November 1, 2012, - 10:53 am

Strange Love Affair: Chris Chrispie Creme & Barack Obama, er . . . Abbott & Costello

By Debbie Schlussel

When you look at the strange new love affair between calorically-gifted (or is that, “differently-digestive”?) New Jersey Blob-in-Chief Governor Chris Christie a/k/a Chris Chrispie Creme and Barack Hussein Obama, you can only come to one conclusion: Obama left a donut trail for the HAMAS-lovin’ Republican from Joisey. Or you can come to another: Christie wants to run for President in 2016 and he thinks if he can get Romney out of the way now, it’s all the better. He and his fatness might not last until 2020, given the various obesity-related health problems he’s had.

This can be the only explanation. It’s one thing to repeatedly call Obama incompetent–as Christie has, and then try to appear statesmanlike when the President inserts himself into a disaster that’s hit your state. But Christie’s gushing has gone way overboard. He sounds like a 13-year-old female Justin Bieber groupie in his adulation of Obama. And it sounds like he’s starting his Morbid Obesity World Tour Presidential Candidacy for 2016. Clearly, what he’s doing is throwing Mitt Romney under the bus . . . or, rather, the Krispy Kreme delivery truck.

I feel filthy and in need of a shower just looking at the photos of the two of them together, hugging and holding hands in a creepy, chubby-chaser kinda way. Obama’s clearly a chubby chaser & Chris Chrispie Creme is an Obama chaser. I think I just threw up in my mouth a little. They make the most charming bi-racial gay couple since Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar. Methinks Jack Spratt is jealous of Obama. I can’t decide which of these they resemble more: Abbott and Costello or Laurel and Hardy. Or maybe just the Keystone Kops Meet Water.

Why do you think Chris Chrispie Creme is falling all over himself (and his supersized box of Twinkies) to heap accolades on Barack Obama? Here’s some appropriate theme music to help you think about it . . .

Barack Hussein Obama could eat no fat. Chris Chrispie Creme could eat no lean. And so, betwixt them both, you see, they licked the platter clean.

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64 Responses

Laurel and Hardy! I agree with Mark Levin!

Romney/ Ryan 2012.

A.Men on November 1, 2012 at 11:21 am

When disastors strike, our leaders should put aside partisanship, I think Christy tried to do that but got suckered by Obama’s charm. I use to like Christy until I found out about his sharia loving judge.

John on November 1, 2012 at 11:21 am

    John, I lived about half my life in NJ, leaving as an adult in 1982. Christie comes from a middle class, immigrant background. You can see on his face that he’s in awe of talking with the President. This is not a sophisticated man. And let’s be realistic. FEMA is a Federal Agency and that’s the face of politics. Did Romney show his ugly mug and offer to use whatever influence he has RIGHT NOW to insure people get fed and don’t die? I don’t care why Obama showed up. If people draw encouragement and if things actually move a little faster because of it, that’s all to the good.

    Italkit on November 1, 2012 at 11:40 am

      I meant in awe of the President as in POTUS not Obama personally.

      Italkit on November 1, 2012 at 11:41 am

    John, I do not think that any suckering went on. Mr.Christie is betting that Mr. Romney is toast. As Debbie and a few others have noted, Governor Christie is really just a RINO. Aside from his tough stance against public employee unions, he could easily pass for a moderate Democrat. He approves of gay marriage, immigration reform(amnesty), etc. Back in the 60’s and 70’s, he would have been referred to as a Rockefeller Republican. Republicans of that sort may say the right things until they find a better opportunity. I will go further than Debbie by saying that it is likely that Governor Christie will leave the Republican Party if Mitt Romney is not elected on November 6th. He would probably be bright enough not to jump into the Democratic Party right away. Christie will probably examine his options quietly in the weeks and months ahead.

    Worry01 on November 1, 2012 at 1:33 pm

      I wouldn’t be surprised.

