Tag: weight

“Those People Deserve to Have Their Heads Taken Off”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog I was the first to discuss Team Christie’s bid to revive the GOP’s “compassionate conservatism” strategy since, as you well know, Save Jersey was tracking Chris Christie’s every move before it was Read More

Want Accurate Christie Reporting? Fat Chance!

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Keep in mind before you watch the video below: this is the same American media that crucified the Bush Administration for “lying” about weapons of mass destruction, Save Jerseyans, yet these same Read More

The Health Question in Context

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog I remember joking (but not really) back in 2011 that the media was far more interested in examining Chris Christie’s weight than Bill Clinton’s perversions or any other prominent Democrat politicians’ personal issues. Obsession is Read More

Rooney Opines On ‘Simpsons’ Christie Fat Slam

By Save Jersey Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Our Blogger-in-Chief Matt Rooney weighed in on The Simpsons writers’ Christie fat spoof (I know you’re shocked) on Thursday night’s edition of Chasing NJ. Matt’s point: once again, the liberal media/entertainment culture isn’t giving Read More

Sarah Palin Tries Irony

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog There are plenty of things that I could say about former Governor Sarah Palin’s new interview with Jake Tapper, Save Jerseyans (the comment about Chris Christie’s extreme weight was interesting; her comments about the Pope Read More

“Tremendous Progress”

VIDEO: Chris Christie Dishes on Sandy, NSA Spying, the ObamaCare #Fail and His Weight Loss By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog He’s the country’s most prominent Republican, Save Jerseyans, so when he grants an increasingly rare interview to the mainstream media Read More

Buono’s Tone Deaf TV Ad

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Barbara Buono is (finally) on television, Save Jerseyans, because candidates never want to go on TV until they can afford to stay there. Not being able to do it until two weeks out is a Read More