Monday, June 29, 2015

About Christie

He says he's going to be "the ideas candidate." I assume transportation will not be a featured topic.

That would be like Walker calling himself "the tolerance candidate."

Or "the environmental candidate."

Or "the honesty candidate."


my5cents said...

We don't need any more big and bold ideas. We need common sense to prevail. Christie's idea of telling it like it is, or telling it like he thinks it is, and how it actually is are completely different planets. As far as social security goes, he doesn't need to touch or "hug" it. It is just fine. Increased benefits would be good for many seniors who are living on below poverty income. I don't think it was Christie's modest upbringing that shaped him so much as the dirty politics he got involved in as state AG that shaped him. Funny how the NJ economy is in the toilet like Wisconsin, Kansas, Louisiana, and most other Republican run states. In any case he is no more fit to be President of our great country than Walker or any of the other Republican candidates.

Anonymous said...

After 14 years of watching Christie, a warning: He lies

My testimony amounts to a warning: Don't believe a word the man says.

If you have the stomach for it, this column offers some greatest hits in Christie's catalog of lies.

Don't misunderstand me. They all lie, and I get that. But Christie does it with such audacity, and such frequency, that he stands out.

He's been lying on steroids lately, on core issues like Bridgegate, guns and that cozy personal friendship with his buddy, the King of Jordan

Anonymous said...

Birds of a feather flock wonder why Walker and Christie were great friends over the last few years.