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    "Betray" Gov Romney? I don't think complimenting the President on his management of the federal response to Sandy (so far) is a betrayal, looks more like courtesy to me.

    I suppose, to balance things, Gov Christie could go on Fox and compliment Gov Romney's handling of grocery bags...
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    Wow so if you see somebody doing something right your suppose to lie just because he's in the other camp. Now that is scary. I think both Obama and Romney could learn something from Governor Christie not to mention both houses. Put the people first then worry about politics. I'm impressed with the Governor we need more people like him. I'm sure by no means does Christie endorse Obama for president he is just appreciative of the help and has the guts to say so.
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    no in fact whoever wrote this story is is misleading it's readers. Christie did have praise for Obama but also made it very clear that he was supporting Romney in the election. that's the way the story should have been written.
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    I've been noticing a rapidly increasing number of articles that 'forget' to mention key points and issues. Like the one about Obama scolding Romney for saying Jeep was intending to move production to China. The thing is they have proven 5 ways from Sunday that Romney was right. Yet Politix still posts it as though there is some debate on the matter. Hell the owner of Chrysler who happens to be Italian released a statement saying that it was their intentions to return production of Jeep products to China. But they say return to China, which tells me they were in China they came home and the Unions put them out of business. Back to China.
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    Obama is POTUS right now and he's trying to do right by people. I have issues with the man too, but it is what it is.
    This storm is a tragedy and anyone who makes it into something else is an a55hat.
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    Since when is speaking positively about someone 'betraying' somebody else? This has nothing to do with Romney, why make it into something it isn't? Partisan hackery at its best.
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    Mr. Romney is using his large bus to gather supplies to take to those who are hit so hard by Sandy. He is a man of great compassion for others. On the other hand, obamam is just trying to keep his job. He doesn't care about anyone but himself.
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    @BigD1391
    What did I say that was lies? Do you read the news about Romney or did you mean it was a lie that obama was trying to keep his job? I say that because it's the first responsible thing he's done for others since taking office. It still doesn't erase Benghazi and nothing ever will. His Secretary of Defense, Leon Panetta, who obama put into that job, has lied, Hillary has lied, Susan Rice has lied, not to mention obama has lied to everyone everywhere. Enough for anyone to lose their jobs and they should. I'd say that if it was a Republican who'd pulled all these idiotic lies and stunts.
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    Not really. At long last, obmam is doing his job and Christie is just giving credit where credit is due. Too bad obama wasn't so concientious about Benghazi.
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    After Benghazi, Obama better obey Christie. You can bet when Christie says "Jump", Obama says "How high?" Christie knows too that Obama has lost already because of Benghazi and he can praise him all he wants if it helps him to get Federal money for NJ. And do it without hurting Romney one bit. Besides, Romney is a big boy and doesn't need Christie to fight his battles. Obama, on the other hand, could use all the help he can get. But it's already over for him anyway. Even Candy Crowley feels sorry for Obama and fights his battles for him after Benghazi. He's finished. Toast. Garbage. Filth.
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    It was neither an endorsement or a betrayal. It was good leadership. He earned a measure of respect from me this week. If he ever runs for president this gets me to at least listen to his platform. If it was between him and Obama instead of Romney I might choose differently.
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    agreed it was simply the right thing to do. He's hellbent on helping the people of his state. Obama is doing what needs to be done.
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    I laugh at the Liberal media every day watching their bias for Obama. I came home today and my wife was watching CNN(pro Obama network). In the couple minutes I could stand watching that Liberal propaganda channel, I watched them play the Christie remarks(which were nothing more than stating the obvious of any Politician pandering to the electorate during an election),. Politicians love crisis so they can get their faces on tv pretending to care. Why did Obama not care about the Ambassador's life?
    Then the next story was playing back Romney's debates with the GOP rivals talking about the federal Government's role in tragedy.(trying to make Romney look bad). Then the next story was Obama pumping his fists telling how he will make sure all resources are made available to help people. LOL, these networks are cheer leaders for a failed corrupt president. They play no stories at all about the Father of the slain C.I.A. agent who begged for help for hours before giving up his life to help save people while Obama told everyone to STAND DOWN! Please Americans, wake up. I would boycott these News outlets if i could get a list of their sponsors.
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    So you're concerned about 4 deaths in Libya, but not concerned about about the estimated 61 deaths already caused by Hurricane Sandy and the 20 billion dollar property damage that it would probably end up causing?
    It makes sense that the is paying more attention to Hurricane Sandy then to Benghazi. Hurricane Sandy is a far bigger issue then Benghazi. It's the storm of the decade.
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    @Mercury34 What are you smoking? Obama had nothing to do with the deaths from the hurricane. He may have been able to save those four lives if he did not tell the backup groups to stand down. Please use some sense.
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    Endorsement? That was no more of an "endorsement" of Obama as it would be an "endorsement" by Obama for Romney for the way Romney saved the 2002 Olympics.
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    @VisionVI - Nonsense! The Olympics are not funded by taxpayers. They are almost entirely funded through private enterprise and, gasp, "capitalism." They were in danger of failing until Mitt Romney took over the organization of the games. They turned into one of the most successful and profitable games in history. They were also the economic model for all subsequent games.
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    @ccchhhrrriiiss Do some homework the ONLY thing Romney did was go to Washington D.C. and lobby congress for GOVERNMENT money to bailout the Olympic committee.
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    @ccchhhrrriiiss Have you acquired Romnesia the republican candidates in the primary ripped Willard for lobbying Congress. for an Olympic BAILOUTT!!!!
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    @VisionVI - Again: This is complete nonsense. Is that all you are able to type? You are repeating the same, tired regurgitated propaganda and talking points that are completely made up of outright LIES.

