, Chris Christie, Colin Powell, Michael Bloomberg, etc. Pres.Obama has more Republican friends than Mitt Romney.
Exactly... We are all Americans and humans whom should care about all other human beings... not constituents... not the wealthy, not the educated... but all Americans caring about All Americans. Do not fight each other... How can a political party get women to fight against each other about if women should have the right to make decisions about their own body. How do Republicans get latins to fight against if Latin's should be able to stay here and get citizenship or self deport themselves... that is akin to African Americans fighting if we have the right to stay here in America or self deport ourselves back to Africa... Don't fight each other against our natural born rights... Stand strong in the same way we stand together during national disasters: So now, after Generel Colin Powell, Mayor Blumberg, BIg car company corporate execs and Gov. Chris Christie has given President Obama support in his daily walk and work, lets see if Republicans will be brave, heard and strong against the lies of Mitt Romney a ...
In last week of campaign, Obama gets good luck and good news Ezra Klein / Washington Post 6:21 AM In campaigns, timing can be everything. And the Obama campaign has picked a good time -- the very last days of a close campaign -- for an extraordinary run of good news and good luck. In the good news bucket is the high marks President Obama received for his handling of the Sandy superstorm. According to the latest Washington Post/ABC News poll, 79 percent of voters say the president has done a "good' or "excellent" job responding to the storm. Among those voters is New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who made national news with his praise of the president. Further extending the White House's string of good headlines was the endorsement of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who said he was moved by Sandy to endorse the candidate with a better plan to address catastrophic climate change. That took one more day of headlines away from Mitt Romney, who had been laying low during the storm but was back on the campaign ...
From a comment on NPR. Good stuff! Grand Moff Tarkin • 18 hours ago − Oh, to get in the head of an undecided voter: "I know the 1% are treating us unfairly...but I really think abortion should be legal...When is a baby really born?...I like that upstanding white Mitt Romney...but I do love my Chinese clothes I'm wearing from Walmart...Those poor people really should find jobs...but Bush sure made it hard to find anything non-minimum wage...I know BP really messed up the Gulf of Mexico...but look at all those people who received money from BP to restart their businesses...Drill baby drill...but what about those silly polar bears floating around on scraps of ice?...Fox News has the prettiest women telling me the news...can I accept Rachael Maddow being a *** ...Should *** be allowed to marry?...It doesn't seem right, Adam and Steve...but what about civil unions?...I'm really tired of that Barrack Obama just getting the country nowhere...but do I want a war with Iran?...Those pesky Iranians burning ...
Shame on you Bruce Springsteen... You can't even say the Governor's name when talking about your "relief" concert (which will probably turn in to an Obama rally). New Jersey, has had unprecedented destruction and devastation and is being bravely led by a man who has always put aside his politics to endorse YOUR music, should be ashamed of you. You don't have to be a conservative to applaud Chris Christie's efforts to protect this state and lift it's people out of the *** it is going through this week. Christie is a man who is endorsing Mitt Romney, yet knows he needs to put those politics aside, to request help from Obama and anyone else who can aid the people of his state. Sorry Kristin, I had to vent.
I John Sununu think that mayor Bloomberg andorse President Barack Obama because mayor Bloomberg is black and Obama is black. Colin Powell andorse him because of his policies and the facts that he is doing a good jobs. Chris Christie is just a traitor because he coorperate with Barack Obama to do the job of the people who elected them togheter. We republicans we do not give a dawm about people affected by Hurricane Sandy. We only care about party politics and the people are on theur own. That Fema crap we republicans leaders will srap that garbage and privatize everything including social security. I am Mitt Romney, John Sununu, and Paul Ryan and we approve this text.
