New Jersey governor Chris Christie has certainly earned his fair share of enemies over the years — corrupt politicians whom he indicted as U.S. attorney, Democrats in the state legislature, teachers’ unions, and liberal activists across the country. Among conservatives, though, Christie has become a rock star. Well, among some conservatives. He’s taken a beating on NRO lately.
Andrew McCarthy argues on the Corner that Mitt Romney should not choose Chris Christie as his vice-presidential candidate. He is probably correct that Romney would be best served by selecting someone other than Christie, but his characterization of Christie as a “tough-talking moderate” is unfair to the governor. Christie has proved himself a tough-talking conservative.
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