Bam! Conservatives bust Gov. Christie for rewriting history on Sandy relief

Earlier this year, Chris Christie tore into congressional Republicans for scrapping a pork-laden Hurricane Sandy relief bill. Now, it’s like déja vu all over again. The New Jersey governor is back to his old routine, blaming the House GOP for making life difficult for Sandy survivors:

But of course. Blogger Sister Toldjah was less than impressed:

A disappointment? Perhaps. A surprise? Sadly, no.

Breitbart.com’s Joel Pollak took a shot at getting some accountability from Christie:

Great questions. Unfortunately, Christie wasn’t interested in dignifying them with real responses:

Here’s a fact for you, Governor: The bill you had been clamoring for had not been stripped of “all the pork.”

And when you later demanded that Congress pass a “clean bill”, you tacitly acknowledged that the original Sandy relief package was packed with pork.

You did support it, Governor. Perhaps you need a memory refresher:

Alaskan fishery money was only the beginning.

More on that Senate bill here.

Oh, snap!

Katie Pavlich also checked in to serve up some truth:

Yep.

One last piece of advice for you, Governor:

Bingo.

(Hat tip: Lee Stranahan)

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Related:

Pass the pork: Senate OKs House’s $51 billion Sandy aid package; Update: Gov. Chris Christie gives ‘genuine thanks’

  • http://twitter.com/conservag Aaron

    Go home, Chris Christie. You’re drunk.

    • fernmayo13

      Yeah, go home with your 74% approval rating Chris!!

      • Flex Rockhard

        Of course it’s 74% in NJ! The state is overrun with liberals. To use that as some sort of defense against someone who espouses to be a conservative is absolutely ridiculous! It’s 74% because the state is liberal and bashes the GOP and Christie is liberal and bashes the GOP. It’s pretty simple…even for dunderheads like you.

        • V the K

          He’s the liberal governor of a liberal state. His approval rating is derived from people who were too stupid to move out of New Jersey. Nuff said.

          • fernmayo13

            “Independents (75 percent) and Republicans (93 percent) remain steady in their approval.”

            http://www.politico.com/story/2013/04/chris-christie-approval-poll-89848.html

            You were saying?

          • 364NKL

            And you cite Politico as your source? Hahahahahahahahahahaha! Now that’s funny.

          • fernmayo13

            It was a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

            HAHAHAHHAHAAH! So Funny!

          • WWMD

            Ah you follow the propaganda. Told something bad then when true you still believe its bad. At least politico does not just make claims it will provide actual evidence. I would love a court style hearing of your ideas. They would all be thrown out as hearsay just cause a bunch of people say I agree doesn’t make it so

          • BamaG

            http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/04/16/support-for-christie-down-slightly-in-poll/2089579/ – this link/poll has him at 59% (63% approval FEB2013) and done by Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press Poll, conducted by telephone with 806 NJ adults 11-14APR2013. Sampling has margin of error +/- 3.5% points

            that earlier links poll done 3-7APR2013 and note how it states he DROPPED (per their polling methods) 6 pts since FEB2013 even
            Overall, the New Jersey governor has racked up a 68 percent job rating, according to the Rutgers-Eagleton Poll on Wednesday – but that is six percentage points less than his rating in a February

          • V the K

            So?

          • carti

            Big whoop. I doubt small government Texans who put Ted Cruz into office are going to fall in line with NJ Republicans to slobber all over Chris Christie come the next presidential election cycle. Same true for other red states. Buh-bye Governor Rino.

          • fernmayo13

            Texas is an embarrassment. Look at their governor. The guy became a laughing stock after the debates. His approval rating is also in the toilet.

          • V the K

            $2 Billion budget surplus and no income tax.
            Best job environment in the country.
            An “embarrassment?” If only the rest of the USA were so embarrassed.

          • WWMD

            Best job environment in the country. Ask the folks in west Texas who got blown out of their homes a few weeks ago. Ohh deregulation doesn’t hurt business so much as the victims

          • WWMD

            http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/mike-elk-the-texas-fertilizer-plant-explosion-cannot-be-forgotten/2013/04/23/48eb770c-ac26-11e2-b6fd-ba6f5f26d70e_print.html

            Oh please succeed.
            Good job environment if you like getting blown up by those who refuse to follow what little regulations are left

          • andycanuck

            What about the explosion in Detroit?

          • lainer51

            nothing more embarrasing than a prez. who supports infanticide. Only difference is, all you sheeple follow him, no matter what; can’t think for yourself.

