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Christie under fire

January 18, 2014

Oh, the travails of the northeastern Republicans....

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TruthSeeker

Jan-19-14 8:16 AM

Funny liberal propaganda. Can't wait for the next hilarious article from this obvious one-sided view from Taylor AFTER the election results. So many liberals are going to be stunned, shocked, and in despair when they see how many Americans distrust anything they have to say now. Obama & his administration, the liberal media lies have left NO reason to believe anything these goons have to say anymore. Too many lies; too much deceit and too much characteristics of Mao, Che, Stalin, Hitler coming from President Obama and his lawless goon Eric Holder to expect DNC to be successful for DECADES!

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nelliebly

Jan-19-14 2:00 PM

Do you have any clue who Chris Christie is, TruthSeeker?

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TruthSeeker

Jan-21-14 10:07 AM

Nellie is confused again. He/she/it keeps asking dumb questions because evidently he/she/it doesn't know anything.

Nellie; you obviously have internet access; look your questions up if you do not know them. I am not your walking, breathing encyclopedia or dictionary. Geez/ Must conservatives ALWAYS teach liberals????

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TruthSeeker

Jan-23-14 11:46 AM

I see the democrats are up to their dirty voting tricks again. Put a lib in the race and pretend he's a conservative. We aren't fooled.

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nelliebly

Jan-23-14 1:51 PM

TruthSeeker, your ignorance is stunning. Chris Christie was (operative word) the best chance the republican party had to field a candidate who might win against the presumed Dem presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton. All the polls indicated that.

Chris Christie is a republican who was playing a political game in his state to make sure he got re-elected. His claim to being bi-partisan was his number one selling point; however, it now appears that he was extorting and bullying Dems in the state to support him.

Now, THAT is definitely a republican politician.

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TruthSeeker

Jan-23-14 3:31 PM

HAHAHAHA.....Nellie is so funny. She actually thinks republicans listen to a liberal nutty democrat give advice on their party.

You never cease to make me laugh Nellie.

Keep it up. Your silliness is hilarious. Didn't finish high school did you?

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TruthSeeker

Jan-23-14 3:33 PM

Tell you what Nellie.....YOU vote for him when you move to NJ. Okay? Since you seem to like him so much. HAHAHAHA....

Bwahahaha....

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nelliebly

Jan-23-14 4:02 PM

TruthSeeker, you people give new meaning to the word "projection".

TS: "...Didn't finish high school did you?"

This Chris Christie issue has you really confused, doesn't it?

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nelliebly

Jan-23-14 8:29 PM

Do you know what the word "projection" means, Maj? TruthSeeker assigns her own shortcomings and limitations to others. This was her last comment to me:

TS: "...Didn't finish high school did you?"

I'm sure you can figure this one out.

The Dems have not been hoping for a Christie primary win. As I've stated, the polls indicate that he would be a threat to Hillary Clinton. Establishment republicans and big money republican donors are still hoping he can avoid the scandal.

I have no idea where you people get your news, information and political analyses, but I suggest you move outside the bubble you live in and join us in the real world.

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nelliebly

Jan-23-14 10:31 PM

Heh, she's struggling with the concept of a primary with Capito and what's-his-name. Thinking bigger right now isn't an option.

Christie might squeak through without being convicted of anything but his approval ratings are crashing. I don't think he has much of a chance at the nomination. I do think he would have been a formidable opponent for Hillary - and yes, I believe she will run.

I'm hoping that Ted Cruz gets the nomination. Seeing him on the national stage will show the republicans just how lost their party is. I'm hoping Tina Fey can capture him as well as she did Sarah Palin.

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nelliebly

Jan-24-14 7:44 AM

Maj, you want to characterize yourself as informed and a true insider. If that is the case, why do you continue to spout RW conspiracy theories about Chris Christie? All you have to do is read his bio and pay attention to his political ambitions. He is neither a Democrat, nor is he "liberal".

You only make yourself appear gullible and ignorant when you don't accept the fact that political analysis happens on both sides.

Christie is claiming that MSNBC is reporting the details of his administration's scandal with "glee". I have to agree and add that the reporting MSNBC is doing is thorough and focused.

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nelliebly

Jan-24-14 5:35 PM

Maj, you really need to get out more.

No one in the "leftist camp pulled the trigger" on Chris Christie. "Bridgegate" began with an email from Christie's Deputy Chief of Staff, Bridget Kelly.

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nelliebly

Jan-25-14 6:32 AM

OK, Maj, you are saying that the RNC, the republican elite and the republican big money donors are all under the influence of a secret, shadow Democratic power machine which chooses the presidential candidate for the party. Right?

Were you paying attention to the republican primaries in 2012?

Did you watch the republican "debates"?

Did you vote in the primary for one of the Clown Car candidates other than Romney?

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nelliebly

Jan-25-14 7:50 AM

I have no idea what you think you "know" about the Left and doubt very seriously that you have read Rules for Radicals. I do know that you are unable to focus on the issues which you, yourself, raise. You ask infantile questions to which others respond with FACTS.

You appear to support the theory that the Democrats somehow are influencing the choice of republican presidential candidates. You cite McCain and Romney as examples.

Perhaps you are unaware that the republican party elites have their own system which is based on who is deemed "next in line". McCain and Romney are both perfect examples of that.

You seem to be more comfortable with the idea that it isn't the republican party which is at fault for losing presidential elections.

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nelliebly

Jan-25-14 8:18 AM

OK, Maj, to sum up yet another manic rant, you believe that the Democrats are controlling the republican party.

Have I got that right?

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nelliebly

Jan-25-14 5:58 PM

Maj, it looks to me as if you are very afraid of the Liberals and really do believe the Dems control the republican party, "...Liberals running around seducing these weak and left of centre Republicans with the thought that they are mavericks and real americans who would appeak to liberals and the Democrats..."

The republican elites know very well that none of the Clown Car Candidates can win a general election. If McCain and Romney couldn't win, it wasn't because they weren't "conservative" enough...it was because they couldn't beat Obama.

Maj, that's the TRUTH and you'll just have to accept it. Because you're going to have another TRUTH just like it in 2016.

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nelliebly

Jan-26-14 8:00 AM

Maj, 1/26, 6:17 a.m., "...its easy for the WeCantWin GOP folks to appear seduced..."

So, Maj, you contend that the media influences the GOP to such an extent that the Democrats control the republican party.

Ah, yes, "It's The Media's Fault"...the default position of the republicans.

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nelliebly

Jan-27-14 11:17 AM

Maj, you neglected to mention FoxNoise.

Frank Rich 1/26/14 (excerpt) The most interesting news about Fox News is that for some years now it has been damaging the right far more than the left. As a pair of political analysts wrote at Reuters last year, “When the mainstream media reigned supreme, between 1952 and 1988, Republicans won seven out of the ten presidential elections,” but since 1992, when “conservative media began to flourish” (first with Rush Limbaugh’s ascendancy, then with Fox), Democrats have won the popular vote five out of six times. You’d think they’d be well advised to leave Fox News to its own devices so that it can continue to shoot its own party in the foot.

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nelliebly

Jan-27-14 6:04 PM

Maj: "...But Fox news is 1 network against the very entrenched ABC, NBC, CBS, MSNBC, CNN, NPR, BET, MTV, WashPost, NYTimes, LATImes, etc..."

So, Maj, is it your opinion that Fox is actually a "news" organization which can fairly be compared with the mixed-media you chose?

And how, exactly, does MTV fit into that list?

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nelliebly

Jan-28-14 6:33 AM

I'm going to agree with Frank Rich (1/26/14) about FoxNoise:

excerpt: "Rather than waste time bemoaning Fox’s bogus journalism, liberals should encourage it. The more that Fox News viewers are duped into believing that the misinformation they are fed by Ailes is fair and balanced, the more easily they can be ambushed by reality as they were on Election Night 2012. We are all fond of quoting the Daniel Patrick Moynihan dictum that “everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts.” But we should start considering the possibility that it now works to the Democrats’ advantage that Fox News does manufacture its own facts. Much as it lulled its audience in 2012 into believing that Romney’s “47 percent” tape was just a passing storm, so it is now peddling similar assurances about Chris Christie’s travails."

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TruthSeeker

Jan-28-14 6:56 AM

Isn't it funny how liberals like Dr. Turner and What, Nellie love to "pretend" they hate pushy people in office who have their agenda and refuse to listen to others' opinions............as long as it's not one of their own?

I notice Dr. Turner, in describing in his own opinion, the characteristic of Chris Christie, just also described the actual characteristics of OBAMA and many other DEMOCRATS over the past 4 years!!! Amazing! Blind and cannot see. lolol.

Oh libs can see the "resemblence" of the two; they just won't admit it.

Libs LOVE dictators..........but ONLY if they are liberal dictators.

Your hypocrisy is showing again democrats. THIS is what is destroying you all. Voters can see it clearly and are disgusted by the hypocrisy and childishness antics of pretending democrats don't do such things when it's right "in your face" constantly.

What/Nellie 'choose' to act dumb and like they don't see it. They KNOW that the conservatives do nothing th

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TruthSeeker

Jan-28-14 6:58 AM

Turner/What/Nellie and other dems know that conservatives don't do anything that the democrats aren't already doing. They only 'accept' these things when it's one of their own. They make excuses for their antics, their incompetences, their stupidity. Not working. Voters are awake and quite clear on Obama/dems nonworkable schemes.

A lot of once democrat states are becoming more conservative each election. THIS scares the bejesus out of them all. They see it. That is why they must come up with more and different lies and schemes. The old ones aren't working anymore. LOL.

Democrats....destroying themselves. I knew they would.

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nelliebly

Jan-28-14 7:21 AM

TruthSeeker, again, you really do give new meaning to the word, "projection".

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TruthSeeker

Jan-28-14 8:51 AM

Nellie, again you DO give new meaning to the word "STUPID!"

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TruthSeeker

Jan-28-14 8:53 AM

Nellie, I seriously doubt you even know the meaning of the word "projection" much less the answer to your liberal "hypocrisy."

Your 'non-answer' to the questions I assume, means you agree with my assessment? LOL.

Cornered Nellie?

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