Remember when I said Chris Christie would be a Democrat in five years?

Well, here is another sign of his “evolution” that Chris Wysocki noted

Who’s side is Chris Christie on? Because the Democrats will surely turn his tirade against John Boehner and the GOP into must-see-TV in the run-up to the 2014 midterm elections.

Gov. Chris Christie ripped into House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) today for delaying a vote on billions in federal aid for recovery from Hurricane Sandy.

“There’s only one group to blame for the continued suffering of these innocent victims: The House majority and their speaker, John Boehner,” said Christie at a press conference this afternoon.

Christie, who gave the keynote address at the Republican National Convention last summer, said Congress traditionally puts politics aside for disaster relief but that House Republican leadership had put politics “before our oaths to serve our citizens.”

“For me it was disappointing and disgusting to watch,” said Christie, who praised New Jersey’s own House delegation. “Last night the House of Representatives failed that most basic test of public service and they did so with callous indifference to the suffering of the people of my state.”

Wow.

Hmmmm, Charlie Crist, Chris Christie, similar names……, similar political paths? Maybe we should just automatically distrust any Republican with the name Crist, or Christie, or anything similar no? Remember Christine Todd Whitman?

Understanding how the Left defines bigotry

 

I as a Conservative define bigotry as someone hating another person because of their gender, or race, or religion, or sexual orientation. To me, your opinion of someone should be based upon their actions, behaviors. To me that seems like a pretty succinct definition to me. The Left has a definition of bigotry too. They have a definition that is pretty easy to understand too. The Left defines bigotry as someone who is a Conservative. This hit me while watching this speech by Cory Booker. In the speech he utters this line

At a Tuesday afternoon Planned Parenthood rally outside the NASCAR Hall of Fame, near the Democratic National Convention, Newark, N.J. Democratic Mayor Cory Booker rallied the Obama faithful with a forceful speech about Republican extremism.

Promising to get “controversial,” Booker spoke about watching the Republican National Convention (RNC) last week in horror.

“Then I heard something that is one of the reflections and echo of some of the most insulting things we have been hearing for a long time,” Booker said of the RNC in Tampa. “I heard people stand up and say ‘I love women.’ I heard people stand up: ‘I’ve got a sister,’ ‘I’ve got a mother.’ That’s like saying you’re not a bigot because you have a black friend.”

See, that? It does not matter to the Left that you Actually embrace and befriend and love people of other races, or other religions. What matters is only your ideology. And that means this if you disagree with the Left’s ideals you are automatically a bigot. Oppose abortion? Sexist! Oppose the government (taxpayers) paying for birth control? SEXIST! Oppose anything Obama has done as president? RAAAAACIST! Even if you campaigned and voted for Obama in 2008 you are still a bigot if you do not support him now. RAAAAACIST! And do not dare think being Black, or a woman, or a Homosexual protects you from the Left’s wrath either. The Left has a page in their Book of Bigotry for you too!

Some of the most despicable personal attacks from the Left are reserved for minorities who do not know their place. Women are not allowed to be pro-life, or to oppose government-funded birth control. Blacks are not allowed to oppose Obama. If they do they are accused of being an “Oreo” or “Uncle Tom” or of “not really being Black. Hispanic? Better not speak out for securing our border. Remember the Left is watching you. If you are a minority the left will TELL you what to think, and say, or else!

So, in the end why IS bigotry so ugly to me, and to most Americans? Because it presupposes things about people based on superficial things like their skin color, or their gender. A bigot looks at a Gay person and say you are gay, so you must be. fill in the blank. They look at a woman and say you are a woman so, that means you think this way. They look at Blacks and say, you must act, and behave in this manner. Wow! That sure sounds a whole lot like the Left doesn’t it? Maybe if the Left wants a real dose of baseless hatred and bigotry, they ought to stand in front of a mirror.

 

*VIDEO* The Best Of The Republican National Convention

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CONDOLEEZZA RICE

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JOHN THUNE

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LUIS FORTUNO

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MIA LOVE

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BOB MCDONNELL

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MITT ROMNEY

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ARTUR DAVIS

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TED AND PAT OPAROWSKY

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MIKE HUCKABEE

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SCOTT WALKER

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JANINE TURNER

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RICK SANTORUM

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PAUL RYAN

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NIKKI HALEY

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NEWT AND CALLISTA GINGRICH

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JEB BUSH

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CLINT EASTWOOD

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CONNIE MACK

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MARCO RUBIO

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Clint Eastwood To Speak At Republican National Convention On Thursday: Fox News

Clint Eastwood To Speak At Republican National Convention On Thursday: Fox News – Deadline Hollywood

Clint Eastwood will be speaking at the Republican Convention in Tampa on Thursday according to Fox News.