          • WWMD

            But yet you don’t want to assist in feeding or housing or education once baby is born. More pro birth than pro life. Even if adoption was agreed to I’d love to see you support housing food and health care for the mother. #colddayinhell

          • lainer51

            you need to get a job and quit looking into your crystal ball – very pathetic. Maybe you should get out more..

          • Ronald Green

            If there is an embarrassment issue here, the Peoples Republic of New Jersey owns it.

          • People Corporation

            Babies are merely the sacrifice at the altar of the libtard cult. Who cares if babies are murdered by the thousands every day if we gits a free pho.

          • WWMD

            But yet if those who can’t afford them ask for help you scream at them accuse them of being drug addicts. If they do decide on adoption where is you pregnant mother adoption assistance bill at?

          • People Corporation

            Wrong. I usually help someone who asks for help. Unlike the libtard, when someone needs help I don’t demand legislation to seize it from someone else so I can call myself a generous philanthropist.. Also how much to do I owe them? Can you give me a dollar amount just so I know? And “more” isnt an amount. BTW – I’m fully expecting no answer to that simple question.

          • lainer51

            assistance bill = get a JOB !!

          • People Corporation

            Babies are merely the sacrifice at the altar of the libtard cult. Who cares if babies are murdered by the thousands every day if we gits a free pho.

          • Jeremy

            wrong

          • Jeremy

            wrong

          • WWMD

            Yeah. Same Mr small gov senator who will ask for federal aid for the plant explosion in Texas. Lets just see how quick he turns. And a private company no less with insurance. Welcome to deregulations. The Sacramento bee cartoon was spot on

          • andycanuck

            What about the Detroit explosion?

          • WWMD
          • Billie Slash

            How do you tell the difference between a Republican & a Democrat in NJ??

          • V the K

            The Democrat has his Obama sticker on a Prius, the Republican has his Obama sticker on a Honda.

          • WWMD

            Oh and you are from? What? Alabama,? Mississippi ?

          • andycanuck

            Are you trolling from South Central L.A. or Harlem?

      • Mary Blomquist Gurka

        You are getting off message here – Christie wanted the Sandy bill passed when it was FULL of democratic PORK and he did not care. I understand he wanted the money, but why was he not blasting the democrats for putting the PORK in there to begin with, and WHY is he now trying to rewrite history by saying there was no pork in there when he was throwing a hissy fit?

        • WWMD

          But all the republican pork was ok? Which was the majority of it you know? I did something shocking. I actually READ THE BILL

      • http://tbrickert.wordpress.com/ TB rickert

        It’s down to 63%. By election time He will be lucky to get 51%http://www.politickernj.com/64737/monmouth-university-poll-christie-approval-rating-63

        • Billie Slash

          You know TB, if the GOP thinks that the deep red South would ever vote for a Northeastern RINO, they’re outta their gourds.

          • V the K

            Yet, the concern trolls always tell us the GOP has to run squishy northeastern RINOs in order to win; you know, like President Romney and Senator Scott Brown.

          • Ronald Green

            Here in the Sunny Southland, you can bet that fat pig won’t get any support.

        • fernmayo13

          It’s down because his support from DEMOCRATS has dropped

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            Yes, support from Democrats is what you look for in a Republican candidate…..lol

        • WWMD

          Compared to the 7% rating of the house

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Sam-Metler/720822798 Sam I. Metler

      He bows to dems now because he knows he needs them. His career across the isle is over though.

      Hey be nice to Chris, he knows about pork filled things. Look at his picture and tell me he’s not at least 35% pork filled and the rest is human waste.

    • Clayton Grant

      What we have on display here is the core difference between the Left and Right. The Right will hold their politicians accountable. The Left holds no one accountable for anything.

      • Billie Slash

        Sat, you’re such a hater. How dare you speak the truth.
        /sarc

      • http://twitter.com/conservag Aaron

        This x 1 billion.

        The left cares about power. The right cares about Country.

        • V the K

          You could tell at the conventions, when the conservatives were chanting “U-S-A! U-S-A!” and the libs were chanting “OBAMA! OBAMA!”

          • Worship Dancer

            and don’t forget the libturds BOOED when one of the dems wanted to put God and Israel BACK IN their platform.

      • Garym

        Bam!

  • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

    I like how he thinks he can get away with bashing the GOP for being conservative with other conservatives. Does he really think he is not going to get called out on this BS? I wonder how anyone at this point can think he is a serious contender for 2016, he has shot himself in the foot.

    • BigSky1970

      It would help his cause if he wasn’t using a page out of the Democrat playbook: Revise history to suit your goals. He had to be stupid to think his crap would go unnoticed.

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        Exactly, we aren’t as gullible as the low-info voters in his state.