      Not Ovenready on November 1, 2012 at 5:28 pm

      Chris Crispiecreme will have one option after the election – no matter who wins. The office he could run for would be the nearest Weight Watcher’s meeting place. Christie is a typical phony politician. Walk loudly and carry a twig. I think he and O’Reilly are twins separated at birth – both are blowhards. I am convinced that O’Reilly is a closet democrat and Christie is, well, just a closet. Christie has folded like a cheap suit. Beware, New Jersey…….you will get another Corzine type democrat as governor next election. Christie is not toast, he is a deflated souffle – all air and no substance.

      herbster on November 2, 2012 at 7:20 am

Mutt n’ Jeff?

Seek on November 1, 2012 at 11:28 am

    Or the “off” brothers….jag and f**k?

    IceNoMore on November 1, 2012 at 1:55 pm

People who have been affluent are dumpster diving for food in NY/NJ and this is all you can say about the situation? There’s no money, no gasoline for generators, no power. Bellvue [sp] hospital had to evac 500 patients because they lost their BACKUP GENERATORS. 66 people died in the Caribbean from this storm but already 74 have died in NY/NJ and there will be more.
Romney didn’t even bother to pretend to care. He’s out kissing babies in “swing” states which weren’t affected and not saying even a prayer or word of consolation to those in need. It is very difficult to hoard food in a NY apartment and it doesn’t do you a lot of good if your home is swept away or burned to the ground anyway. However, it is a Mormon precept to keep several years worth of food on hand for emergencies. The church is worth billions. Where are they?
I’m not talking about the 47% going hungry and being destitute. Manhattan south of 40th St. contains some of the most affluent neighborhoods in the Country. These are the people who are going hungry and eating garbage along with the EBT/WIC customers.

Italkit on November 1, 2012 at 11:30 am

    Never heard the parable about the ant and the grasshopper, eh, Ital?

    DS_ROCKS! on November 1, 2012 at 2:44 pm

    Why is the “affluent” dumpster-diving seem to be more upsetting or noteworthy to you than the middle-class or poor dumpster-diving?

    Also, “However, it is a Mormon precept to keep several years worth of food on hand for emergencies. The church is worth billions. Where are they?”

    I dunno. Where are the rich muslims with their oil money? Why aren’t they helping the affluent dumpster-divers?

    DS_ROCKS! on November 1, 2012 at 2:47 pm

      It’s not DSR. You totally mistook my meaning. The ant and grasshopper is the perfect comparison but this time the ants got overwhelmed despite their industriousness. It’s not more upsetting to me. I’ve gone hungry. I know how bad it feels and how debilitating it is but my point was for all the conservatives who really believe that working hard and having assets, including stored food, will save them in a disaster. The point is, it won’t. You have to rely on G-d and however He chooses to provide. All the gold, silver and provision you can have set aside can be wiped out in an instant. I made the point that these were the affluent to preempt any talk of parasites who take from the system.

      Italkit on November 2, 2012 at 2:18 am

      DSR, you totally mistook my meaning and anyway, if Muslims were stepping in, y’all’d be screaming that they’re doing it to take over. That’s besides the point. I mentioned the affluent to ward off comments about the “parasites” who are on various forms of public assistance not being willing to work. This time the ants got squished by an act of G-d and that’s the point. All the gold, silver and stored food isn’t going to save you if He doesn’t want you saved. I also brought it up because I knew some insensitive idiot would mention “industriousness.” These people have jobs THEY CAN’T GET TO, or aren’t open for business. They can’t get to their banked money, buy food or even have gas to get out and look for other opportunities. They aren’t earning any money right now and may not have jobs by the time the subways are running and they have enough to eat to be able to work. If you’ve never been really hungry, I mean really, you can’t imagine how disabling it is physically. What we’re seeing is just the beginning.

      Italkit on November 2, 2012 at 2:26 am

    Follow the monry. That’s what’s at stake kere. He has to kiss a**. I’m not saying he’s not enjoying the kissing, just that he HAS to for the bucks. Jersey is going to need a lot of greenbacks to rebuild, whoever the president. As far as Romney, while Obama was making speeches and photo-oping in NJ, Romney was helping collect food and asking for donations of all kinds for the victims of Sandy’s wrath. You probably don’t know all he’s done. Just as an aside, in a non-election year, Obama never visited my devasteted neighborhood in Orange County, NY after Irene last year. Wonder why?

