Chris Christie & Rick Scott
Christopher James Chris Christie (born September 6, 1962) is the 55th and current Governor of New Jersey. Richard Lynn Rick Scott (born December 1, 1952) is a businessman and the 45th and current Governor of the U.S. /5
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In 2010 Tea Party governors like Chris Christie and Rick Scott rejected tens of millions of $ from the Obama admin to build…
can you fill in the faces? Chris Christie, Ann Coulter, Ben Carson, Giuliani... Rick Scott, Pam Bondi, Marco Rubio
Trump's VP candidates are John Thune, Bob Corker, Chris Christie, Rick Scott...He's not interested in Diversity at all! The Racist Party!
Can't imagine a monetary crisis with Chris Christie, Andrew Cuomo, Jerry Brown, Scott Walker, Rick Scott, etc would go much more smoothly.
This is why plutocrats buy elections & stooges like Scott Walker, Rick Scott, Rick Perry, Chris Christie, et al
Which Governor would you prefer for 2016 GOP nominee: Jeb Bush, Rick Perry, Scott Walker or Chris Christie? Why?
What do Scott Walker, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Rick Perry, Bobby Jindal, and Rick Santorum have in common?... http:/…
Chris Christie is under investigation, Rick Scott is a crook, Scott Walker is under investigation, Rick Perry is indicted, Any…
Rick Perry, Chris Christie plan to attend Rick Scott's swearing-in
Will some of the Republicans still be able to serve from prison? Scott Walker, Rick Scott, Michael Grimm, Chris Christie?
Rick Scott turns again to Chris Christie for campaign help(Orlando news)
"Chris Christie calls Rick Scott a "good guy", in case you wonder why is it suddenly dark outside." **he's fat-addled**
Ugh. MT Chris Christie is campaigning for Rick Scott, probably bonding over this now→
Rick Scott and chris Christie campaigning in Florida for
Gov. Chris Christie in boca raton to support Gov. Rick Scott's "get out the vote" early voting efforts this weekend.
DEBBIE WASSERMAN-SHULTZ DNC chairwoman has used the term" he gave women the back of his hand" about Scott Walker, Rick Scott and Chris Christie! SHE IS A TERRIBLE ROLE MODEL FOR GIRLS AND SHE THINKS WOMEN ARE HELPLESS AND THE WHOLE DEMOCRATIC PARTY AND CONGRESS THINK SO TOO!!!
Rick Scott will follow up campaigning with indicted Rick Perry by campaign with Chris Bridgegate Christie:
Chris Christie visits Florida Today to campaign for Rick Scott
Had the pleasure to meet both Governor Rick Scott and Governor Chris Christie today during a campaign…
So now Ben Carson might run for president in 2016? Okay.This can be a good thing. Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio etc, they all need to stay in congress. In 2016, the GOP needs to have a governor OR someone like Ben Carson run for president. Jeb Bush needs to just go away. Even if he was a good candidate and could do good for us, I just don't think he would be the best choice. Honestly, under both other Bush's we have gone to war, 3 times is the charm they say right? Get ready to learn Russian because if another Bush becomes president, WW3 will happen. So, if we look at the governors who should run for president: -Chris Christie -Rick Perry -Rick Scott -Jack Dalrymple. What about vice prez? -Sarah Palin -Scott Walker -? Oh and to you fools who keep saying that Ted Nugent should be president, shut up. If anything, he should run for Congress. How about Sheriff Joe Arpaio? IF we take control of the congress and presidency, Sheriff Joe should become head of DHS/CBP. Then you have Sheriff Grady Judd. He shoul ...
If money equates to speech and money and speech are equal is not opposing the Minimum Wage increase akin to speech suppression? How can SCOTUS claim their ruling that money equals speech doesn't result in even the perception of corruption when Gov. Rick Scott and Gov. Chris Christie have private meetings with the Koch brothers and Sheldon Adelson?!
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is no different than Chris Christie, Scott Walker, Rick Scott or any of these Right Wing Governors.
