Governor Christie's NJ woes dog Flori...

Governor Christie's NJ woes dog Florida fundraising trip

There are 44 comments on the Reuters story from Jan 19, 2014, titled Governor Christie's NJ woes dog Florida fundraising trip. In it, Reuters reports that:

The New Jersey mayor who added to Governor Chris Christie's woes with fresh claims that his office punishes uncooperative local officials stuck to her story on Sunday, overshadowing the governor's fundraising trip in Florida.

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“My Commander-in-Chi ef!”

Since: Jun 07

Obama got Osama!

#1 Jan 20, 2014
Chris Christie needs to take his obese fat ass back to New Jersey and resign… take the Richard Nixon route (the republican route) and leave in shame. I am so happy that we finally have it where he has STFU, LOL!
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conservative crapola

“Hicksville Hootenanny”

Since: Sep 13

Kornfield Kounty

#3 Jan 20, 2014
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
Chris Christie needs to take his obese fat ass back to New Jersey and resign… take the Richard Nixon route (the republican route) and leave in shame. I am so happy that we finally have it where he has STFU, LOL!
Stay tuned. waddles is going to play the victim, again, today. LMAO.
Justin

United States

#4 Jan 20, 2014
Christie has lost the New Jersey Democrat vote; that's for sure.

Wether he loses Republican and Independent support depends on how he handles the situation. A real political leader admits mistakes were made and fixes them. He has an opportunity now to prove himself.
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#5 Jan 20, 2014
Surely anyone living on the Eastern Seaboard can't be surprised that dead bodies in New Jersey politics are beginning to rise out of the ground after such a devastating flood?

Now that the lid has been blown off of Soprano style politics in Jersey, it may take 18 to 36 months, but lard tale Christie is on his way to prison. Like those infamous Republicans before him, Christie is the Mafia Don criminal racketeer running an extortion ring from his Governor's Mansion in Trenton, NJ

He's already set a pattern in North Jersey with the municipalities across the river from Manhattan and has done the same along the coast and moving down to the municipalities and counties in South Jersey across the river from Philadelphia.

They have captured Christie with his fingers in the cookie jar.
Gary

Bellingham, WA

#6 Jan 20, 2014
The subpoenas have gone out and the indictments will
follow.

How many of these Republican hoods are going to jail?
Murderous Affair

Pleasantville, NJ

#7 Jan 20, 2014
Eric Gustafson wrote:
Surely anyone living on the Eastern Seaboard can't be surprised that dead bodies in New Jersey politics are beginning to rise out of the ground ...
That is an interesting statement, check this out:

Linwood Confidential: Christie Covers Up Murderous Affair:
http://www.topix.com/forum/state/nj/TE9LQ610G...

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sheepeloveroyalt y

Pottstown, PA

#8 Jan 20, 2014
Should read Christie going to Florida for New Jersey snowbird and transplant money.
conservative crapola

“Hicksville Hootenanny”

Since: Sep 13

Kornfield Kounty

#9 Jan 20, 2014
After lying about his conversation with cuomo, Christie's favorable rating among Empire State voters has dropped from 63% in November to 49% now, with his unfavorable rating jumping from 25% to 39%. Oops.

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#10 Jan 20, 2014
conservative crapola wrote:
After lying about his conversation with cuomo, Christie's favorable rating among Empire State voters has dropped from 63% in November to 49% now, with his unfavorable rating jumping from 25% to 39%. Oops.
According to your post, 49% of New Yorkers have a favorable view of the NJ Governor while 39% have an unfavorable view. You do realize that this means almost 25% more New Yorkers like him than dislike him. That's not an "Oops." That's a "Wow!" If only Obama could say that!
USA Today

Cedarburg, WI

#11 Jan 20, 2014
Christi supporters keep saying that it's no more than politics as usual in New Jersey and everyone will get over the scandal. Not so in my state. We wouldn't tolerate it.

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#12 Jan 20, 2014
USA Today wrote:
Christi supporters keep saying that it's no more than politics as usual in New Jersey and everyone will get over the scandal. Not so in my state. We wouldn't tolerate it.
As U.S. Attorney, Christie convicted or got guilty please from 130 public officials. He did this in less than 10 years, meaning that more than 1 corrupt NJ politician was removed from office each month. And this does not include Former Governor Jon Corzine who stole billions after he left office. Or, for that matter, Former Governor Jim McGreevy who left office before he could be impeached for corruption. So, there is quite a bit of corruption in NJ politics. So, I cN certainly believe this is politics as usual in NJ.
USA Today

Cedarburg, WI

#13 Jan 20, 2014
We know of Christi's successes. And perhaps that exonerates him in New Jersey. But not so across the nation.
conservative crapola

“Hicksville Hootenanny”

Since: Sep 13

Kornfield Kounty

#14 Jan 20, 2014
Christie's record of political support for Muslims dates back to his days as U.S. attorney. It was then, in 2006, when he came to the aid of a radical Muslim imam, Mohammed Qatanani, who was on the verge of being deported from the United States for failure to disclose terrorist affiliations.

