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It's a Christie Thing

Gordon79 Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 1:33 PM
Relax, relax. Christie will never be the nominee and even if so, would never be elected POTUS. No polarizing candidates, unless they are some previously non-represented minority in Presidential history (black, woman, etc.), will ever be elected. You have to feed BS to too many subsegments that you still must woo to win. But more important, no fat man, repeat, no fat man, will ever be elected to head a country where every conscious move is to get unfat. Absent any thyroid or other medical condition, Christie's fatness communicates: Weakness, irrationality, psychological problems, poor self-control, gratification over investment, the list goes on. Sorry fat people, but for most of us (overweight people), it is a choice. A poor choice.
mlaforet Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 5:27 PM
Christie doesn't want to be POTUS. I remember watching him speak at the Reagan library and Nancy Reagan appeared so impressed by Christie. Boy when he claimed himself a Democrat, I wasn't surprised at all but I bet it may have changed Nancy's mind a little bit
NewJAl Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 4:01 PM
No bald man, either.
So much for MLK, and his judgment of people by the content of their character.

Let me say on the record that I don’t really care about New Jersey. I know very little about it. But, I know this much: I don’t want to live there and I don’t want the rest of the United States to resemble New Jersey.

For me New Jersey is the Joe Piscopo character asking anyone and everyone “Are you from Jersey? I’m from Jersey.”

Also, I’ve never seen the TV show “Jersey Shore,” but still I don’t like it. And know that I don’t want the rest of the country to resemble it, either.

It’s the state that elected...