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Should Chris Christie run for President?

  1. eculligan profile image73
    eculliganposted 7 years ago

    Should Chris Christie run for President?

    The United States is 14 Trillion dollars in debt and it keeps growing.  He is the only Politician that understands you can't keep borrowing money to pay State and Local budgets year after year.  The prediction for job loss will be much worse next year then ever before.  State and Local Governments won't be able to borrow to fill there wasteful spending to maintain jobs.  I think America needs a good Conservative to run for President.

  2. profile image0
    Longhunterposted 7 years ago

    Yes, I think he should but I'm not sure the Liberals and Socialist in this country could handle such a straight-talking person as president. The Democrats don't like the truth because they don't understand it. It's completely counter to the way they believe.

    He would probably tell Pelosi and Reid where to get off which I personally would love to see. For that reason alone, I would vote for him but, on a serious note, I think he is exactly what we need in this country.

  3. justom profile image68
    justomposted 7 years ago

    C'mon man, been there done that, still didn't work. There's no such thing as a good conservative it's an oxymoron. What america needs is to kick out all of the career politicians and start over!

  4. Scott_Grigg profile image41
    Scott_Griggposted 7 years ago

    Yes. He is a no nonsense, no b.s. guy. I had to laugh when 60 Minutes showed him in front of a group of teachers, basically telling them that the government can not afford to continue to fund their pensions. One teacher asked what she was supposed to do and Christie's reply was classic honestly, basically no one is holding a gun to your head. You don't like it, do something else.

    The guy gives an honest answer and seems to be the only politician who understands money out needs to be less than money in.

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