The network’s website is reporting that a GOP source confirmed “that Eastwood is indeed the mystery speaker”.

Thursday night’s line-up has a “To Be Announced” speaker scheduled ahead of Senator Marco Rubio and GOP Presidential nominee Mitt Romney himself.

Eastwood’s name was floated earlier this week as the speaker along with former VP nominee Sarah Palin, Donald Trump and even a hologram of former President Ronald Reagan.

No stranger to politics, Eastwood served as the Mayor of Carmel, California from 1986 to 1988. He supported John McCain in 2008 and endorsed Mitt Romney earlier this month at a Sun Valley fundraiser.

“Now more than ever do we need Mitt Romney, I’m going to be voting for him,” the Oscar winner said as the GOP nominee stood next to him on August 4.

If Eastwood is really heading to Tampa to speak Thursday evening, he’s going to have to get going soon.

Deadline has learned that as of Wednesday afternoon, the actor/director was still at his home in Carmel.

Eastwood’s latest film, Trouble With The Curve comes out on September 21, 2012.

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*LIVE STREAMING* Paul Ryan To Address GOP Convention Tonight… Plus Rand P, Condi R And Mike H – 08/29/12


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Convention Schedule For Wednesday, August 29, 2012

7:00 p.m.

Convention convenes

Call to order

Introduction of Colors by Amputee Veterans of America Support Team (AVAST)

Pledge of Allegiance by Brigadier General Patrick E. Rea, US Army (Ret.)

National Anthem sung by Ayla Brown

Invocation by Ishwar Singh

Ron Paul Video

Remarks by Senate Republican Leader and Convention Temporary Chairman Mitch McConnell (KY)

Remarks by Senator Rand Paul (KY)

Bush 41, 43 Film

Beau Davidson

Remarks by paralyzed Coast Guardsman Christopher Devlin-Young and Iraq War veteran Jeanine McDonnell

8:00 p.m.

Remarks by Senator John McCain (AZ)

G.E. Smith Band

Remarks by U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA)

Remarks by Attorney General Pam Bondi (FL) and Attorney General Sam Olens (GA)

Remarks by Senator John Thune (SD)

Interviews

Remarks by Tad True Vice President Belle Fourche and Bridger Pipelines

Interviews

Danny Gokey

9:00 p.m.

Remarks by Senator Rob Portman (OH)

Remarks by U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen (TN)

Remarks by Governor Luis Fortuño (PR)

The Katinas

Remarks by Governor Tim Pawlenty (MN)

Remarks by Mike Huckabee

G.E. Smith Band

10:00 p.m.

Remarks by Condoleezza Rice

Remarks by Governor Susana Martinez (NM)

Remarks by vice presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan

Benediction by Archbishop Demetrios

Adjournment

*LIVE STREAMING* Republican National Convention (Begins At 2pm – 08/28/12)


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Via C-SPAN:

After a brief session to gavel in the convention Monday, the Republicans begin speeches and convention business Tuesday in Tampa at 2pm when they will vote to approve the platform and rules committee recommendations. The convention was delayed for a day due to tropical storm Isaac.

On Tuesday, the GOP will nominate their presidential and vice presidential candidates and proceed with the roll call vote of the states. Ann Romney will speak Tuesday night along with NJ Gov. Chris Christie. On Wednesday, Rep. Ryan will accept the VP nomination and on Thursday evening Mitt Romney will speak and accept his nomination.

Related Resources:

2012 Republican National Convention Official Website

C-SPAN’s Convention Hub

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REVISED REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION SCHEDULE

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

2:00 p.m.

Chairman of the RNC Reince Priebus

Color Guard Knights of Columbus

Pledge of Allegiance by Former Governor Tim Babcock (MT)/ Tom Hogan (FL)

National Anthem sung by Philip Alongi

Invocation by Rabbi Meir Soloveichik

Opening procedural steps, appointment of convention committees

Welcoming remarks, and House and Senate candidates and RNC auxiliaries

RNC Chairman Priebus

RNC Co-Chairman Sharon Day

G.E. Smith Band

Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn

Convention Chief Executive Officer William Harris

Chairman of Tampa Bay Host Committee Al Austin

3:00 p.m.

Republican Congressional Candidates

State Delegate Barbara Comstock (VA)

Representative Tim Griffin (AR)

Republican Senate Candidates

Republican National Committee auxiliaries

Consideration of convention committee reports

4:00 p.m.

G.E. Smith Band

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus

Committee on Credentials Chairman Mike Duncan

Committee on Permanent Organization Chairwoman Zoraida Fonalledas

Convention Permanent Chairman Speaker John Boehner, Presiding

Official Convention Photograph

Committee on Rules Chairman John Sununu

Committee on Resolutions Chairman Governor Bob McDonnell

Committee on Resolutions Co-Chairman U.S. Senator John Hoeven

Committee on Resolutions Co-Chairman U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn

G.E. Smith Band

5:00 p.m.

