Chris Christie & Ron Paul
Christopher James Chris Christie (born September 6, 1962) is the 55th and current Governor of New Jersey. Ronald Ernest Paul (born August 20, 1935) is an American physician, author, and former politician who served as the U.S. /5
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You won't find any Ron Paul supporters voting for Chris Christie; but Bernie supporters will be happy w/ Clinton?
:Paul Ryan, Rand (Named after Rand) Paul, Ron Paul, Jeb Bush, George Bush, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, *** Cheney, on & on & on
My dear fellow Americans, I know you get many requests and solicitations from candidates that might be running for president, like Chris Christie, Ron Paul , the Rev Al Sharpton and Bernie Madoff. People who don’t live in the world we do. Struggling to pay our bills, feeding and educating our children and working hard to keep our families healthy and strong in these difficult times. I would just like to say that I, Hillary Clinton, am just like you and understand and feel the pain and complexities of trying to make ends meet. When I left the White House, I was an unemployed, older woman with a philandering husband who spent all of our money on his mistresses, Wall Street and Mcdonalds. I even had to auction some of his memorabilia on E-bay, like the original truck with Astroturf he had his early “meetings” in (I mean “on) and his saxophone. I still couldn’t accumulate enough funds for a down payment on a modest home in Chappaqua for two large egos and a staff. I found myself an empty-nest ...
Dear GOP, Please do not run Paul Ryan, Rand or Ron Paul, and especially do not run Dr. Ben Carson! Please run Chris Christie. That is all.
I was just going through the old Ron Paul memes and saw someone who went out of his way to defend Mitt Romney. Here is the problem.The primary selling point of Romney was that he was most electable. And he lost. So he wasn't most electable. It wasn't that he was a "good conservative" because he wasn't. Nor was he a believer in liberty. So that electable canard will be brought out again. Probably for Chris Christie or Jeb Bush. I think we now know that Christie certainly isn't "most electable". But here's the problem I have with both and it is exactly why neither should be nominated. My opinion is, if you do not see Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for the extreme evil that they are, you should never be entrusted with the Presidency. I don't care how qualified you otherwise are. If you are blind to that, you are wholly UNQUALIFIED to be President. And this disqualifies both Christie and Bush. I don't give a rat's *** HOW "electable" either one is, given that fact.
I am looking at a FB poll asking who I think the GOP Presidential nominee will be. The choices were Tim Pawlenty, Newt Gringrich, Paul Ryan, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Allen West, Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, Ron Paul, Herman Cain and Chris Christie. Are you kidding me? Is that really the best the GOP has to offer? Bring in the clowns. No wonder Mike Pence thinks he has a chance for the GOP nomination. Restricting myself to the choices they offered I would have to pick Christie, but don't mistake that as an endorsement. If the oligarchs who run the GOP had any sense they would turn their propaganda machine towards supporting Colin Powell as their nominee. He is the one GOP candidate who could actually challenge Hillary in the general election. That isn't likely to happen though. I think that might be a good thing.
THE MORE INTELLIGENT OF THE GROUP OF *** WON! Not that this straw poll means anything. Ron Paul used to win them everywhere he participated. How in the *** did Ted Cruz beat Sarah Palin? They should have tied for first place in the CPAC moron poll The third-place finisher was Dr. Ben Carson, with 11 percent. He was followed by New Jersey GOP Gov. Chris Christie, 9 percent; Wisconsin GOP. Gov. Scott Walker, 7 percent; former Pennsylvania GOP Sen. Rick Santorum, and Florida GOP Sen. Marco Rubio, at 6 percent. Rubio finished second last year.
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 ...
Chris Christie lane closer payback. Ron Paul and over 1 million people losing unemployment insurance payments. Cutting food to poor kids. Splitting up families. Basically a war on the poor and middle class. Oiy.
Here is my prediction for the 2016 presidential race. Hillary Clinton will get the democratic party's nomination easily. She won't have any serious challengers. On the Republican side, it will be just like 2012. There were basically 3 types of republican voters in 2012. There were libertarians or people who leaned libertarian and voted for Ron Paul. There were "establishment republicans" who voted for Mitt Romney. And there were tea party people who weren't libertarians who split the vote between everyone else. Mitt Romney didn't win the majority of votes but he got more than anyone else (a true majority requires 50% or more). Then when Mitt Romney got the nomination no principled voter cared about it because he was the same as Obama and Obama won. The Republican Party will have the same problem in 2016. Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Chris Christie, and a few teapublicans will run. I'm guessing that Rand will get more libertarians votes, Cruz will get more tea party people who lean libertarian to vote for him, Chr ...
