Earlier I posted a video of GOP Rep. Peter King bashing his own party over Hurricane Sandy and halting donations to House Republicans.
Here is Republicans Eating Their Own, the Sequel, this time starring New Jersey Governor Chris Christie:
JUST IN: NJ, NY reps say speaker Boehner has commited to two Sandy-aid packages to be voted on this month
— CBS News (@CBSNews) January 2, 2013
"... the toxic internal politics of the House majority."
"...the selfishness... duplicity... we saw last night."
"Shame on Congress."
"I was called by... Leader Cantor..."
"I called the Speaker four times... he did not take my calls."
"It's absolutely disgraceful. ... This used to be something that was not political. Disaster relief was something that you didn't play games with. Now... everything... is one-upsmanship."
"Unlike people in Congress, we [governors] have actual responsibilities."
"There is no reason for me at the moment to believe anything they tell me."
"Our people were played last night..."
"Last night, MY party was responsible for this.... What happened last night was uncalled for."
"He's the Speaker of the House... He could prove to me that he really does care about the people of New York and New Jersey..."
"They forget! We sent them there. WE sent them there. For US. Not to play around with each other!"
"They are so consumed with their own internal politics, they've forgotten they have a job to do."
"It's internal politics. That's what it is."
"I'm not dealing with the Tea Party... No, NO!"
The money line:
"There is only one group to blame: the House majority and their Speaker, John Boehner."
H/t: Andy Marquis for video link