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  1. The Wolf In Your Midst

    The Wolf In Your Midst said, about 4 years ago

    I’ve been wondering about Christie’s abject turnaround about Obama’s assistance for Jersey. Christie strikes me as the kind of person prone to speaking his mind when he’s angry. Was he angry about what Romney’s proposals would mean for states like his, who face the brunt of nature’s wrath every year? Did he finally realize how hollow yelling “THEY DON’T DESERVE THAT!” becomes when suddenly “they” includes you?
    And how sad has our country become when simply recognizing the good actions of someone “across the aisle” is newsworthy? (I mean, seriously, I don’t expect Christie to suddenly start promoting Obama for president; grateful acknowledgement does not equal some sort of “I’ve seen the light!” conversion.)

  2. braindead08

    braindead08 GoComics PRO Member said, about 4 years ago

    Chris, you look great! Have you been working out?

  3. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, about 4 years ago

    I’ve often disagreed with many of Christies views on specifics, but have always admired that he DOES SAY WHAT HE MEANS, and means what he SAYS. Even if “the other party”, it’s something that commands respect, which Chris will get none of for his current stance, from his “own” party.

  4. pirate227

    pirate227 said, about 4 years ago

    Reality check!

  5. oldrellek99

    oldrellek99 said, about 4 years ago

    you check Romney’s own record as Governor of Massachusetts.
    The city of Peabody Massachusetts is a quiet borough north of Boston, neighboring Salem in Essex County. Historically tied to the tanning industry and agriculture, it was an early hotspot in the automobile industry. Through the town runs the Ipswich River, which is where the problems for Mitt Romney originate.

    The state developed a flood prevention plan. With that plan in place, flooding would no longer be an issue should severe rain return to the area. The total cost would have been a paltry $5.7 million, a drop in the bucket compared to the hundreds of millions in damages caused by flooding.
    The measure, prepared, detailed, and ready to go, hit the governors desk for signature. And Governor Romney promptly vetoed it.
    In 2004, severe rain caused the river to overflow, causing widespread flooding.

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