TRENTON, N.J. - When New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was asked if there was any quid pro quo being played under the table with Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, he vehemently denied all such allegations.
In fact, the Governor of New Jersey said that he would even reject any vetting carried out by Mitt Romney's team if the Vice President position was offered to him.
Two days later, Republican candidate Mitt Romney personally complimented Governor Chris Christie in what political pundits are deeming suspiciously 'political endorsement undercover.'
As Mitt Romney was giving a stump speech to car manufacturers in Detroit, he told reporters that 'Christie's baked potato chips were the best homemade chips he's ever had." "With the exception of Detroit's Oily Potato chips," which are organically grown chips next to car factories, adds Romney.
Democratic pundit, James Carville wrote a column regarding this quid pro quo issue in the New York Times and believes that Governor Chris Christie used his 'not running for president' speech to facilitate his 'I'm endorsing my pal, Mitt Romney ' speech.
No word yet on whether Christie will return our calls for comment. Sources indicate that Saturday is his 'Jersey Shore reruns day.'