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  1. says

    As a Garden State resident I would like to borrow the words of Michelle Obama: “For the first time in my life I am proud of my state!” If Christie can clean up  overhaul the Garden State (property taxes are outrageous - close to $8,000 on a 2-bedroom, 1-bath, w/o sewer or trash pick-up on a less than one-acre lot in a town with no local police) which is why the NJ voters elected him, then a Christie/Palin or Palin/Christie ticket might be very powerful with some real experience behind it.

  2. Mike Devx says

    Oh my God.  This is the first time I have seen Governor Christie speak.
    That… was… FANTASTIC.  I am thrilled that someone has actually out-Sarah-Palin’ed Sarah Palin.  And only a minor few of the words were conservative!  This was pure salt-of-the-earth political perfection regardless of philosophical position – or perhaps he was so powerful BECAUSE of his actual underlying philosophical positions, which are bedrock and conservative.   And for me it was like watching a hurricane, and the poor MSM sop snarking about Christie’s “tone” was a widdle bitty sandcastle right in the hurricane’s path, just sitting there on the beach shore.
    That was better than one billion let’s-introduce-the-Chosen-One-Obama-to-the-gullible-masses speeches to the Democrat National Convention in whatever godforsaken year of infamy THAT was (2004?).
    May Governor Christie be as genuine and awesome an exemplar of sheer bloody greatness as this clip makes him out to be.
     

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