    JeffT on November 1, 2012 at 2:55 pm

I watched the convention and got fired up with Christie. Saw his Campaigning with romney ,he is a good speaker, But… His head must be up his Ass! he didn’t need to suck up to Obama. The money was coming no matter what. Fat disgusting piece of crap.
Only thing I can think of right now is SUCK ASS.

Stoopid Billie on November 1, 2012 at 11:32 am

These two clowns remind me of Mermaidman and Barnacleboy from Spongebob Squarepants. Or Patrick Star and Spongebob for those not to familiar with the cartoon.

Ken b on November 1, 2012 at 12:01 pm

I am reminded of the ageless truism “Politics makes for strange bedfellows”

Jack on November 1, 2012 at 12:17 pm

Neither man can turn your electric on.

burt on November 1, 2012 at 12:25 pm

LOLOL. I love The Captain & Tennille! “Muskrat Love” also comes to mind (that’s prolly my least fav song of theirs but I still kinda like it for nostalgia purposes).

I am wondering if Chris Christie is canny enough to think of 2016 prospects? I am willing to listen to people’s theories because I kinda doubt it. What I do know is that he’s a bombastic gas-bag and many Conservatives are now seeing the bombast they love from CC can also be propelled at Conservatives. One of the first reasons I have never liked this creepy fraud.

Typically, you have the so-called Conservative lemmings on twitter being chagrinned about Conservatives calling out CC on his Obama-Putin bromance. Of course those so-calleds have ZERO knowledge of his Hamas pandering.

If you believed that Romney not clubbing Obama-Putin on Libya in the last debate (now those same peeps are feverishly trying to get the MSM to report on the TRUTH) was BRILLIANT than you prolly are a Obama-Putin/Chris Christie “Jersey Shore Bromance” apologist.

I think it’s just typical GOP loser crap of the GOP being Charlie Brown with the football and the Donks being a sinister and canny Lucy van Pelt.

NO ONE can steal defeat from the jaws of victory like the GOP. No one. I am sick of watching it happen!

Skunky on November 1, 2012 at 12:40 pm

What do you want the GOP governor of NJ to say – I don’t want your assistance?

As for the prospects of Christie becoming President, the last chubby President we had was Howard Taft.

I don’t think that’s very likely! If Mitt Happens wins next week as is likely, Christie and other GOP contenders will have to wait until 2020. And then a Democrat is likely to be elected as Americans usually tire of the same party Administration after its been 8 years in office.

One of the reasons Obama is losing beside the economy, is due to the Even 8 Number Rule Curse: every President elected in an even numbered presidential year ending in 8 for the past 150 years has been defeated for re-election. If Obama breaks this historical rule, it will be a first.

NormanF on November 1, 2012 at 12:45 pm

    Norman, I can’t seem to get passed the fact that a state should get federal assistance IF it is so needed. And I think all honest peeps would say YES NJ need it.

    Don’t know since when it’s been a Gov has to kiss the POTUS’ ass to get assistance. I don’t think that is a valid (or Constitutional) variable. But it is already understood that Obama-Putin does play favourites and that he absolutely hates AZ and TX. But then O-P has done what he wants when he wants these last 4 years.

    And I think peeps (at least I can speak for me) are annoyed because CC and his bombast always says dopey things that do not have to be said because he is an OOC showboater. It just shows that Ann Coulter is wrong and CC is not a true Conservative or a Conservative hero!

    Skunky on November 1, 2012 at 1:16 pm


      He was showing the Prez hospitality. People may read too much into it.

      Anyway, I do agree Christie is no conservative. Then again in the Northeast, Republicans tend to be socially liberal and fiscally conservative.

      They are RINOs for a reason, they are only kind of Republicans who can win there. Which is why Mitt Happens, love him or hate him, looks set to pick off New Hampshire and possibly Pennsylvania.

      Since you mentioned Ann Coulter, I think we all know what her cheerleading on behalf of these liberal Republicans means. And since every one in the GOP loathes Obama, they’d be happy to see the Left and the MSM get its comeuppance even if Romney wasn’t who they wanted in the first place.

