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Stephanie Cutter: Christie's Win Is A "Rejection Of Republican Party"

AmericanBelle Wrote: Nov 07, 2013 12:51 PM
If Christie's win is a rejection of the Republican party, then why didn't the Democrat candidate win? This is spin from a major spinmeister and simpletons are going along with it? So go along with Steph the BSer and if by chance Christie is the GOP nominee, don't vote for him...stay home like you all did with Romney, and let the Democrats win another one, this time with Hillary. Won't that be fun? As if she and the Democrats will fix the mess Obama left!
ROUNDBABY Wrote: Nov 07, 2013 11:03 PM
I AGREE THE 3 MILLION LESS VOTES WE GOT FOR ROMNEY THAN MCCAIN SHOWS ME THAT WE SHOULD STOMP OUT THE HOME-SIT-OUTTERS AND TELL THEM YOU GET WHAT YOU SURELY HATED THE MOST BY LAYING AROUND IN MAMA'S BASEMENT AND STAYING HOME. THIRD PARTIES NOW IS DEFINITELY A DISASTER. WE NEED TO WIN AT ANY COST TO SOME STUBBORN WHINERS THAT NEVER LIKES NO CANDIDATE IF THEY FAIL THE PERFECT TEST. I GUARENTEE YOU ROMNEY-RYAN WOULD HAVE STRAIGHTENED THINGS OUT BETTER NOW THAN THE ANNOINTED ONE- PERIOD!!

Democrat Logic: Conservative Republican wins a second term as governor in a very liberal Democratic state and Obama's former campaign manager says it's a loss for the Republican party: