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The Devolution of Chris Christie

Dave M Wrote: Feb 17, 2013 7:52 PM
I never did see anything in him- or Romney for that matter- and for the same reasons. In spite of Ann Coulter's infatuation with him I always saw Christie for what he is. As New Jerseyites go he is fairly conservative. But that is not saying much. Way too many people latch on to the flavor of the week in Republican circles- whether it be named Christie, Romney, or Rubio. Several of these may spout some conservatism but they always veer away toward liberalism on some critical issue. Romney espoused Romneycare, Christie trashed Romney- who was actually DOING something to help the people of New Jersey in favor of Photo-ops with Obama -who wasn't. Rubio has given himself the typical Republican headshot with his idiotic support of amnesty.
wiseone Wrote: Feb 17, 2013 8:47 PM
"As New Jerseyites go he is fairly conservative. But that is not saying much."

You mean he hopes the dragon will eat him last? He better lose weight if he wants that to happen. Fast.
MaxAR15 Wrote: Feb 17, 2013 9:45 PM
Wiseone, yes, for New Jersey but the sun does not rise & set on either Jersey or New York.....

I STILL cannot stand Christie's stance on guns, CCW, & his appointment of Muzzie judges. That is he ditched Mike Pat Carroll for a judge appointment. Google Mike's name.

 

In the past few months, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has allowed his mouth to get in front of his accomplishments.

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Excerpted from Townhall Magazine's March Pavlich Dispatch installment by columinst Katie Pavlich:

I’ve never been a fan of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, but I’ve always at least respected his ability to stand up for what he believes through hard talk and tough negotiating.

Christie has credibility in some circles for getting...