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Chris Christie Won't Be At CPAC

Kirkie17 Wrote: Feb 26, 2013 1:26 PM
The GOP would be stupid to completely disregard Christie; especially as a 2016 presidential nominee. Christie is an unapologetic conservative, he is just not as scary about it. If Christie was to be the nominee in 2016, then Delaware, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania will be in play. Furthermore, the mainstream media will not attack him in the same manner in which they did Romney. It would be a huge mistake for conservatives to turn their back on Christie- it could cost 'em the White House.
indy2012 Wrote: Feb 26, 2013 1:59 PM really doesn't matter what the hard right people say, they will vote conservative no matter what....Christie will bring in the moderates and indys.....I have a feeling it will be Christie vs. Clinton in 2016....
PatriotAfire Wrote: Feb 26, 2013 1:40 PM
The same old scare tactic: it'll cost us the White House if we don't have a moderate Republican! Don't worry, the GOP will not ignore Christie. He is the perfect Rino candidate. I dearly hope CPAC holds to its position of not inviting him. We need a true and committed conservative to have any chance of turning this country around--someone who is not afraid of telling the truth about Obama: that he is a radical Alinskyite, bent on destroying this Republic and setting in place an authoritarian state. NO MORE RHINOS AS OUR CANDIDATES!!! So far, Rand Paul looks good or any of the really conservative governors who opted out of Obamacare.
Michael1364 Wrote: Feb 26, 2013 1:36 PM
I would rather lose the White House to Hillary instead of Christie.
At least she is not ashamed of her stances.
But hopefully, a true conservative will emerge.
And you overstate Christie's conservative stance.
Many of his actions were forced by decades of govt incompetence and union influence.
The popular annual Conservative Political Action Conference, held in the Washington, D.C. area every year and the largest annual gathering of conservatives, has so far not extended an invitation to popular Republican Governor Chris Christie this year.

ABC News reports:

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is “not being invited” to CPAC, according to a source close to the event who was not authorized to speak publicly. The source would not answer why Christie, who is widely thought to be interested in the 2016 presidential race, would not be invited to the confab of conservative activists.