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  • #1
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    Um maybe Christie is up to his eyeballs in the worst disaster to ever hit his state and the fact that the pres is rolling up his sleeve to help him means more than if he offends the delicate feelings of the rep candidate.
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    I'm beginning to like Gov. Christie more and more. And I'm a Progressive. He has the brass to tell Fox News, Priebus, McConnell, and Boehner to stuff it, there's a disaster going on.
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    These conservatives don't like anything real. They're mad b/c this seems like a match made in heaven? They wanted Christie to be partisan after that kind of devastation to his home state? I am liking Christie more and more. Christie is a democrat in a republican's body. Loll
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    @NormalFlora i agree 100%. Obama is doing 100 times better than bush ever thought about doing during katrina and he is the whole reason the gas prices didn't go back down after the refineries started back up because bush and Cheney both have there pockets padded by the oil companies and that's why when they lifted the cap off oil prices temporarily it never was put back where it should have been the cap was at 60.00 a barrel and i could understand due to inflation for it to go up to 70.00 a barrel the cap it back off again
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    not only has Obama not done anything while he's down there on the ground he stopped everything else from getting done
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    Why must politicians be attacked for doing the right thing. This is the problem we have to day everyone is so focused on ideology that no one is working together.
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    How silly, Christie need tons of money for NJ, they suffered costly damages and if letting Obama have a photo op in his quest to look presidential in the time of a crisis, after all Rhom taught Obama to never let a crisis go to waste, gets him the money he needs for NJ, I say go for it. No one in their right mind would in any way think this was an endorsement for the reelection of Obama. I know the left is trying to make a big deal about it, but it's just not a big deal at all.
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    Big of a deal for the left-wing and still no official endorsement. I agree, he came to that decision to help his state NJ.
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    "The left" is making a big deal? The article only mentioned conservative critics. Who else has made similar comments?
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    @DARSB Exactly, having the fact you haven't seen "Chris Christie 'Endorses' Obama," and the left-wing responders.
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    @DARSB The right is just mad that their guy is being thoughtful and doing something for his home state. Romney wants to cut off FEMA and in time like these, states would be overwhelmed to handle such problems on their own.
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    It's all fixed now.
    Obama flew over New Jersey in a helicopter today, so everything is fixed now.
    Remember after Katrina, when GW did the exact same thing, and was attacked by the left?
    Ohhhh,... the hypocrisy of the left!
    One good thing for PolitixMary is that the post birth abortion clinics are open for business again, because as you say, thats what liberals are all about!
    It's just amazing!
    Obama takes two hours off from his campaign, for a helicopter ride, and ALL is fixed!
    Maybe he should have done that in Benghazi?
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    It is truly sad to see that you are from Michigan and that you think this way. Your state economy would be f***ed if it wasn't for Obama.
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    I truly and honestly wish Christie would just come out of the closet and just go over to the other side where he belongs. The liberal media is having a field day with this story, but worst than that, Christie is allowing it. America is facing a dire choice, and we don't need the likes of Christie to muddy that choice.
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    @PNWest - He's insane. He's a social liberal, but a fiscal conservative. He doesn't understand how the social policies affect the fiscal policies. A nation where children are raised by welfare checks instead of fathers is a nation that will become more and more dependent, and thus bankrupt. We need to push a strict social agenda, as it is the only way to fix our education problems and our economic problems. If Christie doesn't believe in conservatism, he is more than welcome to go to the other side of the aisle.
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    Some funny stuff here. Now they're calling Christie a RHINO. I remember when these same people early on were calling Romney a RHINO and saying he would NEVER be the choice of the Republican Party. Well today Romney said there was nothing wrong in what Christie is doing. Said it's Obama doing his Job as president and Christie doing his job as governor. So what is it? Romney is back to being a RHINO for saying that it's OK for Christie to do his job?
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    Yeah he should have told Obama he didn't want federal help and let more people suffer even more and possibly die so that mittens doesn't look bad. You are so freaking Coulter. Get your head out of your Rush.
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    @Neo_NtheMatrix "He's insane. He's a social liberal, but a fiscal conservative." That's called a libertarian.
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    Christie has out partisanship aside in the face of great human tragedy. Kudos to him. I have a new found respect for him.
    In the words of another great Republican, Jon Huntsman, "My country before my party."
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    Christie is betting on a return to sanity for the GOP after they lose next week. This is the first steps in the Christie 2016 campaign.
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    Chris Christie and President Obama do what GOOD politicians do in times of crisis, they work together. Romney would be selling the state of New Jersey to the highest bidder.
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    @Keyjo That's not true! He'd outsource it to China. They have lower labor costs and he knows them very well from outsourcing so much Bain business there.
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    @MBernard I heard that Romney told the people in the path of the storm not to risk it. He told them to strap their dogs to the top of their cars and head to higher ground.
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    @PNWest well, I heard after the storm, he told the people that lost their home to borrow money from their parents to rebuild.
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    Christie made the right choice. Jersey was an obama state anyway and christie did what was best for his state and HIS political future.Nothing like working the other side of the aisle.
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    Chris Christie was just being polite and showing gratitude...besides , he would not look good in a dress...He'd
    have to get it at Lane Bryant...JOKING...
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    @marine1 I think he's getting gray, it gets hard worrying about when your going to go on Letterman, AGAIN.
    It's probably also troublesome trying to decide what to wear when partying with Beyonce, Jay Z, and going to
    Vegas ( as our soldiers were dead), I mean worrying about if you'll win or lose at the Roulette Wheel and slots,
    Hey, being President is a big fu**ing Deal, Just ask Biden, he'll tell ya, if he can remember... lol
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    @marine1 You mean to make him appear to be worrying about our country? I don't know, he's a shady one, maybe...
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  • #63
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    Obama is just doing what any president would do in a time of crisis. Too bad he didn't focus very long on Benghazi like most presidents would have done. Was the timing not advantageous for his re-election?
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    he's not helping him. Bloomberg and Cuomo told Obama to go fish. Christie's helping his people and keeping Obama busy
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    Pray for victims of Hurricane Sandy! It does not matter if you are Republican, Democrat, or Independent. We all need to pull together on the recovery effort.
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    I do not think he is trying to help Obama. Think of it this way. Christie has a job to do. Obama has a job to do. It requires them to meld together to get things accomplished in order to overcome this national tragedy. I think it speaks highly of Christie and the Republican Party to praise someone of the other party. It does not mean that Obama is any more competent than he was before this disaster or that Christie is being patronizing. If you are undecided about whom you are voting for and you let Gov. Christie's praise of Obama lead you to decide to vote for Obama, then I think you are very misguided. The fact that Obama did the right thing is insignificant. That is what he is supposed to do as President. He should have done the same thing in Libya but he refused. That will cost him the election.
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    The left isn't the one crying the blues. The ultra right is. Christie is doing his job as a Governor, Obama doing his job as President and the ultra right can't get beyond their hillbilly hate.
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    Glad to see Chris Christie dismiss partisanship to work hand in hand with the President on behalf of the citizens of New Jersey......this should be the norm.
    I would take a serious look at him if he ran in 2016.
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    I seriously doubt Christie has jumped fence to the other side. He is doing his job nothing more. This man no matter his political standing seems to be one hell've guy! After doing some reading about him on my own he would catch my attention if he ran for president.
  • #132
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    How is this politically motivated? When do we as Americans unite to achieve a common goal and forget about who is a donkey or an elephant? Remember Katrina? If our president at the time could have bypassed political affiliation and be a human first, the outcome would have been significantly different.
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