Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Dems slam Christie & Bryant

The Mississippi Democratic Party issued the following press release:


Scandal-Plagued Chris Christie to Fundraise with Phil Bryant

Today, embattled New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will visit Mississippi to campaign with Governor Phil Bryant and fundraise for the MSGOP. While Governor Bryant may be proud to stand with a politician embroiled in scandal, Democrats think Mississippi deserves better.

“Much like Bryant, Christie claims to be a problem-solver who gets things done, but not only has his administration been synonymous with abuse of power, his failed leadership has driven his state's economy and finances into the ditch and left the middle class even further behind. The last thing Mississippi needs is one more crony politician. Mississippians deserve better." - Ouida Meruvia, Mississippi Democratic Party spokesperson

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Christie is the best that Feel and his MSGOPHALEY party can bring-in? Really? Guy is probably being ratted-out by his aides and appointees up at the Fed Courthouse in New Jersey right now in the US Attorney deal-cutting room.

Anonymous said...

Agree 100% with 7:51 That's like bringing a lame horse to the Derby. No chance and a waste of feed.

Anonymous said...

Mississippi RINOs are wetting their legs in excitement.

Anonymous said...

What are the odds that a lane or two of Lakeland Drive will be mysteriously closed down causing major traffic issues?

Anonymous said...

One notices that Donkeys have a tendency to belittle those that they cannot refute on ideas and those that they fear.

Anonymous said...

Oh my gracious if this isn't the POT calling the KETTLE BLACK!! The same dems that want to push someone like Hillary Clinton down our throats?? No thanks...

Plus I thought the big guy was a friend of their Communist-in-Chief?

Anonymous said...

No different 8:46, really, than Republican candidates who reach out using racial animus to black Donkeycrats when their own legislative records no longer resonate with actual party voters.

Anonymous said...

I have a strict rule not to be seen in public in the company of anyone currently/about to be under indictment. It's beyond me why the deputy is bringing Tony Soprano to town. This only serves as further proof that the deputy is out of touch and bless his heart, just not right. Sadly, people will attend this little freak show and post pics with the deputy and Tony Soprano on Instagram and Facebook. More disturbing, the deputy, who is not right, bless his heart, will easily walk into reelection. Texas is looking better with each passing day.

Anonymous said...

The NJ governor must be desperate to raise funds. National figures typically avoid MS like the plague..

Anonymous said...

Let's see...Christie, Bush, Paul, Rubio...maybe little ol' Mississippi is on the map after all. Thanks, Governor Bryant, for bringing these Presidential contenders to our state. You regular naysayers can have their fun, but be sure to tell me when Rickey Bobby brings anyone by. I'll eat my hat on home plate of Trustmark Park when Hillary or Pocahontas or Crazy Joe hit town.

Anonymous said...

10:12 Stop lying. Christie was NJ's version of Rudy Guiliani - he was a badass prosecutor who took on the NJ Mafia and put them in jail. That's a major reason why a Repub got elected gov in a 95% blue state.

He was exonerated of any involvement with that dumb stunt pulled by underlings, who have been convicted (and I think they were sentenced last week).

Anonymous said...

11:22 Don't forget Ben Carson's appearance in Jackson last summer (although his publisher arranged that, not the gov).

Anonymous said...

Time for indictment problems for Helicopter Christie.

Anonymous said...

Governor Bryant wanted to talk about anti corruption legislation with Governor Christie?

Chris Christie Vetoes Anti-Corruption Law To Limit Wall Street Campaign Cash

The bipartisan legislation on Chris Christie's desk on Monday was designed to stop New Jersey public officials from delivering lucrative pension deals to their campaign contributors. Gov. Christie vetoed the bill -- at the same time his administration faces a new investigation into New Jersey pension fees paid to financial firms, some of whose executives made contributions to Republican groups backing Christie. The legislation also would have required the pension system to fully disclose all Wall Street fees, a provision Christie said would be "disadvantageous."

Anonymous said...

Typical Demorat! Just overlook all the scandals the Clinton's have been involved in! Bill and Hillary are the poster children for "Honest Government"! Yeah, right!

Anonymous said...

Here's the bright side if Hillary is elected: years of stories, photos and video of Bill (wearing no pants) chasing the interns down the halls of the White House. Better than SNL.

Rodeo Fan 2 said...

Where was Cindy Hyde Pony Smith?

-w said...

Watch him in a Town Hall forum. He speaks pretty plainly about government employees and their benefits and how Unions connected to government employees are bankrupting cities and states(CA). He is the only one I know of, other than Trey Gowdy, that will not tip toe around the issues. In my opinion we need people to speak plainly and go directly into financial issues plaguing our country. Most politicians view the issues he deals with as hand grenades.
I think Christy is alright but he won't make a big step into big governement without big help from the south.

Charade Alert said...

11:06; Christie comes from 'big union' territory. He can moan til the cows come home about education unions, but the fact is, he can do nothing about them and has lived with them for his entire life. He knows that he can squawk about unions in a state like Mississippi and get an ovation; however, his state is riddled with unions and he never has nor never will be able to do a damned thing about them.

Anonymous said...

Christie is all talk about unions. Scott Walker is about action.

Anonymous said...

Not a supporter of Christie, but the comparison between Christie and Walker is flawed. Walker and his fights with the unions was successful largely because since 2011 Wisconsin legislature has been in control of Republicans. NJ has not had a Republican legislature in several decades. Walker was able to get the legislation passed - and for that I laud him highly. Christie has fought them with little hope of winning anything that takes legislation.

And while at the discussion, don't forget Kaisach in Ohio. Also successful fighting entrenched unions as Gov there.

Christie is not my choice for the Repub nominee. Would take him if he gets nod - wouldn't be a bad choice but I still have problems with his costing Romney in 2012 and giving us Obama for another term.

But am not going to condemn Christie in a comparison of the political climate difference between NJ and WI.

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