But as much fun as his debating style would be, I dread the thought of him as a Vice President. His nomination in my view, would be one of those "snatching defeat from the jaws of victory" moments. Without getting too deeply into it, he's profoundly anti-gun, in a way that politicians can't really afford to be anywhere by New Jersey and New York City. Putting him on the ticket would turn the NRA and its members from friends to enemies for team Romney.
He's also very comfortable with Islamist America, and the entire social agenda of the Democrat left. I'm sure he can stretch his words with the best of them, but look at his record and you'll see what I mean.
He's no solution for a candidate who has to make himself seem conservative without explicitly saying so clearly enough to turn off left leaning voters. Putting Christy on the ticket would force Romney to run to the right of his target to offset his VP and make him say things publicly to get the base, that he would probably rather they simply implied. the whole thing would be a big mistake.
As a governor he's been OK, but my expectations are low. As a Vice President I think Chris Christy would be a disaster, and would actually result in a second Obama term.