Chris Christie & Republican Party

Christopher James Chris Christie (born September 6, 1962) is the 55th and current Governor of New Jersey. The Republican Party is one of the two major contemporary political parties in the United States, along with the Democratic Party. 5.0/5

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Chris Christie, in this moment, is the entire Republican Party.
Chris Christie on MSNBC: The Republican Party is the party of Trump. . Paul Ryan: *gulp*. Democrats all over the country: SCHWING!
Chris Christie is the Fredo Corleone of the Republican Party.
Only in the Republican Party would Chris Christie's personality be a *selling point* for a head of state.
Republican Party presidential hopeful Chris Christie calls for war with China
Rick Perry represents the same wing of the Republican Party as does Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney and Chris Christie. Sorry not So…
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.
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Wall Street is one of the biggest sources of funding for presidential campaigns, and many of the Republican Party's potential 2016 contenders are governors, from Chris Christie of New Jersey and Rick Perry of Texas to Bobby Jindal of Louisiana and Scott Walker of Wisconsin. And so, last week, the GOP filed a federal lawsuit aimed at overturning the pay-to-play law that bars those governors from raising campaign money from Wall Street executives who manage their states' pension funds. In the case, New York and Tennessee's Republican parties are represented by two former Bush administration officials, one of whose firms just won the Supreme Court case invalidating campaign contribution limits on large donors. In their complaint, the parties argue that people managing state pension money have a First Amendment right to make large donations to state officials who award those lucrative money management contracts. With the $3 trillion public pension system controlled by elected officials now generating billions ...
After two long, drawn-out, bipartisan, and totally lost wars in Afghanistan and Iraq that aren’t even over yet, it’s finally clear exactly why American foreign policy has gone so tragically wrong in the 21st century. The culprit, at least according to the leading lights of the Republican Party and the Obama administration, is what Gov. Chris Christie excoriated last summer as “this strain of libertarianism that’s going through both parties...a very dangerous thought.” Libertarians, says Gov. Rick Perry, are just nouveau isolationists and “isolationist policies make the threat of terrorism even greater.” Writing in National Journal,Washington Post columnist and former George W. Bush speechwriter Michael Gerson compared libertarian pols like Sen. Rand Paul to isolationist Sen. Robert Taft, who notoriously opposed American intervention in World War II and attacked the Nuremberg Trials as illegitimate. You got that? It’s not our go-it-alone crusaderism and robust military presence all over the ...
Chris Christie gave a speech on foreign policy. Even now, what unites the Republican Party is a love of blowing other countries up.
Attn all democrats... The majority of the Republican Party does NOT want Chris Christie for president. The left is not going to pick our candidates this go round. Oh and by the way, you can also stop your convenient fake love affair with John Mccain.
The truth is starting to win and beat back the RINO's in the GOP. After that we'll wipe out the DNC (Democratic National Crime syndicate). Then we can take back America. Here's the results of the latest poll. The poll also found that while 48% identified more with the "traditional Republican Party," 42% said they identified more with the "Tea Party Movement." In addition, "50% of participants identified with being an "economic conservative concerned about jobs, economic growth, and debt," while "35% of participants identified with being a "social conservative concerned about moral values, protecting the family, and pro-life." Here are the complete results of the poll, which was conducted March 18-20th: 1. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) - 13% Fmr. Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-AR) - 13% 3. Fmr. Gov. Jeb Bush - 11% (R-FL) 4. Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) - 9% Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) - 9% 6. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) - 6% Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) - 6% 8. Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) - 5% 9. Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) - 3% Fmr. Sen. ...
'There's a lot of skepticism in the Republican Party if one-time star Chris Christie can come back.'
Gov. Chris Christie (R- New Jersey) is coming to Memphis to raise money for Washington D.C. ( Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn, Sen. Lamar Alexander etc..) Republicans from Tennessee and to raise his profile for President... What baffles my mind is the fact that Christie actually thinks after closing bridges, not providing money to Suburban Cities with Democratic Mayors in New Jersey after the Hurricanes tore the Jersey shore, and even making his staff scapegoats for all of his wrong doing, that the people would even consider him as a Presidential candidate? Personally, even though I am the most liberal of Democrats, I thought that the Republican Gov. would not have been a bad nominee for the Republican Party. In retrospect, I WAS WRONG! In the end, I am not surprised at Christie's arrogance... Many Republicans in the 21st Century, are arrogant, out of touch, people that lack ideas to push our Country forward... So I guess Christie's behavior is typical...
If the Tennessee Republican Party wanted to do something to hurt Joe Carr’s efforts and help Lamar Alexander, they could not have chosen a better speaker for that purpose than Chris Christie.