Virginia's Governor Bob McConnell was just indicted by the Federal Government for illegal and improper use of public funds...We wait the further arrests and incarceration of Rick Scott, Chris Christie, Scott Walker and grifter slime ball car thief and arsonist Darrell Issa.!! And...if they ever dare travel outside the country they nearly destroyed... the arrest of war criminals Bush, Cheney,Rumsfeld and Rove by the International court in the Hague...'GET 'EM ALL..HANG 'EM HIGH!!"
Fresh off the heels of a political scandal in his own state, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is in Central Florida campaigning for Gov. Rick Scott.
Chris Christie gave shoutouts to 4 govs up for reelection this year: Scott Walker, John Kasich, Rick Snyder & Rick Scott.
Chris vetoed ARC tunnel. Rick Scott vetoed the with 100% fed ...
Dear Chris Christie:. Face it: when Rick Perry& Rick Scott are afraid to be seen in public w/ YOU, you're screwed.
I don't believe a word, Governor Chris Christie, or anyone involved in the Bridge scandal, says. To those, liars, God hates lairs, and YOU WILL BE FOUND OUT. And, when that happens, I think the people of N.J. affected by what happened last year, won't be happy, and the wrath of God will come down upon you! This has got to be the most vindictive and corrupt regime in that state's history. And, I thought our Governor, Rick Scott, was a *** bag.This guy is a piece of work.
It's not like the GOP has no imperial kings! => Gov. Scott Walker, Gov. Rick Snyder, Gov. Rick Scott, Gov. Chris Christie; need I say more?
Rick Scott doesn't want to be seen anywhere near Chris Christie, wouldn't be surprised if he left the State to play it safe. LO…
What makes Chris Christie's judgement suspect for me? The fact that he is campaigning for FL's Rick Scott...who is the worst Governor EVER.
Chris Christie coming to endorse Rick Scott for Governor could be an embarrassment
Chris Christie is coming to Florida for Rick Scott next week. This is the same guy whose senior staff shut down part of a bridge in retaliation for the mayor endorsing Christie’s opponent. Christie’s bullying tactics have no place in New Jersey or here in Florida. Add your name to our petition and t...
ICYMI: Chris Christie to campaign for Rick Scott in Florida
Dear Governor Herbert, Lead us, please. You are the sole decider on whether Utah will accept the $440 million dollar Medicaid Expansion--or not. You and you alone. This is clearly the most important decision of your tenure as governor. You have spent months and months commissioning reports and studies. Lots of studies. Lots of reports - and lots of money. Other governors decided long ago. Republican Governors like Arizona's Jan Brewer, New Jersey's Chris Christie, Brian Sandoval of Nevada, Susana Martinez of New Mexico, and Rick Scott of Florida have all decided it would be foolish for their state turn down millions of dollars in health care insurance. In the meantime, as you continue to dither and stall, millions of dollars earmarked for Utah families are disappearing. If we are not ready for the January roll-out, it will cost the state tens of millions of dollars a MONTH. I am sympathetic to the movement that has occurred within your party - we've all seen the push to the right, and we all know you are ...
Jan Brewer, Tom Corbett, Rick Scott, Chris Christie, Rick Perry and bunch of others gave up. Do you think they're stupid?
Think about it, why do you think Rick Scott, Chris Christie, Jan Brewer caved in? do you think they're Stupid?
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.
So you voted for people who cut education spending while handed out corporate Tax Cuts: Chris Christie, Rick Scott, Tom Corbett Happy?
Chris Christie of New Jersey and Rick Scott of Florida won’t be the last Republican Governors to expand Medicaid under the 2010 health-care law, said Trevor Fetter of Tenet Healthcare: All will do so eventually. Maine Gov. Paul LePage is one of those Republican Governors who continues to oppose expa...
