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As her sons beamed with pride with their wives at their sides, the future First Lady addressed the delegates at the Republican National Convention last night. She spoke of the man she has shared her life with, through the ups and downs. She spoke of Mitt Romney’s resolve, his commitment to success, the way he has impacted the lives of his fellow man.
Mrs. Romney was followed by Gov. Chris Christie, who spoke with his convictions, challenging the electorate that we need “Leadership” in Washington.
When the night was done, we flipped to MSNBC, and we knew they had hit the right tone, made the right impression. Why? Because Rachel Maddow, Laurence O’Donnell, Chris Matthews, and Ed Schultz HATED everything they heard. They were in an uproar over what was said, and was not said. It was simply amazing.
During an appearance on Morning Joe, Tuesday, Newsweek editor Tina Brown made an off-hand remark about Barack Obama, conceding that the politician “wasn’t ready” to be President. Brown has previously attacked Rush Limbaugh and other conservatives for daring to oppose the Obama
While discussing whether New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will change his mind and run for President, the former New Yorker editor blurted, “Actually, I just hope he doesn’t, because in the end, you know, his tremendous misgivings, maybe he is right. I mean, We had this with Obama. He wasn’t ready, it turns out, really.”
See video and article at: http://m.newsbusters.org/blogs/scott-whitlock/2011/09/27/tina-brown-obama-wasnt-ready-be-president
It was a close race, especially with a third party candidate in the race. But in the end, even with all of the Barack Obama whistle stops ( I said he should have gone to visit the troops in Afghanistan instead), Gov. Jon Corzine could not muster enough to defeat his opponent, former federal prosecutor Chris Christie.
With about 80% of the votes in, Christie is ahead 49%-44%.
The economy and jobs are the key factors that supported the ousting of an incumbent Democratic Governor in a traditional Blue state.