Christie still trying to explain His pre-election goof up
Governor Chris Christie was interviewed this week by Steve Adubato Jr. - the son of one of the two Democrat Party bosses who together with Christie run the state. I’ve been told that it was through Christie’s efforts that NJN, the state’s public broadcast station, was turned over to the younger Adubato.
Adubato owns Caucus Educational Corp which is working with NJPAC on an interview series to be broadcast on NJTV and WNET. The Christie interview will air January 9, 2013, on NJTV and January 17, 2013, on WNET. As reported in the Star-Ledger, Christie is still trying to explain why he did what he did to give us four more years of the anointed one.
“(Obama) executed very well in the storm and I said what I believed at that moment.”
Ah, wait a minute Gov, Obama never got the chance to execute before you were all over him with hugs and kisses. Next time play hard to get or at least count to ten and stop to think of what you are about to do and what could happen because of it. Good thing you are not a chick because chicks like you get pregnant.
“Mitt Romney knew that I was doing what had to be done.”
He knew that you had to screw him and cost him the election? He told you to go ahead, that a year of his life and $800 million in campaign funds was nothing to worry about?
“Then the media and political operatives got involved and it turned into a story.”
Ever think that big Republican Chris Christie throwing the election to Democrat Barack Obama was news?
“It’s just stupid for anyone to be upset with my reaction, even if it was a week before the election.”
We all know that you don’t do humility Gov, but maybe it was a stupid thing for you to do in the first place, especially a week before the election?
Come on Governor, are you really telling us that the only thing you could have done when you met President Obama was to taking off your clothes and get naked with him? Because figuratively speaking, that’s what you did.
“We lost two national elections in a row. We’re not connecting with Americans on the issues that matter most to them. We haven’t had the best candidates. I believe that Mitt Romney is a good man. I was out supporting him before anyone else, but he simply didn’t connect with Americans.”
Gov, did you forget the national election of 2010? We kicked butt. We lost a presidential election because people like you didn’t listen to conservatives when they told you that Romney didn’t connect with average Americans. Don’t blame me, I voted for Ron Paul.
“I wasn’t ready to run for President this time. If it comes, I know that I will be more ready for it than I would have been this year.”
You gotta love it! The Gov wasn’t ready before but now he’s ready since he has the love of the anointed one and some old rocker named Springsteen. Is anything more creepy than old men putting the moves on each other?
We don’t want to know about your old fashioned taste in music. We didn’t need to know it about Ron Paul. We need to know your policies. Stop the emotion and start using your head.