Chris Christie & Newt Gingrich
Christopher James Chris Christie (born September 6, 1962) is the 55th and current Governor of New Jersey. Newton Leroy Newt Gingrich (born Newton Leroy McPherson; June 17, 1943) is an American politician, author, and political consultant. /5
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Someone needs to ask Newt Gingrich, Chris Christie, and Rudy Giulini (all without Gov’t jobs) about DJT being such a loyal guy to supporters
Newt Gingrich, Sarah Palin, Chris Christie, Rudy Giuliani, Pam Bondi..way to drain the swamp. Nothing says new...
I am for Chris Christie should help Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Newt Gingrich, Sheriff Clarke, Jr. and Dr. Carson.
Rudy Giuliani, Newt Gingrich, Chris Christie? Trump never said he was going to "drain the swamp" and replace it with The Walking Dead !
Sarah Palin, Gulliani, Chris Christie, Newt Gingrich & Trump.We r going 2 hit rock bottom & then maybe we can start rising back up
Trump's cabinet is going to be a delight: Chris Christie, Newt Gingrich, Ramsay Bolton, Jigsaw, Voldemort, and Satan of…
Newt Gingrich, Chris Christie, and Donald Trump not only look like pigs, they are pigs.
it says a lot that the only three Rs who will unashamedly defend Trump are Newt Gingrich, Rudy Giuliani, & Chris Christie
I love "Newt Gingrich, Chris Christie, Roger Ailes and Rudy Giuliani are the Really Desperate Housewives of Trumpw…
I'm really looking forward to seeing Chris Christie and Newt Gingrich defend this.
Say what you will about Donald Trump, but he did end both Newt Gingrich and Chris Christie's careers this week
Yes Sr. I believe with You, Gov. Mike Pence, Gov. Chris Christie and Newt Gingrich there's no stopping y'all !
Newt Gingrich went full Chris Christie last night. Sad. Rejected like a dog by Trump.
Congratulations Governor Pence. Now with Mr. Trump You, Gov.Chris Christie & Newt Gingrich there's no stopping y'all
Sources: Trump has chosen Mike Pence for VP over both Chris Christie and Newt Gingrich
Truth be told I don't know one Democrat who fears Chris Christie, Newt Gingrich, or Mike Pence (most don't know who he…
Mike Pence, Chris Christie, and Newt Gingrich are the three finalists. Who is your preference?
I really don't want to see Chris Christie or Newt Gingrich in the swimsuit competition...
IE:ppl like Newt Gingrich, Phyllis Schlafly, Sarah Palin, Chris Christie, now on enemy's list of "cult" members
That woman from Putney is a mad Republican!.Does she want Repubs like Newt Gingrich or Chris Christie to be President?
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
Same old usual and expected redneck heehaws, a bit more pi$$ing and moaning this time. Somehow not quite as funny or sad as the real life comings and goings doings and sayings of other such sterling characters as say Sarah Palin, or Newt Gingrich, or Donald Trump, or Rick Perry (last seen scarfing down the leftover chop suey left behind by Sally Canfield, deputy chief of staff to Rubio), or Pam Bondi, or Michele Bachmann, or Chris Christie, but Ted Cruz and Paul Rand are simply horror stories. Coalition? Our European allies learned the lesson from the first two innings, only an insane person keeps doing the same things over and over while expecting a different result. Bottom line, this is a Muslim affair, help them but if they are so worried about their own corrupt and undemocratic regimes, let them do something about it!
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 ...
Chris Christie having to humiliate himself to curry favor with the guy who blew millions on Newt Gingrich seems right and proper.
Jeb Bush tries to court Crony Casino Money in VegasBy Nick Sorrentino on March 24, 2014Sheldon Adelson kept Newt Gingrich alive during the the 2012 race for president. Now Jeb Bush wants some of that sweet sweet casino money. Bush is joining Chris Christie (shock,) Scott Walker, and John Kasich at a...
Senior Caroline Lynch attended the CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference) in Washington D.C. over spring break. She had the opportunity to see a lot of politicians and important people speak like Newt Gingrich, Chris Christie and Rand Paul. She also went on a tour of the capitol and the opportunity to visit some museums.