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OXON HILL, Md. - A measured Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey, returning to the national political spotlight at a convention of conservative activists on Thursday, chided Washington for its political dysfunction, played up his social conservatism and urged the Republican Party to broaden its electoral appeal, warning that "we've got to start to talk about what we are for and not what we are against." Mr. Christie, long a proponent of pragmatism over ideology, told the audience at the Conservative Political Action Conference here that "we don't get to govern if we don't win." "Please, let's come out of this conference not only resolved to stand for our principles, but let's come out of this conference resolved to win elections again," he said. But even as Mr. Christie delivered subtle advice to his party, he did not use the closely watched speech to offer a full-throated challenge to his party's conservative wing, as he had in the past. Instead, he seemed to take a more cautious approach at a moment when h ...
Shorter Chris Christie/Republican Party: We haven't delivered on any of our promises, therefore we need new promises.
Chris Christie got STAND OVATIONS at CPAC yesterday!!..The Media has been trying to destroy him over the "Bridge scandal" in New Jersey and I think they WAY over played that situation!!..Christie will CRUSH Hillary Clinton in a debate and I truly think he is the best chance to win back the White House for the Republican Party in. 2016!
Chris Christie at CPAC Kisses Big Time *** Working for Financial Assistance From the Koch Brothers Chris Christie Admits GOP is Fighting for the Koch Brothers at CPAC In a rare moment of honesty, Chris Christie spoke the truth about what the Republican Party stands for at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) today. Christie told the audience Republicans need to have a positive message as he proclaimed: We have to start talking about what we’re for and not continuing to rail against what we’re against is because of one simple reason, our ideas are better than their ideas. And according to Chris Christie, what are Republicans for? They are for the Koch Brothers. Christie blasted Democrats and defended the Koch Brothers by stating: What they’re for in Washington, D.C. is to have the leader of the Senate Democrats stand up and rail against two American entrepreneurs (the Koch Brothers) who have built a business, created jobs and created wealth…Harry Reid should get back to work and sto ...
Ok so one of the comments, in particular, at the CPAC Convention, was really disturbing to me!! There was not one thing of substance was said there...nothing that the Republican Party has on policies...nothing!!! This entire Convention was nothing more than an Obama bash session..let's see who can get in the best one liner!!! They even invited Chris Christie this year...WOW...wonder why!!! Now to Paul Ryan and his little story that I am having a problem with...Sooo, Paul Ryan tells the story of this little poor boy that no longer wanted the free lunch that he was on at school...why??? He says that the little boy wanted the lunches that were in the brown paper bags, cause the kids with the lunches in the brown paper bags had someone at home who cares about them...insinuating poor people don't care about their kids!!! Well there you have it Republican Party...this is how your Front Runner for 2016 feels about the poor in our Country!!! I can't deal!!!
The New Jersey Republican Party sent a fundraising email to supporters Wednesday that attempted to use the scandals surrounding Gov. Chris Christie (R) as an incentive for potential donors.
There is long-simmering tension between Chris Christie and Rick Perry, two of the Republican Party's biggest personalities.
As last night's events in Newark show, where Governor Christie's school dictator Cami Anderson was chased out of a School Board meeting, and as the anti-Common Core resistance around the nation also demonstrates, teachers, parents and students will not passively accepted the packaged, undemocratic solutions that "elected officials, business leaders and philanthropists" are trying to shove down their throats. They are starting to fight back and demand that the people on the ground, in schools and communities, should have the primary voice in shaping education policy, not Bill Gates, or Chris Christie, or Rick Snyder, or Eli Broad, or Rahm Emmanuel or the North Carolina legislature. The President doesn't get it, nor do most leaders of the Republican Party. But BATS get it. And we will make sure the resistance multiplies.
Unaccountable Hillary Clinton Brent Bozell | Jan 24, 2014 Brent Bozell Recommend this article Recommend 216 65 CNN anchor Jake Tapper blandly admitted the obvious in a radio interview with conservative host Hugh Hewitt. The same reporters that insist their former Republican Party favorite Chris Christie is ruined for 2016 by traffic jams on a bridge are letting Hillary Clinton skate for embassy-security neglect that led to four dead government employees at Benghazi. Why would so-called watchdogs of government suggest Clinton is a shoo-in in 2016 as if Benghazi never happened? Tapper strangely suggested that Benghazi always seemed like more of a White House scandal than a State Department scandal, and I don't blame him, because Clinton didn't grant him an interview. "Hillary Clinton was on her way out, and you know, I can't tackle her," he said in self-defense. "I haven't had a chance to interview her since Benghazi happened. I don't even know, has she done interviews? I think she did some interviews on he ...
I think Ailes has surpassed the Republican Party. Fox is driving the set of stories and the mission in a way that – it’s not that Ailes is doing it to help the Republican Party, Ailes has his own agenda. He is bigger than the Republican Party. He has a meeting, which I report on in the book, and he expresses disdain for the Republican Party — he jokes at one point that the GOP couldn’t organize a one-car funeral. So you know, to your question, why Ailes and not somebody else, I think because there is just a legitimate power vacuum in Republican politics. I mean, the biggest power center on the right in American life right now is Fox News. It is the toll booth that Republican politicians have to go through to speak to Republican primary voters. And Ailes has created an empire that effectively controls the message on the right. That’s why I write about him being the closest thing we have right now in American politics to a party boss. Let’s take three motives: Winning profit for Fox News, winnin ...
