Christie and Trump are best buds

If Christie (unwisely) intends to go on the attack, he should direct his skills at the unelectable Trump, who consistently scores low with the roughly forty-two percent who don’t identify as conservative or liberal and the subset of the swing voters.  You know the ones.  They always decide presidential elections.

But maybe Christie didn’t attack Trump because they’re best buds.  A picture speaks a thousand words.

A man certainly has the right to chuckle with his allies, but how much political savvy does Gov. Christie not have?  A man’s character is revealed by his friends.

In contrast, Rubio always scores higher than the others in the subset of deciders.  It is true that Rubio should have defended himself, but did Christie really think he could draw thousands of voters his way by attacking him?  It achieved nothing

The truth is, no matter what the pundits say, the debate changed nothing substantively.  I believe that the majority of primary voters will see Rubio’s electability (and the others’ unelectability) and gradually drift his way.  Watch for Rubio’s rise over the next few weeks, as we saw in Iowa.

James Arlandson's website is Live as Free People, which is updated almost daily and where he has posted How conservatives can finally read America accurately, Ten reasons not to vote for Trump, and Twelve reasons to vote for Rubio.

If Christie (unwisely) intends to go on the attack, he should direct his skills at the unelectable Trump, who consistently scores low with the roughly forty-two percent who don’t identify as conservative or liberal and the subset of the swing voters.  You know the ones.  They always decide presidential elections.

But maybe Christie didn’t attack Trump because they’re best buds.  A picture speaks a thousand words.

A man certainly has the right to chuckle with his allies, but how much political savvy does Gov. Christie not have?  A man’s character is revealed by his friends.

In contrast, Rubio always scores higher than the others in the subset of deciders.  It is true that Rubio should have defended himself, but did Christie really think he could draw thousands of voters his way by attacking him?  It achieved nothing

The truth is, no matter what the pundits say, the debate changed nothing substantively.  I believe that the majority of primary voters will see Rubio’s electability (and the others’ unelectability) and gradually drift his way.  Watch for Rubio’s rise over the next few weeks, as we saw in Iowa.

James Arlandson's website is Live as Free People, which is updated almost daily and where he has posted How conservatives can finally read America accurately, Ten reasons not to vote for Trump, and Twelve reasons to vote for Rubio.