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Glenn Beck has called Gov Christie a "fat" nightmare. True or not?

UnusualSuspect 2013/12/20 20:54:57
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Glenn Beck has called Gov Christie of NJ a "fat" nightmare, citing Christie's views on guns, unions, and in other areas, as not being conservative at all. Yet in the polls, Christie is doing pretty well.

Christie probably has a better than average chance of being the GOP nominee in 2016.

What say you...voting for Christie in 2016, even though he's not really a conservative, or staying home and watching reality TV all day?
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  • Marnie3 2013/12/20 21:13:06
    No way in hell
    Marnie3
    +4
    Considering Glenn Beck is a "fat" nightmare himself he is most qualified to know.

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  • sjalan 2013/12/24 16:52:28
    No way in hell
    sjalan
    Glenn Beck has absolutely NO validity in his web blog and streaming laughable road show. He's worse than an 19th Century snake oil salesman
  • letitbeknown 2013/12/24 14:47:34
    He has my vote
    letitbeknown
    oh my god what has the world come to.....i'm going to have agree with....gag....glen 'bloody bonkers' beck. i'll be right back, i have to go wash out my mouth.
  • 11 Phenomenon - eNews 2013/12/21 01:45:16
    He has my vote
    11 Phenomenon - eNews
    Glen Beck has my vote on this one. Christie is a phony. If he became a liberal I would at least respect the honesty in that. RHINO. And not because of the weight.
  • Dogman 2013/12/20 21:59:21
    He has my vote
    Dogman
    +1
    I'm not a huge Christie fan, although he can be reasoned with, and he certainly is large. But, he's not a buffoon - which is more than can be said for Beck.
  • ZER0 2013/12/20 21:56:49
    No way in hell
    ZER0
    I'd rather poke myself in the eye than vote for Christie. He is a nightmare. He can't even decide on which party he stands with. He's a flip flopper. We need a good leader to get us back on tract. We've had or fair share of poor ones. It's time for a real leader.
  • Idiot r... ZER0 2013/12/21 00:12:08
    Idiot repubs
    +1
    He's a republican, the kind Americans respected. Crazy right wingers are killing the GOP, Good riddance.
  • ZER0 Idiot r... 2013/12/21 00:36:17 (edited)
    ZER0
    Americans respect Republicans? Who knew?? Conservatives are the future. If he wants to be the leader of the Republicans all the power to him...he'll be the very first one to go down with their very fast sinking ship.
  • Idiot r... ZER0 2013/12/21 17:23:02
    Idiot repubs
    +1
    Republicans used to be a respected party. They have not been for quite a while.
  • ZER0 Idiot r... 2013/12/21 17:25:27
    ZER0
    Neither the Democrats or Republicans hold that respect anymore. Americans don't trust the parties any longer. The status quo does not involve the rest of us.
  • SunnyOne 2013/12/20 21:47:20
    No way in hell
    SunnyOne
    +2
    Beck is an alcoholic nightmare.

    Christie isn't a conservative extremist and he doesn't always toe the party line, which is why he'll never be the GOP nominee.
  • Marnie3 2013/12/20 21:13:06
    No way in hell
    Marnie3
    +4
    Considering Glenn Beck is a "fat" nightmare himself he is most qualified to know.
  • hippycat Marnie3 2013/12/21 18:12:12
    hippycat
    LOL!
  • Double Tee 2013/12/20 21:10:52
    No way in hell
    Double Tee
    +1
    Christie is a loud-mouthed wind bag who tries to overpower his opponents with aggression and intimidation. So…naturally he is backed by the LSM and the Democrats.
  • MidnightCowboy 2013/12/20 20:59:06
    No way in hell
    MidnightCowboy
    +3
    Glenn Beck and other Tea Party advocates will wake up Chris Christie to how conniving cruel the GOP can be and he may very well switch his Party affiliation in 2014, and then he could possibly be Hillary's running mate if she so decides.
  • Scott Midnigh... 2013/12/20 21:11:54
    Scott
    +1
    WHEN he switches, it will be no surprise. Maybe THAT'S why the Tea Party wants nothing to do with him!
  • Dogman Scott 2013/12/20 21:57:30
  • Scott Dogman 2013/12/23 14:39:33
    Scott
    Reason? What a great choice of words! What's reasonable about ..., oh let's say authorizing undocumented immigrants to claim in-state tuition status at New Jersey’s colleges and universities?

    A similar strategy didn't work out well got Rick Perry either. The Tea Party is into holding steadfast to constitutional principles. (I know, words like 'principles' really befuddle the left, cuz your leadership has none.)
  • Dogman Scott 2013/12/23 14:47:31
    Dogman
    Working with the President to support his constituents in the wake of Sandy is a good example. He did what was right for the people of his state. That's "reasonable", despite the Republican douche bags who opposed efforts to provide financial support to the victims.

    How typical. New Jersey is a blue state. It gives more to Washington than it gets back.
  • Scott Dogman 2013/12/23 15:31:06
    Scott
    Working with the president got his constituents nothing. Well, the east coast, the ones willing to stroke Obama's DICKtatorial style got a new 40 million dollar boardwalk. The west Delaware Bay shore? Not so much. It's a freaking ghost town; not from the storm, but from the neglect of Obama and Christie.
  • sbtbill 2013/12/20 20:58:52
    He has my vote
    sbtbill
    I almost never agree with Beck but this time I have to agree. However, I think our reasons are totally different.
  • Scott 2013/12/20 20:58:21
    No way in hell
    Scott
    +3
    I think he's the media choice. I think he's the democrat choice. I think the republican elite will support him too. Conservative voters? Not so much.
  • Double Tee Scott 2013/12/20 21:09:30
    Double Tee
    +2
    Exactly. Christie is a RINO and a Krispie Kreme-eating pig. If the media and the Democrats like him you know he is a POS.

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