Both George W Bush and Barbara Bush called Gov. Chris Christie and asked him to run for president and some say that even Karl Rove sent him a message of love. OK case closed. That right there should tell anyone with a brain that Christie is as far from being conservative as the entire Bush clan is. Well, I suppose they are a little more conservative than Obama, but is that saying a lot?
OK so if that wasn’t enough to convince you that Christie is not even close to being miles away from conservative, then read on. You’ll see that not only is he as liberal as a republican can be, but also is the worst kind of politician; like Obama, Christie will relieve himself on your leg and tell you there’s a dark cloud hovering over you.
On the Keystone issues that conservatives care about Chris Christie is an utter failure.
On Immigration, Obamcare, The Second Amendment, Taxes, The Ground Zero Mosque, Anti Christianity, Homosexuality, Abortion and more, Chris Christie’s policies are far, far left of center
Christie and Obamacare
Why would Christie oppose Obamacare? NJ already has it’s own version called FAMILYCARE
The Attorney Generals of 14 states – Florida, Virginia, Arizona, Indiana, Mississippi, Nevada, North Dakota, Alabama, Colorado, Idaho, Louisiana, Michigan, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington, Georgia, and Alaska – joined together to stop dictatorial Obamacare, but NOT CHRIS CHRISTIE! First, he mentioned some cockamamie excuse that he is too busy. “I have enough to do up here. I have to examine how this health care legislation affects the health care system in the state of New Jersey and whether or not it’s in our state’s best interests, and then I’ll decide whether we need to take any legal steps to try to protect the interests of the people of the state.”
He also mumbled something about “I want to make sure I get fully informed by my attorney general and by my commissioner of health, which I’ve asked for them to give me advice. When they do, then I’ll consider whether or not we need to take any legal action.”
Reality is that Chris Christie has no intention to ever oppose Obamacare because he is counting on the Obamacare money to balance the state budget.
The first installment of the Obamacare funding alone will give Christie $141 billion to balance his budget. And why does he need the $141 billion from Obamacare? Well because Christie already pissed away $111 Billion on New Jersey’s own verion of Obamacare called Familycare. And the remaining $38 billion? Well, all that gun control enforcement costs a lot of money.
Christie Vs. The Second Amendment
Chris Christie supports the assault weapons ban and all current gun laws. He opposes attempts to permit conceal and carry laws in New Jersey – hardly the NRA position.
Worse than that, he now supports Governor Jon Corzine ‘s law limiting handgun purchases to one per month.
During his campaign, Christie claimed that he was against the measure but “just one day after being sworn in, the newly appointed state Attorney General [Paula Dow] took the most aggressive legal posture available to defend former Governor Corzine’s one-gun-a-month handgun rationing law, moving to dismiss ANJRPC’s lawsuit to overturn the law, and later vigorously opposing ANJRPC’s motion for a preliminary injunction in the case. The U.S. District Court could hear arguments on these motions as soon as April.”
Her boss, Christie, immediately flipped on his opposition to gun control and this is the interview he had with Sean Hannity.
Christie: We have a densely populated state and there’s a big handgun problem in New Jersey. Now, I don’t support all the things that the governor supports, by a long stretch. But on certain gun control issues, looking at it from a law enforcement perspective, seeing how many police officers were killed — we have an illegal gun problem in New Jersey.
Hannity: Should every citizen in your state be allowed to get a licensed weapon if they want one?
Christie: In New Jersey, that’s not going to happen, Sean.
Sure Governor, Crips and Bloods and MS13 gangsters will immediately obey your rule to not purchase more than one gun per month.
Christie, State Funded Abortion
To hear Christie tell it, he ended public funding for abortions. Nothing Doing! While Christie did cut $7.5 million dollars of state funding for Planned Parenthood, the governor’s office did confirm that state funded abortions will continue!