    • fernmayo13

      Can you tell me one thing he’s done in NJ that’s not conservative? He’s Pro-life, against gay marriage.

      He is a serious contender. He’s the only Republican beating Joe Biden and the only Republican within a few points of Hillary.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nationwide_opinion_polling_for_the_United_States_presidential_election,_2016

      • V the K

        1. Supported gun control as a prosecutor and as a governor.
        2. Attacked congressional Republicans for wanting to take pork out of the Hurricane Sandy Bill.
        3. Gave Obama’s re-election campaign a big wet sloppy kiss at a critical moment.
        4. Appointed Islamist Sohail Mohammed as a judge.
        5. Supported the Ground Zero Mosque.
        6. Supports amnesty: (“Being in this country without proper documentation is not a crime.”)
        7. Subsidizes Green Energy, promotes the Global Warming scam, “We’re going to work to make New Jersey number one in offshore wind production”
        8. Signed onto Obamacare Medicaid Expansion.

        • Jean Pennie

          Especially #3, considering that Romney’s poll numbers went down immediately thereafter and polling places reflected approx 40% of election day voters saying they were influenced by how “well” Sandy was handled by Obama as a reason for reelection. That media image would NOT have been possible without all the attention given to Christie’s a$$-kissing.

          • WWMD

            Cause it’s not about just saying no no no

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        See V the K’s comment, he beat me to it. Also, update your definition of conservative.

        • fernmayo13

          Did you look at the polls, by the way? Can you tell me which Republican is beating Joe Biden? C’mon, Ben, I’m waiting.

          • TocksNedlog

            Well sure, we’ll take him as VICE President.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            I don’t care about polls, I care about what is right. Polls are not my moral compass.

      • TocksNedlog

        Wow! He’s beating two people, neither of which will be the Dem candidate in 2016?
        Masterful.

        • fernmayo13

          Huh? We all know Hillary is running in 2016 and if she decided not to then Joe Biden would get the nomination. Cuomo comes in a distance third. Look the polls.

          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nationwide_opinion_polling_for_the_Democratic_Party_2016_presidential_primaries

          • TocksNedlog

            1) Biden is NOT going to run
            2) Did I say that Hillary was not going to run? Oh, that’s right; NO, I didn’t.
            3) In 2016, Cuomo will be a 58 year old man; Hillary will be a 69 year old woman. If you think that makes no difference, think again — or, in your case, just think for the first time.

          • fernmayo13

            Biden has hinted numerous times that he’s running in 2016. 58 and 69 are old? How old was Reagan again?

          • Ronald Green

            And you’d vote for that moron wouldn’t you.

          • wwbdinct

            I have been saying this all along. Shrillary will NOT be the nominee in 2016. Once again, the world’s foremost feminist, will be thrown under the bus in favor a man. Shrillary has more tire tracks across her back than I-95.

          • Ronald Green

            If she doesn’t get convicted of lying to Congress over Benghazi, she’ll try.

      • WWMD

        He’s evolving on the marriage thing.

    • digitalPimple

      He’s not. He’s taken himself out of the race. This is his attempts of trying to get back in. He’s lost most support he has not that he had all that much to begin with.

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        He had support from the media and liberals which is what one looks for in a conservative candidate

    • WWMD

      Oh lock step like…nazis?

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        Nah, that’s your ideology.

  • CatHerder

    Sheriff Fat Bastardson says STFU.

  • RblDiver

    “Darn it, they’re not supposed to fight back!”

  • http://www.dontneednostinkinwebsite.com/ Midlandr

    Christie’s toast, he has chosen wrongly. He really is a liberal democrat in RINO hide.

    • Meulen

      Waiting for Christie to come out of the proverbial Democratic closet…

  • Jacob

    All throughout the feed my mind was going “Hmmmmm bacon”

  • VL123

    Christie likes pork….LOL

    • jaun

      he is pork!

  • V the K

    When you have “Chris Christie” and “Pork” in the same story, the jokes sort of write themselves.

  • fed-up

    If he runs for the Office of the President and wants my vote; he’ll have to do a lot of work to get it.

    • digitalPimple

      He’ll never get mine no matter what he does at this point. He had ample time to give a hat tip to his supporters when they brought their concerns and issues to him. He scoffed and still pulls this like his voters are dumb. No thanks. You have to earn your support with respect not take it for granted. This is not the Democratic party were you toss some food stamps someones way to get elected.

      Besides, most women have a hard time supporting him because they find him to be well… an insufferable as$hole. (see tweets above)

      • fed-up

        If the choice is Hillary or him… I’d have to vote for him. Hopefully this won’t be a choice of either.