Just one day after Chris Christie's successful reelection bid, Ron Paul already foresees doom for the New Jersey Governor's 2016 aspirations. The former Texa...
"DOWNLOAD FROM A PARKBENCH" Today, Thursday, October 17, 2013, contrary to currently popular societal political gossip is the first day of the rest of America, the World and Your life. Since the world did not dissolve in the big debt ceiling powered financial super nova that was predicted. Since, I am, sure you are wondering why, may I offer this modest reality check. I suggest you be securely seated or lying down on the floor this will get seismic. Following is a list of persons and circumstances none of which had anything singularly or collectively to do with this most fortuitous conditional circumstance. Barack Obama, Charles Schumer, Lindsey Graham, John Mccain, Harry Reid, Mitch Mcconnell, John Boehner, Ted Cruz, Rick Perry, Michelle Bachman, Ron Paul, *** Durbin, Cory Booker, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, NASA, Chris Christie, Hillary Clinton, Susan Rice, Diane Feinstein, Wonder Woman, Super Man, Angela Merkel, Vladimir Putin, Edward Snowden, Glenn Greenwald, Chelsea ( formerly Bradley ) M ...
Ron Paul: ‘I wouldn’t vote for Chris Christie, he offers nothing’ via
New post: Ron Paul wont back Chris Christie in 2016 - Politico
Ron Paul says he wouldn't support Chris Christie if Christie was the next Republican presidential candidate.
I was disappointed at the last GOP convention. Chris Christie was the keynote speaker. Why didn't they just get Bloomberg? Eastwoods speech was entertaining but not inspirational. The only thing I approved of was stripping Ron Paul of his delegates and showing him the door. Ron
Why are we all of a sudden seeing of Republican retreads all over the place? Jeb Bush making the rounds of all the talk shows? Sarah (who in the *** was she?) being invited to speak at CPAC along with Rick Santorum, Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney--but not Chris Christie. Christie made the singular mistake of accepting help from Obama & being cordial to the President following hurricane Sandy--so he is now unacceptable in his own party? How many retreads will we be subjected to in '14 & '16. Rand Paul instead of Ron Paul. Oh, my aching head. Any body have some Pepto Dismal?
Wow. 4 months later and still belly aching. Obama won, get over it. Ann Coulter told you it would go this way in 2011. There are so many things that Obama is doing which Reps could be attacking (gun control, drones, foreign policy) but instead they stick to the same tired mantras that just seem like veiled racism. We built this, really? That was a speech by Elizabeth Warren that Obama stole for his campaign, coz it's a good speech. So good that Romney stole it too, and used it at least twice. Only when Obama uses it, it's wrong. And Obama didn't raise taxes. What he did was allow a Bush era tax cut to expire, you know the smoke and mirrors thing they did to draw your attention away from them shipping our jobs overseas. OMG, but we're the uninformed. LoL. Shoulda nominated Ron Paul, or even Chris Christie, but you didn't. So QQ more.
add Ron Paul and Chris Christie to that list
"In 2008, the least wanted candidates for bloggers were…John Mccain and Ron Paul. In 2012, the least wanted candidates for bloggers were…Mitt Romney and Ron Paul. So, going by those results, Chris Christie and Jeb Bush would have to be considered the early favorites for 2016 based on the fact that conservative bloggers don’t want either of them as a nominee."
4th glass of wine...too close to call. I can't shake the Chris Christie praise of Obama...Romney & RNC screwing Ron Paul...game changers?
Before I go to the polls, Chris Christie for president? I know Hilary Clinton is the incumbent . . . oh, *** I'll just write in Ron Paul.
alright, since the 2012 election is basically over, let's start speculation on 2016. I think we're looking at Hilary Clinton, Jennifer Granholm, Cory Booker, and Deval Patrick. Maybe Biden again (token white male). On the Republican side, Jon Hunstman, Tim Pawlenty, Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Sarah Palin, Chris Christie, Ron Paul (or Rand), and Rick Santorum. Thoughts?
