New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is sounding more and more like President Barack Obama, the Big Government Democrat he palled around with shortly after last year’s Hurricane looking for federal aid.
Today Christie outright slammed pro-liberty legislators, calling them “dangerous.”
Speaking with the Washington Post, Christie warned against what he calls a “strain of libertarianism that’s going through both parties right now and making big headlines.”
When asked by The Post if Senator Rand Paul is one of the “dangerous” libertarians, Governor Christie said, “You can name any one of them that’s engaged in this.”
With Christie’s answer in the plural, it is likely that his statement was not only a reference to Sen. Rand Paul, but also Rep. Justin Amash, seeing that the Republican House member led a bold charge to defund all warrantless NSA searches earlier this week and nearly succeeded.
Despite Christie’s slam against the liberty-minded in the U.S. Congress, the fact is: the so-called “strain of libertarianism” is the only thing preventing the Grand Old Party from becoming completely irrelevant. Not only that, it’s the only Congressional faction that is most consistent in legislating according to the Constitution.
Christie is on the losing side. RINOs are going extinct.