Chris Christie’s Sympathy for Obama
Chris Christie is such a RINO.
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We’re obsessed. These Republican establishment types are obsessed. They still live in this dream world where they think parliament who are the deciding factors in presidential elections believe in this bipartisan working together, and every time we nominate a candidate who lays claim to being able to do it, they get skunked. Isn’t the evidence clear the tactic doesn’t work? So why keep going for it when the tactic doesn’t work?
You look at this Washington Post story that says if the election were held today that Romney would win by the same margin Obama won — Romney would win the election today with everybody knowing what they know now — and there’s not one word about bipartisan or Hispanics or anything the Republicans think they’ve gotta do to win. It’s all because of Obama. It’s not because Romney has all of a sudden become loved and adored. It’s because people have finally seen the truth about Obama.
Well, that could have been hastened and helped if we had a party that would have told people the truth about Obama, but they didn’t. Now here’s Governor Christie lamenting the fact that we shouldn’t minimize Obama’s ability to be an executive. Well I’m, like you, stupefied. Sometimes you know what I think? I’m gonna catch heck for this. I’m just… Maybe I ought to reserve this ’til later. Sometimes I think some people are just caught up in being celebrities, and whatever that takes is it.
The celebrity for life, you know? Sometimes I wonder. No, I’m not talking about anybody in particular. It’s just this cross the aisle, bipartisan, work-together tactic doesn’t work. The Republicans are not winning presidential elections with that, and yet we keep hyping it. Here’s the next sound bite Governor Christie. In the next breath, he says that Obamacare is and always was a failure and won’t succeed.