Eight messages for Oklahoma's governor from her Republican colleagues (emphasis mine): "WE ARE PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST. Expanding Medicaid is the smart thing to do for our fiscal and public health. Accepting these federal resources will provide health insurance to tens of thousands of low-income New Jerseyans, help keep our hospitals financially healthy and actually save money for New Jersey taxpayers.” --Chris Christie, Governor of New Jersey, 2/26/13 “While the Federal Government is committed to paying 100 percent of the cost of new people in Medicaid, I CANNOT IN GOOD CONSCIENCE DENY THE UNINSURED ACCESS TO CARE.” --Rick Scott, Republican Governor of Florida, 2/20/13 "THIS MAKES SENSE for the physical and fiscal health of Michigan. [Medicaid] expansion will create more access to primary care providers, reduce the burden on hospitals and small businesses, and save precious tax dollars." --Rick Snyder, Republican Governor of Michigan, 2/6/13 "We are going to extend Medicaid for the working poor and fo ...
When you accidentally say that Chris Christie is the governor of Florida. Clearly it's Rick Scott
I will cross the Delaware River heading south in exactly one month from today! Good bye to Sandy, NJ Transit and Chris Christie. wait wait .. oh no... Rick Scott awaits my arrival.
I will NEVER say anything like this again so here goes: Ann Coulter was right! Last year at CPAC she said "If we don't run Chris Christie, Romney will be the nominee and we will lose." This was the one time I ever heard Ann say something sensible. To the climate change deniers, voter suppressors, "small" government proponents with way too much governmental interest in women's private parts, supporters of a straw man candidate who bent in countless directions countless times in one day (sometimes in one hour); and to *** Morris, Sheldon Adelson, the Koch brothers, Grover Norquist, Rick Scott, Jon Husted and his evil twin John Kasick - bite me. To borrow a phrase from the interwebs: we have seen a rebuke of Neanderthals (I'm looking at you, "legitimate rape" Todd Aiken and "rape is just another form of conception" Paul Ryan) and pray fervently that we shall never see such dark days again.
Gov. Chris Christie, a Republican Governor who, unlike Rick Scott of FL, believes all the people should be allowed to vote. Thank you Gov. Christie for being a true American.
the Governor preceding Rick Scott was Charlie Crist, not Chris Christie.
The article names Chris Christie as Rick Scott's predecessor? Did Christie serve a term as FL governor I didn't know about?
I've noticed a number of you hand wringing over the current state of NFL officiating. There's a lot of "just give the refs what they want" & "save the integrity of the game" out there. You folks do realize that the regular NFL referees belong to a union, right? A union the NFL would very much like to break, you know, not unlike Scott Walker or John Kasich or Mitch Daniels or Chris Christie or Rick Scott, or any of the rest of their political ilk (See, e.g., Mitch Mcconnell, Rand Paul, Hal Rogers). Apparently that's ok, though, as long as they don't mess with your entertainment. Cops & teachers & firemen & other public servants don't really need a fair wage for the jobs they do & certainly don't need the ability to negotiate en masse, but BY GOD, just give these refs whatever they want so I can get back to enjoying watching large, sweaty men pound on each other. You gotta admire hypocrisy taken to that level.
"... Republican Governors across the country including John Kasich (OH), Chris Christie (NJ), Terry Branstad (IA), Rick Scott (FL) and Nikki Haley (SC) are downright giddy as the say the exact opposite, self-servingly touting their home states' economic turnarounds as they seek another term. The impact is so potentially harmful to the GOP ticket that Team Romney has reportedly asked Kasich, Scott and others to tone down the positive statements." and this IS NOT HOW VICTORY FOR REPUBLICANS IS ACHIEVED: to accentuate the negative and deny the existence of a positive, deny any truth that the corporate creator deity did not pay the *** to say, the lyrics that the *** would sing, the script that the CRT would display or read out?
In an effort to really be "fair and balanced," here are 2 Politifact.com statements recently made by conservative politicians that are true: "A Republican hasn't won [an election] for a presidency in New Jersey since 1988." -- Gov. Chris Christie, New Jersey; and, Florida has "more concealed weapons permits than any other state." -- Gov. Rick Scott, Florida. Sorry, but other comments made by the right recently range from "mostly false" to "pants on fire!"
Scott Walker, Eric Cantor, Rick Scott, Paul Ryan, Rand Paul, Sam Brownback, Chris Christie, the list of duplicitous *** goes on and on.
I'll say this for Rick Scott, he's no Chris Christie.