(CNN) -- It's been a rough week for the Republican Party, what with former Governor Mike Huckabee invoking "libido" in the birth control debate, and the ongoing controversy swirling around New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's re-election campaign and the state's Republican Party committee have received subpoenas from federal prosecutors.
Chris Christie is being presented as being 'attacked' by the Democrats in order to shove him down the throats of the Republican Party. America's one and only political party is clever. It gets what it wants.
In 2016, the Republican Party will salivate for a win in the Presidential Election after what will have seemed like an eternity of not having one of their own in the White House. Despite New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie seemingly being in the same mold as the last two failed GOP nominees (a moderate,…
Chris Christie is shocked Republican aids would shut down a bridge? Dude, your party shut down the entire federal gov…
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Word to the Republican party. Chris Christie truly is a lightweight. Surprising but true dat.
Chris Christie just proved to the Republican Party that he is Presidential material by screwing the citizens of his state for his own good and that of the corporations that won't have to pay any taxes.
Former Vice President *** Cheney believes Chris Christie is a “promising figure” within the Republican Party, but he wouldn’t go as far as endorsing the New Jersey Governor in a 2016 bid for the GOP presidential nomination.
Full Tilt News: Gov. Chris Christie. Progressive liberal. Liar! Liar! Any Congressmen or Governor who backs "Christie" I am not on their side. Christie is for Obama care. Christie is for allowing illegal aliens into the Country. Christie will spend another $10 Trillion dollars. Chris Christie will keep the current Communist Janet Yellen. At the head of the Federal Reserve Bank. The women has Communist, written all over her face. They need to take the word, "Reserve" out of it. Call it, Federal "Stealing" Bank OMG Jeb Bush will be VP... Progressive they are! Will be a big black mark on the Republican Party. Yes it will!
Chris Christie to Republican Party: Follow my lead - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Sunday offered his...
NBC News poll: If New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie runs for president in 2016, he would likely face the dual challenges of uniting a fractured Republican Party and besting a formidable Hillary Clinton in a general election.
Bernie Goldberg said on the O'Reilly factor tonight that calling Chris Christie a RINO (anyone to the left of Ted Cruz) is an insult and that the real RINOs are the ones in the Tea Party and hard right whose allegiance is not with the Republican Party but to their particular own brand of conservatism and by doing so it will get Hillary Clinton elected in 2016. . . .Well tooo f'ing bad Bernie we're tired of Republicians that not only compromise with the democrats but also meet their every demand and if that's the case in 2016 sooo be it ! !
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) went on four morning talk shows on Sunday to tout his sweeping re-election victory as a model for the Republican Party nationwide, but the prospective 2016 presidential contender carefully refrained from staking a position on contentious issues such as immigration…
Chris Christie will cap his landslide reelection in New Jersey by taking the reins of the Republican Governors Association, a platform that promises to enhance his stature as a leader of the Republican Party and 2016 frontrunner but also threatens to tether him more firmly to the tattered GOP brand.
It's a bittersweet moment that we face today. First, I offer a champagne toast to the patriot Ken Cuccinelli for his outstanding effort in Virginia. Second, I am quietly outraged by the numerous reports today that the Republican Party deliberately WITHHELD available funding for the Ken Cuccinelli campaign ... and instead gave it to the Chris Christie campaign, which didn't even need the money. E-mails and text messages have become the defacto form of communication in our moment of history. However, there is no substitute for a simple hand-addressed and written note. A hand-composed letter speaks volumes about the writer's commitment and passion to the message delivered. Tonight I present to you the names and office mailing address of the key leadership of the Republican Party (below). This weekend I will visit a Barnes & Noble and purchase four (4) "blank" greeting cards to send to these four individuals. The message will be brief, professionally written, and yet will clearly denounce their traitorous act ...
For 2016 "Chris Christie is now the Front Runner of the establishment wing of the Republican Party," says
Chris Christie's re-election as New Jersey's governor gives Republican party major boost in battle to recapture th...
this is the direction Chris Christie wants to take the Republican Party
A year ago Chris Christie said the Republican Party does not have to cater to women. Imagine! 52% of our population!;-)
One can only hope that wiser heads rule in the Republican Party...and Chris Christie doesn't continue to be touted as "the Republican Nominee in 2016". Despite Easy Win, Christie Still at War With GOP Base By John Gizzi By winning Tuesday night in a landslide election for his second term as governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie moved so far to the left, it may be difficult for him to win the Republican nomination for president come 2016. The GOP governor won in one of the bluest states — where President Barack Obama beat Republican Mitt Romney by 18 points in 2012. To win, Christie had to morph close to not only blue-state values and views, but become close to Obama himself — and he did just that. Key positions Christie has taken in New Jersey — backing Al Gore's view that global warming is "for real" and caused by humans; his public slamming of the National Rifle Association and conservatives such as GOP Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky; his acquiescence to *** marriage — all will come back to haunt h ...
