I dont agree with Christie on this one, but thought readers would enjoy. I think Obama was supposed to be specifically not involved with the super-committee. I try to stay apolitical, but with the increasing correlation between politics and finance/economy it is very hard.
I will tell you who I am voting for, anyone who guesses it right gets a prize; ABOOP, thats the hint :)
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie ripped President Obama for the failure of the debt supercommittee, calling the president “a bystander in the Oval Office” in comments Monday.
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Few quotes by Chris Christie: “I was angry this weekend, listening to the spin coming out of the administration, about the failure of the supercommittee, and that the president knew it was doomed for failure, so he didn’t get involved. Well, then what the hell are we paying you for?”
“It’s doomed for failure, so I’m not getting involved’? Well, what have you been doing, exactly?”
“Both parties deserve blame for what’s going on in Washington, D.C.” “Why the president of the United States refuses to do this is astonishing to me. If he wanted to run for Senate again and just be one of a hundred, I’m sure he could have gotten reelected over and over again in Illinois.”
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