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    Re: Christie: I Could Win the W.H.

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    Nitpicking... so no "run christie run" posts? why not DD?


    Even though I do not like his policies , I would not like to see him die of a heart attack while running in the really bad physical shape that he is in.

    He needs to call Mike Huckabee for some exercise and diet tips if he is considering the run. Huckabee did a great job... for a while at least.
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    Re: Christie: I Could Win the W.H.

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Even though I do not like his policies , I would not like to see him die of a heart attack while running in the really bad physical shape that he is in.

    He needs to call Mike Huckabee for some exercise and diet tips if he is considering the run. Huckabee did a great job... for a while at least.


    and with the fat comments..... Are we really that devoid of debate that we concentrate on the meaningless?
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    Re: Christie: I Could Win the W.H.

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    and with the fat comments..... Are we really that devoid of debate that we concentrate on the meaningless?
    It is far from meaningless when a persons obesity put them at risk for all kinds of health problems at the same time they are suppose to be serving the people they took an oath to serve. I am sure the citizens of New Jersey have the highest concern for the health and well being of the governor.
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    Re: Christie: I Could Win the W.H.

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    It is far from meaningless when a persons obesity put them at risk for all kinds of health problems at the same time they are suppose to be serving the people they took an oath to serve. I am sure the citizens of New Jersey have the highest concern for the health and well being of the governor.



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    Re: Christie: I Could Win the W.H.

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    It is far from meaningless when a persons obesity put them at risk for all kinds of health problems at the same time they are suppose to be serving the people they took an oath to serve. I am sure the citizens of New Jersey have the highest concern for the health and well being of the governor.
    Are you this concerned about your president? He smokes you know? Shouldn't he be getting some advice from someone who quit? Aren't you worried he'll get cancer before his term is up?
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    Re: Christie: I Could Win the W.H.

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    Are you this concerned about your president? He smokes you know? Shouldn't he be getting some advice from someone who quit? Aren't you worried he'll get cancer before his term is up?
    All excellent points Barb. Yes, I share those concerns and it is sweet of you to share them for our President.
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    Re: Christie: I Could Win the W.H.

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Thanks Rev...BTW...why is it that so many so-called "Liberatarians" are too embarassed to admit to being Republicans these days?
    Because Repbulicans are war-mongers whom I don't agree with on a number of issues such as gay marriage, the drug war, and even economic issues. Republicans are not Austrians and vice versa. I'm just not compatible with that party.

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    Re: Christie: I Could Win the W.H.

    The man just tells it like it is, which is very uncommon. He is humble as he says he doesn't know himself if he's yet qualified (that's basically what he's saying), but then again, he's more qualified than the guy in the office now - so his standards are pretty high too. I have only respect for the man... if he says he's not ready, he's not ready. I still wish he'd run as the bitch slapping of Obama would be epic. Damn shame.
    I think if Thomas Jefferson were looking down, the author of the Bill of Rights, on whats being proposed here, hed agree with it. He would agree that the First Amendment cannot be absolute. - Chuck Schumer (D). Yet, Madison and Mason wrote the Bill of Rights, according to Sheila Jackson Lee, 400 years ago. Yup, it's a fact.


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    Re: Christie: I Could Win the W.H.

    Obama say he could win = pompous and arrogant.

    Christie say he could win = humble.

    Lawl. Wasn't he elected like 2 years ago? I thought 2 years of experience in government wasn't enough?
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    Re: Christie: I Could Win the W.H.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    Obama say he could win = pompous and arrogant.

    Christie say he could win = humble.

    Lawl. Wasn't he elected like 2 years ago? I thought 2 years of experience in government wasn't enough?


    Lovely strawman.... you build that yourself?



    Please link to me ever calling him arrogant and pompus when he said he could win. I'll wait.
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