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WHAT TODAY'S ELECTION RESULTS TELL US ABOUT THE 2014 AND 2016 ELECTIONS It's been a year since Republicans were dealt crushing blows in the 2012 election — losing the presidency, failing to gain control of the Senate, and losing House seats. On Tuesday, three of the country's biggest elections will serve as important bellwethers for the party, each for their own reasons. In New Jersey, there is a candidate in Gov. Chris Christie on his way to an improbable landslide victory in a blue state, and he is urging Republicans to follow his lead nationally. In Virginia, gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli represents the conservative wing of the party who has not been able to sway voters in his state. And in Alabama, the two factions of the Republican Party are duking it out in a heated primary that serves as the first test of the GOP establishment's proclamation to root out "anti-business" members of Congress after the shutdown and fight over raising the debt ceiling. New Jersey and Virginia Over the past f ...
I've heard alot of talk about moderates won't do anything for the Republican party to win the White House. Before you start making fat jokes, read what I have to say about Chris Christie. Republicans tend to be less likely to vote across the aisle. Democrats tend to occupy the area of the spectrum from independents to hardcore liberals. The Republicans, especially after the Tea Party came into town and made a name for itself, will retain a straight party vote. By my estimates, at least 90% percent of the Republican Party will vote for the Republican candidate, regardless of who he is or how strong. Christie has shown remarkable influence in independents and has crept into the Democratic side of the aisle, winning the admiration of minorities and liberals alike. Some liberals I've talked to have said they'd pick Christie over Clinton in 2016. He may not be the most conservative, but he's the most electable and he has a far better chance at the White House than McCain or Romney did. He practically turned Ne ...
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Chris Christie is looking to win in a landslide in New Jersey and he wants the Republican Party to...
Mitt Romney says Chris Christie can 'save' the Republican Party, and disses Ted Cruz
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 ...
I've made this point before, but I'm pretty certain it's worth reiterating. Is the Republican Party so pathetic, that in the minds of GOP and RNC leaders, the best we can hope for in our next presidential candidate, is a Jeb Bush, or a Chris Christie - because these other moderate nominees like Romney, and McCain, and Dole, they've worked out SO WELL, haven't they? This is what I mean. Good old Jeb is on one of these morning shows, talking about what he would do in response to Obamacare. His brilliant idea (which is nothing new or brilliant...or even a real idea for that matter), is of course, like the rest of establishment Republicans, to watch the healthcare law implode under its own weight. Just let the law fall apart, and Republicans will gain the upper hand politically, once everyone sees how awful it is. In other words, do nothing now. Just wait, and reap the benefits later. THIS, is an incredibly dense human being. First, Republicans didn't want to defund Obamacare, remember? They wanted to let it ...
if Chris Christie runs for the Republican Party during the Presidential Election...gonna have to vote Independent
There won't be a republican party around to vote for Chris Christie ...He'll need the UN to vote for him.
Chris Christie and Rand Paul are some serious contenders for the Republican Party in the 2016 election. I'm not really sure who would be a seriously strong contender for the Democrat party because those who have their eyes on the oval office have some serious skeletons in their closet. Cuomo would be my pick though...
Chris Christie is constantly proving he cares more about himself than the Republican Party.
Why does anyone pay attention to Chris Christie, and why has anyone paid attention to Strom Thurmond or Jesse Helms, or Arlen Specter? Christie is behaving as though he’ll switch from the Republican Party to the Democratic Party, and Strom Thurmond and Jesse Helms switched in the other direction when Kennedy gave lip service to civil rights, and Arlen Specter switched with Thurmond and Helms before switching back! Partisan gridlock is from lack of integrity.
Gov. Chris Christie is respected for disregarding what his Republican Party tells him to do and reaching out to become the "United" states.
Newark Star Ledger Editorial About Chris Christie: Are Democrats who endorse Christie really Democrats?: Editorial Star-Ledger Editorial Board By Star-Ledger Editorial Board June 13, 2013 He pooh-poohs climate change, withdrew from the regional treaty to cut emissions, and depleted the state’s clean energy funds by $1 billion. How is it possible, you may ask, that Democrats such as Essex County Executive Joe DiVincenzo and Union City Mayor Brian Stack can endorse a stalwart Republican like Gov. Chris Christie? Yes, Christie hugged President Obama after Hurricane Sandy struck, and skewered House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) for delaying aid. His loyalty to the party has its limits. And yes, he is sensible enough to compromise on big things, and so he has scored bipartisan wins on pension reform and tenure reform. Compare Christie to his Republican brethren in Washington, and he starts to look like Abraham Lincoln. But that’s because the Republican Party in Washington has veered off the charts into a s ...