In fact, the governor’s deputy press secretary Kevin Roberts practically apologized to Planned Parenthood saying that the cuts were just a matter of lack of funding and not disagreement on ideology - “[f]rom the beginning when we had to veto the $7.5 million funding restoration, it was purely on fiscal grounds. We just don’t have the money.” And when you consider that Chris Christie himself donated personal funds to Planned Parenthood you can certainly believe that there was no ideological disagreement with publically funded abortions.
Further Chris Christie’s spokesman added that “Women’s reproductive services, including abortions, will continue to be funded by a mix of state and federal funding.”
Christie, Amnesty for Illegal Aliens
Don’t even ask Chris Christie about illegal aliens – he claims that no such thing even exits, here is Christie
“Being in this country without proper documentation is not a crime,” Christie told more than 60 residents and town officials. “The whole phrase of ‘illegal immigrant’ connotes that the person, by just being here, is committing a crime.”
“Don’t let people make you believe that that’s a crime that the U.S. Attorney’s Office should be doing something about,” he added of entering the country illegally. “It is not.”
With that in mind, should you be surprised that during his tenure as the United States Attorney for the District of New Jersey, from 2001 to 2007 he prosecuted only 13 cases of illegal immigration? During that time, Christie had a staff of over 150 attorneys on hand and only managed to prosecute 13 cases. By comparison the U.S. attorney in Kansas prosecuted 597 illegal immigration cases in Kansas from 2002 to 2007.
This is not just a political issue, but considering how many criminals that are in the country illegally who have made New Jersey their base of operations, among them the 9/11 terrorists, Chris Christie should be jailed for negligent dereliction of duty and endangering the welfare of the people of NJ and America.
New Jersey is not a Sanctuary State. However, quite a few New Jersey cities are sanctuary cities, including, most notably, the capital and Chris Christie’s own seat of power, Trenton, NJ.
Christie Joins Anti-Christian Pro-Homosexual Law Suit
When asked in an interview if “Homosexuality is a sin” Christie responded
Peirs Morgan – Is homosexuality a sin
Christie – Well my religion says it’s a sin…but for me… I’ve always believed that people ahhh emmm are born with the predisposition to be homosexuals so I think that if someone is born that way it’s very difficult to say that’s a sin, but I understand that my Church says that, but for me personally I don’t look upon someone’s homosexual as a sinner”
Are you surprised then that Christie, while lamenting that he has no time to join a law suit to fight Obamacare – the single biggest liberty depriving legislature of the modern era – Chris Christie found plenty of time to direct his Attorney-General Paula Dow to join the attorneys-general of Massachusetts, Vermont and Maryland in the law suit of Christian Legal Society v. Martinez. In this suit, the University of California sought to punish Christian student groups for having “religious standards for leadership and voting membership” charging that such standards constitute “discrimination” on the basis of religion and “sexual orientation”.
I kid you not. That is the law suit against a Christian group that Governor Chris Christie thought fit to join, but not the anti Obama care suit.
How can we possibly trust anyone who gets down on his knees every Sunday to pray for something in which he doesn’t believe?
Christie, Ground Zero Mosque
It simply isn’t possible to distinguish the nonsensical blabbering from Chris Christie on the Ground Zero Mosque from the nonsensical blabbering spewed by Barrack Husein Obama, except that Christie said that his own blabbering is in direct opposition to that of Obama, though no one is excalty sure how that is so. Here is Christie:
“Given my last position, that I was the first U.S. attorney post-9/11 in New Jersey, I understand acutely the pain and sorrow and upset of the family members who lost loved ones that day at the hands of radical Muslim extremists,” Christie said. “And their sensitivities and concerns have to be taken into account. Just because it’s nearly nine years later, those sensitivities cannot and should not be ignored.
“On the other hand, we cannot paint all of Islam with that brush. We have to bring people together. And what offends me the most about all this, is that it’s being used as a political football by both parties. And what disturbs me about the president’s remarks is that he is now using it as a political football as well. I think the president of the United States should rise above that. And should not be using this as a political football, and I don’t believe that it would be responsible of me to get involved and comment on this any further because it just put me in the same political arena as all of them.”