Hurricane Sandy is a powerful reminder to all of us that all humans are puny before nature's fury. What is remarkable about the US is not only the discipline and preparation with which they face natural calamities but the dignity with which they refrain from taking electoral advantage of the calamity. The election is due in six days' time, and it seems to be a photo-finish. And yet, neither party used it for any benefit unlike in India. The federal government supported all states and cities equally irrespective of party affiliation; and the governors and mayors across party lines were appreciative of the President. Chris Christie, the New Jersey Governor, a ranking republican leader publicly praised Obama for his leadership. Mitt Romney not only suspended the campaign, but did not utter a single word criticizing the administration's handling of the emergency. What a refreshing contrast from what we see in India day in and day out!. By Jaya Prakakash Narayan..!
Colin Powell, Chris Christie and Michael Bloomberg all have three things in common. 1) They are Republicans 2) They are all very well known Republicans 3) They all speak highly enough of President Obama as to praise his Presidentialness, or to outright endorse his re-election based upon his being the single most Presidential person in the political room. Many lesser known Republicans are also jumping ship from the Republican base. Even the Florida State Republican Chairman leaked a memo stating the "The Dems are cleaning our clock here". While the polls of "likely" voters tend to show the race within the margin of error, these are "likely" voters, not done deals. The early voting tallies speak another language. It's down to Mitt Romney's lies versus President Obama's Presidentialness. The alternate reality that Romney and the Republicans live in is becoming increasingly transparent, and now the United Auto Workers are demanding that transparency in the form of a lawsuit, while George W. Bush sits in The ...
To all my REPUBLICAN friends: I now have a new list of Republicans I like and respect...see, I'm not biased. I just like my peeps to have character! lol 1. Abe Lincoln 2. Theodore Roosevelt 3. Dwight Eisenhower 4. Gov. Chris Christie 5. Fmr. Gov. Charlie Christ 6. Some of Ron Paul's ideas 7. Clint Eastwood As for Mitt Romney...yeah...not gonna happen. lmao
With the northeast still reeling from the hurricane, political columnists Michael Tomasky and David Frum debate whether the storm (and 'wildcard' Chris Christie) stopped Mitt Romney's momentum in the crucial days before the election.
Smithers can't be happy about Romney's proposal to burn the Log Cabin.Some things are just obvious in an election, like the Republican establishment trying to disembowel Chris Christie (quite a task) because he thanked Obama for helping New Jerseyans to stop drowning. Like the evil United Auto Worke...
Randi Rhodes: Poor Mitt Romney is off in a corner writing to Chris Christie: "What happened? Didn't you get my Libby's Fruit Cocktail?"
OCTOBER 31st *** THE LAST WORD *** LAWRENCE O`DONNELL *** President Obama surveys Hurricane Sandy Damage with Mitt Romney surrogate Chris Christie and Rush Limbaugh offers his theory on why. MSNBC`s Lawrence O`Donnell discusses how the presidential candidates navigate the delicate Hurricane Sandy politics with MSNBC`s Krystal Ball and Richard Wolffe.
Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie appeared on many networks to praise President Obama for his assistance and response to Hurricane Sandy. In the video above, the Governor was asked if Mitt Romney would be doing any appearances with him in the aftermath of the hurricane to which Christie ...
Joe Isuzu explains why everyone should vote for Mitt Romney! It's his tax policy! • Meet the Inner Mitt: • See Joe endorse Mitt's...
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is known for saying whatever’s on his mind. Unfortunately for Mitt Romney and his campaign, that includes effusive praise for President Obama and FEMA on their response to Hurricane Sandy. On Tuesday morning TV appearances, the Republican Governor and vocal Romney supp...
Colin Powell just made an ad for Barack Obama, and Chris Christie virtually endorsed him. Birther supreme Donald Trump has been enlisted to campaign for Mitt Romney, and Romney is adding his lying ads about Obama's welfare programs to his lying ads about GM and Chrysler. What does this tell us about the state of the two campaigns? About the future of the Republican Party?
