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  1. Billy  •  Nov 20, 2013 at 3:40 pm

    One thing I like about Governor Christie is that he is clear, to the point, and reasonable. I keep thinking, “Here comes the spin” and then I’m pleasantly surprised by the common sense in what he says. I wish many more Republican leaders had the same ability.

  2. jvermeer  •  Nov 20, 2013 at 5:07 pm

    Shouldn’t the first question be “what works” or “what is true”, not “does this sound the same as something else”?

  3. John from Jonesboro, GA  •  Nov 20, 2013 at 6:46 pm

    We can say for certain that Christie knows his audience.

    But did he know it a year ago when he embraced the President days before the election?

    • jguy  •  Nov 21, 2013 at 7:43 am

      Yes. They were both reelected…so obviously he knew the majority of his
      audience as did the President. One could argue that numbers lie and
      Governor Romney knew his audience but such would be ridiculous….would it not?

  4. Greg Hahn  •  Nov 21, 2013 at 2:15 am

    First, Christie’s speech at the convention was stinko and selfish.
    Then, his over the top praise of Obama (with pics) just days before the election was absurd and unforgivable. He wanted to help his state I realize, but he sabotaged the people in his state with a horrible president. One that will not improve unemployment, will ruin healthcare, will allow Iran to build a bomb, etc, etc. Christie did his state and his country a grand disservice.
    We needed desperately to rid ourselves of this president. Christie did not care, instead he focused on himself and his career.
    You can be fooled again, but I will not.

  5. greg mchugh  •  Nov 21, 2013 at 9:47 pm

    Blowing smoke again,people don’t want answers they want solutions,of course of you knew the people you would know that

  6. mark  •  Nov 22, 2013 at 9:41 am

    its more than people tired of hearing the same answers, people are tired of the same results. Politicians promise and fail. The private sector promises and produces. One politician that can stand up in front of all people and convey that message will win over the country. 30% of this country votes Democrat no matter what, 30% votes republican no matter what. Its the 40% in the middle that make the difference.

  7. MARGARET  •  Dec 2, 2013 at 11:34 pm

    Mark…I’m from Chi Town. Our transit system hired a PRIVATE firm to do new fare card system…TOTAL FAILURE….

    • Scott  •  Dec 4, 2013 at 4:42 pm

      I am from the suburbs of Chicago. The questions that need answering on the Ventra contract are: 1) did the award go to the lowest bidder, 2) was there a back-room deal (or rebate) that resulted in the award, and 3) what was the original bid versus the final cost?

      Government contracts are typically awarded based on silly criteria that have nothing whatsoever to do with the vendor’s ability to actually deliver what is being requested. Instead, they are awarded on the basis of price (realistic or not), relationship (i.e., political connections), the amount of union labor to be involved, minority set-asides, etc.

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