If you follow Tom Tancredo you know he makes it clear where he stands on people, like Colorado Republican Chair Ryan Call (dislikes him), and places, like Mecca (bomb it).
So, even as Republicans are still warm from hugging each other, it's no surprise that Tancredo is launching a new campaign to stop New Jersey Gov. Chis Christie's presidential aspirations.
Tancredo doesn't like Christie, and you can't blame him. You recall Tancredo's promising path to the Colorado governor's office was upended this summer by his own party, through a vicious ad campaign orchestrated surreptitiously by the Republican Governors' Association, which is chaired by... Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey.
Tancredo is fighing back now with his "Stop Chris Christie PAC."
Speaking with Grassroots Radio Colorado (KLZ 560-AM) host Kris Cook Oct. 27, Tancredo said he's already "filed papers" to create the Stop Christie PAC, allowing him to do "everything" he can to prevent Christie from securing the Republican nomination for president.
"He is no more a Republican than the man in them moon," Tancredo told Cook. "He is a left wing, east coast liberal."
TANCREDO: "You know, to be absolutely fair here, and clear, I have a bone to pick with him in particular, because of what he did during our primary," Tancredo said on air. "You know, although, I must ad- we have never gotten along. We've always argued, especially about immigration. We did so publicly. I have never liked the guy. I have certainly never supported him for anything, and because he was concerned that I would, in fact, go against the [United States] Chamber o f Commerce position on immigration and make it a big deal, and I might win, he chose to spend a quarter of a million dollars of Republican money - Governors' Association money--
TANCREDO: -to attack me, here, in Colorado. And, launder the money through Attorneys General Association.
COOK: And five other organizations.
Tancredo held off promoting his Stop Chris Christie PAC until after Tuesday's election to avoid hurting Colorado Republicans.
"I don't want to do anything that's going to hurt Bob Beauprez or any other Republican in Colorado during-or before this election," said Tancredo on the KLZ show, which aired before the election on Oct. 27. "But when it's over with, I guarantee you, I'm going after him."