As the press continues to marvel at the odd pairing of Barack Obama and Chris Christie working together, I have to say that there was a time when this would not have been so unusual--it would have been commonplace. It really amazed me as I sat in Phenix City, Alabama, late yesterday afternoon and heard the ranting on the 'Martin Bashir Show' about the need for bi-partisanship. Clowns like Bashir and all his favorite 'panelists' get paid to deliver clever put-downs and 'slams' to the GOP. They are not journalists--they hold divisive 'pep rallies' for the left, billed as news shows. If political discourse has become a mere game, Bashir is among those who need it to stay that way. It is just as hypocritical for Bashir and his colleagues to wail about the need for bipartisanship as it was for Mitt Romney to blame President Obama for the divisions among the American People. Anyone who does not see corporate news as the reason for gridlock is blind to the obvious truth.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, that has ravaged the American East Coast from New York to New Jersey, the Governor of the State of New Jersey, Gov. Chris Christie, a frontline Republican and a die-hard supporter of the Republican Presidential Nominee, has found himself in a corner where he has to work in concert with President Obama (their opponent), in an effort to help bring succour and relief to those who have suffered losses due to the hurricane in the affected NJ areas. In a public address, Gov. Chris spoke profoundly of Barack Obama's stupendous efforts and response to the situation in his state. It goes without saying, as observed by many, that the rapport between Obama and Gov. Christie, birthed by the hurricane situation, puts the Republican Presidential candidate (Gov. Mitt Romney) in an unsafe condition with regards to the forthcoming elections. Gov. Christie was known to be the 1st Republican Governor to declare his support for Gov. Mitt Romney. Politics has had to give way to necessity. Gov. ...
The dramatic homestretch ad for President Obama, running on every network and in all media markets, is a home run, devastating for Mitt Romney. And, best of all, the president didn’t have to pay for it, or even say, “I approve this message.” It was a total gift — and from a Republican and top Romney surrogate. Gov. Chris Christie, the fleece-wearing, order-barking Neptune of the Jersey Shore, was all over TV Tuesday, effusively praising the president for his luminous leadership on Hurricane Sandy, the same president he mocked last week at a Romney rally in Virginia as a naif groping to find “the light switch of leadership.” As Romney roams the Midwest and Florida struggling to stay relevant, miming coordinating storm response with G.O.P. governors and collecting canned goods to send East, his fair-weather pal Christie failed to give Mittens any disaster relief. On ABC, CBS and NBC, Christie hailed Obama as “outstanding.” On MSNBC, he said the president “has been all over this,” and on ...
The Lord works in Mysterious ways! New Jersey ‘Republican’ Governor, Chris Christie, “campaigned-hard” for Mitt Romney, and now he said:—I don’t care about the Elections. I care about “helping my People! .And he Praised the Honorable President Barack Obama, for doing an excellent job—as The President of the United States! This should give Obama a big-bump in the Polls and make Mitt Romney—do “more ‘desperate’ things! As TD Jakes once said—God ‘will make’ people like/want/need you!...Even the ones that didn’t want you? …aint he good? …All the time?...give him praise & glory!
I do not like New Jersey Governor Chris Christie; However, I do respect him. He has refused to participate in presidential politics in the wake of this horrible Sandy Hurricane. In fact, yesterday, Governor Chris Christie essentially told Fox News they were *** for asking him if Mitt Romney was coming to New Jersey to tour the damage; He basically slammed the Fox News people for asking such a stupid question. He turned around and then praised President Obama for his actions in regard to the Sandy Hurricane.
"Chris Christie heard Meat Loaf was behind Mitt Romney.so he shoved Romney out of the way..." -Bill Maher
Ok, how awesome is this??? Local Newspaper in Dayton, Ohio --reported that in a Cleveland suburb, Bill Clinton and Bruce Springsteen pulled 3,000 people in for a rally in a gymnasium. A week or so ago, Mitt Romney & Chris Christie were in Cuyahoga County in a suburb of Cleveland. Number -- 13,000+ at their rally. Cleveland is, of course, a Democrat stronghold. But, those numbers may prove to be VERY telling!
