Governor Rick Perry millions of under-privileged poor Texans who do not have any Health Coverage will be covered under The Affordable Care ACT (ACA) expansion of MEDICAID!
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What really stinks is that I'm stuck living in this state. If I could, I'd move in the blink of an eye. What also stinks is that in order to get a CCP in NJ, you MUST be connected. I'll admit that NJ in the 50's&60's was a great place to grow up in, but for the last 40+ years it's gone down the toilet.
What do I expect from the democrat party?
Should I be surprised?After his slobbering Obama love fest following hurricane Sandy,I am convinced that Christie is a dem in repub clothing.He even resembles a RINO.Just put a tusk in the middle of his forehead.
Oh My Gosh this is SHOCKING !!
I can't believe a Liberal excuse me a REPUBLICAN would actually support Obama. I can't believe someone who was shaking because he got to go for a ride on Marine one with Obama, and someone who only spoke about himself at the RNC, and someone who embraced Obama over the Hurricane, someone who sits with Obama, Calls him a Good Man, Someone who yelled at Republicans over funding for the Hurricane, but said nothing about the Waste, Someone who has DONE NOTHING in his state to cut taxes or Spending, Someone Who Sides With Muslims and appointed a Muslim Judge, Someone who was the ONLY Republican who would attend the State Dinner for China, and Someone
From the DAY HE WAS ELECTED STATED NEW JERSEY DESERVES A BREAK AND WE ARE NOT ENTERING THE LAWSUIT AGAINST OBAMACARE.
Yeah you go Chris Christie your a waste, and I didn't expect anything more of you. Wow Ann Coulter you know how to pick them. Go pat him on the back now and Tell me what a Great Conservative he is.
Glenn Beck lost his initial enthusiasm for him; he did look promising in the beginning. I wonder if how Ann Coulter, who I like, feels now?
And this is who Byron York and the wizards of smart are saying should be invited to CPAC? Seriously?!
I'll bet he isn't invited to CPAC because Art Cardenas (CPAC pres) is supposedly tight with the Bushes. As is Karl Rove.
I would bet none of them are too happy with Krispy's Sandy Hook bromance just prior to election day.
no he was not invited to CPAC - they spoke about this on Greta Last night. I found it on Fox Nation. I don't watch Greta anymore since she kissed Hillary's feet during the Interview, and didn't slam her for Benghazi.
GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey will -- this is according to The Washington Post will not be invited to CPAC this year, which is a very influential conservative political action conference.
BYRON YORK, THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER: Yes. It's in about three weeks. That's a big deal. I should say that the organizers of CPAC are saying, after this news came out, Well, you know, there are still three weeks left. We haven't done all of our invitations, so stay tuned.
But right now, it looks like Christie, who I believe in his own state is probably the most popular Republican governor right now -- 74 percent approval in New Jersey -- not going to be elected -- not going to be invited. The big thing is everybody else is going to be there, Rubio, Jindal, Ryan, Bush, Palin, Paul, Perry, Santorum. I mean, everybody who's anybody in the Republican political world is going to be there.
VAN SUSTEREN: That wasn't just sort of an accident, I don't think.
YORK: No. When you look at all the people who are there and you say, Well, gee, where's Chris Christie, it's probably not an accident. You have to remember that the Romney people are still very irritated with Chris Christie. Romney will be at CPAC. They were irritated by him being so cozy with President Obama...
VAN SUSTEREN: It was like the -- it's like...
YORK: ... in the final days.
VAN SUSTEREN: ... Governor Chris Christie -- it's like Governor Christie -- or Crist, Charlie Crist, rather...
VAN SUSTEREN: ... in Florida hugging President Obama on the tarmac.
YORK: Exactly. And a lot of members of Congress, Republican members of Congress, are irritated with him for being so vocal about wanting so much relief aid after Hurricane Sandy, which they felt was a lot of pork. So he kind of -- he angered the former presidential candidate and a certain amount of the House leadership.
VAN SUSTEREN: And there's some grumbling, too, that the amount that he wanted that they considered pork actually is almost equal to the amount of this budget cut. I think he got -- he got $60 billion...
YORK: Yes. Right.
VAN SUSTEREN: ... and the budget cut's about $85 billion.
YORK: Just eat it all up in one -- one bill.
VAN SUSTEREN: In one fell swoop.
YORK: So there are some sensitive relations. But I mean, Chris Christie is a serious national figure in the Republican Party. It seems kind of odd that he's not going to be there.
VAN SUSTEREN: I think he's a serious national figure in New Jersey.
YORK: Well, not just in New Jersey, though. I mean, he's -- he's -- look, when you -- when you go through the list of possible 2016 contenders, I mean, Chris Christie is there as big as anybody else.
this is courtesy of Fox Nation, there is the video of the conversation over there.
I was down on Christie when he showed he could did not have enough discipline to just keep a civil tongue during Sandy. But when he went to the liberal talking points after Newtown and said the number one priority of public schools is to create a healthy learning environment and 'armed guards don't do that' blah blah he dropped in to the 'dead to me' category.
That was pure political cowardice. And totally wrong. Always and particularly after Newtown, the number one priority of public schools is to keep our kids safe. His casual dismissal of this deep and fundamental truth was truly pathetic and weak.
NJ has a huge and growing budget problem and I am sure he views this as part of a short term fix to enable the furtherance of his political career.
Did we expect anything less from this man? Please tell me, that the readers of this site expected Christie to not accept this money. Just another Republican so called leader who tags himself with the name that signifies conservative, when we the informed and the enlightened should start categorizing these Republican politicians as to their ideology.
In Christie's case I could call him Republican Light. RINO does not fit him. Then again I could call him a Democrat Conservative, since there doesn't appear to be any conservatives in the Democrat Party.
Of course, if anyone on TheRightScoop considers him a conservative then that gives us, the readers, the right to call them stupid along with other terms of endearment that are vulgar.
I didn't expect him to do anything else. I don't know how many might recall this, but Levin was just purely disgusted that he would not sign on to join the other states in litigating the constitutionality of zero-care. He used the excuse that he had to set priorities with his budget but Mark knew that it would have cost him nothing to sign his name in support. All the legal work was done in house - I think by Ken Cuccinelli and a few other states' attorneys.
He would not be distinguishable from Charlie Crist but for the fact he is not orange or skinny.
Christie is too liberal to be a Republican...he will switch parties eventually....my predicition anyway.
Now really, is this reallllly a surprise? Next he'll be pulling a Charlie Chris and becoming a democrat.