TOM THE DANCING BUG: President Chris Christie's First 100 Days

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH newly-elected President Chris Christie apologizes for a few unfortunate events in his first 100 days.

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  1. Hopefully the pseudo-liberal ass kissing honeymoon with Christie is over soon. His conservative politics are shit and he's not our "buddy" and has never been. He's just a little less despicable than most conservatives, but that's not saying much. When are flakey "liberals" going to learn that conservative leaders are not their friends?

    Edit: I added "leaders" to differientiate (wayward) conservative friends and family known on a personal level.

  2. Agreed. Of course, I feel the same way about Hillary, so...

  3. If you mean he's not a furthest right batshit nuts idot conservative, then I'd agree. Then again, I get the feeling you may define conservative differently than I do in the first place.

  4. Ah yes, the wikipedia article you link gave some interesting details about that traffic jam. The interesting thing being that all the details were added yesterday by a completely new contributor - IP address - with no sources.

    Needless to say they're already gone now, removed as unsourced and libelous, but thanks for making it clear exactly how much honesty there is in your claims. Welcome to the boards, robiscus.

  5. That Wikipedia page needs to be radically fixed. It's incredibly unsourced and loaded with unsourced, stream of consciousness hearsay. I'm not saying I disagree with your accusations, but that's a horrible page to use as a "source". Actually, it's one of the worst Wikipedia pages I've seen and I feel guilty for not having the time right now to get in there and edit the hell out of it.

    I mean, this page is actually laughable. In the few minutes I've been looking at it, it already had a "In Real Life" section removed, etc.

    Is this wikipedia page a joke or what?

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