Ann Coulter said her initial support of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for the Republican presidential nomination was like an ill-advised fling with a biker, but that she returned to make the “responsible choice” with Mitt Romney. “Briefly I admit I ran off with a biker, I supported Chris Christie, I came back to the responsible choice,“ Coulter told Bill Maher on his HBO show ”Real Time” Friday. Asked about Romney’s move “so far to the middle” for the general election, Coulter said that wasn’t true and that he “flipped on one issue his entire life and he flipped in my direction and I’m happy about it…abortion.” When an astonished Maher insisted Romney had changed positions on many other issues, Coulter blamed MSNBC for his confusion. “You’re watching MSNBC and I would not trust them to give you the truth,” she said. “That‘s why you don’t know what Mitt Romney believes. The motto of MSNBC is ‘in other words’ and they’ll tell you what they think Romney believes ...
. This just in: Gov. Chris Christie has floated off the stage during a stump speech by Mitt Romney. Witnesses recognized Harry Potter star, Daniel Radcliff, holding a magic wand running away from the scene.
Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) and Mitt Romney on stage at Ariel Corporation in Mount Vernon,
Another day in indispensable Ohio for Mitt Romney. Gov Chris Christie with him in Mount Vernon & Delaware & son Josh in with him in Sydney.
Soon-to-Be President, Mitt Romney in Cuyahoga Falls on Tuesday...Yayyy!!! He will be joined by Gov. Chris Christie of NJ (oh yeah). 6:30pm @ the Natatorium.
"We don't nominate Chris Christie we get Mitt Romney and we lose" The 'more honest Ann Coulter"
Chris Mathews and the rest of the MSNBC crowd is having a complete mental breakdown. Chris Christie was exactly right. Mitt Romney turned the entire race "Upside Down."
Governor Christie may not have read the Mitt Romney campaign memo lowering expectations for tomorrow night’s debate with President Obama in Denver.
Can you picture it? Mitt Romney in a Frankenstein make-up and Paul Ryan dressed as Eddie Munster? Ann Romney as Marilyn? Michelle Bachman as Lily? And...Chris Christie as "Spot"...the dragon under the stairs. that ate anything! John Boehner as a thin Grampa Munster would round out the cast...
Candy Crowley says Gov. Chris Christie defies conventional wisdom by predicting his candidate, Mitt Romney, will do well in Wednesday night's debate.
Video on msnbc.com: Will Mitt Romney use zingers to throw off President Obama during the debate this Wednesday? The New York Times reports Romney has been practicing them on his staff since August. Democratic strategist Chris Kofinis and Republican strategist Susan Del Percio join Ed Schultz to disc...
Tonight's show: The New York Times says my home state of Iowa may decide the presidential election. If so, what does that mean? Weekend News & Views on Chris Christie raising expectations on Romney and Todd Akin, and more. Your phone calls on what you think Mitt Romney needs to do in the first presidential debate on Wednesday. Craig Columbus on the Conscience of Capitalism.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said Sunday onFace the Nationthat he thinks the presidential race will be “turned Upside Down” on Thursday morning after GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama debate each other for the first time on Wednesday evening in the first 2012 ge...
Chris Christie told NBC's David Gregory that Romney was going to change the entire narrative of the campaign on Wednesday's debate.
I watched Governor Christie's multiple appearances on the Sunday morning talk shows today. The New Jersey Governor is to Mitt Romney what Bill Clinton is to President Obama. He explains things so much more clearly and credibly than the candidate does. So let's cut out the extra noise and just have a debate between Chris Christie and Bill Clinton!
David Gregory just asked Chris Christie how Mitt Romney can "GO LARGE" in the campaign on Meet The Press. I guess this is the "Ask the Experts" section of the show.
Newt Gingrich gave Mitt Romney some free advice for upcoming debates with Barack Obama. Isn't that kind of like Kirstie Alley giving Chris Christie dieting tips?
