Governor Chris Christie’s Keynote Address

It’s better the second time.

Posted: August 29th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: 2012 Presidential Politics, Chris Christie, Republcan National Convention 2012 | Tags: , , | 7 Comments »

7 Comments on “Governor Chris Christie’s Keynote Address”

  1. Typical Leftist Media said at 9:24 am on August 29th, 2012:

    Dividing By Classes, Creating Class Warfare Just As The Dear Leader Does…


    And NBC Only Post The Speeches Of White People..


  2. Gene Baldassari said at 9:28 am on August 29th, 2012:

    Some miscellaneous thoughts:

    There would be no way to know that this was a “keynote” address unless we were told that it was a “keynote”. It was just one of many other speeches that could have also been tagged as “keynote” but had no other distinguishing factor.

    NJ was on the map at the RNC yesterday:

    NJ gave the keynote address.

    NJ put Romney over the top.

    Winner take-all Jersey did not give-all to Romney – four delegates voted for a different candidate. This proves that some of the “rules” are misguided. You can’t “bind” a delegate. Otherwise he is not a delegate with the ability to represent best interests and negotiate the best possible deal . Binding means to vote for a guy who has dropped out (if that happens). NJ needs to remove that un-republican, un-American, pro-democratic (mob rule) and probably illegal rule.

  3. Conventioneer said at 10:53 am on August 29th, 2012:

    sat on a very late return bus in front of two young Paul supporters, who parsed every minutiae of every rule, platform plank, in the contexts of the Old and New testaments, grousing and debating, at 1 am, and never took a breath: well, in cards, ya got to know when to fold ’em, and believe me, it is down to this: either you want this country to become the next 3rd world, socialistic and dumbed-down, bankrupt nation of takers not makers, or you still want to change course and try to begin to fix things.. the time for squabbling over points that mean nothing to the majority of Americans’ lives is done: he ain’t my first choice, we can debate party heirarchies and methods another year, if we still exist.. suck it up, now, and support Romney/Ryan like your life and future depend on it: this time, it honestly and especially DOES!

  4. brian said at 3:13 pm on August 29th, 2012:

    Next week the Dim’s keynote to explain the war on women is the accused rapist/admitted philanderer Slick Willie.
    Will Mrs Clinton wear a Blue Dress?? Will Monica, Kathleen, Jennifer, Paula and Mary-Jo be in attendance????
    Will they kill a few babies as a prelude???

  5. Pilgrim said at 4:49 pm on August 29th, 2012:

    The Christie’s speech isn’t like a fine wine that gets better with age — its more like Ripple, at best Boone’s Farm; nor, is there any substance to be found the more it gets replayed — same lyrics same music that will never make gold or platinum. At his core Christie is still a lobbyist who is lobbying for himself while pretending to be lobbying for his party’s presidential candidate; and, those watching and carefully listening got that as his primary message.

    He also did a great job of contradicting Ms. Romney when he took the position that respect was more important than love. Christie is so self-absorbed that he doesn’t get that respect is an inherent essential element of love and that compassion — empathically connected to another’s suffering — is at the core of love. Leaders are compassionate; great leaders do somethings about others’ suffering and are respected for their caring and action.

    I can understand wanting to be respected over being liked; I cannot grasp valuing respect over love. Maybe Govenor Christie isn’t the leader that he thinks he is?

  6. Go figure said at 2:05 pm on September 1st, 2012:

    Christie used the word “I” 37 times, the word “Romney” 7 times and the word “jobs” only once. Why am I not surprised?

  7. Conventioneer said at 2:26 pm on September 2nd, 2012:

    be that as it may, it gave us a positive image for once, instead of smokestacks, turnpike jokes, and “Jersey Shore” embarassing antics.. he was mobbed everywhere he went, was in great demand at various other states’ delegation breakfasts.. met a group from Arkansas who were thrilled when I gave them a NJ button thay says :”Chris Christie- America’s Governor”- they appreciate the plain talk and quips..let’s take the warm fuzzies and leave it at that- next year is time enough to carp about his merits and whether he need to be re-elected.. we got a country to save THIS year!