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    Re: Union leader calls New Jersey gov ‘Adolf Christie,’ compares pension battle to WW

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    Both sides do it.

    To both sides: stop it.

    Actually caught an interview with Christie and i was quite impressed with the guy.
    You know who was also impressed with things?

    That's right. Hitler.
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    Re: Union leader calls New Jersey gov ‘Adolf Christie,’ compares pension battle to WW

    Whats wrong? The union leader slave owner/dictator gonna miss out on several millions from his paycheck? Will he have to give up 5000 bucks a day for the titty bar lunch? No more 12 vacations a year?

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    Re: Union leader calls New Jersey gov ‘Adolf Christie,’ compares pension battle to WW

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    Selective memory, much?


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    He touched her over her bra and underpants, she says, and guided her hand to touch him over his underwear
    Quote Originally Posted by Lutherf View Post
    We’ll say what? Something like “nothing happened” ... Yeah, we might say something like that.

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    Re: Union leader calls New Jersey gov ‘Adolf Christie,’ compares pension battle to WW

    The NJEA has a rabid television campaign against Christie - they must be spending millions on the age old "tie the Republican to big business" routine. The good part is, Christie isn't backing down and takes it right back to them, which is refreshing. The more the NJEA shows how bad they are for the rest of the non-teachers in NJ, the more Christie keeps his approval, which is still in the 40's right now, which is saying something in a blue state like NJ. This is why he's being prodded to run for President so often.

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    Re: Union leader calls New Jersey gov ‘Adolf Christie,’ compares pension battle to WW

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    Both sides do it.

    To both sides: stop it.

    Actually caught an interview with Christie and i was quite impressed with the guy.
    I saw Piers Morgan interview Christie and I was similarly impressed not only with him and his candor, but with his family.
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    Re: Union leader calls New Jersey gov ‘Adolf Christie,’ compares pension battle to WW

    This is pretty stupid. I don't even believe that they are restricting collective bargaining in NJ (that is totally wrong and should not be done), in my knowledge it's just making unions pay more.. which is long overdue.

    As for doubting that conservatives have compared Obama to Hitler, you have to be insane if you don't remember all the **** about that during the health care battle. Here's another link to add to the pile up there. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/0..._n_169739.html
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    Re: Union leader calls New Jersey gov ‘Adolf Christie,’ compares pension battle to WW

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post


    Selective memory, much?


    There should be like a law where if anybody makes a Nazi reference and the person/group they're talking about is not committing genocide, they become immediately open season for thrown fruit and/or pies.
    Why do you hate free speech?

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    Re: Union leader calls New Jersey gov ‘Adolf Christie,’ compares pension battle to WW

    Quote Originally Posted by MrVicchio View Post




    Gee...



    I same playbook, same bs, same Godwin Law in action.
    If their cause was really all that great then I would think that they would not have to resort to blatant lies and false comparisons.
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    Re: Union leader calls New Jersey gov ‘Adolf Christie,’ compares pension battle to WW

    Just what are you conservatives against here... Are you against union workers public or private making a livable wage ?. Are you against the unions because they traditionally support democrats because republicans support the rich and corporations...Just what is it that you hate ?

    Theres two sides to every story...of course the conservatives here will have none of the bad side of Chris Christie and what hes done and how hes gone about doing it....no different that the liberals not accepting the bad side of Obama...so Its really not worth the effort to write a long post outlining the dirty way christie did this...

    Just keep in mind conservatives...using NJ as an example, there are over 500,000 state, city and munincipal public workers in NJ...with immediate families that "VOTE" and extended families that vote and friends that vote. What the teaparty has done in Ohio and NJ and Florida and other states may not go unanswered in the future.
    The unions may have supported democrats all along, but not all the rank and file voted democrat and that I know. That will no longer be the case...take that to the bank.

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