Folks, am I the only one outraged by NJ Gov. Chris Christie's failure to apt a Republican to the Senate seat; which was opened by the recent death of A Democrat Senator...? His actions are a slap in the face to every Christian/Conservative in the country and certainly an act of transgression against the Republican Party...Can he be X-communicated from the Party in some way...? If so he should be...! In any event; I swear before my Lord I will NEVER vote for Christie for any National office...! I hope you will join me in my resolve. Christie must NEVER be allowed to hold any National office.!
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Chris Christie is bad for the Republican Party and bad for America. Why? Like every other “RINO” (Republican in Name Only), he’s more than willing...
If Chris Christie is the face of the Republican Party .Ted Cruz is surely the rectum!
Why couldn't these guys run together? Elephants should know by now that there's no rule stating one candidate has to be 80 years old. Ronald Reagan is dead may he rest peacefully, but will someone please chart us a course down here GOP!! Maybe run Chris Christie with one of these guys. People that scoff at that suggestion, how did Mittens and his VP from the planet Balkor with his 700 slide PowerPoint budget work out? How about Old Man River and his PC pick of a VP in 2008? Obama stared down during the entire debates last year, and Biden laughed like the joker, and everyone was supposed to toss them out, didn't happen! America as a whole is not consumed with Benghazi and Gun rights and Chic Fil-A, they need jobs! Food money! An actualy tax return to get their *** 10 year old car fixed! Run two guys with heart that will be able to relate to common people, not this "binders full of women" garbage, just stupid! Rand Paul is truly putting himself out there, trying to grow a new Republican Party. And I'll be . ...
That's exactly what the Republican Party needs. More Sarah Palin and Rick Perry, less Chris Christie and Bob Mcdonnell.
Medicaid expansion in Mississippi may be the biggest issue in our Generation. Please read today's article in the Sun Herald "State Hospitals pressing for Medicaid Expansion". and decide if Rick Scott (R-FL), John Kasich (R-OH), and Chris Christie (R-NJ) are on the right side of this issue along with the Mississippi Hospital Association, Chris Anderson CEO of our own Singing River Health Association.The other side of this issue are Politicians who are more worried about their standing in the Republican Party then they are about the working poor in their state such as Phil Bryant (R-MS), Bobby Jindal (R-La), and last but not least Rick Perry (R- TX). If you spend 20 minutes learning the facts about this issue you will see how important it is to Mississippi and your own friends and family.
Politics Dept.: There's something very interesting about the Tea Party and Occupy when taken together. When the Tea Party broke out, the Republican Party took them seriously, embraced them, thought of them as ideological brothers in arms. Now, four years later, as the Wacky Wing of the GOP drags them down as the rest of America sees what colossal *** they all are, there are rumors floating around of Rand Paul trying to run as a third-party candidate in 2016 (since Chris Christie or someone like him seems likely to be the nominee as the Republicans desperately try to get back to the center to win another election.) Paul would draw off so much support that whoever the Democrats nominated would surely carry at least 400 electoral votes. Meanwhile, when Occupy broke out, the Democrats distanced themselves from them, seeing them as more of a lunatic fringe, too far to the left to be worth courting even if they had valid points to bring to modern progressivism (that they were a leaderless mob rather than ...
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.
So I'm thinking about how far the Republican Party has come in this regard and I can't help thinking about the clowns they trotted out last year and potential candidates for 2016. What uniform can you see Willard Romney or their wonder kid, Pinnochio Ryan wearing? What uni did Marco Rubio and Chris Christie wear. Heck how many textile mills would have to be opened and working at max capacity to make a uniform for Christie? Just wanted to share the garbage the Right passes around, I mean there's GW in his flight many missions in Vietnam? What a crock.
I think the most stupid thing the Republican Party has ever done was to let Chris Christie be the keynote speaker at the convention.
I am convinced that except for Colin Powell,Chris Christie,Condoleeza Rice and Jeb Bush,the Republican Party is on crack,and these fools want the POTUS to resign over Beyonce's performance at the ignaugaral ceremony.lawdy
Colin Powell & Chris Christie can get together & talk about when they were stars in Republican Party. Now neither party trusts them
If the GOP want to have a chance in 2016 they should start by not selecting a VP who worships Ayn Rand, the leader of one of the most selfish and hateful philosophies ever (even though her teachings basically formed the modern Republican Party). How about a ticket of NJ Gov. Chris Christie and former Chattanooga mayor Bob Corker? Them 2 teamed up against Hillary Clinton and Cory Booker might make America look less horrible.
I hope Chris Christie continues to see the light and leaves the Republican Party.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a rising star in the Republican Party, held a news conference to attack Boehner. "It was disgusting to watch," he said. "One set of Republicans was trying to prove something to another set." Christie put his finger on the dynamic that is likely to drive Republican politics for the next few years. A fair number of GOP members of Congress no doubt supported Boehner's move.
Dear Republican Party - Chris Christie is a better leader than John Boehner. And I live in Ohio. You could learn a lot from him.
