So, now that it is Christie vs Corzine, I’m pleased.

Oh, I’m not a huge Christie fan, but he has one tremendous asset:


I’m not crazy about Christie’s populist rhetoric in some of his ads (it’s so tired already), and I’m not so sure he has the executive experience that would be as applicable, but bottom line, 15 minutes of executive experience is better than what we’ve got, and Christie’s prosecutorial record is pretty cool.

But I admit it, I’d vote for a drunken house cat before I voted for Corzine. Especially if the drunken house cat cuts taxes and helps the state economy. (I’m not saying cryptically that Christie is a drunken house cat or anything, but in proofreading this entry I think I did go somewhat Freudian in the second sentence.)