      I’m under no illusion that Mitt Happens and Christie are conservatives.

      NormanF on November 1, 2012 at 1:36 pm

      Skunky, I would say that the photographs furnished by Debbie, as well as others, speak volumes. That hand in hand pose is something I would expect from a couple, and not a governor and president. As for criticisms of Romney, they are rather silly. He did agree to take a couple of days off of the campaign. Also, some people really get turned on by a phony shovel pose in front of the cameras. Romney is neither a president or governor, so what is he supposed to do? Is he in a position to order or supervise anything, or anyone?Disrupting the work of food banks or work crews for a photo or video opportunity is ridiculous. It helps no one, and it detracts from the work that those distracted people need to do.

      Worry01 on November 1, 2012 at 2:41 pm

        Norman, you are far too clever to think that about Christie. I think under normal circumstances you’d be spot on but since CC is in the mix and the election is less than a week (that’s really, REALLY is important) I believe there is way more to this than meets the eye. And I am glad some Conservatives are kicking up some dust about it.

        Worry, you get it.

        Chris Stegall (a radio host out of Philly) had an execellent assessment of this CC/O-P “bromance” this morning and I LOVED it. He gets it. And apparently he took heaps of heat last evo from newly twitter-pated Liberals on the twitters.

        The sorts I have seen defending CC are either from the area and/or are the “rah-rah-sis-boom-bah” Romney sorts who are rev’d up for Tuesday. At least I can understand the Jersey folks in their willingness to not see this as strange as they are dealing with the fallout personally.

        Someone I follow quite rightly screamed there is “something wrong with Chris Christie” and she is correct! That’s why I have never liked the bugger even before I heard of his apologias and appointments for those who love Hamas in NJ.

        Skunky on November 1, 2012 at 6:12 pm

the obesity has affected his brains, very bad

jerry1800 on November 1, 2012 at 1:02 pm

Well, Obama probably promised Chrispie free dessert at the White House if he gets re-elected.

It is incredible the extent to which liberals, who, in words, are tolerant, and against religious prejudice, have assailed Mormons to the extent they have in recent months. It reminds me of the tremendous anti-Catholic prejudice after World War II, which of course, didn’t occur in a vacuum. At the time, the Church was the main opponent of Communism because of Russia’s overrunning of Catholic countries.

We know liberals look down on religion, but political campaigns show us the extent of their intolerance. There was also a campaign against Orthodox Jews, especially by the Forward (sic) after the survey that showed the extent of Orthodox Jewish population in New York.

But disasters are tailor-made for The View, and the yokels who subscribe to that way of thinking. Just like the nitwits who voted for Al Gore because he kissed his wife in front of the Democratic Convension.

Little Al on November 1, 2012 at 1:21 pm

They both love Islamic terrorists. Christie’s Islam pandering matches O’s. Remember when Christie attended the Chinese communist dinner at the WH? – no other Republicans were invited that I know of. Either Christie really likes Chinese food, or he has long been in league with his like-minded buddy in the WH. On TV, in New Jersey the 2 looked exactly like they were politicizing a tragic event. Now these man-crush partners are off our TV screens but people’s destroyed and inconvenienced lives continue. Screw them!

Crazycatkid on November 1, 2012 at 1:29 pm

Yeah – remind why I’m not looking forward to four more years of the same. We all know where Romney stands on Islam and illegal immigration. People are holding their noses voting for him in the hope that he’ll learn something about the real world and if not then their expectations are modest enough so he won’t disappoint them.

NormanF on November 1, 2012 at 1:40 pm

“Barack Hussein Obama could eat no fat. Chris Chrispie Creme could eat no lean. And so, betwixt them both, you see,
They licked the platter clean.”

I laughed heartily.

