Statements like this could really harm Christie’s high standing among non-Republicans, not to mention certain people in the White House (if the New Jersey Gov. keeps on like this Obama will send back the stuffed bear Christie won for him).

The disillusionment begins:

Was that really what Christie believes, or was it merely a jockey for position?

  • DeadBuffalo Blog

    He should be happy. This means he can marry his real love, Barry.

    • Jeremy
      • LinTaylor

        “I wish I could quit you.”

        • Jeremy

          ha ha. I bet Christie was thinking that or saying that.

        • Texan357

          ^^^ #WIN

        • dj dickie degrees

          actually, it’s…”I wish I knew how to quit you” with a gay country twang!

      • yourmamatoo


      • TocksNedlog

        If this is a caption contest, then my entry is:
        FAT — F*CK

      • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

        OBAMA:”Hey look, We’re the Sopranos! I’m Tony, and Chrissy here is ‘Gay Vito’…” XD Jawamax 8<{D}

  • Cy

    Is he still trying to pretend he’s a conservative? I thought he gave that up when he helped Obama use Sandy for his propaganda.

    • grais

      Yeah, what a lousy governor, ignoring his constituents like that after a major natural disaster. He should have been with Romney instead and let Obama roam around NJ on his own. That would have won it for Romney, no doubt.

      • Jeremy

        The fact that Christie was praising Obama for his help and leadership is the problem. The President didn’t do jack to help anyone for months after he promised he would “cut through the red tape”

        • grais

          Christie was vilified immediately, and ever since, for doing exactly what a governor should do. People didn’t wait “for months” to blame Christie for Romney’s loss.
          It’s ridiculous.

          • Jeremy

            He should have known what kind of President and person he is dealing with in Obama.I didn’t believe any of Obama’s promise to help because,he lies all the time.

          • grais

            Then I’ll ask you, too : What would you have had your governor do in the same circumstances? Tell the POTUS to go suck an egg? Try to keep him out of your state?
            Dismiss the possibility of help from the Federal government?
            Call him a liar? What do you think a good state governor should do when a natural disaster occurs?

          • Jeremy

            I wouldn’t have praised der leader up and down like he did.

          • grais

            But what would a good governor do for the people of his state?
            And exactly how much praising up and down went on in the immediate aftermath? Do you know?

          • wwbdinct

            Grais – I will not argue with your defense of Christie in the aftermath of Sandy as I know that you were directly affected by the storm. My issues with Christie go well beyond his praise for “The One”…up to and including the fact that he is a starstruck tool who seems hell bent on being accepted by all the so-called “icons” that he deems worthy of kissing up to. We all know that his one and only true love is Springsteen and he finally got the acceptance from him that he desired so badly. That is no way to run the state of New Jersey but I guess he’s taking his cues from the rock star in chief.
            Hope you are doing well and that you are nearing your goal of complete recovery!

          • grais

            Yeah, my perspective is a bit different from that of the millions upon millions who weren’t affected. I guess it’s true that ‘you don’t understand until it happens to you’. Christie did what we wanted, and needed, him to do. I will not fault him for it. I’ll fault him for saying, after 6 months, that Obama delivered on all his promises. That’s complete BS.

            There are many other things to fault him for, his celebrity-fawning being one. We have a Clarence Clemons Day, fercrissake. Flags were at half-mast for Gandolfini, fercrissake. And his (&everyone else’s) worship of Springsteen is disgusting. In fairness, though, I don’t think it affects his actual running of the state. It’s just disgusting.

            And thank you, again; we’re doing well enough. I wish I could say the same for everyone. 8 months out and there are still neighbors & friends in limbo, displaced, fighting with and waiting for insurance cos & FEMA, not knowing what they should do & how to afford it. Complete recovery is a long way off for so many, but thanks for the good wishes.

          • midwestconservative

            Yes, that right there completely lost me. Obama hasn’t done jack for NJ, but for some reason Christie insists he has. A good Governor would have fired back, instead Christie is trying to appear more likeable among independents and democrats.( notice before the hug, they hated his guts with a passion).

          • grais

            It’s baffling for everyone here, too. We’ve experienced little BUT red tape…ridiculous, repetitive, frustrating, inane red tape.

            Christie is damned if he does, damned if he doesn’t, though.
            Look what happened when he (rightfully) slammed Boehner for not allowing a vote on the Sandy aid package.

          • wwbdinct

            He may be good for New Jersey but I would NEVER vote for him for president if he is the candidate. I heard numerous interviews with him while he was running for Gov. and he turned out to be NOT the same person once he was elected. Glad you are coming along well but yet again, one would never know how bad things are still there in Jersey because there is ZERO coverage of it now. Their pain has outlived the media’s usefulness for Obama now. What a disgrace!

