Memo to the Con Artists Who Produce the ‘Romney is Bipartisan’ Ads: The Word “Bipartisan” Consists of Two Parts – “Partisan” and…

Well, just compare the McConnell-Boner congressional chunk of concrete – you know, the one whose publicly stated purpose in being in Congress for the last four years was not all of the stuff that they swear an oath to do but, instead, sabotage a sitting president – to the usually obnoxious Chris Christie.

Emphasis on usually.

As Romney roams the Midwest and Florida struggling to stay relevant, miming coordinating storm response with G.O.P. governors and collecting canned goods to send East, his fair-weather pal Christie failed to give Mittens any disaster relief.

On ABC, CBS and NBC, Christie hailed Obama as “outstanding.” On MSNBC, he said the president “has been all over this,” and on CNN, he called Obama “incredibly supportive.” The big guy even tweeted his thanks to the slender one.

Most astonishing of all, the New Jersey governor went on Fox News and spoke words rarely heard on that network: “I have to give the president great credit.”

“I spoke to the president three times yesterday,” Christie gushed. “He called me for the last time at midnight last night, asking what he could do.”

Christie also extolled FEMA, even though Romney has said it is “immoral” to spend money on federal disaster relief when the deficit is so big.

While Romney campaigns in Florida Wednesday, Christie and Obama plan to tour storm damage in New Jersey, a picture of bipartisanship, putting distressed people above dirt-slinging politics.

And that’s a grand bargain for both of them.

We can only hope that Rmoney is unwittingly gearing up to become this century’s Horace Greeley.

Go west (or whatever) to Kolob, old man….


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