        • Ronald Green

          Damn, now I’ll have nightmares for weeks… LoL

  • OpedAnderson

    I believe Christie on this one. He ate the pork.

  • capisce

    The Sandy victims were forgotten as soon as POTUS and the MSM left the building.
    Katrina victims will never be relieved of their victimhood.

  • RIChris

    Charlie Crist Chris Christie
    Anyone else see where this is going?

  • bnelms

    It looks like Mr Christie got in the cage with BO and until now BO goes unscathed. Everyone else gets eaten.

    • TocksNedlog

      Literally

  • BigSky1970

    Does it bother Christie that he was used by Obama? I mean, Obama got re-elected by getting his photo-op, and yet he’s not obligated to give Christie one penny of federal dollars?

  • alpharob

    Chris Christie – The Arlen Specter of the East – RINO-tastic!
    He should switch parties now, that’ll work out well.

  • max

    is christie up off his knees in front of bama yet, wipe your mouth fat boy

  • TruDat

    Perhaps he can run as Hillary’s VP choice.

    • TocksNedlog

      Team Cankles!

  • fernmayo13

    Thank God Republicans are stupid because this guy could actually win in 2016 if he were to be nominated (and if Hillary doesn’t run).

    Leave it to the GOP to hate the most popular governor in the country.

    • John (it true me am)

      “Leave it to the GOP to hold thier elected representitives accountable regardless of political opportunism.” There, fixed.

      • fernmayo13

        Did you guys ever hold Romney accountable for his political opportunism?

        • James Atkins

          Do you ever hold Obama accountable? We can play this game all day…

          • fernmayo13

            Can you answer the question? No, you can’t. Because you never did hold him accountable.

          • James Atkins

            How do you know what I did or didn’t do? Why do you think he didn’t get conservatives to come out and vote for him? Do you not think that was “being held accountable”??

          • Ronald Green

            Accountable for what, running for President?

        • V the K

          They held him accountable by not voting for him, which is why he lost.

          • digitalPimple

            yuuuuup.

          • redheadgrl

            Which is also why CC will lose. The conservatives won’t come out and vote for him. It will be 2012 all over again.

        • John (it true me am)

          Did you miss the whole contentious primaries followed by him losing the election due to lower than expected republican turn out even against Obama thing? I’d say that’s holding him pretty accountable for his mistakes(Romneycare, etc). What more do you want, him tarred and feathered?

          Also, I said “regardless of” not “for”. Words are hard.

        • wwbdinct

          Looks like your question has been sufficiently answered. Now answer James Atkins question. Do you ever hold Obama accountable for anything??

    • V the K

      Yeah, I totally believe liberals when they claim, “_______ is a Republican I’d vote for.” If every liberal who said “John McCain is a Republican I’d vote for” actually did, he would have had the biggest landslide in election history.

    • Flex Rockhard

      That’s the difference between Republicans and Democrats. Dems vote for popularity regardless of intellect or position; Republicans actually expect something of substance from their candidates. Popularity contests get you nowhere…oh, except where we are now with a feckless, cowardly, liar in chief who wants to destroy the American way of life. How’s that working out for ya?

      • fernmayo13

        The difference is Democrats vote for candidates who can win and Republicans vote for candidate who are guaranteed to lose. Remember Sharron Angle, Christine O’Donnell, Todd Akin, Richard Mourdock, Joe Miller? You guys would have the Senate right now if it weren’t for the room temperature IQ’d right-wing Tea Party idiots.

        Keep giving Democrats all your seats. You’ll never be in the WH ever again. You guys keep nominating Tea Party candidates who will lose races that you could’ve won if you had nominated a moderate. You also keep alienating Hispanics. Why is it that every minority group votes overwhelmingly Democratic? You guys can’t rely on the white vote to win elections anymore.

        • wwbdinct

          “Why is it that every minority group votes overwhelmingly Democratic?”
          Because D’s promise them free stuff. Duh! Unfortunately, the gravy train has to end some time.

          • fernmayo13

            So all minorities are government leeches? Lovely. Keep alienating them because whites will soon be the new minorities.

          • wwbdinct

            I didn’t say all. The truth just burns though, doesn’t it? Almost 50 years of handouts and government dependence and look how far the minority community has come! And BTW, what would make you assume that I am white? You’re own pre-conceived, bigoted notions of how black, white or Hispanic people would post comments?

          • fernmayo13

            Oh the irony. You say that every minority who votes Democrat is a government leech and then you have the nerve to call ME a bigot? Get real, pal.

          • http://www.facebook.com/oliver.green.5203 Oliver Green

            The dems are the ones trying to keep blacks on the plantation. You want to know who is really racist? Take a look in the mirror; you’ll find your party staring back at you.

