Skip to comments.Christie’s opponent, what’s-her-name, airs frustrations on CNN
Posted on 06/24/2013 11:10:21 AM PDT by The Old Hoosier
New Jersey State Sen. Barbara Buono, D, spoke on CNN from Netroots Nation about the challenges of running against Gov. Chris Christie, R, when major Democratic figures like Bill Clinton are going out of their way to pat him on the back...
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Maybe now she can appreciate how Romney felt when Christie was yucking it up with Obama.
Now, absolutely nobody is paying any attention to her. Everytime something happens in the state, she tries to spin it against Christie but it falls flat.
She'll be juggling naked in Journal Square by November to try to get noticed.
Brilliant! Christie gets to the WH and turns leftward like Arnold in Calif. (for a different reason). The B.J. Man Knows better than to hitch his wagon to a sure loser. Hillary? He despises her and would really like to laugh at her publicly if she lost.
CNN? Are they still on the air?
I can’t wait to vote for her over lard ass the RINO....
Lautenberg's death ruined everything, and now it looks like she may lose in a landslide.
Her dream of national office is over, her long years of working for the NJDP have been for naught, and she is plenty angry.
Have you seen her record?
I suggest "leftwingextremist1917."
They practically moved Lautenberg's senate seat into the Newark mayor's office two years ago.
I never even heard of Buono before her paid ads started popping up on FB about two months ago. She a potted fern.
If it comes to that, my guess is that people will pay her money to put her clothes back on.
Besides...why buy the fake ‘Rat when you can buy the real deal?
It would have been a Clinton/Obama demographic battle in miniature.
Buono may be a "potted fern" but she is the suburban "soccer mom"/Emily's List alternative to Booker.
One day there won’t be a Christie headline and we won’t know what to do.
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