From TD Pitman: When Obama wins on Tuesday, who will the Republicans blame for their defeat? Here's my list: 1. It's a conspiracy, Democrats somehow stole the election. 2. Chris Christie for not demonizing Obama through Election Day. 3. Ron Paul, Gary Johnson, and Libertarians for "stealing" votes from Romney. 4. Romney for being moderate - time to swerve all the way to the right. 5. Teabaggers for making the GOP look bad. 6. Republicans blocking legislation in Congress. 7. The fact that the GOP could only muster up a pathetic group of has-beens and losers to run for President to begin with. 8. All the above.
To all my REPUBLICAN friends: I now have a new list of Republicans I like and respect...see, I'm not biased. I just like my peeps to have character! lol 1. Abe Lincoln 2. Theodore Roosevelt 3. Dwight Eisenhower 4. Gov. Chris Christie 5. Fmr. Gov. Charlie Christ 6. Some of Ron Paul's ideas 7. Clint Eastwood As for Mitt Romney...yeah...not gonna happen. lmao
You know, all of the people I know who say "Ron Paul is the last best hope for America," are people who are otherwise disconnected from politics. That suggests that there really is a reserve of folks waiting for the right candidate, even if that guy is from a third party. Ron (and Rand) Paul are trying to turn the R's libertarian, much like Goldwater and Reagan turned the R's conservative, and more power to them. Ron Paul isn't the best spokesman for libertarianism, though; I suspect that movement needs a Chris Christie to really move forward.
Scary, something to think about. There is no one emerging in the Democratic party, No Ralph Naders, No young Midwesterner, No young handsome Kennedy type to challenge Obama. Like with all Dictators they are skilled at keeping everyone down. You may think Romney is rich, disenfranchised but the Republicans allow for other candidates opinions Ryan, Palin, Ron Paul, Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, Newt, Herman Cain all these people have a voice... This Election is the biggest of my lifetime. Please Vote it is your right as an American, Don't listen to the Media and your Liberal friends or the people that think all politicians are alike... Make your own decision. Watch the Debates. I did not vote for Clinton but I thought he did a good job. Please judge the job being done by a current president.
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. ...
Partial list of GOPers who would have done better than Romney for Prez: Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Meg Whitman, Gary Johnson, Ron Paul ...
Now that the DNC has concluded the conventions, we are already past labor day, the American people will now start tuning into politics. What was your take out of the 2 conventions this summer. I'll admit even though the Ron Paul delegates were kicked out, I watched the Rand Paul speech at the RNC along with part of the Chris Christie speech. For the DNC I only watched Bill Clinton. Lisa down at the Horn is a Republican, but I think she voted twice for Bill cause she had tears in her eyes during the speech, she probably had the hots for him. Anyhow Bill Clinton had the best speech I saw. What are your thoughts and are you planning to vote this November, and who will you support?
Interesting things about the Republican National Convention -190 delegates voted for Ron Paul, but the Romney campaign and the RNC set up new rules to silence them. A handful of Ron Paul delegates walk out during roll call in protest. -Republican delegate throws food at black CNN camera woman and was quoted saying “That’s how we feed animals.” Was then kicked out of the convention. -A Ronald Reagan hologram was going to be the “mysterious guest” instead of Clint Eastwood, but instead decided against it, saying that they feared Reagan would overshadow Romney. -Chris Christie, the keynote speaker, mentioned himself 36 times, but only mentioned Romney 7 times. -Paul Ryan blames Obama for credit downgrade. Standard and Poors specifically cites the GOP for the downgrade. Paul Ryan led the GOP charge. -Paul Ryan blames Obama for closure of auto plant that closed at the end of the Bush administration. -Complains about how Obama grew the deficit, but voted for the majority of the bills in the past decad ...
Where are the real Republicans? Did Chris Christie eat them all? They are the party of Abe Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Barry Goldwater, and Earl Warren. Does anyone really think they would recognize this party now? Please post your Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, and of course Chris Christie jokes here. I love 'em!
How's that reset going, Governor Romney?? Well, if you're Chris Christie, Rick Perry, or Ron Paul, or generally...