    Mitt Romney took over an Olympics that was mired in scandal and turned those games into a profitable enterprise for which most Americans were very proud. Yet, you are trying to spin a free market success story into a need for government bailouts? You are spewing NONSENSE!

    It is no wonder that Obama is losing Americans' support! You only defend him through deception, spin and propaganda that is not based in reality!
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    Governor Christie endorses president Obama? Did you watch the last debate? Governor Romney endorsed president Obama then.
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    @Denizen_Kate thank you, we're leaving tomorrow to go home. 3 days in the hospital is too much. Too much noise & so uncomfortable. But I am happy, we are. Little man is sleeping after I fed him. He's gonna be good. Nothing bad happen in the hospital we're in so I am very thankful b/c of that. One hospital had to be evacuated b/c it lost power and was flooded. That's horrible but I heard that the first responders were fast and handling this. Big applaud to them. My son spent his storm days in the hospital and tomorrow he'll get his first look at the real world and what happened while he was in his paradise.
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    @MBernard -- Glad to hear it. I saw video of that one hospital being evacuated, which is why I asked. Everyone seemed to be moving with a purpose, like they knew what they were doing. Always reassuring, isn't it?
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    No, he was fed up with being attacked during a time of National Hurt, he just may have Jumped to Democratic Governornship because of these attacks!
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    YES HE IS AND SHOULD! CHRISTIE IS NO DUMMY EITHER. THE PEOPLE OF NEW JERSEY LOVE OBAMA AND CHRISTIE HAS TO RUN AGAIN JUST NEXT YEAR! HE WILL NEED A LOT OF DEMOCRATS TO WIN AGAIN!! PLUS I DO THINK HE IS DOING A GOOD JOB WITH THE AFTERMATH OF THE STORM!!
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    I think Christie deserves positive recognition from the left on this one. His bi-partisianship, along with the presidents, shows that with teamwork more can be accomplished.
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    This question is ridiculous. If Hurricane Sandy hit Massachusetts while Romney were governor, he would either have three things to say: 1) Obama ignored us 2) Obama gave us minimum attention or 3) FEMA and the president did their jobs. It is sick that the liberal and liberal media would try to use this disaster to buff up Obama.

    That shows how lousy of a president that he is. I will purposely lead 1000 more people to not vote for Obama, if the libs try to use this disaster to get votes.
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    probably,but Obama is doing a hell of a lot better than bush did during the Katrina disaster.during Katrina people were stuck on top of there houses for days without food and water and he could have ordered a lot more help than he did.more people volunteered with their own boats and supplies than what the government did and that's shows america is a very strong nation with or without the support of the government and i think Obama is doing an outstanding job in trying his best to help all people that are in need from this terrible storm
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