As a Muslim Brotherhood operative, he had provided financial support for terrorist activities and continued to send large cash transfers to the West Bank.

Then-U.S. Attorney Chris Christie came to the aid of the imam. In response to a 2008 DHS court filing, Christie defended the imam as a "man of great goodwill" and sent his assistant U.S. attorney, Charles McKenna, to court to serve as a character witness. As a result of Christie's efforts, Qatanani was granted legal permanent residency.

The plot thickens for waddles..........

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#15 Jan 20, 2014
USA Today wrote:
We know of Christi's successes. And perhaps that exonerates him in New Jersey. But not so across the nation.
While Democrat mud-slinging has taken a toll on Chritie's popularity among independents, his popularity has remained steady among Republicans and Americans overall.

"Compared with a survey taken one year ago, disapproval of Christie has risen 17 percentage points, to 34%. Approval remained essentially the same, moving from 40% to 38%."

http://www.latimes.com/nation/politics/politi...
USA Today

Cedarburg, WI

#16 Jan 20, 2014
At this stage Christi needs a dramatic answer to the doings of his political machine. And the only way out may be to switch political parties and let the Republicans sink with the label of corruption.
Ohh Em Gee

Webster, MA

#17 Jan 20, 2014
conservative crapola wrote:
After lying about his conversation with cuomo, Christie's favorable rating among Empire State voters has dropped from 63% in November to 49% now, with his unfavorable rating jumping from 25% to 39%. Oops.
Seeing as though hes the NJ gov and not the NY Gov, why would he care what NY thinks of him. You post some dumb crap man. try getting some original material.
Ohh Em Gee

Webster, MA

#18 Jan 20, 2014
conservative crapola wrote:
Christie's record of political support for Muslims dates back to his days as U.S. attorney. It was then, in 2006, when he came to the aid of a radical Muslim imam, Mohammed Qatanani, who was on the verge of being deported from the United States for failure to disclose terrorist affiliations.
As a Muslim Brotherhood operative, he had provided financial support for terrorist activities and continued to send large cash transfers to the West Bank.
Then-U.S. Attorney Chris Christie came to the aid of the imam. In response to a 2008 DHS court filing, Christie defended the imam as a "man of great goodwill" and sent his assistant U.S. attorney, Charles McKenna, to court to serve as a character witness. As a result of Christie's efforts, Qatanani was granted legal permanent residency.
The plot thickens for waddles..........
Are you saying the "Muslim Brotherhood" is a terrorist organization? You mean the same "Muslim Brotherhood" that Obama gave Egypt to? So is the Brotherhood good only when Democrats are helping them and bad when republicans are working with them? Or are you just a childish hypocrite who cant put down the kool aide? Cant have it both ways you know.

Kinda like how Al Qaeda was destroyed and evil when Obama got Bin Laden killed only to help and arm them in Syria. Either they are evil and dead or they are alive and just poor Muslim "Freedom Fighters".

So it really comes as no surprise that you, being a huge hypocritical liar would support the same qualities in a politician.

Hypocrite be "conservative crapola's" name.

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#19 Jan 20, 2014
conservative crapola wrote:
Christie's record of political support for Muslims dates back to his days as U.S. attorney. It was then, in 2006, when he came to the aid of a radical Muslim imam, Mohammed Qatanani, who was on the verge of being deported from the United States for failure to disclose terrorist affiliations.
As a Muslim Brotherhood operative, he had provided financial support for terrorist activities and continued to send large cash transfers to the West Bank.
Then-U.S. Attorney Chris Christie came to the aid of the imam. In response to a 2008 DHS court filing, Christie defended the imam as a "man of great goodwill" and sent his assistant U.S. attorney, Charles McKenna, to court to serve as a character witness. As a result of Christie's efforts, Qatanani was granted legal permanent residency.
The plot thickens for waddles..........
And at his trial, Rabbi Senter of Pompton Lakes, one of Qatanani's character witnesses noted that Qatanani was “the most moderate individual you could imagine." During his trial, it was found that, Qatanani did not support terrorist organizations. It seems to me that Christie was correct in his estimation of the Imam's character, especially since that estimation was echoed by a Rabbi.

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#20 Jan 20, 2014
USA Today wrote:
At this stage Christi needs a dramatic answer to the doings of his political machine. And the only way out may be to switch political parties and let the Republicans sink with the label of corruption.
Nah...
As you pointed out, it's politics as usual. By the way, did you see that the chair of the NJ Senate investigation committee, a Democrat of course, has threatened to continue the investigation for two years. Now, why do you think he said that? Can you think of anything that will happen two years from now?
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#21 Jan 20, 2014
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>
Nah...
As you pointed out, it's politics as usual. By the way, did you see that the chair of the NJ Senate investigation committee, a Democrat of course, has threatened to continue the investigation for two years. Now, why do you think he said that? Can you think of anything that will happen two years from now?
Christie going to prison.

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