          • grais

            I wouldn’t vote for him for president, either. And I would have preferred Steve Lonegan for governor. But it was Christie or Corzine. It was a no-brainer.
            I would think that, with all the stuff piling up on Obama, he’d be happy to divert the attention from it by visiting here—again and again. Then again, after his last visit, maybe he knows not to push his luck with us. Most of the area is decidedly Republican territory.

          • midwestconservative

            Hey Lonegan is running against Booker. Make sure you vote.

          • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

            Well there is proof he lied about “cutting the ‘Red Tape'”….Remember the Utility workers from Alabama who weren’t allowed to help repair power lines, because they weren’t Union members? I do…. #RightWard Jawamax 8<{D}

          • grais

            I’m well aware that Obama did not cut through any red tape. Some people are knee-deep in it, others are up to their necks, 8 months later.
            However, that story about the AL utility workers was debunked long, long ago.




          • midwestconservative

            I initially defended Christie, nor is Christie responsible for Romney’s loss. That being said, Romney never asked for Christie to campaign for him after Sandy, A liberal Journalist was the one who asked him that question, and instead of slapping that punk down, he instead insulted Romney and Republicans. Since then he has shown he doesn’t understand the issues. All of this I think was simply him trying to make his reelection campaign easier. So far it looks like it did, he’s polling 60% right now, but his opportunistic actions have lost him my vote ( at least in the primary).

  • Steve_J

    Soon he will be all alone.

  • Obamaroid_Ointment

    Surprises me, from the pics I saw I thought Barry had turned Chrissy gay.

  • rinodino

    Love this guy….. pisses off the right and the left , Christie is a true rinodino

    • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

      Clarification:He’s a RINOPOTTOMUS! Jawamax 8<{D}

  • yourmamatoo

    He isn’t a Republican.

    • Jeremy

      He sure don’t act like one very often.

      • yourmamatoo

        No he doesn’t.
        He got star struck with the celebs Obama knew, and lost track of who he was, and what he stood for..

    • CombatDiver

      I disagree, he is a republican. He isn’t a Conservative or Constitutionalist by any stretch of the imagination, but every bit a republican. The modern GOP is no better than the dems.

      • wwbdinct

        Good point.

      • radicallyalyssa

        Although I’m registered R, I don’t call myself a Republican. Neither does my dad; we just don’t have the heart to call ourselves what we aren’t.

        It’s funny. I’m a 20 year old woman and my 50 year old dad’s made me more conservative than himself!

      • yourmamatoo

        He is just another old fashioned rhino.
        Good thing we found out now.
        He will not be a contender in 2016.

  • TN05

    Say what you will, but Chris Christie has always been against gay marriage. He vetoed the gay marriage bill in New Jersey a few years back.

  • CombatDiver

    How cute… The RINO is trying to move back to the right to garner a few more votes. Just want to pinch his chubby cheeks.

  • digitalPimple

    Quick, someone get that man an infusion of powdered sugar…

  • detroit19

    ‘Chris Christie risks angering his Democrat base; Blasts Supreme Court for DOMA decision.’
    Lies, lies, lies See how well he’s learned while he’s been in boot/indoctrination camp?

  • Neil Leininger

    Christie is really all over the map right now. He’s a scary politician in that it’s hard to pin down his core beliefs.

    • Jeremy

      I don’t think he has many core beliefs anymore.He did at one time.

  • Republicanvet

    Leftist RINO’s. Always so confused.

  • Citizen Loring

    Christie had never backed gay marriage. He voted a bill that would have made it legal in NJ. Why is anyone surprised?

  • Ntr

    It’s clear that this move is to try and gain support from some of the none-the-wiser conservatives not up to date concerning this RINO’s political (left) leanings. So if you see any Conservatives, online or irl, thinking about or outright supporting Christie then don’t hesitate to inform them on how deceptive Chris Christie is when grabbing for those votes. Let them know the truth about this RINO.

  • TocksNedlog

    Every once in awhile he commits a random act of conservatism.

  • $29561723

    Did he say this as he signed stringent new gun control in NJ? What a phony

  • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

    The sound of Chrissy Christie on any issue: (flip) THUD! (flop) SQUISH!…Well, you get the idea…. #RINOPottomus #RightWard Jawamax 8<{D}

  • BuckeyeBornAndRaised

    One thing for sure about CC. He’s a politician through and through. And that isn’t a compliment.