Battle of the Heavyweights: Chris Christie Takes on Meghan McCain

Posted by on Sep 26, 2013 at 9:32 am

The offspring of GOP fossil John McCain is even less relevant than he is. For some strange reason people actually seem to take her opinion seriously.

Tuesday, the younger McCain told CNN’s Piers Morgan that she was “over” Christie’s presumed 2016 candidacy. Current polls put Christie at the head of a crowded field of potential 2016 Republican contenders.

“I’m kind of done with Chris Christie right now,” McCain said.

She referred to Christie’s 2012 GOP convention speech that barely mentioned nominee Mitt Romney. “There’s some level of self-promotion that you have to do, but I would like the next leader of the Republican Party, the next nominee to maybe be a little more interested in helping the country than just their platform.”

For his part, Christie, who is currently running for reelection, was dismissive of McCain’s comments.

“Are we really going to be responding to Meghan McCain?” Christie said, referring to the entire episode as “sophomoric.”

Christie said that he would take a call or criticism from McCain’s father. But Meghan McCain holds no office and doesn’t live in New Jersey.

“Meghan McCain has no standing to be criticizing me,” Christie said.

But she’s an empty-headed dimwit who criticizes Republicans so she’ll always have a platform.

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One Response to “Battle of the Heavyweights: Chris Christie Takes on Meghan McCain”

  1. WarEagle82 on 28/28/13 at 12:43 pm

    Christie said that he would take a call or criticism from McCain’s father. But Meghan McCain holds no office and doesn’t live in New Jersey.

    “Meghan McCain has no standing to be criticizing me,” Christie said.

    I think they are both major dill weeds but the last time I checked, major dill-weed Meghan McCain was a citizen of the United States with certain first amendment rights that include the standing to criticize left-wing Republican governors like Christie.

    And by his own logic, does that mean when Christie will have no standing to criticize politicians when he leaves office we can expect him to shut up because he has not standing to comment? I certainly hope that is the case but I don’t expect him to ever shut his big mouth…