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Report: And the Reason Chris Christie Wasn’t Invited to CPAC is…

pigkiller Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 1:42 PM
the 50 year old wh---house is probably run in a much more efficient manner and most certainly makes a profit. And although I agree with your concept of amendment by consent or apathy and agree that the public has to become more engaged, I am just not sure that Medicare would be considered by the courts as unconstitutional. As I stated before, many of the clauses of the constitution have been used by the courts to justify many different things not specifically called out in the constitution. This has been going on since Marbury v. Madison. I'm going to see if there were any cases specifically related to the Medicare law.

Well, because he’s too squishy on Second Amendment rights, or something. National Review Online’s Eliana Johnson has the exclusive report:

New Jersey governor Chris Christie was not invited to address the Conservative Political Action Conference because of his position on gun control, according to a source familiar with CPAC’s internal deliberations who requested anonymity to speak freely.

Christie has a “limited future” in the national Republican party given his position on gun control, the source tells National Review Online. As a result, the CPAC insider says, the focus of this year’s conference, “the future of conservatism,” made...