The dick sucking Republicans are going nuts because one of their own (in name only) is telling the truth. Christie is referring to Obama's outstanding response to his Obama's handling of Hurricane Sandy.
Rebublicans are now calling Chris Christie a RINO (Republican In Name Only) but I'm calling that big fat large and in charge son of a bitch a RHINO. The man is fearless, tough as nails and he is too big right now for anyone to fuck with him. To say the Chris Christie is big is the understatment of the decade. Christie, in the minds of voters is bigger than the entire Republican party. Christie is really fucking big not only in physical size but in also in his politcal stature -- big enought to start his own party-- the pizza party,
Christie thought more about the people of New Jersey than he did his party. That takes him from politician to leader. Once again we see that fat men, eg, Bill Clinton, William Howard Taft and Teddy Roosevelt, make the best leaders. Christie's high approval rating proves that. When you put the people first people don't care as much about your politics.
Speaking to MSNBC on the six-month anniversary of the super storm, Christie doubled down by insisting that the president had “kept every promise” that he had made to help the people of New Jersey.
“A lot of conservatives say they’re done with you, you’re finished in national politics because of what you did,” MSNBC host Joe Scarborough noted. “Six months later, do you have any regrets?”
“No,” Christie replied. “I say the same thing to all my critics no matter where they are on the spectrum, and that is that I’ve got a job to do. And the fact is that there was nothing else that ever crossed my mind in the days after.”
Author John Meacham wondered how the White House had performed since the election.
“The president has kept every promise that he made,” Christie insisted. “And that fact is, that’s what I was saying at the time. What I was saying at the time, I was asked about how was the president doing? And I said, he’s doing a good job, he’s kept his word.”
“And so, everybody knows I have about 95 percent level of agreement with Barack Obama on issues of principle and philosophy, but the fact is we have a job to do. And what people expect from people they elect is to do their job.”
The governor added: “Since that time, I have to say, everything that they promised they would do, they’ve done. And so, I don’t have any complaints or arguments with them this morning on the issue of Sandy relief.”