DS_ROCKS! on November 1, 2012 at 1:51 pm

New Jersey just got mauled by a horrific storm. Gov. Christie is doing what he has to do and saying what he has to say in order to get his people taken care of. It’s not about his personal/political feelings toward the President right now, so I’m not sure exactly why some folks want him to disrespect a President in the midst of a crisis. If it takes gushing all over a President you dislike in order to get as much assistance to your folks as fast as possible, then so be it…

D. O'Nay on November 1, 2012 at 1:57 pm

    I pretty much agree, D. O’Nay. That’s the type of politicos we breed in NJ. Right out of the Tammany Hall/ Chicago gene pool. I saw it up close and personal with my mother. Should he act like Bloomberg with Romney’s bus of food while this is happening: ?
    How long did that bus load last? Few things have gotten me as angry as people gushing about Romney while he callously dumps a few boxes of food in NY and takes off for “Swing” states to campaign. And I DON’T CARE if Obama is acting out of pure cynical self interest. He IS POTUS right now and if anything can be done, it will be because of who’s running things right now, even if that sticks in everyone’s craws.

    Italkit on November 1, 2012 at 2:09 pm

      “And I DON’T CARE if Obama is acting out of pure cynical self interest. He IS POTUS right now and if anything can be done, it will be because of who’s running things right now, even if that sticks in everyone’s craws.”

      Italkit, I’m confused. Your point is that POTUS is acting like a POTUS. Fine. But Romney is not POTUS, so why exactly should he be acting like one?

      skzion on November 1, 2012 at 2:44 pm

      First you bemoan the fact that Mormons aren’t sharing their “hoards of canned food”, then you mock him for busing in food. There’s just no making you happy, is there?

      DS_ROCKS! on November 1, 2012 at 3:26 pm

    A Governor has to “gush” over a President or risk not getting adequate Federal assistance (part of which is NJ taxpayer’s money to begin with) and you don’t think there’s something freakish about that?

    DS_ROCKS! on November 1, 2012 at 2:40 pm

      Sk, because this is bigger than being POTUS and I’m upset that people are still praising Mittens while excoriating Obama in this situation (and ONLY this situation). The blind leading the blind.

      DSR, because the “busload” wasn’t even a drop in the bucket. It was a photo op and there is far more cynicism in his behavior than anything Obama is doing to be blunt. And to go and run off to try and grab those last few votes is disgusting.
      No, a governor shouldn’t have to slobber over the POTUS to get Federal Aid. That is merely the political climate he operates in. I know it intimately. That was my only point. You think Chicago is bad? You have no clue.

      Italkit on November 2, 2012 at 2:33 am

    Con-black-ulations, D. O’Nay! Your record here is perfect! You never fail to NOT let race get in the way. Whoo-hoo!

    My gosh, D. O’Nay. I’m gonna tell you plainly because that is what I do. Your posts always portray how painfully un-independent (or follow the dots) a thinker you are. It’s so sad. You almost get it sometime but you know what gets in the way. And those who can independently think can see where you err (or fail to think).


    Skunky on November 1, 2012 at 6:20 pm

Let’s look back at Bush & Katrina. It was commonplace at that time to hear criticisms that Bush didn’t do enough for the people of New Orleans, that the Government hadn’t employed the preventive measure that would have reduced the catastrophe, and for the worst lunatics, a surprisingly large number, that Bush was deliberately practicing genocide.

I’m not saying that Christie should say things like that, but certainly the Democrats didn’t fawn all over Bush during Katrina. And they still got aid, no matter how badly organized, just as it is badly organized today.

But it’s all the Mormons’ fault because of all the food they have hoarded over the years. I guess we learn something every day.

Little Al on November 1, 2012 at 2:09 pm

    Little Al, your post reminded me that “apres” Katrina I guess the NEW political script is that the “keeping up appearances” look is the numero uno bulwark one must do so peeps don’t whinge that ones in charge do not care. More substance over reality.

    And it further reminded me that the truth STILL not even known by those who wanted to blame GWB for every evil in the world (I am coming from the context of know-nothing, overly emotional Liberals) was that the dopey Mayor of N.O (Ray Nagan) and the dopey female Governor (K. Blanco) let many things on the local level rot on the vine (both big-hearted Liberals). It was all GWB, all the time for the Liberal & uninformed mind.

    And that’s why this ferkakte race is practically neck and neck after all Obama-Putin has wrought on the nation. Honey Boo-Boo, the Kardashians and all that culture rot that 2012 brings with it. Bizarro World!