Good Saturday Morning Patriots. Are you watching any of the CPAC Speakers? Sarah Palin and Newt Gingrich will speak the last day. I am not that big on Newt these days but will probably listen to what he has to say. In the end, as a patriot, I will vote for who I like most in the primary election then who ever wins the nomination, I WILL VOTE FOR THAT PERSON! Have you heard anything you like, dislike or you think just don't fit. I like the overall idea that the theme seems to be "We're Americans first and Republicans second." Now, that isn't written anywhere but I get the feeling that MOST of the speakers so far are saying *** off LIBERALS and RINOS, we're sick and tired of listening to your crap!" Ted Cruz, Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Bobby Jindal, Rick Perry, Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorium and Rand Paul have done a bang up job so far in convincing me we can still turn this thing around. I know, they are politicians but who else do we have to listen to. I made it very clear in the fir ...
Chris Christie, Cheney the *** Newt Gingrich...we could go ON and ON and ON and ON...
So, the GOP put out a survey asking who you'd support for presidential nominees in 2016. While I'd love to see Herman Cain run again (I miss having a Godfather's Pizza here, by the way) and I always said it'd be nice to see Condoleezza Rice run for President (until she revealed her stance on the Israel/Palestinian issue during Bush's second term, when my support for her evaporated altogether), and the straw poll has old "favorites" like Jeb Bush (meh), Chris Christie (meh), Ted Cruz (I'd support him), Newt Gingrich (always liked him), Mike Huckabee (nice guy, but a has-been), Sarah Palin (oy vey with the Alaska beauty queen already), Ron Paul (oy) & son Senator Rand Paul (I like him), Rick Perry (oh, just stop already), Paul Ryan (I'd support him), and Rick Santorum (I'm really iffy on Santorum), I had to pick just three who I'd vote for if I saw their names come up on the ballot, and here are the three I chose: * Former US Ambassador John Bolton (LOVED him, but I'm voting more for the awesome 'stache tha ...
On tonight's Crossfire, Newt Gingrich and guest host Sally Kohn sparred over Chris Christie given his State of the State address today with guests Donna Brazile and Fmr. Gov. Bob Ehrlich (R-MD). Gingrich said that President Obama could learn from Gov.
Republicans have spent the week watching raptly as Chris Christie defended himself from corruption allegations. Speaking exclusively to Breitbart News, Newt Gingrich, GOP adviser Mary Matalin, and GOP strategist John Feehery have some advice for Christie: tell the truth, be himself, and get ready to go on offence once “Bridgegate” dies down. Christie spent many of the previous months since the mysterious closure of the George Washington Bridge in September belittling or dismissing claims that the closure command may have come from his office and may have had political retribution as an objective. This week, with new emails leaking that prove that senior members of his staff were involved in closing the bridge for much more than a “traffic study,” the Governor apologized and fired the implicated members of his staff. Gingrich, Matalin, and Feehery seem to agree that it is ...
Chris Christie Busts a Move on Immigration What it Means for the 2016 Presidential Campaign, Immigration Reform and the Politics of Immigration Washington, DC – Potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate and current New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed his state’s version of the DREAM Act into law yesterday. Already, some observers are trying to *** the political implications for Christie’s potential presidential run, including how a pro-reform stance might play in early primary and caucus states. Here are three key reminders about the politics of immigration in regards to Chris Christie and 2016 speculation: Republican primary voters are more pro-reform and practical and on immigration than often assumed. Poll after poll of likely Republican caucus-goers in Iowa during the 2012 cycle found that the state’s Republican electorate was more pro-reform than conventional wisdom suggested – in fact, they preferred the Newt Gingrich “let undocumented immigrants apply for legal status ...
Uh, oh, someone better get John Boehner, David Vitter, Paul Ryan, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, Bobby Jindal, Jeb Bush, Bob Mcdonnell, Marco Rubio, Michael Steele, Sam Brownback, Rudolph Giuliani, Chris Christie, Antonin Scalia, Anthony Kennedy, Clarence Thomas, John Roberts and Samuel Alito on the horn, ASAP!! -- Matthew 5:19-20 Anyone who breaks one of the least of these commandments and teaches others to do the same will be called least in the kingdom of heaven, but whoever practices and teaches these commands will be called great in the kingdom of heaven. For I tell you that unless your righteousness surpasses that of the Pharisees and the teachers of the law, you will certainly not enter the kingdom of heaven.
So I just had a debate with a group of conservatives about 2016 GOP candidates. They seem to love Ted Cruz and think he'd fit perfectly with the following for PRESIDENT: Newt Gingrich, Chris Christie, Jeb Bush. How would you explain to them why neither Gingrich, Christie or Bush are good candidates without being condescending or using profanity?