In order to help Mitt Romney find his VP candidate, I think we should have a Republican Governor Tag Team match. Rick Scott and Scott Walker on one side. Chris Christie and either Rick Perry or Jan Brewer on the other.
Deb Hansen says and rightly so.PLEASE COPY AND PASTE TO YOUR STATUS - WE NEED TO LET EVERYONE KNOW THESE GOVERNORS HAVE NADS: Once again, I salute the governors who have PROVEN their courage in standing up for what's right for their state: Scott Walker (WI), Jan Brewer (AZ), Chris Christie (NJ), Bobby Jindal (LA), Nicki Haley (SC), Mitch Daniels (IN), and Rick Scott (FL). Moonbeam (Jerry Brown - CA) is starting to show a LITTLE BIT of guts, but has a LONG way to go. The stinky cheese STILL stands alone . . . the stinky cheese would be Gov Pat Quinn (IL), who is still looking for his *** . . .
What gets me is that Scott Walker, Chris Christie, Rick Scott & John Kasich just to name a few governors were handed much worse economys than his holiness obama, and yet they have managed to turn their respective states around and grow their economys and add substancial job numbers all in much less time than it took obama to screw up the U.S. economy, shred the constitution and then to blame Bush for all of his woes...Just Saying!
see examples Chris Christie, Scott Walker, Mitch Daniels, Nikki Haley, Rick Scott, Mitt Romney and the list goes on
Dear Mr. President I just checked something out. Do you know Chris Christie is reporting very high negative numbers as well as florida Rick Scott? I dont know but I believe that if you were to research all repblican states you will find many doing the same. That is 29 states. They have the ability to control and or manipulate the numbers as they please. Also how can a president control state numbers if he does not control the state? There must be a way to expose this and lay responsibility on the Governors... In that way there are 29 republican govs. ON YOUR SIDE Louis McKenzie
Is it just me, or do you all remember that the Republicans/Tea Party was swept into office in States and the Congress all over this Country by campaigning on Jobs and the Economy? 2 years later the only legislation they have offered is : anti-labor, anti *** anti-immigrant, anti-voter, anti-women's health. In the Congress the Republican controlled House of Representatives has offered more anti-abortion legislation than job creating legislation, 44 Bills were offered in the House this term that include some form of anti-abortion language. All of those Republican Governor's John Kasich, Chris Christie, Scott Walker, Rick Scott, Jan Brewer. Look at the policies that they are proffering in their States and the legislation that they've signed into law. As Mr. Boehner is so found of asking "where are the jobs"? Just a cautionary tale to us all, don't just evaluate how they campaign think about how they'll actually govern!!
A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS. I lived in neighhbouring Botswana during the '70s apartheid days of Gestapo-like BSAP (British South Africa Police) rule in South Africa and visited the country extensively two times. (Watch "Cry Freedom: the Steven Biko Story," starring Denzel Washington, which occurred while I was there.) Allan West, Chris Christie, Scott Walker, Rick Scott, Snyder, Kasich, Ryan, Cantor, Boehner, all the conscienceless gold-digging SS-type bullies in the country are being recruited by the multi-billionaire Republican Kochs.
Not loudly but they did run him out of town unlike here where we still got Jan Brewer, Rick Scott, Chris Christie, n the chief
Today in labor history, May 2, 1933: Nazi forces occupy the headquarters, seize the funds, and imprison the leaders of two of Germany's largest trade union federations, comprised of 41 unions representing about 4.5 million workers. Independent trade unions were abolished. Now Governors Scott Walker, John Kasich, Rick Snyder, Mitch Daniels, Tom Corbet, Rick Perry, Bob Mcdonnell, Nikki Haley, Rick Scott, Bobby Jindal, Paul LePage, Chris Christie and many more have not occupied the union headquarters, but they have passed legislation created by ALEC to dismantle them or weaken them to the point that they are neutralized in any meaningful way. It won't be long, and we could see the final action by these and other Republicans would be to occupy the union headquarters and arrest their leadership. You say, no, no... Can't happen in America. Wrong, it will because it is happening before your very eyes.
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