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Christie Endorses Trump for President

Really strong endorsement too, and Christie slammed Rubio for lack of experience.

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Trump: "I supported McCain, and he lost. I supported Mitt Romney, and he lost. I said "this time I'll have to go and do it myself". "

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RE:this time I'll have to go and do it myself".

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The Donald will have to go and do what himself?....lose?

He got a "really strong endorsement" from a "quitter/loser"?

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Jeb Bush got the endorsement from Romney

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and both lost......

HC had the most delegates from the Dem supporters and politicians in 2008 and they all left her for BO....and she lost.

Your point?

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RE:Jeb Bush got the endorsement from Romney and both lost...

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YOUR point?

Romney is a LOSER? Romney can't pick a winner? Neither can The Donald?

Neither can Trump

Trump endorses Romney Celebrity business magnate Donald Trump endorsed Mitt Romney for president

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More obvious babble from you.....

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You have no point to make..........ok

Plenty of politicians who run for office on both sides lose, but end up endorsing somebody else. That's how things usually work here.....HC and Joe Biden both ran against BO in 2008, both lost, and both endorsed BO.

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RE:More obvious babble from you.....

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When I respond to your posts about "endorsements", with "endorsements", it's "babble"?

Kelly McParland: I watched the Republican debate, and wanted to cry

I refer to it as a “debate” only because that’s the way it was advertised. In reality, there was little, if any, real debating going on. The two fringe candidates, John Kasich and Ben Carson, stood silently on the perimeter for lengthy stretches while Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump attacked one another like children in a playground contest, rife with insults, sneers and childish taunts. It was a surprise Trump didn’t bend over and make fart sounds.

You can sympathize with Cruz and Rubio. Whatever their flaws, they would likely greatly prefer to be discussing the policies and strategies they would employ as president, given the chance. Unfortunately it is all but impossible to do so with Trump in the room. He has nothing intelligent to say, has no real solutions to any major issues and doesn’t even try to answer questions with pertinent responses. He contradicts himself constantly, bloviates wildly and tosses out blatant inanities with unfettered abandon. Anyone who disagrees with him is a moron, a loser, a liar or a choke artist


Republican Debates...better than the WWE.

Comics on the Comedy Channel must be hoping and praying The Donald wins.

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Where were her tears

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when for weeks and endless debates, Trump WASN'T the target and Cruz, Rubio, and Christie were all going at each other? This is the first debate where two candidates basically were desperately trying to get positioned for second place before Super Tuesday.....and rather than battle each other and each other's policies, they decided to take on Trump. Too little, too late, I think.

I distinctly recall HC and BO having quite a few heated battles and HC's canned 'outrage' for 'dirty tactics' that BO was doing (of course, her hubby didn't hesitate to accuse BO of using 'race' against HC/BC). Was Kelly in tears then?

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RE: Too little, too late, I think.

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Are you also saying

Too little, too late, YOU hope?

Have you decided who you want to represent the Republican party yet...your choices are dwindling?

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RE:Where were her tears

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BTW...Kelly McParland is not a female.

Megyn Kelly? CNN?

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keep saying that, but....

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....start practice saying, "President Trump".

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RE:start practice saying, "President Trump".

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So, he's got your vote?

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I haven't voted

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but it's looking like he will win nomination to Republicans and I think very unlikely any Democrat will beat any Republican nominee.

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Trump, the deal maker

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Could this be one of them?

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Looking like it

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we'll know later. Probably some relief for Christie's state of NJ.

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(NT) He's already spending taxpayers money?

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Christie was a Federal Prosecutor....

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I can see him as AG........Carson as Surgeon General......Kasich as VP pick.

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I can also see Guilanni as AG

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If nothing else, Christie will, as head of the Governors' Association, could pull more Rep Govs to the table (even possibly a few Dem Govs) and it's already begun this morning.

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Trump may have alienated too many already

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that he faced during the (what were called) debates. Of course that would depend on how many took them seriously. Trump claimed to be a nice guy with many friends. He surely doesn't display that side of himself. To me, his appeal is an enigma.

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(NT) It's the "rascal" appeal

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Rascals provide entertainment

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but, at some point, we must head back home to reality. Just when I thought it couldn't continue to get worse, it did.

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(NT) worse than Obama?

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I'm, of course, talking about the pre-election show

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Obama wasn't a "rascal" though he was a successful manipulator through crafty wordsmanship. The "highly educated" got it but the "poorly educated" fell for it and elected him. Obama's style didn't change. We don't know if Trump would continue with his brash and insulting one. I'd hope not.

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