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December 30, 2011

Christie Out of State Again for Romney

Christie Christie with Mitt Romney in Iowa. (UPI/Mike Theiler)

     Staff Writer

"People who win elections are the ones who turn out the votes on Caucus night." This, a quote from New Jersey's governor Chris Christie today. But it wasn't made in the Garden State. The statement was issued in Iowa, where Christie is again vigorously campaigning for his Republican presidential choice, Mitt Romney.

Christie, who seemingly adores Romney and everything the former Massachusetts governor stands for, has been on the stump for the candidate since early October. The New Jersey governor has taken leave from his job on several occasions in the past few months to hang out in Florida and New Hampshire in addition to his multiple bosom buddy excursions in Iowa. During his time off from governing in New Jersey, Christie has exalted Romney with praise, decrying that he's the best presidential candidate, period. Consistently hovering in the low twenty percentiles in Iowa and national polls, Romney has yet to sway the vast majority of GOP voters in the same manner as he has with Christie. 

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich certainly disagrees with Christie's gushing endorsement, calling Romney "the second most dangerous man in America." Romney, who appears respectful and 'presidential' to many in debates and interviews, has allowed a litany of brutal attack ads against Gingrich. The former Speaker has said that nearly all of the ad information is false.

Gingrich has also argued that what Romney stands for is a moderate agenda, and that the former governor is not even remotely a conservative as Romney supporters have tried to portray. He has pointed out that Romney publicly campaigned as being pro-choice when ran to the left in a senate campaign against Ted Kennedy. He also references RomneyCare, the very liberal forefather of ObamaCare, which Romney created and forced upon residents of Massachusetts. Gingrich also notes a very unusual statistic for a Republican governor: nearly all the judges appointed by Romney in Massachusetts were Democrats.

Christie continues his Iowa tour lauding his presidential candidate and the views they share, and should be back to New Jersey shortly.

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