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N454casull wrote: »
The east side of Oregon and Washington would separate and have noting to do with the west. I can promise that. Oregon and Washington are states seriously divided.
CaliFFL wrote: »
I wonder where all those coastal urbanites will get their food?
CaliFFL wrote: »
Vic's Viewpoint wrote: »
Just as a practical matter, if Christie really wants to campaign for the Presidency, he'd better lose a ton of weight. Belt-tightening notwithstanding, I saw a side shot of him on TV the other night, and he's huge! He's beyond fat; he's beyond morbidly obese. He's GOT to have Phase 2 adult-onset diabetes; he's GOT to have high blood pressure. Add the high stress of campaigning, and he's cruising for a bruising on health issues, plus I'm convinced he'll end up in the hospital sooner or later if he really commits to running. Presumably he already knows this; maybe he's counting on losing enough weight by 2015 to turn his health situation around. He's certainly got his work cut out for him.
alphasigmookie wrote: »
Same place they do now. Farmers have to sell their products somewhere. Also a lot of the Midwest will be more closely aligned with New England than the west or south. Plus CA and a lot of NY are still agricultural powerhouses.
Big Chief wrote: »
As the GOV of NJ, what exactly was he supposed to do when Obammy visited his state after Sandy? Spit on him? He put politics aside and did his job getting federal aid for his state. The greeting embrace was disgusting enough, I reckon. Protocol has to/should be followed when POTUS visits, like it or not. If nothing else, respect for the office of president.
He said or I read last week all Obammy's promises with aid for his state were met.
I like him well enough, but he is a little left of the right wing center and I don't agree with all his politics, especially on the 2A.
Between him and Hillary, oh hell yes he would get my vote.
cpj wrote: »
Gov'nr lard arse can go piss up a rope. I don't care how he acted in front of dear leader, it's his tyrannical leanings that bug me. A Republican nomination for him is a 3rd party vote from me, and a great number of other citizens who have had enough of the same ol same ol.
Jayhawker wrote: »
Back when Kansas was a Territory, the Eastern Border was where it currently is, next to MO....but the western border was the summit of the Rocky Mountains....maybe we should just go ahead and seize Denver as we return the Great Plains to the original boundaries....wouldn't be much of a job to run all the trouble-makers either east or west, whichever is closer...
JerryBobCo wrote: »
He's recently had stomach stapling surgery and has already lost 40 lbs. That's one of the reasons that pundits think he's tuning up for a presidential run.
snake284 wrote: »
Man! Stomach Stapling? That's ancient history. Nobody gets that anymore. Either Lap Band, the Sleeve, or Gastric Bypass is the way to go. Vic and I know, we're veterans.
Almost everyone I know that had those staples done had problems. Mainly the staples pull out.
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