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The Devolution of Chris Christie

matthew466 Wrote: Feb 17, 2013 10:17 AM
oh please if he were to run in 2016 he would sweep the primaries and everyone here would vote for him. You said the SAME things about Romney....then suddenly he was the greatest thing ever. It will be "anything but Hillary" at Townhall. lol
Frank98 Wrote: Feb 17, 2013 10:39 AM
The Fat One does not stand a snowball chance in Hell of getting the R nom.
So your point is moot.
But should he do so, Some R' may vote vor him, but not cons. Republican and conservative are not synonymous.Even though many think (wrongly)that is the case.
Earl29 Wrote: Feb 17, 2013 10:37 AM
Wrong, matthew. Many of us were convinced that Romney could not beat Obama and said so during the primaries, but, out of loyalty to the GOP, did not continue to say so during the general election. I never said Romney was the greatest thing ever. I did say that he was lucky in having a wonderful wife, and I still say so.
Hillary won't run. Health issues.


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


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...