All ‘three’ of my friends along with everyone else who knows my politics know that my American hero in politics is Chris Chritie, Governor of New Jersey. He is that wonderful traditional American….the anti Obama’s Marxism man who does not pretend his Christianity, his Americanism and love of country, his respect for democracy, his devotion to honesty, and playing life above and not BELOW the table.
Mr. Christie is the antiObama in every essential respect. He is a problem-solver, not a curtain hanger. He seems to be able to cut through the political, cultural, educational, financial and other fogs that blind so many players in the American government game.
I believe he also knows that the basis for any successful democracy is compromise where compromise is possible, meaning NO compromise when the American foe is Marxism, the progressive dream of One Party always progressing toward Progressive Rule to create a government big enouth to oppress the people by fiat from Progressives’ bureaucrats. Today it is called Obamarule.
There can be no compromise which carves up traditional American democratic life to provide comfort and goods for Leninist gods on Obama’s left hand.
I see no conservative on the front lines at this point who are as devoted to a belief in American democracy as Barack Hussein Obama’s devotion to a Progressive March to Marxism……………They do seem to be good people…..but I an worried about their beat Marxism abilities.
I do like Mitt Romney and Rick Perry, the two best from this fraternity. I’d prefer Mitt for his potential to beat Barry’s one topic class warfare blab with well organized coverage of the real problems with real answers, very business like. I’d prefer Rick Perry because he has been Governor of Texas, is winsome if left alone to his own, not his advisors, talents, and because he seems to be a live, honest-to-goodness American who can solve problems. People will like him as a guy.
But, Chris Christie is my favorite American politician, as long as he can treat the president with the same approach as he has taken toward many of the Lefty New Jersey entitlement phonies who have been blasting Mr. Christie for three years now, only to have been put in their places honestly, forcefully, and with guts and skill by a man who clearly knows American right from wrong.
But, as you all know, Mr. Christie has refrained from this larger task at hand……saving the Nation as well as New Jersey from Marxist Obamarule.
Yet, there is still time…..Maybe? Could he? Will he?
Another Christie fan, Mark Waldeland sent me the following article which suggests that this whale of a man might be reviewing something reviewable. Where there is life, there is HOPE.
Our America needs a Chris Christie to lead a whale of a movement to return to the Peoples’ America, not the Obama America of Marxist Government Rule.
Chris Christie Reconsidering 2012 Run,
Will Decide in Days
Friday, 23 Sep 2011 05:10 PM
By Jim Meyers at Newsmax.com
“New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is reconsidering his decision not to enter the 2012 presidential race — and he says he will let top Republican donors know within days about his plans, Newsmax has learned.During the past few weeks, several leading Republican donors and fundraisers have been urging the popular Republican governor to reconsider his decision not to run and to enter the GOP primary.These Christie supporters note that significant GOP support has remained on the sidelines of the primary fight. Many leading fundraisers have yet to commit to any current primary contender, including frontrunners Rick Perry and Mitt Romney.Newsmax has learned that the effort to draft Christie culminated in a hush-hush powwow held in the past week with Christie and several notable Republican billionaires.A source familiar with the meeting suggested that Christie seemed inclined to enter the race but said he needed more time.Christie promised to make a final decision “within two weeks,” the source said.
Another source involved in GOP fundraising tells Newsmax that that uncommitted fundraisers and donors have been receiving phone calls from top political aides to Christie, seeking their feedback about his possible entry into the race.
Earlier this week Christie hinted at the effort to draft him when he spoke at a special forum that included Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels.
Christie suggested to an audience at New Jersey’s Rider University that the current GOP candidates are not answering the public’s appetite for real leadership.
“I think what the country is thirsting for, more than anything else right now, is someone of stature and credibility to tell them that and say, ‘Here’s where I want us to go to deal with this crisis,’” Christie said.
Christie continued: “The fact that nobody yet who’s running for president, in my view, has done that effectively is why you continue to hear people ask Daniels if he’ll reconsider and ask me if I’ll reconsider.”
Christie has consistently and categorically stated that he would not run for president in 2012, noting he had significant work still to accomplish in New Jersey.
But New Jersey and New York Republican donors and bundlers who have backed Christie also have been courted in the past several months by Texas Gov. Perry’s campaign.
Senior aides to Christie have been quietly urging his supporters not to commit to Perry, indicating Christie was still mulling a bid and would make a final decision after New Jersey’s legislative races are completed in November.
But the rapidly changing primary landscape may be changing that timetable.
Perry’s quick rise in the polls and indications he may be fading — coupled with nagging questions about Romney’s ability to lead the party after backing a Massachusetts healthcare law ominously similar to President Barack Obama’s own Obamacare program — may have created a window of opportunity for Christie.”
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