President Clinton and Governor Christie at CGI

This video is a must see for leaders of communities impacted by Sandy and other natural disasters.

Posted: June 14th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: 2013 Gubernatorial Politics, 2016 Presidential Politics, Hurricane Irene, Hurricane Sandy, Superstorm Sandy | Tags: , , , , , , | 2 Comments »

2 Comments on “President Clinton and Governor Christie at CGI”

  1. Bob English said at 8:13 am on June 16th, 2013:

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  2. Laurel and Hardy? said at 12:18 pm on June 18th, 2013:

    Amazing, Clinton and Christie singing cumbaya(sp?)!

    Are these the leaders who will so willingly hand over our sovereignty to the United Nations without even batting an eye? Clinton’s global initiative is little more than a complete and total sellout to the petty dictators of the UN, why? All for the sake of a new world order where there will be on government, one economy and one religion (Mikail Gorbechev). This is where freedom will be replaced by coercion which will reign supreme. No longer will we have a say or any control over our own destinies (if you don’t believe me, check out the 5 UN treaties already under consideration by the Senate).

    Make no mistake about it, we are in trouble and these two are part of the problem and not the solution.

    We have been steadily slithering to the end of our sovereignty and have not even realized it. This sovereignty that our nation has known since the Declaration of Independence. Clinton fully understands empirically what he is doing (why wouldn’t he? he is a Rhodes scholar you know) and for that reason, he is fully committed to turning over control to the Oligarchs of the UN. Who knows, perhaps he will be made the Secretary General of a now more powerful, tyrannical and corrupt UN entity than it already is.

    Christie on the other hand has been suckered into supporting Clinton’s initiative (just like his sucking up to Obama), why? Because he is drunk with the national attention that he is receiving by (of all things) the mainstream media. Unfortunately for him, if he is successful on the national stage and becomes the “darling” of the Republican party, he will end up being cast aside just like McCain, Dole and the rest of the “moderates” the party has run in the past. All for the wrong reasons unfortunately! Karl Rove, you are a genius! What can he (Christie) be thinking? I get it, he likes hob knobbing with the “cool, rich, liberal and famous”. He is also quite content to sell out his own supposedly “Conservative” principles by latching on to Clinton’s coat tails. But he should know being a “pro” that this path will not get him where he thinks he wants or deserves to be.

    Where is the intellect? Where is the commitment to principles, our freedoms and our sovereignty? Have we so few statesmen and women left willing to steadfastly look out for America’s and our best interests rather than their own baldfaced political ambitions?

    On a lighter note, perhaps Christie will ask Obama or Clinton to be his running mate in 2016. Wouldn’t that be asurprise?!!