Chairman Speaker John Boehner

Rules Chairman John Sununu

Convention Secretary Iowa Lieutenant Governor Kim Reynolds

Roll Call for Nomination of President of the United States

Roll Call for Nomination of Vice President of the United States

G.E. Smith Band

6:40 p.m.

Recess

7:15 p.m.

Reconvene

Remarks by Speaker John Boehner

Remarks by RNC Chairman Reince Priebus

Video and remarks by Mayor Mia Love (Saratoga Springs, UT), U.S. congressional candidate

Remarks by Janine Turner

Lane Turner

Remarks by Sher Valenzuela (small business owner, candidate for DE Lt. Governor)

8:00 p.m.

The Oak Ridge Boys

Remarks by Host, U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers

Remarks by U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte (NH), accompanied by Jack Gilchrist

Remarks by Governor John Kasich (OH)

Remarks by Governor Mary Fallin (OK)

Remarks by Governor Bob McDonnell (VA), accompanied by Bev Gray

9:00 p.m.

Remarks by Governor Scott Walker (WI)

Lane Turner

Remarks by Governor Brian Sandoval (NV), accompanied by Phil Archuletta

Remarks by former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum (PA)

Remarks by Senate Republican Candidate Ted Cruz (TX)

Remarks by Artur Davis

10:00 p.m.

Remarks by Governor Nikki Haley (SC)

Remarks by Mrs. Luce’ Vela Fortuño

Remarks by Mrs. Ann Romney

Remarks by Governor Chris Christie (NJ)

3 Doors Down

Benediction by Sammy Rodriguez

Adjournment

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

7:00 p.m.

Convention convenes

Call to order

Introduction of Colors by Amputee Veterans of America Support Team (AVAST)

Pledge of Allegiance by Brigadier General Patrick E. Rea, US Army (Ret.)

National Anthem sung by Ayla Brown

Invocation by Ishwar Singh

Ron Paul Video

Remarks by Senate Republican Leader and Convention Temporary Chairman Mitch McConnell (KY)

Remarks by Senator Rand Paul (KY)

Bush 41, 43 Film

Beau Davidson

Remarks by paralyzed Coast Guardsman Christopher Devlin-Young and Iraq War veteran Jeanine McDonnell

8:00 p.m.

Remarks by Senator John McCain (AZ)

G.E. Smith Band

Remarks by U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA)

Remarks by Attorney General Pam Bondi (FL) and Attorney General Sam Olens (GA)

Remarks by Senator John Thune (SD)

Interviews

Remarks by Tad True Vice President Belle Fourche and Bridger Pipelines

Interviews

Danny Gokey

9:00 p.m.

Remarks by Senator Rob Portman (OH)

Remarks by U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen (TN)

Remarks by Governor Luis Fortuño (PR)

The Katinas

Remarks by Governor Tim Pawlenty (MN)

Remarks by Mike Huckabee

G.E. Smith Band

10:00 p.m.

Remarks by Condoleezza Rice

Remarks by Governor Susana Martinez (NM)

Remarks by vice presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan

Benediction by Archbishop Demetrios

Adjournment

Thursday, August 30, 2012

7:30 p.m.

Convention convenes

Call to order

Introduction of Colors US Central Command Joint Forces Color Guard Team

Pledge of Allegiance by Dylan Nonaka

National Anthem sung by Seven

Invocation by Ken Hutchins

Remarks by U.S. Rep. Connie Mack (FL)

Reagan Legacy Video

Remarks by Newt and Callista Gingrich

G.E. Smith Band

8:00 p.m.

Remarks by Craig Romney

Remarks by former Governor Jeb Bush (FL), accompanied by Sean Duffy and Frantz Placide

G.E. Smith Band

Remarks by Cathy McMorris Rodgers

Remarks by Grant Bennett

Remarks by Ted and Pat Oparowsky

Remarks by Pam Finlayson

Remarks by Bob White, chairman of Romney for President campaign

9:00 p.m.

Remarks by Tom Stemberg

Remarks by Ray Fernandez

Remarks by former Massachusetts Lt. Governor Kerry Healey

Remarks by Jane Edmonds, former Massachusetts Secretary of Workforce

Taylor Hicks

Remarks by Olympians Kim Rhode, Michael Eruzione and Derek Parra

Bebe Winans and the Tampa Bay City Life Church Chorus

G.E. Smith Band

10:00 p.m.

Remarks by Clint Eastwood

Remarks by U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (FL)

Remarks by presidential nominee Mitt Romney

Benediction by Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan

Speaker Boehner declares convention adjourned
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