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. ...
Today, at 2:30 PM, I am heading out to the Turtle Cove driving range with my former student, music writer Nick Murray, to catch up and take out our aggressions on some golf balls. I always hit the ball further when I imagine faces of the people's enemies on the ball, so today, my targets will be Mitt Romney, Michelle Rhee, Rahm Emmanuel,Chris Christie, Michael Bloomberg, and Andrew Cuomo- teacher haters all. With those faces on the ball, I should be able to go 270 or 280 with my driver if I have a stiff breeze at my back
Focus returns to fight for workers' rights in general election AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders on MSNBC's Jansing & Co. with host Chris Jansing As the 2012 general election starts in earnest, it has become clear why November matters for AFSCME members and working families of all stripes across the United States. Governors Chris Christie, John Kasich and Scott Walker and their attacks on public service workers were featured at the Republican National Convention last month. Presidential nominee Mitt Romney, who stood behind Kasich's failed Senate Bill 5 "110 percent," has not been any better, promising to sign a national right-to-work-for-less bill into law. Governors Christie, Kasich and Walker were all recognized during the Republican National Convention for their attacks on public workers and the services they provide. Their policies and tactics were even written into the party platform which applauds governors who attack public employees and their unions, encourages paycheck deception laws and—for the first ...
It's time for Gov. Chris Christie (Republican Convention Key-Note-Speaker for Mitt Romney) to investigate his own state; the political corruption dealing with New Jersey's Supreme Court, the Office of Attorney Ethics, Robert Correale, Esq and his former law firm, Maynard & Truland, and all politicians who have protected them.
Starring the cast of: Michelle Obama as Princess Leia Bill Clinton as Obi-Wan Kenobi President Obama as Luke Skywalker Paul Ryan as Darth Mual Mitt Romney as Darth Vader Clint Eastwood as the evil Sith Lord Emperor and Chris Christie as the vile Jabba the Hut
"Mitt Romney mentioning the middle class, is like Chris Christie mentioning Salad." - Dennis Leary
You want a good way to check the temperature on this election? Go to YouTube, search for Ann Romney's speech at the RNC, compare the amount of views with the likes vs dislikes. Then, search for Michelle Obama's speech at the DNC, check the same stats. THEN, do the same thing with Mitt Romney's speech vs Barack Obama's. Also, while you're at it, look up Clint Eastwood's speech and compare it to Bill Clinton's. You're going to notice something INCREDIBLY evident, and above all the lies, rhetoric, angsty partisan sword thrusting, that thing that is so evident is complete honesty on who the American People feel they can relate to and who they believe has their best interests at heart. And it's not Mitt Romney, Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, Ann Romney or anyone else that spoke at the RNC. It's the platform of the democratic party. People like it, the majority likes it. Those numbers were not conducted by some "biased" pollsters, those numbers are your access into the honest opinions of hundreds of thousands of Am ...
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 ...
Thank God I learned how to click the "unlike" button on Mitt Romney...Thanks Marla for letting me know about this..whats next...Jim likes Chris Christie and Glen Beck??
Strange Fun Fact: Ted Kennedy mentioned Mitt Romney's name more than Chris Christie, Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich.
Where are the real Republicans? Did Chris Christie eat them all? They are the party of Abe Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Barry Goldwater, and Earl Warren. Does anyone really think they would recognize this party now? Please post your Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, and of course Chris Christie jokes here. I love 'em!
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' ...
The GOP Convention has been very good. They have a deep line-up of young, competent, well spoken and diverse leadership. From Arthur Davis to Mia Love to Ann Romney to Chris Christie to Condaleeza Rice to Rand Paul to Governor Martinez to Paul Ryan and to Mitt Romney, the GOP is poised to lead. Some think Mitt Romney is too quiet and too stiff. Well, I say, "Let him be himself." He is obviously very capable and is not afraid to surround himself with other strong leaders, letting them use their talents and skills. The DNC Convention will be quite different. Rather than being able to draw from young, bright, future, and diverse leadership, they are having to reach way back to former President Bill Clinton. And most of their other speakers are all of one ilk. By taking this approach, the DNC is actually, but likely not intentionally, sending out a clear message of weakness and lack of leadership not only to their own party, but to the whole nation.