The RNC convention might actually be worth watching if: Ann Romney revealed she and Mitt are polygamists; Chris Christie has a heart attack mid-speech which wasn't really a heart attack, he just forgot to swallow the last of his lunch; Scott Walker and Paul Ryan beat the crap out of each other over which one Wisconsin likes best when it's neither; PALIN, PALIN, PALIN!; Condoleeza Rice realizes she's black; John Mccain has a heart attack mid-speech because someone said PALIN, PALIN, PALIN!; if Arizonas delegates were all Mexican and couldn't get in cause of ID; a drunk Ron Paul storms the stage shouting "F*** all you cheatin' *** "; Reince Preibus says he hates to be called Reince Preibus; Mitt Romney's robotics break down as he takes the stage, and like the Tin Man, he has to be oiled to work again while trying to maintain a position that doesn't flip-flop and fry his onboard computer system so that the only thing we see are the "red" of his Terminator eyes; and finally, they actually tell the tru ...
can you Picture our future as I am, with either Ron Paul or Mitt, Paul Ryan, Chris Christie , Condaleeza Rice , and others as our reps for the next 4 hard going, but repealing all Big Government years - tell Chris Matthews - I am tingling LOL
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 ...
Soon-to-be Hurricane Isaac, Chris Christie, Ron Paul fans: A few things that could make or break the GOP convention:
Chris Christie is probably my favorite politician. He calls it like it is and won’t back down. I love Ron Paul too, but he’s out soon.
Freedom of Speech=USA Okay Rep Aiken said something Stupid (IMO) Offensive to many. Let the people in Missouri decide. To kick him out is wrong. We want politicians to be honest whether we agree/disagree. So we can not should not, put them in a position to talk alot, and say nothing. That's why I like a Chris Christie (D-NJ Governor) Not that I'd vote for him But at least he doesn't double talk. It's rare, and refreshing. Ron Paul as well. If saying something 'Stupid' was against the law..I would have been in the electric chair years ago. And the guy who skinny dipped in the sea of Gallilee? Who say's Congress isn't doing anything? Jerk! But, let his constituants decide.
Mitt Romney, I want to take this time and thank you for choosing the worst running mate you could have possibly pick. Even though you have had Condoleeza Rice or even BIG mouth Chris Christie (governor of NJ), you chose Ron Paul. The foolish governor from Wisconsin would have been a better choice. I can't wait until SNL does skits about your sorry A$$! This has been a soapbox addition from me. That is all.
Paul Ryan's Wikipedia page has been edited 199 times since March. Chris Christie's Wikipedia page has been edited 153 times since March. Ron Paul's: 99 times. Tim Pawlenty's 76 times. Jeb Bush's: 61 times. Bob McDonnell's: 45 times. Rand Paul's: 19 times. Last time the presumptive Republican nominee's VP was announced on a Saturday was Bob Dole.
I hope Romney DOES choose Chris Christie as his running mate... It will make him even more unlikable. There is no good outcome here. Dr. Ron Paul '12
I'm really pumped for the GOP convention at the end of this month in Tampa! I wonder who Mitt will choose as his running-mate? Some of the names I've heard on the VP short list include Ron Paul, Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey, Condoleeza Rice, Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan, former Minnesota governor Tim Pawlenty, and Governor Robert McDonnell of Virginia.
So if Chris Christie is keynoting the GOP convention does that mean Ron Paul isn't?
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 ...
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.
Chris Christie is a delegate for Mittens | Peace . Gold . Liberty | Ron Paul 2012
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
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul has agreed to speak at the American Conservative Union's regional Conservative Political Action Conference in Chicago on June 8, Yahoo News has learned. Paul, the son of three-time presidential candidate Ron Paul, will join New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and...
Condoliza Rice, Chris Christie or Marco Rubio for V. P. Newt for Secretary of State, Ron Paul for Secretary of Treasury, Sarah Palin for Sec. of Interior (energy,) any more suggestions?
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.
If Mitt Romney (My no.1 choice in the presidential race) is our nominee and is elected president, I'd like to see Ron Paul appointed as secretary of the treasury, with Herman Cain and Chris Christie, and Paul Ryan doing anything within a Romney administration. I don't want Santorum or Gingrich anywhere near the White House...
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