I will call out any politician who defends any portion of this administration's mass snooping. I am sick and tired of status quo politicians refusing to rock the boat. OH NO I MAY NOT GET THAT CUSHY COMMITTEE APPOINTMENT, or I might make my superiors mad... IF those PETTY WORTHLESS SELFISH pursuits are worth more to you than our children's future, you don't deserve to be voted in as dog catcher or to lick the boots of the soldiers who fought and died for a fraction of your legislative salary, heck your legislative pension. You my dear politician, are every bit as big of a problem as George Soros, Tides, Henry Kissinger, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Newt Gingrich, Chris Christie, Ann Coulter Marco Rubio and any of the other two bit progressive / establishment shills who fiddle while America BURNS. This holds true for ANY politician who takes an oath to uphold the constitution. If you give one hoot more about what the politician next door thinks, or your party boss thinks or your Association of political ...
CPAC 2013: Newt Gingrich: Bob Mcdonnell, Chris Christie should have been ... - Washington Times (blog)
nobody is confirmed yet, but others rumored are Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, and more.
Allen West, Rick Santorum, Sarah Palin, Rand Paul, Wayne LaPierre, Newt Gingrich, Ted Cruz, and Ken Cuccinelli will speak at CPAC. The most popular Rebubilican in the world, Chris Christie is not invited. American Conservatism is not a circus, it's a Star Trek convention that has been taken over by the Klingons. Enjoy losing elections, GOP.
So, apparently NJ Gov. Chris Christie is persona not grata with the "brains"@ CPAC. His crime? His position on gun control. Guns? Huh. I thought they wouldn't invite him for taking Medicaid money under an Obamacare provision, or campaigning with President Barack Obama days before the election. But here you have an unfortunately popular governor of a Blue state, someone who could give Democrats fits in 2016, and they're essentially kicking him out of the party? Works for me! But if the criteria for being at CPAC includes "having a future" in the GOP, let's see who they've got coming that have a future in their party: Michele Bachmann, Carly Fiorina, Newt Gingrich, Wayne LaPierre, Sarah Palin, Rick Perry Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Scott Walker, Allen West. Hmmm. The "future" of the party kinda looks the same as the past that is currently being rejected by voters. So much for "rebranding," huh?
...You know who Newt Gingrich is.a hybrid of ALFRED HITCHCOCK/ Chris Christie,...how REPULSIVE !
I will always support Sarah Palin in everyting she does! if she will run for senate instead of President, because of Family reasons than i will still have the same respect for her as i have now! is still have 8 second choices for President in 2016, those Are : Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, Rick Perry, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Allen West, Scott Walker, and Michelle Bachmann, and Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, John Huntsman, Paul Ryand and Marco Rubio are my last choices..
Herman Cain for president in 2016? And Vice President Marco Rubio? Dana Perino as White House press secretary. Chris Christie as secretary of defense. Bobby Jindal as secretary of state. Newt Gingrich as treasury secretary. And Charlie Crist as secretary of education. (I figure the intellectually elusive former Fla. governor could mangle the federal agency beyond repair.) And Mike Huckabee as something. I don't know yet. But we got to fit him in somewhere.
Just remember, it was Newt Gingrich that started the bullcrap class warfare story about Bain Capital. And people blamed Chris Christie?
People I DON'T want to see run for president in 2016: Jeb Bush, Newt Gingrich, Chris Christie, Rick Santorum, Bob Mcdonnell.
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 .
I know that I'm going to sound a bit like Chris Crocker (the "Leave Brittany Alone!" guy), but I really think the Republicans have to stop blaming Chris Christie for supposedly making Romney lose the election. Let's start with Romney himself, and why Hurricane Sandy and Chris Christie did nothing to seal his fate. First, everyone knew that Romney was going to lose as soon as he got the nomination. The long, drawn-out primary process, with the countless number of debates, damaged his credibility enormously amongst Republicans, as he spent most of his time, energy, and money fending off attacks from more conservative candidates (such as Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich). By the time he officially got the nomination, he was already severely bruised from what he had to go through, and the Republicans felt an enormous amount of trepidation and insecurity about having him as the nominee because he wasn't conservative enough. The fact that he couldn't even ignite and excite his own base helps explain why he lost ...
Sunday on Newt Gingrich & Gov. Chris Christie -- two guests who usually do a pretty good job actually answering questions
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. ...
So forget the presidential dabates.let's see the debates we obviously care more about. I'd like to see Michelle Malkin vs. Rachel Maddow, Bill Maher vs. Newt Gingrich and Bill O'Reilly vs. Jon Stewart. We should have Chris Matthews in there somewhere? Okay, he can spar with Chris Christie! Is that enough? Or maybe we need some celebrity death matches, like Chuck Norris and Susan Serandon's lover Tim Robbins? C'mon. What a joke we're making of the most important election in our lifetimes. THEN, are we going to run to the polls and support the funniest jokes? Or what the issues really are? I'm just curious. I'm all about a good debate, but all I see are name calling pu$$!who go to the name calling when someone disagrees with them. What a sad state of affairs. Learn to laugh at yourself, or get the *** off the comedy channel!
