Governor FAT BASTARD Slams “Reprehensible” NRA For “Dragging People’s Children” Into Gun Control Debate (Video)

RINO Chris Christie Slams “Reprehensible” NRA For “Dragging People’s Children” Into Gun Control Debate – Weasel Zippers

I wonder what Tubby thinks of Obama exploiting other people’s children for political purposes?

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A) The NRA did not attack Obama’s kids. B) Didn’t Obama already drag his kids into politics when he constantly used them as political props, going so far as to feature them in campaign donation pleas?

Via Mediaite:

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie slammed the National Rifle Association’s latest ad in which they accuse President Barack Obama of hypocrisy for sending his children to a school where they are protected by armed guards. Christie called the ad “reprehensible” and said that the NRA should not be “dragging people’s children” into the gun control debate.

“I think any of us who are public figures, you see that kind of ad and you cringe,” Christie said on Thursday at a news conference in Trenton. “I’m a father who is a public figure, who has four children and my children had no choice realistically in what I decided to do with my career and what affect that has had on their lives.”

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Fat Bastard Chris Christie Criticized For Being A Fat Bastard By Leftist Media Clown (Video)

N.J. Gov. Chris Christie Criticized For His Weight, Yet Again – Red Alert Politics

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s critics are once again attacking him for his largesse.

The most recent attack came from ABC’s Barbara Walters during an interview for her annual “Most Fascinating People” special.

In the interview, a clip of which played on ABC’s “Good Morning America” today, Walters rudely asks the Republican Governor about how his weight would affect his ability to serve as President should he decide to run and be elected.

“OK, governor, I feel very uncomfortable asking this question when I’m sitting opposite you, but you are a little overweight,” Walters told Christie.

“More than a little,” Christie responded.

“Why?” Walters brazenly asked.

“If I could figure that out, I’d fix it,” Christie said.

“There are people who say you couldn’t be president because you’re so heavy,” Walters continued.

“That’s ridiculous. I mean, that’s ridiculous,” Christie tells her. “I don’t know what the basis for that it is.”

Walters: “I think they’re worried about your health.”

Christie: “Well I’ve done this job pretty well. I think people watched me for the last number of weeks during Hurricane Sandy doing 18-hour days and getting back up the next day and still being just as effective in the job so I don’t think that will be a problem.”

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The loud-mouthed governor, who has been much aligned throughout his political career for his girth, was included in Walters’ “Most Fascinating People of 2012″ list for his superb reaction to Superstorm Sandy in late October, which devastated the Garden State and its infamous shoreline.

Christie’s approval numbers have surged among Jersey voters in the past seven weeks since the storm. The aggregate approval rating for the governor is 73 percent, according to Talking Points Memo’s PollTracker.

Governor Christie is up for reelection in November, and is currently the heavy favorite (no pun intended) to win. He holds a double-digit lead over popular Newark Mayor Cory Booker, who is a rising star in the Democratic Party and the candidate believed to have the best chance of making the race competitive next fall.

While New Jersey residents may have a more favorable opinion of their Chief Executive than they did before the hurricane, not everyone in his own political party is currently enamored with him. Many conservatives have tried to pin some of the blame for Mitt Romney’s loss in last month’s presidential election on the New Jersey governor, citing his decision to publicly appear with President Obama while touring areas devastated by the storm and to forgo attending a rally in suburban Philadelphia 72-hours before Election Day as reasons the former Massachusetts Governor came up short.

Americans planning to watch the special in full tonight may have to DVR it. Tonight is also the “12-12-12” Concert at Madison Square Garden to benefit victims of Superstorm Sandy in Christie’s home state of New Jersey as well as New York and Connecticut. The concert will be headlined by several local acts, including John Bon Jovi, Billy Joel and Christie’s favorite musician, Bruce Springsteen.

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You know, I thought Alabama was a Southern State

You know, a State that was Conservative, had common sense and would go all PC on us! Apparently not!

CNS News

You can buy Fat Bastard wine in Alabama, but you’ll have to go elsewhere for Dirty Bastard beer.

The state alcoholic beverage control agency said Thursday it has banned the sale of that brand of beer in the state because of the profanity on its label.

Beer and wine are commonly sold in grocery and convenience stores and anyone can see the labels, so staff members rejected the brand because parents may not want young people to see rough language on the shelves, said Bob Martin, an attorney with the Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board.

“That’s the whole reason for the rule, to keep dirty pictures and dirty words away from children,” he said. “Personally, I believe the staff made the right call.”

Good Freaking Grief!