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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.
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Swing States: Romney 51, Obama 46

Kirkie17 Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 1:36 PM
Well Rasmussen has Obama leading by 2 percentage points in their Swing State analysis.
How are those poll numbers looking in Ohio, New Hampshire, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Nevada?
Apparently, you have no clue about treason.
The Judge made the right decision is reversing the Voter ID Law.
I couldn't have said it any better myself.
Lol..good comeback. It's not going to happen that way, but good comeback nonetheless.
Lol...believe what you want to believe. Go back to grammar school, and learn how to write a coherent thought.
Actually, I do not take food stamps. I actually have a nice paying job, at a corporate law firm. Therefore, I can attest that I am doing better now, than I did under Bush. Also, go back to elementary school, because any 4th grader would know that "food stamps" are two words, and not one.
It sounds like a bunch of nervous conservatives on here. It appears that members of the GOP are worried. Even Rasmussen has Obama leading, and after the debates that margin will widen. Sorry folks, I guess you all should look ahead to 2016.
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