Last night in Tampa, FL, Ann Romney wowed the crowd. She was personable, personal, and did her best to make her husband relatable. Tonight's Republican Convention was the same. At the same time, the Democratic National Convention was rounding out its list of speakers. While Ann Romney, Chris Christie, and the rest of the Republicans are focused on the future of this country and the way to create jobs, the Democrats are turning their convention into a celebration of the right to kill kids. Hiding behind the euphemism of “women’s health” and the “war of women,” the Democrats intend to trot on stage all manner of radical abortion supporters, from Cecile Richards of Planned Parenthood to Nancy Keenan of NARAL to Sandra Fluke who still insists tax payers subsidize the sexual habits of Americans. The Democratic Convention has turned into an abortion fest where speaker after speaker will try to convince Americans that Mitt Romney wants to send women back to the fifties, as Barack Obama’s campaign web ...
Ann Romney was wonderful last night and spoke about her love of her family and the importance of family. Chris Christie on the other hand spoke about himself for twenty minutes and the impact of an overbearing mother on his life. A mother who spent years as a board of education member in Livingston, N.J. and taught him how to hate teachers. He bashed teachers for about ten minutes, but did not speak about what he did to the police and firefighters in New Jersey. As he ended his speech, he reminded me of Jack Nicholson in “A Few Good Men” trying to defend his methods. “The Truth, You Can’t Handle The Truth.” He ended by telling people that he would stand with them, if they stood with him. Excuse me but who is running for president, him, or Mitt Romney.
People are angry about this, but I won't attack Juan Williams for his comments. Actually, I thought Ann Romney came across as stiff and uncomfortable--especially in the opening. As it went on, it was much better and all in all a great speech. From Juan's liberal POV, I can understand why he'd think she came across that way. My thinking is that she was nervous--I know I sure as *** couldn't deliver a speech to thousands live and millions across the globe. Juan Williams is definitely a lefty, but he is pretty fair. In the same conversation, he was the only one who liked Chris Christie's speech while others were complaining about him not mentioning Mitt Romney until 20 minutes into it.
Ann Romney, resplendent in red, vouched for Mitt Romney's heart. Chris Christie, in a combative, but round about way, vouched for the Republican presidential candidate's spine. The potential future first lady and the blunt-talking New Jersey Governor capped the second day of the Republican National ...
If you are a liberal and you got all bent out of shape by the Republican Convention tonight, I have an observation. I didn't watch it. Not because I don't care or because I don't have any interest. I didn't watch tonight because I was too busy electing Democrats to government. Had about 30 people in my office making hundreds of calls. If you are upset by the Ryan budget and Todd Akin and Chris Christie and Mitt Romney and whatever local Republican is saying or doing something stupid, then I suggest you get in the game and quit standing on the side line. Politics is not a spectator sport. Come on in. The water is fine.
Just finished watching video of Mia Love, mayor of Sarasota Springs, UT, Rick Santorum, former PA senator & pres candidate, Chris Christie, NJ gov & Ann Romney give speeches at the GOP convention. Very good speeches. Not sure how close folks watched or paid attn, but I have a habit of looking at people when they show them and study the way they react. Watched Romney. Curious to see how he responded to the way people spoke about him. The camera showed him numerous times when Christie was speaking. He looked... humbled, almost embarrassed to have Christie speak of him the way he did. Then, when Ann finished speaking, Mitt Romney came out to her on the stage and they walked off together. But, when he walked up to her, the admiration, love and pride beamed... his eyes were filled with only her. It almost seemed as though no one else was there... just her. The speeches were very good, great even... but... THAT, Romney's reaction, was the best part. I had not seen that before. I also didn't know they ate only m ...