Strange Fun Fact: Ted Kennedy mentioned Mitt Romney's name more than Chris Christie, Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich.
Newt Gingrich, Chris Christie still locked in death battle over last bear claw at Marriott continental breakfast.
2012 Republican Convention Schedule! 8:30 am – Opening Music: “Trample the Weak” by Ted Nugent, sung by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir 9am – Tax planning seminar on how you too can pay less than 15% taxes on your millions/billions. Hosted by Bain Capital accountants. 9:30am – Discussion of Christian values and marital fidelity – Newt Gingrich presiding 10am – “Sucking up to Israel” or, “How to Subjugate National Security to a Foreign Power” – a tutorial by Sheldon Adelson. 10:30am – “Women’s Rights: What’s the Big Fuss Little Lady?” – dominated by Erik Cantor 11am -- “Why I’m Holier than Thou” -- ministered by Rick Santorum 11:30 – The Curse of Irrelevancy – sobbed by John Boehner 12pm – My Gun’s Bigger than Your’s –or “Is that a Politician in your Pocket or are you just Glad to See Me?” --telemarketed in by the NRA Break for Lunch --- provided by Chic-Fil-A 12:30pm –“ How to Buy an Election: Making the Citizen’s United Decision Work for You ...
President Obama has created at least three jobs that I know of - Bob Mcdonnell, Chris Christie, and Scott Brown.- Newt Gingrich
So the next question becomes: who will be Romney’s running mate? The fine folks at Bovada Sportsbook are one step ahead of the matter and have already come up with the odds: Who will be the Republican Vice Presidential Nominee? Marco Rubio - -2/1 Rob Portman - -3/1 Chris Christie - -9/1 Paul Ryan - -9/1 Bob Mcdonnell - -10/1 Susana Martinez - -15/1 Condoleezza Rice - -18/1 Rick Santorum - -18/1 John Thune - -20/1 Mitch Daniels - -20/1 Rand Paul - -20/1 Bobby Jindal - -25/1 Nikki Haley - -25/1 Tim Pawlenty - -25/1 Jeb Bush - -30/1 Newt Gingrich - -50/1 Ron Paul - -50/1 Sarah Palin - -50/1 Donald Trump - -100/1 Herman Cain - -100/1 Clearly, Marco Rubio and Rob Portman are the favorites but don’t be surprised if New Jersey Governor Chris Christie makes a push. He’s as honest as they come and he’s quite blunt. President Barack Obama has been questioned about his record and what he’s done over the last four years by Republicans and Christie will definitely not skirt that – or any other – topic. J ...
One of the best things about my diet and exercise program is that by the time I am through, no one will mistake me for Chris Christie or Newt Gingrich!
Politicians should talk less and sing more. They asked Newt Gingrich what he thought about his three wives. Newt sang, "Once, Twice, Three Times a Loser..." They asked Chris Christie why he didn't run for president. Chris sang, "I don't want it, you can have it, I'm too fat to run..." (Too Fat Polka.)
Through the political turmoil of the GOP nomination and now the upcoming choice of a Vice President, I have come up with my own personal top 10+1 list of possible choices for the republican party. In conjunction with my brother we have the following choices. 1.) Sarah Palin 2.) Herman Cain 3.) Ron Paul 4.) Chris Christie 5.) Rudy Juliana 6.) Jeb Bush 7.) Jan Brewer 8.) Hale Barbour 9.) Rick Perry 10.) Bobby Jindal 11.) Newt Gingrich Choose wisely Mitt Romney
Rand Paul. Marco Rubio. Chris Christie. Michele Bachmann. Newt Gingrich. Rick Santorum. Doomed. They are all doomed ... It does not matter who RMoney picks - it'll *** off half of the Republicans anyway
In spite of Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul staying in the race, Mitt Romney is going to be the GOP nominee for President. The only question remaining is who will be his Vice-President. He is weak among women and Hispanics; should he pick a woman or a Hispanic person to try to win this group? Should he go with someone who could carry a big state like Marco Rubio from Florida, or Rob Portman from Ohio? Should he go with someone more charismatic like Chris Christie from New Jersey? Since the polls show the race between Obama and Romney will be a close one, the VP pick is of major importance. Let's hope he makes the right choice . we shall see.
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