You can see why some in the GOP like Chris Christie.Â He’s a great shit talker.Â He’s also one of the reason why I can’t stand politics.Â Â First off, the Tea Party and Occupy Movements, much to the chagrin of their supporters have a lot more in common than just people being frustrated.Â Secondly, I’m tired of politicians like Christie, WHO WORK IN THE GOVERNMENT, talk about how much government is broken.Â If Christie really believed that government is so broken and run by people more interested in politics than moving the country forward, then why in the hell did he endorse Mitt Romney?Â And lastly, I can’t take anyone serious to blames President Obama for the Super Committee’s failure and not putting the blame where it belongs:Â On Congress.Â President Obama has stated his position clearly:Â Find some compromises that includes revenue or the automatic cuts (including $600 billion in defense) happen.Â Christie’s party has taken the position of no revenue increases.Â How is this the President’s fault?Â See, I understand there’s give and take that has to happen on both sides.Â But I’m getting really sick of the GOP claiming that the President isn’t “leading” just because he won’t give into all of their demands.Â If Democrats are willing to adjust entitlement programs then I don’t understand why Republicans think they don’t have to put revenue increases (read: Tax increases) on the table as well. That’s how compromise works.Â And sense Republicans in Congress don’t seem to be willing to do that, how dare Christie come out on this utter nonsense about how it’s the President’s “failure to lead” and not the failure of Republicans to put reality over their ridiculous pledge to Grover Norquist.
If Christie wants to really show that he’s a leader, he’ll look at his own party and start calling them out. But of course he won’t do that. Christie is better at talking shit and being loud and abrasive. Keep up the good work Governor.