Christie: ‘A Lot of Fun’ With Obama February 1, 2013  9:50 am

chris-christieIt appears Chris Christie is continuing his Obama lovefest into 2013.

The New Jersey governor on Thursday thanked President Obama for helping to successfully secure the $50 billion in relief from superstorm Sandy-and said they had a conversation that was “a lot of fun.” At others’ expense, perhaps? Christie wouldn’t elaborate on the details of the conversation, although he said he told the president the amount of relief money he wanted, and that he tried to sweeten the pot by saying that the president would not have to “deal with” New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. “That may have made it more tempting,” Christie joked to the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce. In all seriousness, Christie did say the president had been “extraordinary” in helping his state. Read more at Buzzfeed.

{Andy Newscenter}

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5 Responses to Christie: ‘A Lot of Fun’ With Obama

1 .Comment from Farfolte Fritz

February 1, 2013 at 12:04 pm
This Krispy Kream wants to run for President?? Let him run as a DemoRat or start his own party

2 .Comment from Oldtimer

February 1, 2013 at 12:05 pm
Isn't hakaras hatov a good midah? So why criticize Christie for showing it? He's still a conservative Republican, as his vetoing of an increase in the minimum wage shows. Small-mindedness is not going to get anyone anywhere in solving our national problems.

3 .Comment from Fritz Fungus

February 2, 2013 at 10:30 pm
Governor Krispy kreme should re-register as a DemoRat because he sure sounds like one!

4 .Comment from Old-memory

February 3, 2013 at 5:03 am
Hey, the guy who justified killing Jewish children in Israel is back. Kindly, get lost.

5 .Comment from Oldtimer

February 4, 2013 at 1:59 pm
One can only wonder if Obama bribed Christie with an executive order to reopen Twinkies factory.


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