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Old 11-08-2013, 12:28 AM  
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Nomination is Christie's to lose?

I'm having a hard time seeing how Chris Christie doesn't walk away with thing at this point, and I can't decide if that's a good thing or a bad thing. There's plenty to like about him, though I don't know too much about his foreign policy.

At this point, I don't think Rand can knock him off. I don't think Cruz can knock him off. It's hard to believe Perry could given how terribly he fared the last time around.

There's a lot to happen between then and now - but that's kind of the point. Christie is going to be travelling the country campaigning for governors and raising a ton of cash. And to boot, he's winning a lot of democrats over - he'd have to to win as large as he has in Jersey. He's winning blue dogs over with tough love. He's basically selling conservative ideas minus the Jesus, and what we're seeing is that there's a huge base of democrats that eat it up like Alpo.

Christie is a real problem for the Democrats because if they're running Hillary, they're running her as a leftist version of Christie, and he's going to suck all of the air out of that conversation.

It's hard to imagine right now who is going to beat this juggernaut. I don't think Christie needs either Christian conservatives or libertarians to win. I think he'll pull enough out of the Democrat column to manage just fine.
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Old 11-08-2013, 11:02 AM   #61
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At some point, adults in the GOP will have to accept that electability matters more than ideological purity, and kowtowing to fringe elements....especially given demographic trends that are burying them.

Or they can become 21st Century Whigs.

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Old 11-08-2013, 12:09 PM   #62
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I don't think you can really compare Romney and Christie.

I mean... Everybody has known that fat popular guy who spits it straight, says funny things, and somehow people generally gravitate around no matter how caustic he gets. They can't wait to see what he does or says next.

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Old 11-08-2013, 12:13 PM   #63
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Didn't Taco used to support Obama early in the process? Now it's Christie?
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Old 11-08-2013, 12:17 PM   #64
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Didn't Taco used to support Obama early in the process? Now it's Christie?
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I like '08AMA because he's a guy who I can relate to. He came from a hard working immigrant family, and worked his way to the position he is at now without having anything handed to him along the way. Like I mentioned this morning, I respect '08AMA for the same reasons I respect a line worker who climbs his way up to management. He's seen the bottom and won't forget it once he's on top. When he talks about America, he's talking about the real America that people on the bottom see. Not some construction that some speech writers put together. I think he's got a lot of credibility with the blue collar of America because of it. He's not like a Bush, who silver spooned it to where he is. In fact, he's the anti-Bush in just about every way... Came from a poor background, earned everything he got, and is incredibly smart. And as a side bonus, he's very charismatic and speaks well. When I listen to him talk, I feel good about America.
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I'm tired of people saying that they don't know where '08AMA (thanks Jensen) stands on the issues... It's not difficult in this day and age to actually do the miniscule amount of work to actually educate yourself on any candidate's position on the issues, so I thought I'd put in some miniscule effort to pull them up so that everybody has to make even less of an effort to get knowledgeable on his actual positions.

So without delay...

Iraq
Since 2002, and now, as a U.S. Senator, Senator Obama has continued to critique the Administration's mishandling of this war, and believes that while our troops have done an outstanding job in Iraq, there can be no military solution to what is inherently a political conflict between Iraq's warring factions. The only hope to end this burgeoning civil war is for Shiites, Sunnis, and Kurds to come together and resolve their differences, and that's why Senator Obama agrees with the Iraq Study Group's conclusion that we must begin a phased redeployment of American troops to signal to the government and people of Iraq that ours is not an open-ended commitment.

For more on his Iraq positions:
http://obama.senate.gov/issues/iraq/index.html


Defense
With the nation facing unprecedented threats, our military needs to remain the world's best. We must adapt the Pentagon to face 21st century threats such as global terrorists and loose nuclear weapons in the former Soviet states. Senator Obama is working to ensure that the nation's defense capabilities are strong, agile, and prepared and that our troops are provided with the equipment they need.

For more on his defense positions:
http://obama.senate.gov/issues/defense/index.html


Seniors
As we transition to an increasingly global economy, many Americans are at risk of being left behind through no fault of their own. Among those most affected by these changes are senior citizens, many of whom are on fixed incomes. We need to modernize our social safety net to help senior citizens meet these new challenges, but we also must preserve those elements, such as Social Security and Medicare, that have enabled us to fulfill our moral commitments to our parents and grandparents.

For more on his Seniors positions:
http://obama.senate.gov/issues/seniors/index.html


Crime
Senator Obama is a strong proponent of tougher measures to fight crime, in particular the growing problem of methamphetamines, which has ravaged many communities in Illinois. He has also advocated providing more resources to local law enforcement officers.

For more on his positions on crime:
http://obama.senate.gov/issues/crime/index.html


Environment
As a member of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, Senator Obama has worked to ensure our nation's environmental laws and policies balance America's needs for a healthy, sustainable environment with economic growth.


For more on his environmental policy:
http://obama.senate.gov/issues/environment/index.html


Homeland Security
Senator Obama believes that greater attention needs to be paid to the nation’s homeland security. To that end, he has supported efforts to distribute more funds to cities like Chicago most at risk of a terrorist attack. He has also introduced legislation to strength chemical plant and drinking water security and to enhance disaster preparedness.

For more on his homeland security policy:
http://obama.senate.gov/issues/homel...ity/index.html



Immigration
Senator Obama shares the growing public concern about illegal immigration in the United States. The challenge facing President Bush and Congress is how to effectively stop the flow of illegal immigrants across our borders, better manage immigration flows going forward, and deal with illegal aliens who are already living and working in this country.