At the RNC Gov. Chris Christie of N.J. said Mitt Romney will tell you the hard truth, oh yeah..how about tax return's..Bain Capital..Swiss bank account's..Cayman Island's account's.When he lose's he should open a chain of sandal store's calle'd the FLIP FLOPPER..LMAO
N.J. Gov. Chris Christie speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about his upcoming keynote speech at the Republican National Convention, the GOP brand, Mitt Romney's likeability and more.
Chris Christie finally uttered Romney's name in his speech at the very end and Romney didn't seem to be moved by his words. Especially the "Mitt Romney will lead us by telling the hard truths" line. Where's the truth regarding your taxes? What's the truth on Bain Capital? Why is it that he refuses to condemn his ads on Obama and welfare that the Washington Post has said is not based on any facts? Please give us the hard truths! Oh yeah that's right as mentioned today your " campaign ads will not be dictated by fact-checkers" that makes sense.
Well I can official conclude after about 6 years now, Megyn Kelly is still my celebrity crush. That's 90% of what I got from tonight's coverage of the RNC. I was a little confused that Chris Christie could be the nominee until the last 5 minutes of his speech when he clarified it was Mitt Romney. But actually I thought his speech was pretty badass and was a good pep talk.
On behalf of all Muslims, I'd like to thank Mitt Romney for not picking Chris Christie as his VP...lord knows the first time Air Force Two would have to make an Emergency Landing because of an overload of cargo, us Muslims would be to blame...
Don't take this as my endorsement for Obama (I'll be voting for Jill Stein) but Chris Christie is such trash. He ruined half the things that I love about my home state.
Really proud to see that it was NJ pushing Mitt Romney over the top in delegates today. The roll call was in order and the Garden State's 50 delegates gave him enough for the nomination. Looking forward to hearing Chris Christie speak tonight. Potus radio on XM and cspan running 24/7.
The Republican Convention is underway, and here’s a quick summary of the speakers: Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, Scott Walker, Rick Santorum, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio. Now, read that again and imagine it’s a list of President Romney and his cabinet.
New Hampshire's former Republican Governor John Sununu laid out the contrast we can expect between tonight's two keynote speeches at the Republican National Convention from Chris Christie and Ann Romney.
Good read... By KIMBERLEY A. STRASSEL Tampa, Fla. Republicans meet at the Tampa Bay Times Forum this week to spell out their vision for the country. It needn't be an exercise in imagination. The party's transformative spirit is already on vivid display, thanks to a crop of reformist Republican Governors. With the GOP stymied in Washington, these state leaders—from Chris Christie in New Jersey to Scott Walker in Wisconsin—have become the heart of the conservative movement, many pursuing the sort of thorough overhauls of government once considered impossible. In many cases, the changes are already showing dramatic, positive economic results. Think of the reform governors as the vanguard of the far-reaching policy reforms that Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan now want to bring to the national arena. "If you want a sense of what the party is, what it really stands for, and what it can do, this is the right place to start," says one of the trailblazers, Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels. He has cut his state's budget, r ...
Chris Christie gives the keynote address tonight. Usually the keynote address is saved until later on in the convention, instead of the first day, but he is. He will most definitely be the 2016 republican nominee for president unless somebody knew comes along and republicans are concerned that like Bill Clinton did to Dukakis in 1988 and what Obama did to John Kerry in 2004, four years before they eventually were the nominees themselves, that Governor Christie will overshadow Mitt Romney. Tell me, is there anyone who has a bigger shadow than Chris Christie?
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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie didn't want to give up his position to run with Mitt Romney because he feared they would lose, the New York Post reported, citing tax returns and foreign gaffes among other factors
5. Republicans - Hurricane Isaac has postponed the start of the Republican National Convention — a.k.a. "Comic-Con with bowties" — until tomorrow, which means conservatives get one fewer day of trying very, very hard to sound excited about Mitt Romney. Canceled events include a Todd Akin Powerpoint ...
