August 26, 2010
Ladies and Germs, Meet the Next President of the United States...
...Unless the 2012 Republican presidential primary turns into a brawl between this guy and David Petraeus, in which case all bets are off:
In terms of ability to communicate, Gov. Christopher J. Christie of New Jersey is George W. Bush's antiparticle.
This is what we need: a strong conservative with a capitalist ideology, tons of street smarts, and the missing link from the previous president -- the ability to talk directly to the American people, explain what he's doing and why, and persuade them to follow the cause.
If Christie wins the primary and gets set to run against Barack H. Obama in the general election, I believe the Obamacle will abruptly realize that the presidency is too small a job for a demigod like him; he will exit the race in order to become the first post-American, "citoyen du monde" elected Secretary General of the United Nations.
Then Christie will crush L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa (and not just by sitting on him) to become the 45th President of the United States.
Hatched by Dafydd on this day, August 26, 2010, at the time of 7:49 PM
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The following hissed in response by: BlueNight
There are three categories of economic activities: production, distribution, and marketing. Generally, people who are good at one aren't as good at the others.
Democrats are great at marketing their message; they've enshrined it as required curriculum in public schools. However, their production (the upkeep and adaption of civilization) is tremendously poor. Republicans are generally good at production, but stink at marketing. Libertarians want political power and personal capital to be put back into the hands of the people (distribution), but can't get their message out or get elected.
Bush was decent at production. Ronald Reagan was really good at all three; so is Christie.
The following hissed in response by: Diffus
There are very few people in the GOP about whom I find it easy to get very excited? Romney? See Massachusetts health care. Palin? Too badly daamaged to be an effective candidate; if you think the mSM savaged Bush, wait'll you see what it does to a President Palin. Pawlenty, Daniels? My sense is that they're more of the same.
As for Christie, I have but one question: Where can I send some money?
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