More on Obama's take on Immigration:
http://obama.senate.gov/issues/immigration/index.html


Education
Senator Obama is committed to providing every American with the opportunity to receive a quality education, from pre-kindergarten to college or vocational school to job retraining programs.


More Obama on Education:
http://obama.senate.gov/issues/education/index.html


Health Care
Promoting affordable, accessible, and high-quality health care was a priority for Barack Obama in the Illinois State Senate and is a priority for him in the United States Senate. He believes firmly that health care should be a right for everyone, not a privilege for the few.

'08AMA on Healthcare:
http://obama.senate.gov/issues/health_care/index.html


Veterans
As a member of the Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee, Senator Obama is committed to helping the heroes who defend our nation today and the veterans who fought in years past.

More Obama on Veterans:
http://obama.senate.gov/issues/veterans/index.html



Ethics and Lobbying Reform
Throughout his political career, Barack Obama has been a leader in fighting for open and honest government. During his first year as an Illinois State Senator, he helped lead the fight to pass Illinois' first ethics reform bill in 25 years. As a U.S. Senator, he has spearheaded the effort to clean up Washington in the wake of the Jack Abramoff scandal.

And last but not least:
http://obama.senate.gov/issues/ethic...orm/index.html




And here is a link to the page which it is all found, which undoubtedly will be updated throughout his campaign:
http://obama.senate.gov/issues/
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Old 11-08-2013, 12:22 PM   #65
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Old 11-08-2013, 12:22 PM   #66
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Oh wow, a cosmo post that adds nothing to a thread. Awesome.

It's not actually a prediction. It's an open question. I think there's enough time between now and 2016 for Christie to show his ass and lose. I just don't believe him to be the type for that to happen to. I follow Morning joe because I think they've got the pulse on establishment Republicans and Democrats, and Mike Kruschev (or whatever her name is) fawns over Christie like he was Obama himself. It's remarkable to me, because if the guy was, say Rand Paul, and saying the same things that Christie says, they'd call him the devil.

Anyway, **** off cosmo. You don't start interesting conversations around this place. Yes, I'm not afraid to put myself out there. If you've got something to say, then say it. If not, then shut up and go away. What is it with guys like you and race bait native? You assholes are so deathly afraid of having an honest conversation and putting yourselves out there to say anything interesting. It's like you think just having a username and laughing at other people is enough to validate yourself. Go you...
"I'm having a hard time seeing how Chris Christie doesn't walk away with thing at this point."

Kind of seems like a prediction.
Look, you're going to get something correct eventually, maybe even this.

Sorry to get you all upset. Yes, you put yourself out there, good for you. It's just the way you are so definitive most of the time, and most of the time so incorrect, it becomes funny after a while.
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Old 11-08-2013, 12:22 PM   #67
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Good lord what's more surprising? Taco supporting Obama or actually being right about a prediction?
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Old 11-08-2013, 12:26 PM   #68
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I don't think you can really compare Romney and Christie.

I mean... Everybody has known that fat popular guy who spits it straight, says funny things, and somehow people generally gravitate around no matter how caustic he gets. They can't wait to see what he does or says next.

And everybody knows a guy like Mormon Mitt who may be well pedigreed, but doesn't really carry the same gravitas.

Christie appeals across party lines in a way that I think few politicians are even capable of. Like Cochise says, it's personality politics.
What I took from the last election was that swinging the Moderates your way and stripping off a few Democrats means Jack and Shit when you canít turn out your base.
Can Christie turn out the Republican base? I tend to think not but there is plenty of time for the base to forget him selling Republicans out to bring home the Obama bacon.
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Old 11-08-2013, 12:31 PM   #69
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Didn't Taco used to support Obama early in the process? Now it's Christie?
"Support" is putting it mildly. I've seen his posts from that era, and even I was embarrassed for him.

And now...hell, he's got Ayn Rand in his avatar. Taco's infatuations change like a teenage girl.
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Old 11-08-2013, 12:36 PM   #70
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I'm having a hard time seeing how Chris Christie doesn't walk away with thing at this point, and I can't decide if that's a good thing or a bad thing. There's plenty to like about him, though I don't know too much about his foreign policy.

At this point, I don't think Rand can knock him off. I don't think Cruz can knock him off. It's hard to believe Perry could given how terribly he fared the last time around.

There's a lot to happen between then and now - but that's kind of the point. Christie is going to be travelling the country campaigning for governors and raising a ton of cash. And to boot, he's winning a lot of democrats over - he'd have to to win as large as he has in Jersey. He's winning blue dogs over with tough love. He's basically selling conservative ideas minus the Jesus, and what we're seeing is that there's a huge base of democrats that eat it up like Alpo.

Christie is a real problem for the Democrats because if they're running Hillary, they're running her as a leftist version of Christie, and he's going to suck all of the air out of that conversation.

It's hard to imagine right now who is going to beat this juggernaut. I don't think Christie needs either Christian conservatives or libertarians to win. I think he'll pull enough out of the Democrat column to manage just fine.
He is big with the independents too.
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Someone should tell Taco Christie didn't even beat Clinton in his own state on exit polling.
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Old 11-08-2013, 12:51 PM   #73
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You actually might be right for once TJ. Though it wouldn't shock me if the hard right finally get their candidate only to get destroyed in the general. Laura Ingraham said the other night she thinks Jeb is the favorite. I just can't imagine anyone electing another Bush right now.
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It seems ridiculous to say that someone who is pro-life and pro-traditional marriage, but not even stridently so, is unelectable.

It's even sillier than this nonsense from the liberal media bubble about a demographic death spiral.
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