Chris Christie 2016 Scares Democrats: P.J. O’Rourke

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Jan. 14 (Bloomberg) — P.J. O’Rourke, author of “The Baby Boom,” discusses U.S. politics on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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misc miscdd says:

Christie 2016.

Craig Zimmerman says:

Christie already has two scandals going and he hasn’t even begun to run for
President yet. Republicans should find someone else.

The Misanthrope says:

This guy believes in a tri-polar, invisible man in the sky?

myHome109 says:

Amazing how Liberal can characterize someone who ask,”Government workers to
do their work without overburdening the tax payers as Bully”. Amazing how
Liberals paint an elected official who take the position to protect the tax
payers and delivery services which were promised without increasing the
entitlements is a bully! Amazing how liberal now think government workers
should be paid not to perform their duties or function as the good guys and
anyone who ask those government workers to actually preform the task for
which they are hired and paid is considered a bully.

Liberals are intellectually dishonest! 

adasand21 says:

I thought catholics believe that the pope talks to the big guy upstairs, so
does that mean this guy just said god dont know economics? Lmao.

adasand21 says:

I find it amazing that people still defend Christie. Imo sex scandals are
not a reason for a politicians to end their political life, but a scandal
like this is.

If he was involved, it really shows he is a petty little man and the worst
kind of politician. He basically took revenge on the people, what next? If
he becomes the president he will take revenge from people in all blue

I highly doubt that he had nothing to do with it, even with all the
allegations for months he didnt do anything until the emails leaked.
Establishment candidates like Christie and Clinton are what we dont need.

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