RINO’s have their place in liberal strong holds, but it is amazing that Christie’s excuse sounds like Obama’s typical excuse of not knowing.
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The left right now is very excited over what we just learned about Governor Christie, because what we’ve just learned about Governor Christie is helping to take the Gates thing off the front page.

What, you haven’t heard about the Christie thing? Well, here’s the thing about Christie. Okay. You all know that it was rumored that Romney was gonna pick Christie to be the VP running mate and then didn’t, okay? And shortly after that, Christie goes out, does his speech at the convention, and it really was a letdown. He’s the keynoter, and they had this big buildup to it, and when Christie gave his speech, it was a letdown. He didn’t even say anything about Romney. Do you remember that? He didn’t even say anything about Romney and he’s the keynote. The
excuse given, “Well, he doesn’t want to be provocative and stir things up. He doesn’t want to detract from Romney. He doesn’t want to steal all the light, take all the oxygen out of the room. So he toned it down as a matter respect.”

Okay, fine. Then here comes hurricane whatever it was, Sandy, and there is Christie walking the beach practically arm in arm with Obama. One week before the election. And talking about what a great guy Obama is. People said, “Well, you know, he had to do that. I mean, the state had been devastated and Obama’s the money, he had to do it.” Well, he didn’t have to do it. Governor Cuomo didn’t want Obama around, and Mayor Doomberg didn’t want Obama around. It was possible to say “no” to the president. Christie didn’t. And even at that there were people, “Well, you know, we gotta cut Governor Christie some slack because he’s governor. That’s his first priority, his first concern, people in the state of New Jersey, devastation, gotta get federal money,” blah, blah, blah, “Don’t sweat it, he’s on our side, big Republican.”

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