Krispy Kreme Christie Shoots NRA in the Back
You wouldn’t let rattlesnakes into your house; why allow venous snakes like Chris Christie in your party? The latest outrage from the pork-scarfing RINO who repaid his precious keynote slot at the Republican National Convention by doing more than any other person to get Obama reelected:
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, thought to be eyeing a 2016 run for the Republican presidential nomination, blasted an NRA ad that mentions President Barack Obama’s daughters as “reprehensible” and warned it “demeans” the powerful gun-rights group.
Bellowed the blowhard:
“It’s awful to bring public figures’ children into the political debate. They don’t deserve to be there.”
Despite Christie’s cloying sanctimony, the NRA ad does not bring the president’s children into anything, as you can see for yourself. The ad simply mentions that Obama has armed protection for his kids but doesn’t want you to have armed protection for yours. This has nothing whatsoever to do with Malia and Sasha as individuals.
Given the opportunity, liberals like Christie and the still more odious Colin Powell will destroy the GOP from within. Republicans need to learn a lesson from Democrats, who do not allow enemies behind their own lines. If the GOP sells out completely by nominating this moonbat in 2016, it is officially finished as a vehicle for conservative politics, and will quickly disintegrate.
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