Video: Sen. Ayotte on potential Christie presidential run: "He's a strong candidate"

Nov 4, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: CBS News

Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., talked to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the 2016 presidential race, the Benghazi attack, Obamacare, and the budget crises that have faced the government over the past few years.

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Sterkfontein Swartkrans

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He seems to be an old school republican and is not a teabagging nut case like cruz.
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There is PLENTY of dirt on Christie.

All that dirt ALREADY came to the surface when Romney VETTED him and decided NOT to have him as a running mate.

"unanswered questions on a defamation lawsuit against the governor from earlier in his political career, on a Securities and Exchange Commission settlement involving Mr. Christie’s brother, on names and documentation of his household help, on information from his time as a securities industry lobbyist, and on his medical history,"

The dirt will again rise to the surface if Christie tries to throw his hat in the ring.

Also, there are plenty of people who will remember how Christie got all chummy with Obama after Hurricane Sandy, and promises that everything will get done quickly; EXCEPT there are still areas still untouched, even after all those promises.
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He's a fat bastid RINO.
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Eleanor wrote:
There is PLENTY of dirt on Christie.
All that dirt ALREADY came to the surface when Romney VETTED him and decided NOT to have him as a running mate.
"unanswered questions on a defamation lawsuit against the governor from earlier in his political career, on a Securities and Exchange Commission settlement involving Mr. Christie’s brother, on names and documentation of his household help, on information from his time as a securities industry lobbyist, and on his medical history,"
The dirt will again rise to the surface if Christie tries to throw his hat in the ring.
Also, there are plenty of people who will remember how Christie got all chummy with Obama after Hurricane Sandy, and promises that everything will get done quickly; EXCEPT there are still areas still untouched, even after all those promises.
As long as there is a birth certificate somewhere! LOLL
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No hes not.Hes an obese RINO that Hillary would love to go against.Half the Republican voters would stay home.Hell,right now Michele Obama is making up a new diet for him as we speak...Marco Rubio is the answer.Hes got Tea Party roots but has a practical side also.The next President will need to be bilingual(if its a Republican)and Rubio is.The next President will need to redo or repeal obamacare and Rubio will.The next Republican Presidential candidate will need coat tails for the Rs to take
congress and Rubio will.
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Marco Rubio is the answer.
What is Rubio's answer today on immigration? He seems to change his mind a lot.
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Responsibility wrote:
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What is Rubio's answer today on immigration? He seems to change his mind a lot.
What's Obama's answer today on the (Un)Affordable Health Care Act? He seems to lie a lot.

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Of all the presidential candidates the GOP could offer, Chris Christie is the only one who has even the slightest hint of a chance. Even all you Tea Party pawns know that.
Actually maybe you're not programmed to know that.

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Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, we understand you set in fear of a real American. If elected, forget all your freechit.
Since when are "real Americans" out to destroy our democracy? Ted Cruz et al are such obvious traitors to a decent and compassionate America, they belong in lockdown with the criminally insane. They have room for you too.

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Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Well you say that at every RINO rally. Christie like I said has some good points, even Obama has good points, pivoting to jobs isn't one of them. If Christie wins the nomination, who ever you try to fool us with this time will be a shoe in. The conservatives and the Paul people will stay home again........which is what you want.
Well, it's been awhile between RINO rallies, let's say from never to never.
Don't misunderstand. When I suggested Christie has a chance, I didn't mean a serious chance. And the Paul people should stay home. The mental hospitals are overcrowded.

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Don't surprised if its a Cliton/Christie ticket.
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RustyS wrote:
Don't surprised if its a Cliton/Christie ticket.
That would be exciting!
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Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Christie is the strongest candidate the liberals have for President. He has some very good attributes, however his heart is still in New Jersey.
The most interesting candidate would be Edward Cruz...... I can't wait to see the Republican Primary with a potential lineup of Cruz, and Perry leading the festival and an added attraction of Sarah Palin or Michelle Bachman.

That would be great.......entertainment
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yea, that's what was promised about Romney, a shoe in........ ROFLMAO

America will be another 25 years before there is any hope of a Republican in the White House
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Well you say that at every RINO rally. Christie like I said has some good points, even Obama has good points, pivoting to jobs isn't one of them. If Christie wins the nomination, who ever you try to fool us with this time will be a shoe in. The conservatives and the Paul people will stay home again........which is what you want.
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Rand Paul, the great orator he's turned out to become is a national Joke.

He can kiss any chance he has at becoming a national figure that's not related to being a laughing stock figure.
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<quoted text>Well, it's been awhile between RINO rallies, let's say from never to never.
Don't misunderstand. When I suggested Christie has a chance, I didn't mean a serious chance. And the Paul people should stay home. The mental hospitals are overcrowded.
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Lawrence Wolf wrote:
Of all the presidential candidates the GOP could offer, Chris Christie is the only one who has even the slightest hint of a chance. Even all you Tea Party pawns know that.
Actually maybe you're not programmed to know that.
He has about the same chance of winning the conservative vote as Cruz has of winning the Democrat vote. RINO's don't do well in Presidential elections...just ask McCain and Romney.

He's perfect for the very blue state of New Jersey, though. Dem not so lite.

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