Former Florida governor and Republican Chris Christie has endorsed Obama, saying, "As Republicans gather in Tampa to nominate Mitt Romney, Americans can expect to hear tales of how President Obama has failed to work with their party or turn the economy around," Crist writes. "But an element of their party has pitched so far to the extreme right on issues important to women, immigrants, seniors and students that they've proven incapable of governing for the people. Look no further than the inclusion of the Akin amendment in the Republican Party platform, which bans abortion, even for rape victims." He also said, "I applaud and share (Obama's) vision of a future built by a strong and confident middle class in an economy that gives us the opportunity to reap prosperity through hard work and personal responsibility. It is a vision of the future proven right by our history."
I'm sick of the following people: Scott Brown, Elizabeth Warren, Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, Chris Christie, and all of these stupid politicians. Sick of the sound bites, sick of the ads, sick of the finger pointing, sick of it all. As my co-worker's screen saver says, "Make the stupid people shut up!"
Here's a good read. Last week, Mitt Romney picked Paul Ryan, the Republican architect of Congress's radical right-wing budget plan, as his running mate. Ryan has previously cited Rage Against the Machine as one of his favorite bands. Rage guitarist Tom Morello responds in this exclusive op-ed. Paul Ryan's love of Rage Against the Machine** is amusing, because he is the embodiment of the machine that our music has been raging against for two decades. Charles Manson loved the Beatles** but didn't understand them. Governor Chris Christie loves Bruce Springsteen** but doesn't understand him. And Paul Ryan is clueless about his favorite band, Rage Against the Machine. Ryan claims that he likes Rage's sound, but not the lyrics. Well, I don't care for Paul Ryan's sound or his lyrics. He can like whatever bands he wants, but his guiding vision of shifting revenue more radically to the one percent is antithetical to the message of Rage. I wonder what Ryan's favorite Rage song is? Is it the one where we condemn the ...
We know John Mccain, Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, Chris Christie, Grover Norquist and a host of others are compliant. Gingrich and Bachmann are the only two prominent Republicans I've seen make statements that are pointedly non-compliant. Here are examples compliant/non-compliant: First Romney then Gingrich. "If you want my views on Islam, it's quite straightforward. Islam is one of the world's great religions and the great majority of people in Islam want peace for themselves and peace with their maker. They want to raise families and have a bright future. There is, however, a movement in the world known as jihadism. They call themselves jihadists and I use the same term. And this jihadist movement is intent on causing the collapse of moderate Muslim states and the assassination of moderate Muslim leaders. It is also intent on causing collapse of other nations in the world. It's by no means a branch of Islam. It is instead an entirely different entity. In no way do I suggest it is a part of Islam." -MITT ROMN ...
Mitt Romney's announcement that Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan will be his running mate dominated the week in political humor, but Jimmy Fallon, Jon Stewart, David Letterman and the rest of the late night TV hosts had no problem coming up with material on the would-be Vice President. While all the hosts h...
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Whenever a Republican speaks their mind with no filter (Chris Christie, Allen West, Rick Santorum, Michele Bachmann, John Boehner, Joe Wilson) it is revered within their party as being ballsy, outspoken, and honest. When a Democrat (Joe Biden, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton) does it, it's disrespectful and according to conservatives they should resign. Yeah, okay. From now on, every time Mitt Romney or any Republican speaks Barack Obama should just start calling them *** and scream, *** no you can't!" Then say, "I'm quoting Gov. Christie and Speaker Boehner. Why, is it rude?"
An oldie but goodie: Ann Coulter speaks candidly about Mitt Romney and Chris Christie.
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?
Billions of dollars began pumping through the American economy in 2009 as part of the stimulus program started by President Barack Obama, but somehow Gov. Chris Christie missed that. While campaigning on Nov. 9 in New Hampshire for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, Christie took to the ...
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