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Is Chris Christie Overreacting Over the NRA’s “Reprehensible” Ad?

rib Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 9:22 PM
Let's face it. People love Christy because he slugs it out of his mouth as the fighter he is. But he is a watered down Democrat. Just as all most all of the Republicans are. People mistake agressive behavior for intelligence. Think of Biden or Al Gore, same thing, their aggressive but not too smart and very communist. Christy is really no different. Didn't he show his colors right before the election? Kissing the back side of Zero! It cost many Republican votes for Romney. Time for a 3rd party. The Republicans are right where they put themselves and they want to be there - irrelevant. Freedom of speech seems to gone on this web site. PC police.
RedTruck Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 9:36 PM
you are right about Chris Christie - he is a little man in a big body. Any Republican worth their citizenship should have never - ever given Obama the right time of day - New Jersey would get the help they deserve without Christie sucking up to Obama. You are wrong about the Republicans putting themselves where they are today - they are ordinary people - the party is composed of ordinary people - not capable of understanding the sleazy - dishonest - self serving - low life that we have to deal with in the Presidency of Obama or antics of his minions. Christie should have spoken up about Obama using children to make what he wants dopes to think is a valid point - children are wonderful, darling, terrific but they know nothing about laws.
rlapatak Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 9:35 PM
Moshe Man The Boss Man Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 9:28 PM
Conservatives never have been to bright...they LOVE loudmouth pugs...
AWLoutwar Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 9:32 PM
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Mary973 Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 9:39 PM
I hope you are embarrassed by Gore's total repudiation on climate change and US security with his sell out for cash.....
Earl29 Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 10:01 PM
I do not love Chris Christie.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is apparently up in arms because the National Rifle Association released an ad asking simple yet important question: If President Obama’s kids are protected by professional armed guards -- why can’t yours be, too?

I agree with the governor on a number of substantive points, but here are two things to consider:

1. The NRA -- at no point during their advertisement -- explicitly attacked Sasha and Malia Obama by name. Yes, they imply that the “president’s children” -- because of who they are -- have certain...