Last year, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie wasn't invited to The Conservative Political Action Conference. This year he addressed the American Conservative Union's annual meeting on its opening day. It should come as no surprise that he didn't say anything that will keep him from getting invited back. As a politician trying to unite Republicans around the areas where they agree, Christie found plenty of ways to appeal to the conservative audience on issues like abortion, unions and a shared dislike for the media. Unity was important, Christie said, not just because it lets the party focus on its actual accomplishments, but because it can keep Republicans from fighting among themselves when the opposition is so much worse.
Were you SEEN at the 9th annual Sands Casino Hotel employee reunion at Villa Rifici in Absecon on Wednesday night?