    Skunky on November 1, 2012 at 6:34 pm

      Skunky, yes, that is a good point. Hopefully Nagin and Blanco are in the past and will not re-emerge.

      Little Al on November 2, 2012 at 1:46 am

    LA, where were you during Katrina? I was right there and my daughter and grandsons barely got out of NOLA in time. While the physical damage was an “act of G-d,” the incompetence that led to the human suffering was beyond anything anyone expected from an America that used to “feed the world” and gives billions in Foreign Aid to her enemies. When something bad happens, yes, it is the fault of the leaders. Remember HST’s sign “the buck stops here[?]” America used to b known for its “can do” attitude and from Katrina on it’s been “couldn’t do, wouldn’t do.”

    Italkit on November 2, 2012 at 2:41 am

      Italkit, every time I read one of your comments, I wonder how they can get more stupid, but you always seem to manage it.

      No, I don’t live in New Orleans. But this is such an ad hominem argument that I won’t dignify it by responding substantively.

      And, unfortunately, you misunderstood the point of my post. I was not trying to discuss the degree of responsibility Bush had for the suffering in New Orleans, but the fact that Democratic criticism of him did not prevent or reduce Government aid. Granted there was inefficiency and ineptitude, but there is no evidence to support the assertion that this is a consequence of criticism of Bush. Thinking otherwise reduces your argumentation to the level of the 9/11 truthers.

      Little Al on November 2, 2012 at 9:32 am

Debbie, as a fat guy myself, I want to state here and now that not all of us like Krispy Kreme donuts and Obama.

John on November 1, 2012 at 2:26 pm

It’s amazing how OBumfuck can order return calls to afflicted states in 15 min and pull out all the red tape and bureaucracy to make sure money and aid get allocated but he couldn’t do that to get a C-130 Gunship and/or F-16’s onsite in 15 min or so to help save the lives of those lost in Benghazi….

Sounds like a serious disconnect or, better yet, a gross dereliction to duty!

IceNoMore on November 1, 2012 at 2:55 pm

Of course Chris Christie (yemach shemo vezichro) will endorse the fellow Muslim.

[To my readers: “yemach shemo vezichro” means “may his name and memory be erased,” in Hebrew.]

Martin L. on November 1, 2012 at 3:31 pm


Christie wants to out-Obama-love Corey Booker, who will likely be his Democratic challenger for governor. MSNBC ran with Christie-Obama 24/7. It was too much.

OT: Could you please run an article about the Red Cross? The borough president of Staten Island just said NOT to donate to the Red Cross–they’re getting tons of money (they don’t accept goods anymore) and Staten Island is getting none of that.

Politicians (Obama), media personalities (Stephen Colbert) and others are giving free advertisements for the organization, telling people to give the Red Cross money (and only money).

You’ve written about Red Cross before, but it’s time for an update.

Barry Popik on November 1, 2012 at 3:57 pm

After all his wookie wife is his cover.

He is in fact gay.

Suggest the cocksucker in chief dump the wookie and get the fuck out of the closet before next Tuesday.

Panhandle on November 1, 2012 at 4:00 pm

Obama may be a chubby chaser, but how the heck is he helping the people in NY and NJ? Reminds me of “Heck of a job, Browny.”
(Bush to his FEMA director).

Two bitchy effiminate women hugging each other.

Jonathan E. Grant on November 1, 2012 at 4:16 pm

I’m finding Christie’s moobs pretty awesome.

Robert on November 1, 2012 at 4:25 pm

You know what Debbie, you sorta stole the words out of my mouth, the reason why Christie is sucking up to Obama, is because I to assume he wants to run for president in 2016 if Obama is re-elected?

And you’ve explained all of Chris Christie’s flaws and BS over the last year and half, with his pandering to islam/muslims, appointing a muslim judge over a year ago who supports islamic-jihadisim, also calling us insane for rightfully saying and condemning hamas as an islamic-terrorists group (Christie was on record saying that were crazy for saying that hamas & hezbollah are a terrorist group, in which they clearly are).

