Kathleen Parker: Maybe Christie could...

Kathleen Parker: Maybe Christie could use an Obama hug

There are 65 comments on the Sacramento Bee Newspaper story from Jan 12, 2014, titled Kathleen Parker: Maybe Christie could use an Obama hug. In it, Sacramento Bee Newspaper reports that:

In the days since revelations surfaced about New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's office orchestrating the now-infamous George Washington Bridge lane closings, I've had at least four different reactions.

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“i hope we can change this!”

Since: Aug 08

usa

#1 Jan 12, 2014
he could use an Obama "media pass"!
conservative crapola

“Hicksville Hootenanny”

Since: Sep 13

Kornfield Kounty

#2 Jan 12, 2014
christie is now poison, so there won't be any hugs.

Since: Sep 08

Viva Madeira

#3 Jan 12, 2014
More than an Obama hug,(political dig from Parker) what Christie needs is to make sure he told the whole, unvarnished truth of his non-involvement in the bridge closure. Because if he has lied in any capacity ..... he can kiss his presidential ambition good-bye.
Billy Ringo

Forest Hills, NY

#4 Jan 12, 2014
Marichu wrote:
More than an Obama hug,(political dig from Parker) what Christie needs is to make sure he told the whole, unvarnished truth of his non-involvement in the bridge closure. Because if he has lied in any capacity ..... he can kiss his presidential ambition good-bye.
Presidential ambitions? That is bow DOA.

If he lied in ANY capacity - Donut Boy is gonna get impeached and face a criminal indictment.

Since: Sep 08

Viva Madeira

#5 Jan 12, 2014
Billy Ringo wrote:
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Presidential ambitions? That is bow DOA.
If he lied in ANY capacity - Donut Boy is gonna get impeached and face a criminal indictment.
His presidential plans are depended on the results from the New Jersey legislative panel investigating-----not DOA yet.

Anyway, just think of those who could be replacing him as front-runner:
Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, Rick Perry, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, or Marco Rubio.

Those send a bigger chill down my spine, more than Christie ever did. He is more of a pragmatist than an ideologue like the rest of that motley crew.

“BILLARY 2016 ”

Since: Aug 07

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#6 Jan 12, 2014
His best friend from high school worked for the Port Authority and personally shut down the lanes on the bridge.

But of course, Christie had noooooooooooooooo idea that his bestie had done this.

Any suckers out there interested in buying some swampland in Florida?

“BILLARY 2016 ”

Since: Aug 07

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#7 Jan 12, 2014
Marichu wrote:
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His presidential plans are depended on the results from the New Jersey legislative panel investigating-----not DOA yet.
Anyway, just think of those who could be replacing him as front-runner:
Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, Rick Perry, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, or Marco Rubio.
Those send a bigger chill down my spine, more than Christie ever did. He is more of a pragmatist than an ideologue like the rest of that motley crew.
Yeah, but look at him now. He's a governor of a state and abused the power of the office. We're supposed to believe that as the leader of the free world he won't do something worse? C'mon....let's be real here.

He's a bully. It's obvious by the way he talks to people and by the way he runs his office. He rules through fear. He's no better than Putin.

Since: Sep 08

Viva Madeira

#9 Jan 12, 2014
x0x0x wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah, but look at him now. He's a governor of a state and abused the power of the office. We're supposed to believe that as the leader of the free world he won't do something worse? C'mon....let's be real here.
He's a bully. It's obvious by the way he talks to people and by the way he runs his office. He rules through fear. He's no better than Putin.
I am not denying that he comes across as a megalomaniac. All I’m saying is, I plan to wait for the final report from the New Jersey legislative panel investigation before casting stones.

As to thinking of him as the leader of the free world, that’s putting the cart waaaaay before the horse.(If the democrats have a strong front runner (HRC) then all this is a moot point.) A lot could happen in one week, let alone three years.

“i hope we can change this!”

Since: Aug 08

usa

#10 Jan 12, 2014
I see the liberal jackals are out and about today...

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

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#11 Jan 12, 2014
Marichu wrote:
More than an Obama hug,(political dig from Parker) what Christie needs is to make sure he told the whole, unvarnished truth of his non-involvement in the bridge closure. Because if he has lied in any capacity ..... he can kiss his presidential ambition good-bye.
There is no unvarnished truth about Christie's non-involvement. Pucker up, Chris!

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

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#12 Jan 12, 2014
Marichu wrote:
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His presidential plans are depended on the results from the New Jersey legislative panel investigating-----not DOA yet.
Anyway, just think of those who could be replacing him as front-runner:
Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, Rick Perry, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, or Marco Rubio.
Those send a bigger chill down my spine, more than Christie ever did. He is more of a pragmatist than an ideologue like the rest of that motley crew.
Any of those you mention could replace Christie, with my blessing, since none of them could win a general election.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

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#13 Jan 12, 2014
Marichu wrote:
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I am not denying that he comes across as a megalomaniac. All I’m saying is, I plan to wait for the final report from the New Jersey legislative panel investigation before casting stones.
As to thinking of him as the leader of the free world, that’s putting the cart waaaaay before the horse.(If the democrats have a strong front runner (HRC) then all this is a moot point.) A lot could happen in one week, let alone three years.
How thorough an "investigation" do you expect from the New Jersey legislative panel?

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

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#14 Jan 12, 2014
carey529 wrote:
I see the liberal jackals are out and about today...
As are the teasnorting cabbage-brains.
TedsLiver

Oakland, CA

#15 Jan 12, 2014
Maybe Obama can tell Christie how he got away with Fast and Furious, Bengazzi, IRS scandal, and the NSA scandal. Obama can pass on how he gets the press to cover up for him and how he fools his liberal drone followers.
TedsLiver

Oakland, CA

#16 Jan 12, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>How thorough an "investigation" do you expect from the New Jersey legislative panel?
Probably about as thorough as the cover-up investigations of Bengazzi, the IRS scandal, and the NSA scandal. Christie should tale lessons from Obama.
Cat74

Lisle, IL

#17 Jan 12, 2014
If Christie is running against the Benghazi Bimbo he'll do just fine. He might have a problem running against a scandal free candidate. That the only consolation about running against a Democrat, you could almost be an ax murderer, and look better then the Democrat.
Responsibility

Petaluma, CA

#18 Jan 12, 2014
Cat74 wrote:
you could almost be an ax murderer,
You speak such drivel.

I think christie will bounce back - jersey style - but he has more on his copy book than hugging a president - and I never understood the tbagrepube screeching about that one.
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#19 Jan 12, 2014
It's kind of late to be circling the wagons around Chris Christie in an effort to portray him as a feasible presidential candidate. His recent notoriety has exposed him as a bully and nobody likes a bully — well, almost nobody — so, he could not win election if nominated. The wagon-circling is prompted by the extremely short list of GOP talent, the unattractive Ted Cruz being the only remaining "star." Not only could Mr. Christie not get elected because of his rough manner, he might be in the Big House before he could attempt to move into the White House.

Frankly, it is impossible to predict who the occupied formerly grand old party could dig up to nominate for the presidency. I'm guessing we'll be subjected to another round of embarrassing comedy shows presided over by an intoxicated swaggering Rynce Priebus.

“have seen the years,”

Since: Mar 10

and the slow parade of fears"

#20 Jan 12, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>As are the teasnorting cabbage-brains.
Yeah, and there are A LOT of them.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

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#21 Jan 12, 2014
Doctor My Eyes wrote:
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Yeah, and there are A LOT of them.
Topix is a breeding ground for tea vermin.

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