Christie the Dem's Choice for GOP Presidential Candidate
A Commentary by J. D. Longstreet
are lots of things that are sure and certain like: death, taxes, and
democrats will cheat during elections. Now we can add another to the
ever growing list. The Dems want Chris Christie, of New Jersey, to be
the the GOP candidate for President in 2016.
Media, which is the propaganda arm of the Democratic Party, has already
begun its less than subtle campaign to secure that position for
The President's plan to utterly destroy the GOP is on the
cusp of total success and having Christie as the 2016 GOP candidate for
President would be the cherry on top.
Look. Christie is, at
best, a moderate to liberal, progressive republican. This is the wing
of the republican party that relegated the party to the wilderness for
40 years and is, in fact, doing it again -- even as we write this piece.
I am convinced that Christie's wing of the GOP doesn't want to
lead. They are happiest when the democrats lead and they can stand
back and take high sounding pot shots while becoming the perpetual loyal opposition.
republicans interested in leadership and especially in leading the
country out of its malaise and back to world leadership had better get
out of the GOP -- right now -- and form another party -- a party that
will aggressively challenge the democrats who are quickly sewing up the
political scene in America for at least a generation.
leftist American press is assuring Americans that Christie is among the
most electable GOP candidates in the running today. What they fail to
tell the American readership is this: There are NO electable GOP
candidates running today for President of the US. NONE!
The 2016 presidential election is already lost to the Democrats. The
Dems already have the electoral college vote wrapped up.
this from an article by Myra Adams at The Daily Beast: "After
totaling the electoral votes in all the terminally blue states, an
inconvenient math emerges, providing even a below average Democrat
presidential candidate a potential starting advantage of 246. Here are
the states and their votes:
CA (55), NY (29), PA (20), IL (20),
MI (16), NJ (14), WA (12), MA (11), MN (10), WI (10), MD (10), CT (7),
OR (7), HI (4), ME (4), NH (4), RT (4), VT (3), DE (3), DC (3).
me repeat, if only for the shock value: 246 votes out of 270 is 91
percent. That means the Democrat candidate needs to win only 24 more
votes out of the remaining 292. (There are a total of 538 electoral
votes.) (Emphasis by underlining mine.) SOURCE:
am a life-long conservative and, until this time last year, I was a
registered republican. So, it gives me no pleasure, whatsoever, to make
the prediction that Hillary has 2016 wrapped up. In fact it tends to
induce a potent bout of nausea. But -- there it is.
Christie win the GOP nomination, the "stay at home" factor will rule
the day on election day 2016. If you think conservatives stayed at home
when Romney was the candidate, in the words of Al Jolson: "You ain't
seen nothing yet." As likable as Christie is -- he is still seen as a
northeastern moderate/liberal candidate unacceptable to southern
conservatives -- under any conditions.
But the leftist
propaganda mill has already begun to grind out the puff pieces and PR
pieces on Christie in an attempt to convince the republican electorate
to support the ONLY candidate with any chance of winning against Hillary
-- Chris Christie. It is one of the oldest electioneering tricks in
the book. It is tried and true having worked many times in the past.
more on the southern conservative feelings about Chris Christie we
suggest you visit the Texas Fred Blog and read "Chris Christie Inducted
into CAIR’s ‘Best List’ for Fighting ‘Islamophobia’." You will find it
This is NOT a new problem or a problem just surfacing for Christie. An article by Daniel Pipes & Steve Emerson entitled: "Chris Christie’s Islam Problem"
published at National Review Online in May of 2012 REALLY lifts the
skirt on Christie's history of cozzying up to the Muslim community. It
is disturbing to say the very least. You'll find the article at: http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/297322/chris-christie-s-islam-problem-daniel-pipes
Probably the most important thing to remember about Chris Christie is this ... he is a republican elected in a solid, I mean SOLID,
democrat state. Conservatives simply do not get elected to the post of
governor in New Jersey. But a RINO (Republican In Name Only) obviously
can be -- and has been.
J. D. Longstreet