Also, during the storm, me, one of my sisters and my mother was talking about the storm and Chris Christie, my mother (who’s a liberal-democrat, but not political) said that she doesn’t agree with Mr. Christie’s political views, but she respects him for speaking his mind and saying it like it is!

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on November 1, 2012 at 4:57 pm

Christie is, in the not too distant future, going to switch parties. He could never be selected as a VP candidate,or run for president himself due to his weight. The American people are indeed that shallow. Ask yourself, could a fat republican ever be elected president or VP? The media would never allow it. A fat democrat would be a hero to the media, just like any other democrat. If Christie has presidential/VP aspirations he’s going to have to (a) Lose weight if he’s going to run as a republican, or (b) Turn democrat so that he can remain fat.

CornCoLeo on November 1, 2012 at 5:27 pm

Is this the famous Chris Cross?

Stoopid Billie on November 1, 2012 at 7:07 pm

Some random observations:

1. rumors in Chicago hold that Obama’s shrinking weight is due to what some refer to as “The Slims” (not that there’s anything wrong with that….)

2. saying that Christie is too fat is really no different than saying that Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis is too short, right?

3. from his facial expressions, once again, Christie can be seen fantasizing that Obama is really Ann Coulter in a Halle Berry mask….

Nick Fury on November 1, 2012 at 7:32 pm

As I was thinking but not quite so colorful when I saw and heard what Chris Cristie was saying about Obama. At the RNC he talked mostly about himself. That should have thrown up a red flag to everyone that he was not serious about supporting Romney. Possibly early campaigning as you said. Well, you said it all and I cannot add to it and I am sure we will hear more from this most unusual union.

Jeanette Gayhart on November 1, 2012 at 7:36 pm

What a fat f@cking blowhard Christie is!

Ajax on November 1, 2012 at 7:58 pm

My first gut reaction:

Christie is all about Christie. This was a chance for him to make himself look like he was a caring politician. Talking about putting aside political differences, is exactly the sort of “triangulation” that Bill Clinton used slickly.

Christie took this chance to put some political karma in his bag for 2016.

That was my gut reaction at the time.

After some reflection, I still have that feeling.

PitandPen on November 1, 2012 at 9:22 pm

Debbie you post was spot on as usual but the pictures along with did it for me. I was so disgusted but my wife hit it out of the park with wha tshe did. She cued up “Endless Love” (Luthor Vandross Mariah Carey version)while we were reading your take on this “bromance”. You’re right that big boy Christy holding Odummer’s hand and starring into his eyes is nothing him triangulating for a run(or in his case slow walk)at the presidency. I also may be going out on a limb here with my theory that Doughboy could be a little sore at Mittens for not picking him for VP. The blockhead RINO talked about himself in his speech at the RNC and when you break it down Odummy and Christy do share an Islamo-pandering mentality. It looks like Big Birds of a feather do flock together. So with W. Mitt Romney surging it looks like Mr Big Pants is going to have to wait until 2020 for his turn. So much for his sucking up.

Ken b on November 1, 2012 at 10:12 pm

NBC & HBO will be hosting a telethon tomorrow titled “Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together,” The benefits will go to the American Red Cross.

A high-up Red Cross executive used to live in my Manhattan apartment building. The doorman told me that he used a company driver to take his kids to private school.

My wife’s sister, brother and mother all live in New York City. My sister lives in Westchester and is still without power. If I want to help anyone, I’m not going to give money to the Red Cross. I’m going to give money to my relatives.

Barry Popik on November 1, 2012 at 10:22 pm

never realized how fat christie was until i saw that side shot with him and obamboozle…

kirche on November 2, 2012 at 9:02 am

I find it amusing that Christie is screaming for gas, aka fossil fuel, when he believes in global warming and shut down three coal fired power plants. He should build a windmill at his and MAObama’s height, then they both can speak into it. Gee, electric cars aren’t running either.

unholyone on November 2, 2012 at 9:21 am

New Jersey is a good place to be FROM!

unholyone on November 2, 2012 at 9:22 am

THis is one of the amazing things about Americans. They are infatuauted with any thing different. Why???? If Sharia law is different they are all for it with out knowing what it is. Crazy.

G. R. Scharoubim on November 2, 2012 at 9:37 am

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