Reckon Where Christie Will Be After New Hampshire

It still probably won’t be New Jersey but after all the time, effort, and money Christie has put into New Hampshire:

Gov. Chris Christie has spent more than 70 days campaigning in New Hampshire, hosting 76 town halls and 180 public events in his quest to be president. His ads have been aired here more than 1,800 times, according to a Boston Globe survey.

Where will it get him?


There does not seem to be a way View Results for Other responses so here they are:

  • 5-8% and still on to SC
  • Suicide by donut (2 votes)
  • he can’t leave, he’s wedged between the narrow state borders

Christie does have a core constituency with him in New Hampshire but it’s not exactly the one he paid for:



Addendum: This politickernj story has one ‘insider’ predicting a Christie dropout with a Kasich endorsement which is similar to the poll option but I picked Bush over Kasich since I supposed that Christie would show some loyalty since GW Bush essentially handed him his political career.


11 responses to this post.

  1. This is Big Boy’s Waterloo, he will NOT get 5%.


  2. Posted by George on February 9, 2016 at 5:10 pm

    I thought Christie was there to audition for ¡Jeb’s! vice president. And now he is there to siphon votes away from Trump.


  3. Posted by Javagold on February 9, 2016 at 9:49 pm

    Fat Fuck will do anything he can to stay away from NJ.


  4. Posted by truthnolie on February 10, 2016 at 3:15 am

    HAHAHA!…..thanks JB for mentioning my “suicide by donut” in your tally (how the hell did it get 2 votes???….someone else wrote the same thing in?) Ah well…must be another great mind out there who thinks alike with me, lol.

    Time for the fat man to sing…’s over.

    The talking heads on the news channels were saying he will now be off the next debate stage anyway…..not that it’ll matter to this megalomaniac. He’ll probably decide to continue on the trail just so he can stay out of NJ (not that he does anything positive when here).

    Can’t wait for his concession speech….but, knowing him he’ll resort to the lament of the loser saying he didn’t really want it anyhow and now can do more things for the people of NJ who are looking forward to having him back…..blah dee blah.

    Just desserts (make your own jokes) for this deceitful, lying, bullying demagogue.


    • Posted by Tough Love on February 10, 2016 at 3:42 am

      I bet you like Sweeney better, because he’s now kissing every Public Sector Union butt he can find in his prep for NJ’s next governorship.


      • Posted by Anonymous on February 10, 2016 at 10:05 am

        He (sweeney) can start by repealing all of chapter 78 when he is gov. Maybe TL will finally move out of nj then. Haha. And she won’t have to give herself an ulcer worrying about it anymore. That’s what I plan to do. (Move, not worry)


  5. All of those millions that Christie spent on campaigning. Disgusting. Think of what all of that money could have done to help NJ out its financial hell hole. Thought I read where Christie is now assessing his campaing options. Disgusting, every last one of them


  6. Posted by Anonymous on February 10, 2016 at 12:08 pm

    Krystal Lite going home tonight (for good), concession speech at Krispy Kreme. Don’t stop me now I’m on a (jelly) roll.


  7. Posted by Anonymous on February 12, 2016 at 3:08 pm

    There are labor, employment laws and the NJ Code of Ethics that govern employment, so it baffles me how the Governor was allowed to engage in campaigning for another government job while recieving pay and benefits from his government job. See, my problem is no other NJ employee gets months of vacation and personal time so that they can be out of the office, while recieving pay and benefits, job hunting. Should be held to the same standard as any other State employee, holding town meeting in MY during regular work hours was not in the public interest for NJ. I question what motivated vetoes.CC should face an ethic investigation, he wouldn’t put up with this if it were a Democrat or another government employee so why should we. He needs to resign for misconduct.


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