Video | Governor Chris Christie BLASTS GOP House For blocking Sandy Relief



“66 days and counting…Shame on YOU; SHAME ON CONGRESS!”

Full conference here on C-Span 

Govrnor Christie said he called Speaker Boehner 4 times, and he never returned his calls, nor did he give an explanation as to why the measure was PULLED.


Governor Christie: “Only one group is to blame for the continuing suffering: the House majority and their Speaker John Boehner (R-OH),” Christie declared. Historically, “disaster relief was something that you didn’t play games with, but now in this current atmosphere everything is a subject of one-upmanship,” he continued. “It is why the American people hate Congress.”

Christie: “They’re so intrigued by the fake fiscal cliff. They forget we sent them there to work for us, not sitting around playing with each other. Governors don’t have that luxury.”

Interesting the Jackals kept asking Christie about the TEA PARTY.” But this is YOUR Party, Governor Christie. ALL OF THEM. Good looking out for the citizens of New Jersey, though. This is where the rubber truly meets the road. So, call your party out, call them out hard on their OBSTRUCTION and DISDAIN for President Obama, because you know that’s exactly what this is all about.



Will post FULL video when available.

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23 Responses to Video | Governor Chris Christie BLASTS GOP House For blocking Sandy Relief

  1. LadyLee says:

    Man… they just handed Cristie the 2016 nomination for president. Because he seems to be the only one with a bit of sense in the GOP. Sigh.

  2. NJ Rep: Boehner punished Sandy victims because they’re not from red states

    • Ametia says:

      BINGO! His caucus had there foot on his neck New Year’s day. They didn’t want the American people to get 2 big WINS at the beginning of 2013! DEVILS, the LOT of them.

      On Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 9:56 AM, 3CHICSPOLITICO

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  4. rikyrah says:

    Krispy Kreme went off!!!


  5. I know Christie is an ass. But he was funny as hell when he said we voted for them to work for us not to play with each other. That is epic.

    • Ametia says:

      Hi SHO. …He’s an ass, for sure, but he told it like it is, and not like it was. It was fabulous listening to him blast the media jackals too, when they kept asking him about the tea party. I’m not a pundit. BWA HA HA It was as if they wanted him to blame the Tea Party.

      HELL, the Republican Party & Tea Party are one and the same. They have no REAL LEADER.

    • But he was funny as hell when he said we voted for them to work for us not to play with each other.

      bwa ha ha ha ha ha

  6. jamalA says:

    Seriously, the big man’s crying … so now that you’re feeling it the pain inflected by GOP madness is what? not supposed to hurt? “please” now you know how the rest of the country has suffered over the last 4 yrs …. always the same *ish when the BS his party created hits his house he starts crying!

    • Ametia says:

      LOL if anyone where ever needed to cry and scream about the GOP not voting on Sandy releif for the ciitizens of NJ it would be Christie.

      Plus; he’s positioning himself for 2016.

  7. Ametia says:


    Boehner to Resign Speaker Position.
    Source: MSNBC

    Reported as happening at 5 pm today.

    No link yet. ,b>

  8. Ametia says:

    What’s this gotta do with Christie and Co.?



  9. Ametia says:

    Meanwhile back in Hawaii


  10. Ametia says:

    Whelp; Speaker Boehner, are you going to tell Gov. Christie to go “F%*ck himself too?

  11. Ametia says:

    This is your party, Christie. Blame the Dems for going home, after these MOFOs left dodge, while Senate worked on the very fiscal cliff bill they voted on. you can’t make this SHYT up.

    Rep. Issa defends Speaker Boehner for halting Sandy relief vote
    By Geneva Sands – 01/02/13 01:29 PM ET

    House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) defended Speaker John Boehner’s (R-Ohio) decision to table the Hurricane Sandy relief vote Tuesday night.

    “The fact is the Speaker had no choice. Had we brought up a vote, marked it down to 20 or so, 27 billion, where it should be to provide the actual relief, the Senate wasn’t there to take it, so effectively it wouldn’t have become law and the Speaker knew it,” said Issa on “Fox and Friends” Wednesday morning.

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