Wednesday, October 31, 2012

What a Difference a Day Makes. By Geniusodespair

The photos of Governor Chris Christie and President Barack Obama, man, a real game changer.  I have to say I am impressed with this love-fest. The cooperation between the two -- putting aside partisan politics -- is rooted in what is good for the people of this nation...for once. Thank you Hurricane Sandy for this hard lesson.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

RUN OBAMA RUN !!!!!! HE CAN SWALLOW YOU WHOLE BEFORE THE LECTION!

Anonymous said...

Wait till the extreme right puts its spin on this. Man hug alert II! Ugh! It's so sad we can't get democracy to function properly.

Belinda said...

They look like gay lovers. Ewww!

Anonymous said...

Belinda,
The YES Institute has some good seminars that you should take. Tim Hardaway has been there. You might learn something about love and acceptance.

Anonymous said...

The only entity that can mobilize and help in a large natural disaster is the Federal Government. Gov. Christie understands this reality, and is doing what so many elected officials have done over the years, working together to get his residents the help they need.

Wax on said...

I think Michelle Obama needs to do an intervention with Gov. Krispy Kreme. He looks horrible!

Anonymous said...

Unlike Lawton Chiles, a democrat, who wouldn't allow Bush to look like a hero until Kate Hale shamed him, Gov. Christie is doing right by his state. He is ignoring the fact that he loathes this president and is calling for the Federal help, which is not allowed until the governor request it. It makes Obama look good but that's not this governors calling. He's helping his electorate in time of need!

Sailing By said...

Belinda, the YES Institute will teach you that it is now perfectly normal for a man to put his blank in another man's blank.

Anonymous said...

Don't think that Christie doesn't have politics on the mind here. It is clear what he is doing, forsaking Mittens to look like somebody who can work on a bi-partisan basis. Call me cynical but that's how I see it. In four years, this will be a campaign photo for him as well as many others. "I'm a uniter!" will be his slogan.

And as far as him "loathing" the President, don't buy into the hatred spewed by some media outlets. That isn't how politics work. That's how they want you to think it works and it is shameful.

Anonymous said...

Christie needs to drop at least 50 pounds, maybe more, before he makes a run at the White House. When was the last time we had an obese President? Something to think about.

Anonymous said...

Christie has his values in tack. He puts the needs of his people, before politics. And he needs A LOT of help serving their needs.

Anonymous said...

Quite frankly, given the magnitude of our problems, we don't care if he is fat, skinny, ugly, good-looking, tall, in between or short. We want someone who has the right values, can think, and cares about people. The package that he or she comes in is not important. It is what is in the package that is important. The essence of the man or woman.

Anonymous said...

@above Anon, I figured that sort of response would be forthcoming. I agree. BUT, look at the portraits past Presidents, not too many chins of that size in 100 years or more. It isn't a criticism of the man inside. I don't care. But facts speak for themselves. It just goes to show the perfunctory nature of the electorate.

Anonymous said...

to above Anon: ...and look at the portaraits again; you don't see any black persons, so there is always a 'first'.