Gov. Christie to Endorse Mitt Romney as GOP Candidate

Announcement comes one week after officially stating he would not run for the White House.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will announce at 3 p.m. his endorsement for Mitt Romney as the Republican candidate to face President Obama in the 2012 general election, according to NBC New York.

Christie is set to make an appearance at a joint press conference with the former Massachussetts governor in New Hampshire where he'll officially announce his decision.

New Jersey's governor announced after weeks of consideration.

What do you think of Christie's decision to endorse Mitt Romney? Vote in the poll below, and tell us your thoughts in the comments section.

Chuck Ruff October 26, 2011 at 02:28 AM
There's a bigger problem... it's unconstitutional. Any presidential candidate who doesn't know the basics of the U.S. Constitution is a real big risk.
Maxim Sapozhnikov October 26, 2011 at 02:37 AM
It is constitutional if applied equally to all elected officials. In fact, I'd love to see such oath mandated - and ENFORCED - for all elected officials, faith affiliation notwithstanding.
Dan Grant October 26, 2011 at 11:10 AM
If you were an adult you would use your real name. I find that many of the comments of the people trying to win the Republican Nomination to be as silly as your Easter Bunny example. 9-9-9. Corporations are people too, Social Security is a Ponzi, ect.ect.
Chuck Ruff October 26, 2011 at 02:01 PM
Elected officials do take an oath... to protect and defend the Constitution of the U.S. What more loyalty would you need than that?
Maxim Sapozhnikov October 26, 2011 at 03:30 PM
You kinda missed the word "enforced", didn't you?


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