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Why Chris Christie will never be President of the United States. He definitely Blew it!

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Submitted by Anne (United States), Aug 10, 2011 at 08:58

You are totally correct Dr. Pipes, Stupid is as Stupid does. If Chris Christie would take some time to study Taqiyya and Deception, and the goals of the Islamic world, he would see that they are not to be trusted. This is how they get established in American courts and politics, because some stupid Shmuck is clueless about their goals!

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