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Chris Christie sounded good today, but he is still a member of the Republican party which is still the enemy of humanity
Chris Christie setting himself up to lead the republican party out of the insane asylum and back to reality. I'm a fan. The country needs it
Yes, I "liked" Chris Christie BUT only because for once the Republican Party showed through him some bipartisan agreement. He was utterly right to thank the president and if it contributed to the president's win then I thank him more. Truthfully, though the president wins in and of himself in countless ways. I wish we could elect him for a third term!
I think 2016 choices for nomination in the Republican Party will include Chris Christie, Bobby Jindal and Jeb Bush
A few days after Hurricane Sandy shattered the shores of New Jersey, Gov. Chris Christie picked up the phone to take on a different kind of recovery work: taming the Republican Party fury over his effusive embrace of President Obama.
Right now it looks like Front Runner for 2016 in Republican Party is Chris Christie. His best hope is for Terry Branstad to try a run so he can skip Iowa, otherwise he dies here. On Democratic side not yet clear who. Hillary Clinton probably won't run. Biden too. Need to wait and see on Elizabeth Warren, but she really not ready. Most likely Democrat is Sen Diane Feinstein. She is getting center stage thanks to GOP Benghazi push. Should be much clearer in 4-6 months as the visits begin.
GHNS -- Four years ago, Republicans went into the wilderness. Having lost the White House and both houses of Congress, it was time for the Grand Old Party to think again about what it was and where it was going. Fairly quickly, they found the Tea Party Movement, a new home for their anger and energy. But the Tea Party road turned out to be a dead end. It looked new at first, but was really the shrinking Republican Party – aging, white, religious conservatives – with a new set of slogans. Soon the Tea Party was hijacked by PACs and hacks like Tom Delay and Sarah Palin. Then Tea Party energy hijacked the presidential nomination process and things went downhill from there. The primaries were clown shows, producing a winner who couldn’t Etch-A-Sketch away the pandering he’d had to do to get the nomination. But as Republicans get past the stages of denial and anger, they are coming to see their problems as much deeper. Forget Mitt Romney, Hurricane Sandy and Chris Christie. Republicans lost Senate seat ...
We need to kick Chris Christie out of the Republican Party and he needs to resign as governor. I blame him for Romney's ultimate loss.
if Obama wins this election,he can return NJ Gov. Chris Christie's bearhug. If that nightmare comes true, Christie can kiss his position in the Republican Party goodbye
The Huffington Post is reporting that Mitt Romney’s campaign asked New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to appear at a rally in Pennsylvania this weekend — and got denied. The Romney rally was held at a farm in Morrisville, Pa., not more than 20 minutes from Trenton, the New Jersey capital. The physical proximity of the event to New Jersey only added to questions in the Romney campaign about why Christie chose not to come. “You can’t tell me he couldn’t have gone over there for a night rally,” a Romney campaign source told HuffPost. An aide to Christie told Huffington Post that the governor, who was scheduled to campaign for Romney before Hurricane Sandy hit, had his hands full dealing with storm damage. Christie has effusively praised Obama’s handling of the storm, dismissing conservative critics who say he’s helping the president win reelection. If “anybody is upset in the Republican Party about this, then they haven’t been to New Jersey,” the governor said Sunday. “Come see the destru ...
The author makes a great point here. We have all been praising Christie for his good work in New Jersey and his nonpartisan attitude to working with Obama and acknowledging Obama's support. All true. But there's another way to look at it. "Though a Republican Party in thrall to the Tea Party crowd talks about smaller government, it doesn’t take long for GOP governors like New Jersey’s Chris Christie to call on the federal government for assistance when a disaster like Hurricane Sandy hits their states." Constantly, and always - when these people need or want or can fanagle government assistance, they won't hesitate. How many people lining up for free federal government gasoline are going to go out tomorrow and vote for Romney?
538 is: A. The number of votes in the electoral college B. Chris Christie's target weight C. The collective I.Q. of the entire Republican Party, combined D. All of the above
Scott Brown has been running on a slogan of "vote for the person, not the party". Obviously, that's a tacit admission of just how unpopular the Republican Party is in Massachusetts. Leaving aside the question of whether Scott Brown is someone I'd vote for -- someone whose favorite Supreme Court justice is Antonin Scalia and who favors a balanced budget amendment isn't very close to my idea of someone who represents my interests -- the question is, can I really afford to do this? Let's suppose it were someone like Charlie Crist or Lincoln Chafee or Colin Powell -- relatively liberal Republicans -- or Chris Christie, who really cares about doing right by his state, but whose positions on issues are somewhat too conservative for my taste, but not crazy, or John Huntsman, who's also conservative but has some very good ideas for the financial sector -- running as a Republican against Elizabeth Warren. Could I in good conscience consider voting for him? There was a time when the answer was yes. In 1990, whe ...
