BRIGANTINE, New Jersey - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie rode with President Obama in the official presidential helicopter Marine One.
The two men took a tour of the devastation that Hurricane Sandy caused in Governor Christie's state.
As the president and the governor looked down at the unbelievable scenes President Obama told Governor Christie that he is going to see that he does everything humanly possible to see that the state gets back on its feet.
President Obama assured Governor Christie that he is going to take all of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) money that had been allocated to Romney's home state of Massachusetts and Paul Ryan's state of Wisconsin and give every bit of it to the state of New Jersey.
Governor Christie became quite excited and he gave the president a fist bump, a high five, and a chest bump.
The president later noted that the chest bump caused some minor bruising to his rib cage but noted that it'll be fine in about a week or so.
Governor Christie told the president that Mitt Romney has not even bothered to call him, text him, or send him an email.
The president told him that he was not surprised because the old Flip-Flopper is certainly the type of person who is all about himself.
Christie hollered out "Amen to that Barry, I mean Mr. President."
President Obama then turned to the governor and remarked that he is even going to take the FEMA allotment meant for Sarah "Snowflake" Palin's home state of Alaska and he will see that every single dime goes to New Jersey.
He then disclosed that he will be taking every nickel that was to go to Governor Jan Brewer's state of Arizona and that money will now be given entirely to Governor Christie's state.
The hefty New Jersey governor started jumping up and down like a high school cheerleader.
He dabbed at a tear in his eye and then said, "Mr. President sir, I want you to know that I have just decided that I am going to vote for you in the presidential election and the hell with that GOP Big Bird killer 'Frankenstein' Romney."
The New Jersey governor then led some first responders in a raucous chant of, "O-BA-MA! O-BA-MA! O-BA-MA!"