Skip to comments.‘Knee-deep’ in Sandy woes, she votes for Obama, admires Christie
Posted on 11/06/2012 9:52:59 PM PST by huac
WATER CAME UP through Nikki Brunetti's toilets, through her shower and under her doors, slowly rising to unimaginable depths inside her Brigantine home last week...Since then, she's piled up lifelong possessions at her curb, shaken hands with Gov. Christie, and met President Obama, all in her hometown. The experience cast Christie in a new light for her and only reinforced her support for President Obama, she said.
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primary Christie in 2013
primary Christie in 2013
She can float out to sea with the rest of the garbage
Good Luck with that Noreaster tomorrow
She probably looked at Christi as a life preserver, for her whole town.
If Oturd won this election over a photo op and some help at the debate by another blimp, that will definitely send me over the edge with our pop culture voters.
America as we knew it is dead
Since New York and New Jersey are so happy with big government let the government rebuild them. No donations from individuals like me. Lets see how happy they are waiting for the government to get around to it.
All jokes aside, it’s over. Tipping point. It was a good run.
Christie was a school yard bully. He talked real tough. But when Sandy came along and punched him in the nose, he ran crying to behind obama. What a weak piece of crap!
I was going to donate. Not now. I just became very hard hearted.
Criticize the voters here in New Jersey all you want, but the truth is that people like this dingbat are precisely the reason why Chris Christie is the Republican governor of a state that hasn’t voted for a Republican presidential candidate since he weighed about 120 pounds.
Christie said what he said and the media carried the ball making people like my wife say that Christie was endorsing Obama for re-election.
I don’t think Christie supported Obama (he was for Romney) but the impression was left and uncorrected by the governor.
There were better words to have been said in a number of situations by Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock but Christie’s
comments were FUBAR.
He should have said that “in this time of crisis, I am working together with the president in spite of our partisan political differences, I support Mitt Romney for president, to work for the common good of the people of New Jersey....”
Anybody need me as a speechwriter, I’ll consider your offer.
And now christie will see just how fast the media, who yesterday were singing his praises, turn on him and rip him to shreds. I will enjoy it.
I won’t pretend to know what Christie’s motives were. As a seasoned politician, he should know the power of narrative. The disaster was an opportunity for a Benghazi’ed Obama, who does not know the meaning of bipartisan, to look presidential. A Republican governor handed him the most important news conference of his re-election.
I have no sympathy for Sandy victims that voted for 0bama. None. Period.
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