Wednesday night, Christie acknowledged the odd circumstances. Chris Christie talks about President Obama touring damage from Hurricane Sandy The president said the wants to make sure there is nothing we ask for as a state that we don't get Watch video "I’m aware of all the atmospherics," he said. "I’m not in a coma. But the fact is I don’t care. There will be some folks who will criticize me for complimenting him. Well you know, I speak the truth. That’s what I do. I say what I feel and what I believe. And I’m just doing the same thing with the president of the United States." Democrats and Republicans in the state welcomed the teamwork between the Statehouse and the White House, saying that providing relief to those left homeless, without power and surrounded by floodwaters as well as rebuilding the Shore would be any governor’s first priority. Tom Wilson, a former chairman of the state Republican Party, said Christie is "honest to a fault." "He’s just being honest and telling people, ‘Lo ...
I take it all back about Chris Christie. Between him and Michael Bloomberg, the big blue states stay that way. Interesting times. Christie is a thug but, like Tony Soprano, he's not stupid. He knows New Jersey is ungovernable from the standpoint of the Republican Party's center, which will be occupied--there's that word--by Paul Ryan after Obama wins. So the Southern Strategy is adjourned, and the ideological bloodbath begins over in la-la land, where Rush Limbaugh and Grover Norquist reign. Christie wants no part of it. He thinks he can persuade Ryan to avoid the mayhem. But maybe he just becomes a blue dog Democrat.
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I like Gov. Chris Christie. Had the Republicans nominated him I might have voted for him. He shows that HE RESPECTS THE PRESIDENCY, even when it’s inhabited by the opposition. Secondly, HE HAS HEART as evidenced by the care he showed his people in the wake of the big storm. But most importantly, HE IS AN HONEST MAN! *** there may even be some rare pockets of integrity left in the Republican Party.
I love how the Republican Party touts smaller government etc. But listen to these Republican governors lining up on my TV this morning asking Obama for money. Chris Christie, Tom Corbett, if you guys want to prove you believe in smaller government, tell Obama your citizens don't need this handout... see how that goes over.
In 2016, I am going to look like a genius. Jeb Bush and Chris Christie ticket for the Republican Party. The Republican Party is out of control. They've already started talking about how crazy it has become within the party, but right after this election we will start to hear more on how crazy the party has gotten, and the need to return back to this mythical character they've created called Ronald Reagan. Leading this new GOP will be Jeb and Chris. Mark my words 2016.
With Obama's dismal record, people ask why isn't Romney kicking his butt? The answer is simple; Romney is not appealing to the majority conservative base of the the Republican Party or the independent voters. Instead, he clings to the minority Republican establishment. He needs to distance himself from the liberal dead weights like Karl Rove, Jeb Bush and Chris Christie.
There is a least 50 some days left before we vote for the Presidential Election here in our country. I really do not understand the Republican Party, In the spring of 2012 the majority of the Republicans party wanted GOV. Chris Christie to run against Obama but he decline.. And know we are a month and half away from voting and the Republican Party is supporting some one who was not even their first pic or choice! party I'm just saying think about!!! OBAMA 2012!!!
"I didn't leave the Republican Party, the party left me" --Chris Christie, GOP ex-governor of Florida
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 ...
You KNOW the Republican Party was on the ropes when Herman Cain and Chris Christie were LEGITIMATE options…
Not the speech I hoped to see from Romney. He does not have enough charisma. I do not see he can pull it off, but I still hope he can. Because Obama's re-election means the end of America as we know it and start of a new America which is gonna be another failed European Union nation. However, in these 3 days we saw lots of great young faces in Republican Party like Scott Walker, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie that makes us guaranteed that the most briliant days of America are still ahead.
In the midst of his praise of the GI Bill, public universities, and Bruce Springsteen songs, New Jersey Governor and designated Republican Party bully among bullies Chris Christie attacked unions, ...
From American Prospect:DAILY MEME: Grand Old Party POOPERS This was the Republican Party's time to shine—and pray for a boost in the polls—before the election gets real come September. But things in Tampa haven't gone incredibly smoothly. First of all, there's that pesky hurricane. Then there are the attendees' extreme efforts to confirm that the convention is "the GOP’s quadrennial ‘we love us a lotta non-white people’ fest"... ...which included throwing peanuts at a black cameraperson from CNN while yelling, "This is how we feed animals." And chanting "U.S.A.! U.S.A.!" to drown out a Puerto Rican delegate. Other unscripted entertainment has included cursing and screaming Ron Paul groupies. At least the billionaires funding the fete are having a blast, refusing to let the snafus ruin the fun on their yachts proudly flying Cayman Island flags. Chris Christie was supposed to be the exciting opening act of the week, starting the event on a high note so the party could coast through a boring policy ...
If I saw Chris Christie walking down the street & had to guess which party he was in, it would not be Republican bu ...
Chris Christie has done an unbelievable job of getting his party to forget a NJ Republican only got the job because J ...
Thanks Rev. Al! "Chris Christie is the Ralph Kramden of the Party."
I find this to be very amusing: Chris Christie, that bastion of manhood, says "the Republican party shouldn't have to 'cater' to women." But yet later Ann Romney was speaking about how her husband and the Repuke party is all for women! Can we say B.S.? Wake the heck up American! See these fools for whom they really are and keep them out of office. VOTE OBAMA/BIDEN 2012!