          • Hiraghm

            Then they can be the gov’t leeches. I like it.

          • Ronald Green

            To be truthful Asians tend to be Republican not Dems.

          • thehappyhedgehog

            You’re mistaken. In 2012, Asians voted 73% Obama, 26% Romney: http://www.ropercenter.uconn.edu/elections/how_groups_voted/voted_12.html

        • Hiraghm

          If Democrats keep winning with their popular candidates, “ever again” won’t be that much longer. The country can only sustain so much progressive stupidity.

    • $1014973

      Us lowly GOP types actually prefer a Republican candidate on the Republican ticket. I know logic isn’t a liberal strong suit, but if a guy is a popular governor in an overwhelmingly liberal state, would that make him more or less of Republican favored candidate? We’ll wait while you think that one through, sugar.

  • JDarbender

    As the Guv must have learned from John McCain, the media LOVES “Republicans” whom, systematically, bash Republicans.

  • Patriot1

    Gov. Christie has overplayed his hand on this! He should stop the showmanship and tell the truth!

  • neoface

    Christie is done, put a fork in it!!!!

  • JR RJ

    Come primary time I will vote for anyone but Christie, even if it means losing the governorship to some libtard.

    • fernmayo13

      Right. Why vote for the guy who could win? Vote for a guaranteed loser. The GOP really is the party of stupid.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nationwide_opinion_polling_for_the_United_States_presidential_election,_2016

      • digitalPimple

        Gotta love concern trolls.

        • V the K

          They really think no one can see through their act.

      • Hiraghm

        yeah I keep telling the GOP they should run Hillary in 2016, because, y’know, winning is what’s important. Having an R in front of POTUS is what’s important, not ideology.

      • JR RJ

        Gotta love trolls.

    • jody

      He is going to win reelection if only because Buono is worse and has no chance. But CC for POTUS ’16 no way. I voted for CC to get Corzine out but won’t vote ’13. Not CC certainly not Buono.

  • GHerblabnik

    Christie’s kissed the king’s ring. His association with the liar-in-chief will be his ball and chain going into the next election. Not coming clean and being the info-bully doesn’t help either.

    • Ntr

      “His association with the liar-in-chief will be his ball and chain going into the next election.”

      I certainly hope you’re right.

      • v1cious

        Christie’s poll numbers are through the roof, Jersey loves him. Keep trying, though.

        • Ronald Green

          And Jersey has how many Electoral votes? Not enough I think.

    • digitalPimple

      Believe it or not, the biggest out poll that voters said swayed their vote at the last election was the coverage of Obama at Sandy relief. I couldn’t believe it either but the facts are the facts and the Gov was all about that.

  • Ntr

    I’m sure most here know this but this RINO Chris Christie is going to possibly be at the top of the running in 2016 for the GOP. He’s setting his platform up to deceive a lot of Republican voters and his leanings could very well lead the GOP towards becoming hardly distinguishable from the Democratic party. He’s far from done in the the eyes of the narcissistic DC atmosphere who are inclined to ‘train’ Americans to vote for flashiness/style/Hollywood ‘allure’ over substance.

    All in all, it’s about something more. Google “Why Urban States Are More Productive Than Rural Ones”…a fallacy pushing the propaganda of ‘the importance of rural America’ for the, as liberals call it, urban vote and urban influence. They look to make all of rural America nothing more than something like Appalachia, just there to exploit. We all need to reform politics outside of DC and realize the only way to save this nation is to make DC irrelevant and finding an alternative to the giant blob that is DC, starting at the local level, up to county and then to state as a civic duty. One mind at a time.

    Also, see:

    http://books.google.com/books?id=JS2uV_yyFyEC&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false

    • $29561723

      Please. Not only that he’s also pushing even MORE gun control in NJ (which is among the top 5 strictes in the country).

      He’s go 0% chance of winning the nomination. He’ll dominate in the Nom-Nom-Nom-anation however.

    • redheadgrl

      polls 3 years out are not very accurate. it’s a huge joke right now.

  • Tanker74

    it takes a really big man to tell really big lies.

  • Jeffrey Olah

    should just for Barbara Buono in November…at least with a democratic governor…we know the knife in the back is coming

  • chaz822

    Wow Governor how could you think we would fall for this. All the pork was in it and you wanted it passed.

  • JACK SPRAT

    I always knew he was to FAT.

  • Steve_J

    Christie, eliminate a few letters and all tha’t left is Crist.

  • Larry Knight

    How does Ann Coulter like Christie now? Christie needs to change Parties and be done with it!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Marcy-Cook/1001619613 Marcy Cook

    He can bloviate all he wants the truth has been documented.

