The good stuff from Chris Christie

Mmm, mmm, mmm:

So far, I can still imagine myself voting for him in 2012.  Maybe on a ticket with Bolton or Petraeus, for some real foreign policy gravitas.  (Although, really, when it comes to foreign policy gravitas, it’s hard to beat Joe Biden, isn’t it?  And yes, I’m being sarcastic.)

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  • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

    Btw, Book, I may have forgotten to mention this but I didn’t want you to think otherwise.
     
    I liked your MP3 audio upload. I’m looking forward for me. So you can’t use the excuse that nobody liked it as an excuse ; )
     
    Here’s my idea, Book. Why don’t we simply elect the entire Republican roster for Presidential elections, with zero primary results.
     
    The one that wins the election, then becomes the President, but has to employ one of his Republican competitors in the Cabinet.
     
    This ensures that if 5 good people run, 5 can contribute, rather than only one. After all, rolling the dice can get us interesting results (2008)

  • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

    Looking forward for more, correction.

  • Spartacus

    Christie obviously understands there’s no harm in offending those who long ago decided to hate him, regardless of what he says or does.  A president who understood that would be… wonderfully refreshing.

  • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

    Only if he was on the side of the Constitution, Spartacus.

  • Spartacus

    Good point.  And although I’ve learned to be skeptical even of those wearing little elephant pins on their lapels, I think Christie is pretty much on the side of the Constitution.  In any case, I don’t foresee him giving a speech in Cairo on the superiority of the Muslim world, or reaching across the aisle to go on a bipartisan binge of government expansion.