Chris Christie I just watched New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie, keynote speaker of the Republican Convention. He gave a fiery speech, and pushed the limited federal government philosophy of the Republican Party. Interesting, no speaker has mentioned former President George W. Bush, the Iraq War, or the Afghanistan War. Like most speakers tonight, Christie gave minimal reference to the candidate, Mitt Romney. On a human level, I like Christie. Generally, he’s somewhat humorous, which I like. But tonight, he was very serious. But when he finally mentioned the stiff candidate, Christie said Romney would tell us the “hard truth”. Was he talking about Mitt Romney, the guy who keeps running the thoroughly debunked and bogus ad claiming Obama ended welfare work requirements? It’s factually inaccurate, and everybody knows it, but Romney obviously doesn’t care. Is this the guy who will tell us the “hard truth”? In an odd way, Christie’s speech was somewhat unifying. If there’s any point on whi ...
Chris Christie is the Republican Party's biggest star since William Howard Taft.
Chris Christie time. A great mouthpiece for the Republican Party and for the conservative movement.
Chris Christie, key note speaker for the Republican Party? Give that clown a red nose and floppy shoes! And the consummate Stepford Wife Ann Romney, with her well rehearsed speech intended to portray a more "human" side to Mr. Privilege! Please, I'm ashamed I ever called myself a Republican.
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."
Ask Sharon Day who she thinks represents the future of the Republican Party, and she can't stop tossing out names: Gov. Nikki Haley of South Carolina, Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, Senate candidate Ted Cruz of Texas, Gov. Susana Martinez of New Mexico, and particularly Gov. Chris Christie of New J...
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) says that former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has 'embarrassed' the Republican Party, but former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney never has. Following Romney's devastating loss to Gingrich in the South Carolina
Is this the Republican Party's answer to (former Aussie PM) Paul Keating? Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey..
As it has become increasingly clear former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney will be the Republican Party's nominee for the 2012 Presidential Election, everyone wants to know: Who will he choose as his running mate? Some have argued in favor of Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ), while others have floated the.
Though he's denying any interest in a spot on the national ticket, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is taking a leading role in raising funds this fall for the Republican Party. The outspoken Christie, often mentioned as a potential vice presidential running mate for Mitt Romney, will headline "2012 B...
Well Ann Coulter's conservative poster boy, Chris Christie, just called the War on Drugs a failure. He's right, of course, but it has yet to be seen how this will affect him with the Republican Party establishment and punditry. That's the beauty of the truth blasted full force at the GOP during the Ron Paul campaign. The Republican Party can't unhear it, and eventually they'll realize that the only consistent conservatism is libertarianism.
I think I would pay money, not sure how see Joe Biden and Chris Christie debate if he is the VP nominee of the Republican Party. You wouldn't need a moderator...but a referee! Talking about firewirks! Now, that would be FUN!
Yesterday I had the pleasure of having breakfast at the Governor's Mansion with Governor Christie and Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno. They met with the Hispanic leadership of the New Jersey Chapter of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly. The Gov and Lt. Gov were very gracious and informative about the plans for Hispanic inclusion within the Republican Party and the need for Latino leaders in government. What I love about Chris Christie is that he'll tell you straight to your face what he thinks is right for the people of New Jersey without worrying if it's good for him politically. I'm "ALL IN!" for helping him get New Jersey back on the right track. Looking Good!
Anathema by association: Richard Grenell, Mitt Romney, Chris Christie and the "problem" of *** in the Republican Party
One of the Republican Party's rising national stars came to Gov. Scott Walker's defense in the gubernatorial recall campaign. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie joined Walker today at a campaign fundraiser and urged a crowd of supporters to rally around
What is on my mind??" I watched the news last night and listened to Grover Norquist - the God of the Republican Party - giving his orders to his minions who have sworn their oath of allegiance to him - that all the Republican nominee needs is enough digits to sign his name! And, it looks like he got his wish in Romney who is so wishy-washy that he can't make up his mind on anything. My other gripe is Chris Christie, Gov. of New Jersey campaigning for Scott Walker in Wisconsin!! Christie screams at his own constitutents when they ask questions he doesn't like. I wonder if Walker will be using him as a role model? I just keep praying that Walker loses in the recall and women stay mad until November and Romney loses too.
Chris Christie, the Republican governor of New Jersey, has been careful to say that he is not "campaigning" to become Mitt Romney's running mate, the 2012 vice presidential nominee of the Republican Party. But he's certainly open to the possibility that he would accept the job. During a visit Monday...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is the embodiment of today's Republican Party and everything it has come to represent. You name it, Christie's got it: Disingenuous, smug, nasty? Check. Robotic servant of the corporate class, foisting its lobbyists' prefabricated laws on an unsuspecting public? Ch...
Chris Christie isn't the Republican Party's "bad boy." He's its Id. He expresses the emotions they all feel but which most of them are too judicious to say out loud. That's clear by the way the party has embraced him.
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