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Old 01-07-2013, 04:54 AM
 
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Clinton in Arkansas, and Reagan in California. No matter your opinion of these men, you cannot disagree that they actively worked with the other side of the aisle. Unlike a spoiled wonderboy Senatyor from Illinois who voted not present over 100 times. It's clearly not in his dna to work with others. This is why I'll be hoping to vote for Christie for President in 2016. A Rep gov in a liberal state with a debt recognition mindset and not afraid to make tough choices.
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Old 01-07-2013, 05:25 AM
 
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while clinton was able to get things done with the republicans eventually you dont remember all the government shutdowns, the fights, the impeachment, the republicans hated him.

This is why I'll be hoping to vote for Christie for President in 2016. A Rep gov in a liberal state with a debt recognition mindset and not afraid to make tough choices.

while christie talks alot about unions this and that, cutting the budget and stuff the fact of the matter is that New Jersey is in a not in a better fiscal state since hes been elected.
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Old 01-07-2013, 06:17 AM
 
Location: New Mexico
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Default The best Presidents were Governors of states that were opposite politically of themselves.

And the worst presidents in the past 100 years have been businessmen: Hoover and Bush II.
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Old 01-07-2013, 06:25 AM
 
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Clinton in Arkansas, and Reagan in California. No matter your opinion of these men, you cannot disagree that they actively worked with the other side of the aisle. Unlike a spoiled wonderboy Senatyor from Illinois who voted not present over 100 times. It's clearly not in his dna to work with others. This is why I'll be hoping to vote for Christie for President in 2016. A Rep gov in a liberal state with a debt recognition mindset and not afraid to make tough choices.

Sounds like Romney. He certainly would have been better than Obama. Obama will help us in the end by destroying the US such that it can be rebuilt in another form.
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Old 01-07-2013, 06:27 AM
 
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Clinton in Arkansas, and Reagan in California. No matter your opinion of these men, you cannot disagree that they actively worked with the other side of the aisle. Unlike a spoiled wonderboy Senatyor from Illinois who voted not present over 100 times. It's clearly not in his dna to work with others. This is why I'll be hoping to vote for Christie for President in 2016. A Rep gov in a liberal state with a debt recognition mindset and not afraid to make tough choices.
Willard was the governor of the most liberal state in the union and his presidential bid didn't work out so well,... Clinton 16'!
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Old 01-07-2013, 06:52 AM
 
Location: Baldock, hertfordshire, England
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Reagan and Clinton best presidents?

Only in the rotted minds of the sheeple.
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