  • $29561723

    Don’t worry, New Jerseyans, your yearly property tax increase is in the mail and yearly rebate is getting smaller. HOOOORAY for 600+ municipalities!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gary-Jackson/1316589869 Gary Jackson
  • digitalPimple

    He’s still at it light of every fact. Amazing.

  • jwood1952

    Christie you’ve been clearly busted out here. You supported the pork laden bill, everyone knows that. The delay of funds came because of you and the like, and you publicly lambasted Reps for their stand against the pork. Then you flipped and flopped. cause everyone saw the house Reps were right, and you & Obama were wrong. Now you try to claim you were against pork all along. that’s called lying, no need for that.

    • Torqued

      When a beluga flips and flops, it’s not a pretty sight.

  • $27789750

    What does he gain? Maybe it’s the blessing of north east libs but he is rapidly losing the GOP base. Does not seem to phase him. Why?????

    • http://www.facebook.com/richard.jefferies.96 Richard Jefferies

      Because he’s never been a conservative. I’m been trying to get the point across for literally years that this guy is not a conservative. He’s a gun grabber, Islam apologizer, and soft on illegal immigration.

    • $1014973

      He isn’t rapidly losing the GOP base, he never had it. All it took was for fatty to spend enough time in front of a camera until his true colors shone through and unless he changes parties, his 15 minutes are up.

  • http://www.facebook.com/richard.jefferies.96 Richard Jefferies

    I’d advise everyone who still thinks Christie is a conservative (or ever was one) to read an outstanding 8 part article called The Conservative Myth from 2010;

    http://conservativenewjersey.com/the-myth-of-christie-conservatism-intro

  • Joe W.

    Anyone who hugs and fawns all over Barack Obama is NOT a conservative and not much of an American.

  • LegalizeShemp

    C’mon, you know Christie ain’t gonna listen to you unless you’re listing the types of fruit filling available in your donut shop.

  • thehappyhedgehog

    The reason Republicans mostly opposed Sandy relief was because the GOP is a Southern-dominated party rife with hatred for Yankees, and Sandy hit Yankee land: the Northeast. Even diehard conservative Peter King of New York noticed that.

    • Hanoverfist

      So I guess all those linemen that came from the South hated Yankee.
      Dumbass.

    • MisterIncredible

      Speaking of hatred.

    • http://www.facebook.com/lisa.dean.564 Lisa Dean

      I seem to recall quite a few linemen from Alabama came to help out after Sandy. Yes, we’re just full of hate for Yankees. Give it a f*cking rest already.

      • thehappyhedgehog

        Those linemen came North to make a buck, which is a legitimate thing to do, but it isn’t charity. Not a one of them did anything for free.

    • $1014973

      As a conservative Yankee, I find your commentary to be pathetically uninformed. Conservatives hate liberals, and New England liberals most of all. It pains me that a dime of my already large federal tax bill went to bail out east coast idiots.

    • Ronald Green

      I’m from Georgia dumbass, and nobody I know from here was against helping out those ‘Yankees’. We did think it was a bit of poetic justice that they got hit mind you, but we didn’t oppose helping them out after.

  • Mary Blomquist Gurka

    I remember Christie blasting GOP for not passing Sandy bill and it was FULL of democratic pork….I thought “why is he doing that? he should be listing the people who put pork in the bill!” But Christie just wanted the money and he did not care that the American people were paying taxes to cover this democratic PORK!!!

  • Carter_Burger67

    Gov Christie’s 15 minutes on the GOP stage was up 10 minutes ago. Glad he showed his true colors before he was elected to anything besides governer of an already liberal state.

  • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

    Once upon a time, I believed in Chrissy Christy, the RINO who bent over backwards to allow Obama’s DemoCronies to stuff the relief bill with Pork, then called the GOP in Congress out because of it… It’s like creating a monster, then throwing a fit when he destroys the Village! I hope there’s a REAL Conservative who won’t kiss ass, bow down, or throw the blame at his own Party, who want a CLEAN Relief bill! Jawamax 8<{D}

  • Jamie Huff

    One look at him will tell you he has never let any pork go to waste. Or chicken or beef or turkey or lamb or fish or butter or lard,

  • http://twitter.com/HotRodFan899 Gary Freeman

    Chris Christie might as well admit he’s a Democrat. Because he helps the Dems with the attack on Republicans.

  • getit right

    To Gov. Christie: The video with dates is available, shall we go back and watch? I already have.

  • BearNJ

    Christie is a mess. I was down Seaside Heights recently and see what a mess it still is and Christie is praising Obama while the media doesn’t mention what a poor job FEMA did. People have to get over this Christie is a conservative nonsense. He’s pro gun control, pro Obama care, pro amnesty and a fat Rino. I voted for him last time but will stay home in November.

