Chris Christie not invited to CPAC

Chris Christie not invited to CPAC

There are 263 comments on the The Washington Post story from Feb 25, 2013, titled Chris Christie not invited to CPAC. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

The big conservative confab in the Washington area is a routine stopover for potential future potential GOP presidential candidates and has already nabbed most top 2016 contenders.

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Ninthman

“Obama Shames the USA”

Since: Apr 09

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#122 Feb 27, 2013
Christie has his lips super glued to Obama's liberal ass.
serfs up

Melbourne, FL

#123 Feb 27, 2013
Buffalo Bull wrote:
<quoted text>
Your strident refrain is very much in line with the thought that history repeats itself. In 1975 i first voted as a registered Republican. My reason for being GOP at that time was that most of the rigid ideologues were left wingers.
In any era when the radical rule either party the deal making that is required to make Gov't function dries up. The ideologue would rather win points than elections and will remain 'pure', rather than serve the public interest.
After a decade or more of attempting to force the Democrats into hysterical and shrill campaigns, the Left became a spent force.
In the second half of Reagan's Presidency the activist elements inside of the GOP took over and I excused my self. Now the pendulum is swinging back left if the GOP remains rigid and uncompromising it's near team future will remain bleak.
Honestly I would be far more comfortable in yesterday's centrist GOP than in todays Democratic jumble.
I voted for Carter my first vote and being in the military. Voted for John Anderson in 1980 a third party candidate. Voted for Reagan in 1984. Stop the crap. We are a drug infested, alcoholic, baby shitting culture. And if you say a damn word, the howls of hata is spouted out for all to hear. Evil people in protected groups are lauded as heroes. But because all of that is to degree, the people who rule us, use it like a fine tuned violin. Just give me a couple of hundred thousand dollars with real inflation for five years. then I will agree. Its for freedom and civil rights. Economic civil rights. when that is done, we all will be in nirvana.
serfs up

Melbourne, FL

#124 Feb 27, 2013
Buffalo Bull wrote:
<quoted text>
Your strident refrain is very much in line with the thought that history repeats itself. In 1975 i first voted as a registered Republican. My reason for being GOP at that time was that most of the rigid ideologues were left wingers.
In any era when the radical rule either party the deal making that is required to make Gov't function dries up. The ideologue would rather win points than elections and will remain 'pure', rather than serve the public interest.
After a decade or more of attempting to force the Democrats into hysterical and shrill campaigns, the Left became a spent force.
In the second half of Reagan's Presidency the activist elements inside of the GOP took over and I excused my self. Now the pendulum is swinging back left if the GOP remains rigid and uncompromising it's near team future will remain bleak.
Honestly I would be far more comfortable in yesterday's centrist GOP than in todays Democratic jumble.
Its swinging left from what? You mean as an example there were gay marriages from all fifty states some decades ago! Stop the bull. this will end up with camps and deaths. And you will still ask questions even as the police state takes you to the modern ovens.
serfs up

Melbourne, FL

#125 Feb 27, 2013
A republican candidate who is conservative and not a neo con in foreign affairs with freedom as a domestic issue, lowering taxes to the middle class in real terms while cleaning up the corrupted Obamacare act would win an election. Rwpubs did not learn and lost a few months ago. But really, the elitists don't care. Otherwise they would have had President Paul who would have gotten a percentage of his views enacted. Enough to give us a chance for freedom and being a republic. Freedom for our children. That is my views in a direction. but there are people who do not agree.
Say the Truth

Lansdale, PA

#126 Feb 27, 2013
Injudgement wrote:
<quoted text>Reagan in this day and time of the GOP would never even be considered as a Republican candidate. His record on gun control,amnesty and the nations debt (that he raised 186%) would leave him no place in the GOP.
Kennedy wouldn't make it as a Democrat candidate.

Since: Feb 08

Hypoluxo Fl

#127 Feb 27, 2013
serfs up wrote:
<quoted text> I voted for Carter my first vote and being in the military. Voted for John Anderson in 1980 a third party candidate. Voted for Reagan in 1984. Stop the crap. We are a drug infested, alcoholic, baby shitting culture. And if you say a damn word, the howls of hata is spouted out for all to hear. Evil people in protected groups are lauded as heroes. But because all of that is to degree, the people who rule us, use it like a fine tuned violin. Just give me a couple of hundred thousand dollars with real inflation for five years. then I will agree. Its for freedom and civil rights. Economic civil rights. when that is done, we all will be in nirvana.
Incomprehensible "serf's out" drivel.

Since: Feb 08

Hypoluxo Fl

#128 Feb 27, 2013
serfs up wrote:
<quoted text> Its swinging left from what? You mean as an example there were gay marriages from all fifty states some decades ago! Stop the bull. this will end up with camps and deaths. And you will still ask questions even as the police state takes you to the modern ovens.
Incomprehensible "serf's out" drivel.

