WASHINGTON–New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is on the verge of a decision of whether he will jump in the crowded Republican 2012 presidential primary contest.
From a homestate newspaper….
Star-Ledger background story on Christie and his politics is HERE.
The well-informed Maggie Haberman over at Politico writes on the obstacles Christie may face–and why he may take a pass. Her report is HERE.
But if Christie jumped in, he would shake-up the race. The AP analysis is HERE via CBSnews.com.
My take on Christie on WGN radio Monday morning is HERE (along with Friday’s visit by the 1985 Super Bowl Bears to the White House). Remember, Christie once said he is not ready to be president …
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