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  1. #1 Interesting Exit Poll Numbers From Christie's Re-Election 
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    http://www.nytimes.com/projects/elec...xit-polls.html

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    57% of female voters voted for Christie
    21% of blacks voted for Christie
    51% of Hispanics voted for Christie
    66% of senior citizens voted for Christie
    66% of independents voted for Christie

    These are voting blocks that went heavily for Obama in 2012(save for seniors). NJ is as blue a state as you're going to get and Christie got a majority vote from some pretty left leaning groups. I bring this up because he's going to ride this like a surfer come 2016.
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    no way in heck will they vote for him if he goes up hildabeast
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bailey View Post
    no way in heck will they vote for him if he goes up hildabeast
    If the Hildabeast is the candidate, expect a campaign so dirty it will make Obama's 2 look like a walk in the park. Funny thing in that Virginia election of the buddy of the Clinton's-fake Lib candidate funded by the dems? If true, that has bubba's fingerprints all over it. They wanted their crony in to help in the purple state's electoral votes. Digusting.
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    This is another instance where the Dems WANT this guy to be the nominee so they can chop him off at the knees and have four more years of Socialism.

    There are sleleton's in his closet the left is DYING to drag out if he runs. And they will. And they are serious things that the GOP should seriously distance themselves from...but they won't.

    The media will stoke this clown's enormous ego and be nice to him right up to the moment he (God forbid) becomes the nominee then the'll kneecap him just like they did McCain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SaintLouieWoman View Post
    If the Hildabeast is the candidate, expect a campaign so dirty it will make Obama's 2 look like a walk in the park. Funny thing in that Virginia election of the buddy of the Clinton's-fake Lib candidate funded by the dems? If true, that has bubba's fingerprints all over it. They wanted their crony in to help in the purple state's electoral votes. Digusting.
    It makes me sick if thats true, they needed to fund a 3rd party guy AND pull in all the Dem big guns to win 3% of the vote. They are squaking like its a landslide
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bailey View Post
    It makes me sick if thats true, they needed to fund a 3rd party guy AND pull in all the Dem big guns to win 3% of the vote. They are squaking like its a landslide
    They will do whatever it takes. We're in for a really long dirty fight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SaintLouieWoman View Post
    They will do whatever it takes. We're in for a really long dirty fight.

    Christie is probably up for a long and ugly fight more than some other candidates-in that sense, he would be a good candidate for 2016.


    On the other hand, Hillary (if she runs) will run as a centrist, which is what Christie actually is. Hillary is not as far left as Obama, so she will push a little more to the center during the campaign. If Christie remains a centrist GOP candidate, then there really isn't much difference between the two for the general public, some conservatives stay home on election day and the whole thing will come down to who can damage the other the most.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    Christie is probably up for a long and ugly fight more than some other candidates-in that sense, he would be a good candidate for 2016.


    On the other hand, Hillary (if she runs) will run as a centrist, which is what Christie actually is. Hillary is not as far left as Obama, so she will push a little more to the center during the campaign. If Christie remains a centrist GOP candidate, then there really isn't much difference between the two for the general public, some conservatives stay home on election day and the whole thing will come down to who can damage the other the most.
    Christie isn't a centrist. He's a Lib pretending to be a Republican.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    Christie is probably up for a long and ugly fight more than some other candidates-in that sense, he would be a good candidate for 2016.


    On the other hand, Hillary (if she runs) will run as a centrist, which is what Christie actually is. Hillary is not as far left as Obama, so she will push a little more to the center during the campaign. If Christie remains a centrist GOP candidate, then there really isn't much difference between the two for the general public, some conservatives stay home on election day and the whole thing will come down to who can damage the other the most.
    Christie is a conservative. It's just that he is a conservative that believes in governing (and doesn't have an irrational hatred for the president of the United States of America). That is being confused with centrism.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    http://www.nytimes.com/projects/elec...xit-polls.html

    Some highlights:

    57% of female voters voted for Christie
    21% of blacks voted for Christie
    51% of Hispanics voted for Christie
    66% of senior citizens voted for Christie
    66% of independents voted for Christie

    These are voting blocks that went heavily for Obama in 2012(save for seniors). NJ is as blue a state as you're going to get and Christie got a majority vote from some pretty left leaning groups. I bring this up because he's going to ride this like a surfer come 2016.
    Was his opponent well known locally? From `1100 miles away, we know a lot about Christie but I can't even name his opponent without looking it up. The same could not be said for Virginia.
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