Since: Feb 08

Hypoluxo Fl

#129 Feb 27, 2013
serfs up wrote:
A republican candidate who is conservative and not a neo con in foreign affairs with freedom as a domestic issue, lowering taxes to the middle class in real terms while cleaning up the corrupted Obamacare act would win an election. Rwpubs did not learn and lost a few months ago. But really, the elitists don't care. Otherwise they would have had President Paul who would have gotten a percentage of his views enacted. Enough to give us a chance for freedom and being a republic. Freedom for our children. That is my views in a direction. but there are people who do not agree.
"president" Paul? You're as wacked out as he is. Take another toke and a blow for your nose.
serfs up

Melbourne, FL

#130 Feb 27, 2013
Mykro wrote:
<quoted text>Incomprehensible "serf's out" drivel.
Evil that shows up to smooth the truth over. Mykro I know you will win the battles. It is to convince a person or two of what is real that interests me. For they may convince one or two.
serfs up

Melbourne, FL

#131 Feb 27, 2013
Mykro wrote:
<quoted text>"president" Paul? You're as wacked out as he is. Take another toke and a blow for your nose.
No you will see your whole family die. And you will beg. But enjoy right now. I should be happy. But I will eventually lament your position. May your family members know peace more then mine in this insane world. Pain hurts.
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#132 Feb 27, 2013
Buffalo Bull wrote:
<quoted text>
I think that Gov. Christie is the kind of a candidate that the GOP's would be king maker is looking for. Rove has made it clear that he believes that some degree of pragmatism will be required for the GOP to regain the edge over the Democrats. Rove's desire to field a GOP that can be sold out side of the party's base is a sound bit of stratagy.
My belief is that the country is best served when both partys have enough moderates to make possible compromise and breaking up the log jam of gridlock. The GOP has over the last decade run purges of their moderates to the point such fine consevitives such as Sen. Lugar are chased away. Very odd world when Rove is considered to be pragmatic
I think you're on the right track. Right now it's the radicals who are making life tough for everyone... especially the conservatives.
Responsibility

Redwood City, CA

#133 Feb 27, 2013
serfs up wrote:
<quoted text> No you will see your whole family die..
Incomprehensible "serf's out" drivel.

Spoken with violence and hate.
serfs up

Melbourne, FL

#134 Feb 27, 2013
Responsibility wrote:
<quoted text>
Incomprehensible "serf's out" drivel.
Spoken with violence and hate.
It is funny. And then i turn on the internet and see the people killed and hurt from progressive laws and rules. Day after day, week after week, month after month, year after year and decade after decade. That is the real hate. the violence you support but blame others. For you are getting paid and other suffer for it. I do not laugh yet...Not yet...
Billy Ringo

United States

#135 Feb 27, 2013
Ninthman wrote:
Christie has his lips super glued to Obama's liberal ass.
Which is why he is so popular in NJ. Is there a governor anywhere with a higher approval rating?

Cuomo is at 65%.

au contraire

“Forever Is Promised To No One”

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#136 Feb 27, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
JUST ANOTHER DISASTER BY THE DUMBEST VERSION OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY EVER.....Turning on the Most Popular Governor in the Northeast, if not the whole country.......
He turned on the party for votes for himself........just another politician that can't bare to lose the limelight and power.

au contraire

“Forever Is Promised To No One”

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#137 Feb 27, 2013
Mykro wrote:
<quoted text>"president" Paul? You're as wacked out as he is. Take another toke and a blow for your nose.
You have just written your own epitaph.

au contraire

“Forever Is Promised To No One”

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#138 Feb 27, 2013
serfs up wrote:
<quoted text> I voted for Carter my first vote and being in the military. Voted for John Anderson in 1980 a third party candidate. Voted for Reagan in 1984. Stop the crap. We are a drug infested, alcoholic, baby shitting culture. And if you say a damn word, the howls of hata is spouted out for all to hear. Evil people in protected groups are lauded as heroes. But because all of that is to degree, the people who rule us, use it like a fine tuned violin. Just give me a couple of hundred thousand dollars with real inflation for five years. then I will agree. Its for freedom and civil rights. Economic civil rights. when that is done, we all will be in nirvana.
It is hard to educate the low information voter. It's just almost impossible to raise the bar above their knees.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#139 Feb 27, 2013
au contraire wrote:
<quoted text>He turned on the party for votes for himself........just another politician that can't bare to lose the limelight and power.
Yes, that is how far the GOP has fallen. members think doing the job you were elected to do is turning on your party, and think this is worse than serving your constituents.

Sad...
Responsibility

Redwood City, CA

#140 Feb 27, 2013
serfs up wrote:
<quoted text> the violence you support but blame others.
Dearie, I do not support violence of any kind - especially violence done in the name of the second amendment, gun hugging, hugga hugga machismo and the killing of innoncent children and adults sitting in their classrooms.

Try again ....

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#141 Feb 27, 2013
serfs up wrote:
<quoted text> It is funny. And then i turn on the internet and see the people killed and hurt from progressive laws and rules. Day after day, week after week, month after month, year after year and decade after decade. That is the real hate. the violence you support but blame others. For you are getting paid and other suffer for it. I do not laugh yet...Not yet...
What people are being killed by progressive laws and rules?

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