  • Torqued

    governor beluga needs to switch to his real party.

  • carti

    Christie is a fool. Democrats are laughing their behinds off as they watch Barack Obama neutralize what was once a pretty decent Republican contender. And he’s still doesn’t understand what is happening to him. Definitely too stupid to be president.

  • Voting Female

    Maybe Chrissy Chris should call in his favorite fan girl @AnnCoulter as his defense lawyer. Wont matter though… he is pork on a stick.

  • Bouncerquinn

    Christie is a liar. Rubbing shoulders with Obozo, cost you your soulr!!

  • http://discus.com yourmamatoo

    He should tell it to the folks still waiting for relief.

  • Guest

    Empty gourds make the most noise…
    as do grotesquely oversized gourds, it seems.

  • ctmom

    Christie wanted the House to rubber stamp the pork filled Senate bill. He is lying.

  • KR

    RINO!!!! Screw that fat bastard.

  • 1azuce

    More confirmation Christie is a rat, backstabbing, lying POS politician.

  • Robert

    The man is delusional, It is his fault and the legistlators from the affected areas fault
    who didn’t fight for a lean bill to assist in the post Sandy recovery. It was up to them to ensure that the bill introduced was not laiden with $30 Billion of unrelated pork and payoffs. Sadly the governor thought kissing up to Obama will get him money faster. Well governor you try to pull another fast one on us. Why don’t you criticize where criticism is due check your mirror first.

  • $1014973

    Time to send Shamu back to the aquarium. I’ll admit that his union bashing was enjoyable, but his true colors have been on display for quite some time and I find his politics to be par with the worst of the left. People think this guy is a viable presidential candidate and yet his lies on the relief bill are so pathetically obvious, and documented.

    I know his champions on the left are so convinced this clown will be the Republican nominee in 2016, but that is about as likely as obama releasing his college records.

  • Hoosierdaddy

    Did GOP get another primary candidate to run against this guy?

  • Hoosierdaddy

    Did GOP get another primary candidate to run against this guy?

  • Jeremy

    Chris Chrstie should be ashamed but,I am sure he isn’t what a disgraceful liar

  • Jeremy

    Chris Chrstie should be ashamed but,I am sure he isn’t what a disgraceful liar

  • proudhispanicconservative

    I have never bought into the fact that Crispy creme was a conservative, he is my second most hated politician .

    • poljunkie♪

      Who’s your first? Oh, wait- Obama?

      • proudhispanicconservative

        That my friend is the clear #1.

      • proudhispanicconservative

        That my friend is the clear #1.

  • Modres

    He’s such a loon. And to think, I once thought (a few years ago) that he would make a good president. Thank God I woke up to the reality.

  • JustLikeAnimals

    Nice try, fatbot. Don’t you just hate it when people actually remember what you said and when you said it? Tsk-tsk-tsk.

  • Sun Desy

    Christie is just a tad better than the libs. he may be great for NJ. He can kiss his national ambition good bye. I would vote and actively campaign for a lib than support a RINO back stabber. He is worse than Romney and McCain

  • Michael

    I pray to God that someone, somewhere has a plan to keep the media from appointing this RINO, RINO… as the next republican presidential candidate.. After he joined the mile high club with Obama I could see the writing on the wall.. this joke makes McCain look like a conservative..

  • Herman LaClair

    maybe Jon and Bruce can soothe big baby Christie’s feelings.

  • James A. Lonon

    I would like to know his estimate as to hoe much time was wasted by refusing free help from electrical linemen volunteers help because they were NON UNION? They responded overnight but were sent back to S.C., GA., N.C. and other states! Why? For profiting on others misery, for all the Fed. relief funds for themselves, for the profit to unions, for hogging the credit as “saviors of the masses ” The “Heroes” of Sandy, THAT’s Why! And of course not a peep from mass media. Can you say Shame, Criminal, or Profiteering?

  • v1cious

    Your nickname is awesome. Is it a reference to Jawbreaker?

  • ChelieinTX

    Um, you asked “Can you tell me one thing he’s done in NJ that’s not conservative?” and V the K told you. Listing leftist talking points in rebuttal does not make the answer any less true. Christie may be “conservative” for NJ, but he most certainly is not for the rest of the country.

  • V the K

    You’ve proven my point. Well done.

  • Russ T

    Since when has anyone been able to purchase automatic weapons in this state or the country? You know NJ has had a so called Assault Weapons ban in place for years already? I won’t even respond to the rest..

