VIDEO: NJ Delegates Give Gov. Chris Christie High Marks for Keynote Speech

Party faithful say the governor hit all the right marks in his prime-time address to the nation.

In a speech that was both biographical and also touched upon Republicans' vision for the country, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Tuesday was in the limelight Tuesday as he delivered a nationally televised keynote address at the Republican National Convention in Tampa.

And state delegates in the St. Pete Times Forum who listened to his speech said the governor struck just the right tone in making his case for presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

trish September 25, 2012 at 02:43 PM
try looking for corruption in your own back yard. christie could not give a crap about you (unless your part of the 1% john jay?, which i suspect your are) the fact of the matter is that the 99% are the ones that have built this country and support it with our tax dollars. while it might seem that the 1% pay alot, the reality is that with out the 99% the 1% would be nothing. in the words of your lord and master chris christie you are a bunch of moronic nincumpoops! romney has already ruined his chances THANK GOODNESS!
trish September 25, 2012 at 02:48 PM
lets not forget that christie has done nothing! just because he SAYS we are in an upswing, does not make it so. i might say i can pay my bills, but can i? NO the republicans who continually block obama are the number 1 reason he has been unable to accomplish anything. they have said from the very beginning that their goal is to make sure obama does not get re-elected, NO MATTER WHO THEY DAMAGE IN THE PROCESS. They don't care about you , me or the other 47%, only themselves and continuing their crap. obama may not be the best choice but he is clearly a better choice than rommney
John Jay September 25, 2012 at 02:53 PM
I wasn't implying anything. There are good and bad in each party -- the problem I have is the that the Democrats are trying to portray themselves as being "clean" -- and they are not. The present administration has huge issues that range from murder (Fast and Furious), to sexual harassment (See DHS and Napalitano), to fraud (See ACORN), to civil liberties (See NDAA). Obama's term is a MESS -- will Romney fix things? I hope so, but I've heard the same song and dance. I can tell you that at a state and local level, the corruption has to end. The utterly corrupt Democratic machines in areas like Camden and Hudson counties have to go. I don't care if they jail the entire governing body -- corruption is KILLING this state and this nation. RE: "Joe 1:23 pm on Friday, September 21, 2012 To Chief Justice Jay, is your last comment supposed to imply that the Republican party operates completely above board? Because that would be funny."
Spooner September 25, 2012 at 03:32 PM
...also what's killing this state. . .is the ever growing costs of government and education, especially higher education?
John Jay September 25, 2012 at 07:49 PM
So Trish, it's OK for Obama to jail Americans without a judge, lawyer -- just based on someone's allegation, correct?


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