Christie wins in New Jersey, CNN predicts; Virginia is too Tight!

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  1. Magoo

    Magoo You don't have to be Einstein to figure it out

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  2. Starkravinloon

    Starkravinloon Hero's Falling At Home

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    He was suppose to win.. He was running against a woman, right?
     
  3. Ice Rider

    Ice Rider Well-Known Member

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    Gotta love how they forget Bloomberg was a lifelong democrat before switching to the GOP for his first mayoral race then switching to independent when the repubs, were no longer favored.
     
  4. autocar65

    autocar65 Local 767

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    Of course Christie won. He is a RINO just like all the quasi GOP members that win. So you get a choice of a Liberal Democrat or a Liberal Republican. So you can expect the Big Government candidate to win because no matter who you vote for you get Government running everything.

    Watcha gonna do when the Government comes and takes your 1st amendment rights? If it is Democrat you will say it is called for. If it is a Republican you will wail about it. Either way your freedom of speech will be gone and the mistakes we made 25 years ago will be a big part of the incremental undermining of those rights that were guaranteed to us by the Constitution. Just like yer Buddy Obama promised us we could keep your doctor and your healthcare. My doctor is out of the business as of December. But had it been Romney the same thing would have happened and Mitt admitted it in a recent interview.

    Incrementalism....It works from either side of the isle.
     
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  5. sharpshooter

    sharpshooter Well-Known Member

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  6. Magoo

    Magoo You don't have to be Einstein to figure it out

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    Analysis: Post-shutdown, pragmatism is in

    Analysis: Post-shutdown, pragmatism is in
    Christy the face of your next Presidential candidate.
    The guy you hate he holds hands with Obama LOL
    Over in Virginny its Democrat Terry McAuliffe.

    The Age of the Kooks is coming to an end
    Throw out the Tea Bags and sip the coffee:kicking:
     
  7. Magoo

    Magoo You don't have to be Einstein to figure it out

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    I don't know I just liked Virginia is tight!
     
  8. Bubba74

    Bubba74 Well-Known Member

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    take out the cities of dependency and the left wins nothing

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    Maybe we should file a grievence with the IRS concern the rich liberal backing a 3rd party candidate
     
  9. shadowr434

    shadowr434 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    No matter how hard you lib progressives try you will not pick our person to run for President. Christy has no chance of winning the Primary.
     
  10. larmar

    larmar Banned

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    No, I think Cruz-Palin are more likely to run. Lol
     
  11. pilot87

    pilot87 Well-Known Member

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    The Flaw with that is in the numbers.... The One with the most votes wins.....not which candidate won the most Counties....An example of this working to a Republican Candidate would be in Wis.. Paul Ryan won another term in the House largely because of the vote from the more rural Counties... by the count of the votes he even lost his own hometown of Janesville.... .... So It's the same in any State.....
     
  12. pilot87

    pilot87 Well-Known Member

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    If Tea Party Republicans can get their way....I agree, Christie doesn't stand a chance...If the More Moderate Republicans can get their way....he may have a better chance...as Christie may have a broader appeal to voters across party lines... Time will tell and it largely depends on how the Corporate Elites think about who is best going to represent their interests....and they are the ones that have the Power and the wealth to make the "Purchase"......
     
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  13. pilot87

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    Palin has lost any relevancy that she may have had once........and Cruz may run....but he will probably follow in the same path as Michele Bachmann did..and that is losing to the candidate that was seen as being less extreme and more likely to win the General election......Romney lost...but by a far less margin than if Bachmann was Obama's opponent..... Of course these are only my opinions......
     
  14. Stoney

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    Sadly I think you're wrong. Christie is perhaps the leading contender for the Republican Presidential nominee in 2016.
     
  15. CCXdriver

    CCXdriver Well-Known Member

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    The person who gets the most votes wins is a flaw?

    That's a novel way at looking at it. Maybe a baseball game should be decided not by who scores more runs, but by which team scores in more innings.

    Maybe Republicans should just move back into the cities.
     
  16. AzPilot

    AzPilot Well-Known Member

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    Yes, Christie has an excellent chance in 2016, as he has the ability to pull in a lot of democrats..... the conservatives that are further to the right than Christie can get behind him and ensure that he wins or continue to beat their head against the wall.
     
  17. dcmilkwagon

    dcmilkwagon Armed, not a victim

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    I wouldn't, nor couldn't get behind his campaign. He is nothing but obama lite.
     
  18. shadowr434

    shadowr434 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Voting for Christie is voting for more of the same .
     
  19. Magoo

    Magoo You don't have to be Einstein to figure it out

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    I'mglad to hear you guys standing up for what you think is right.:1036316054:
    Don't tell us later you changed your minds and are voting for Christy:6792:
     
  20. Magoo

    Magoo You don't have to be Einstein to figure it out

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