  • BigFurHat

    1. Supported gun control as a prosecutor and as a governor.

    Yeah, because we need automatic weapons! Thur guvment gunna tak are gunns aways Cleatus!

    >Listen, stupid, you asked for this.
    Automatic weapons are illegal, so what is it are you blabbering about, doofus? You can’t debate the 2nd amendment without bigoted comments?

    2. Attacked congressional Republicans for wanting to take pork out of the Hurricane Sandy Bill.

    Repeating a lie over and over doesn’t make it true.

    > Are you an imbecile? Why don’t you use a search engine to look at the Christie timeline on his GOP bashing presser and report back your findings to your superiors, okay stubby?

    3. Gave Obama’s re-election campaign a big wet sloppy kiss at a critical moment.

    You actually think Romney could’ve won? You’re delusional.

    >> How is what you’ve said a response to the charge that Christie unnecessarily threw rose petals at Obama?

    4. Appointed Islamist Sohail Mohammed as a judge.

    So all Muslims are evil? Nice

    > Yes. All authentic muslims are evil. All muslims that adhere to the principal of the return of the caliphate are evil.

    5. Supported the Ground Zero Mosque.

    It was blocks and blocks away from where the WTC was. Spare me your fake outrage.

    >>
    At the time of controversy a piece of the landing gear was discovered in a closet at the site. Just this week another part of the landing gear was found in the alley between the two buildings. That’s not ground zero? You’re a dipshit.

    6. Supports amnesty: (“Being in this country without proper documentation is not a crime.”)

    So do the majority of Americans. You guys really know how to bring over Hispanics to your side.

    >>> Oh. We know how to do it. Any jerkwad can open the border and then bribe a voter with other people’s money. Is that a talent? Do you think this is perplexing? Seriously, you’re a bit sluggish, no?

    7. Subsidizes Green Energy, promotes the Global Warming scam, “We’re
    going to work to make New Jersey number one in offshore wind production”

    So you’d rather be a slave to the oil companies?

    >>> Slave? Oil is cheaper than green energy. I have news for you, dummy. Every drop of oil that is in the earth will be used. Do you think poor countries are going to have state of the art green energy? Sluggish is the best adjective I can use to describe you.

    8. Signed onto Obamacare Medicaid Expansion.
    The people of New Jersey wanted it

    >> You think they will once they realize what it entails? Report back in a couple of years, jerky.

    The people of NJ wanted it.

  • http://baldilocks-talking.blogspot.com/ Juliette Akinyi Ochieng

    What automatic weapons are you referring to? Those have been illegal for civilians to possess since 1934.

  • fernmayo13

    Those were facts. Not “leftist talking points.”

    Thankfully the people who frequent Twitchy don’t make up the majority of the GOP. If Christie gets the nomination (which he will), I’ll vote Republican for the first time since 2000.

  • WWMD

    Like the comment above on how do you tell diff between dem and rep in NJ: how do you tell difference between conservative and democratic talking points? Democratic ones can be proved with facts and conservative ones are “stuff I got in a email” or “breitbart underground “. Or in a court of law one would be admissible and one is heresay

  • WWMD

    But it’s in the states that matter and people want to live in. Not the ones you fly over going to the other coast

  • WWMD

    And and we are not convinced to cheerlead for deregulations when you don’t realize what it means until it blows up in your face. http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/mike-elk-the-texas-fertilizer-plant-explosion-cannot-be-forgotten/2013/04/23/48eb770c-ac26-11e2-b6fd-ba6f5f26d70e_print.html

  • fernmayo13

    One of my guilty pleasures!

  • grais

    Good Lord, this got down votes?!?

  • ChelieinTX

    No, they were your opinions.

  • Guest

    LOL. 1. No, you won’t. 2. You’re admitting that he’s as liberal as you are.

  • http://www.facebook.com/oliver.green.5203 Oliver Green

    Your #1 IS a lefty talking point.

  • grais

    And this got down votes, too?!?

    jeezus h…blind hatred much?

  • Ronald Green

    Not for lying RINO’s like Cristie, he needs to join your party where he’s a better fit.

  • Ronald Green

    Not for lying RINO’s like Cristie, he needs to join your party where he’s a better fit.

  • wwbdinct

    So you get your news from Huffpo? LMAO!

  • People Corporation

    But you seem to think the government is a philanthropic organization. Dispensing stolen loot in order to purchase votes.

  • Tony Kammerer

    Yeah that’s why “shall not be infringed” is so difficult to understand by the left.

  • Sligoir

    Go by our Founding Fathers, you mean like the 2nd Amendment? Libs seem to pick and choose what amendments they like, reword/redefine them and which are adhered to, if any!