I realize Glenn Beck was all over the man playing his obnoxious and snarky sound bites weekly. And it isn’t the snark that turns me off to him, believe me. No one likes snarkiness more than I.

I just never liked him.

Christie is a tease, a flirt, a gamer and none of the finesse required to pull it off. Stop playing with the reporters, Christie. They are not a toy. If he would cut that crap out I would like him but still not as much as Mitch Daniels

~ BoR

Kind of interesting to see the faithful fall off the wagon now.

I’ve been trying to give him the benefit of the doubt, even after he copped to weeping when Obama rewarded his Jersey photo op with a personal phone call from Bruuuuuuuce.


Did his defection at the eleventh hour hurt Romney? Most definitely.

It is what it is, man. History will decide whether or not Christie was the turning point. From my view he took the devastation of Jersey Shore and reflected it back on all of us. The damage in Jersey is nothing compared to what awaits us nation wide so I guess, in a way, Christie got revenge. He’s so damned shallow, and reactionary, though, he probably didn’t see it that way. But so it was. Misery loves company and Christie took the misery of one state and cast it back on all fifty, because he could.

Nicely done.

I wish he had just kept his mouth shut from the beginning and remained neutral on Romney. But he didn’t. He wormed his way in, made himself extremely visible and then just evicerated the ever loving crap out of Romney. That? Takes a cunning I would not have credited him capable of.

Et tu Brute?



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  1. Sharpshooter on November 10, 2012 2:20 pm

    It has started already just like I thought it would with the nation so divided and the hatred so prevalent.


    Obama has achived in just 4 short years what no other president could even dream of accomplishing.
    That the citizens of the United States actually are considering separating themselves from the Govt.in Washington and desire to form their own govt. I am sure we will see in te coming months more of this type of asnwer to his winning reelection. The destruction of the USA as we know it has begun. I am afraid we are going the way of the old Soviet Union in 1991 when citizens are looking forward to stray away from the Union. Well he said he was going to transform America in ways we never dreamed of. His own words. Straight from the horse’s mouth.

  2. Bride on November 10, 2012 6:29 pm

    Yeah. I saw that, too. Interesting times ahead. THe gloating on the left is just mind blowing to watch. Manic.

  3. Sharpshooter on November 11, 2012 2:04 pm

    Is revealing of the people’s mood and forward thinking how the gun sales have increased dramatically since he became president. After the elections arms sales went through the roof. A friend who is in the business told me jokingly he should put his picture up on the wall behind his counter for Salesman of the Year thanking him for his increased business. I do not doubt for one minute that somewhere in the near future is not too farfetched to see similar groundswell movements and calls for secesion from the Union. Texas, Oklahoma and Missouri seem like likely candidates fro these actions. Spain itself is going through this type of historic upheaval at this very moment for similar reasons besides the feeling of nationalism on the part of the Catalans.
    When average folks can no longer identify themselves in anyway with the culture or the political system prevalent in their nations, hated it and despise it, the feeling to secede away from it starts to take root among the population until it becomes a groundswell like a snowball that can’t be stopped.
    Personally I must make this observation. In all my 53 years living in the USA with homes in several states of the Union from the Southwest, Northeast and the South, I have never seen the people of the United States so divided and the level of hatred and vitriol between the two parties so intense in the political discourse so strong.
    As a young boy and later as a high school student in my native country, I used to admire the unity and the democratic way the American people chose their leaders.
    The leader that was touted and exalted by the Left as the one that supposedly was going to unite all of us, the post racial leader, turned out to be the most divisive president ever in our history.
    That will be the real historical legacy of Barack Obama.

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