I wonder what goes in to the VP selection, in the past geography has played a part, filling a specific void in the ticket has played a part, and even gender has played a part, with 2012 being an election of monumental proportions as well as being perhaps the most vicious, hard-punching race of all time I think Governor Romney really needs a fighter in his corner. While I have heard all the names, Rubio, Ryan (who is my only alternative, but we need him leading the budget fight in DC), Condoleeza Rice, Portman, etc., and as the list goes on and on, I keep coming back to one man. In October, he gave a speech in California, it was spoken with so much passion, so much love for country, that people in the audience asked him to run for POTUS himself. This man decided after a long weekend that he felt he just wasn't ready to run for the top of the ticket, perhaps part of it was him, perhaps part of it was not grasping the sincerity of the voters who wanted him to run leading up to the speech, and perhaps part of it after the speech was because he knew how hard it would be to jump in that late in the game (see Rick Perry & Fred Thompson). Things have drastically changed since October, gas is $4 a gallon and rising, we are being told everyday of a faux recovery, No. Korea is about to test missiles, nukes, and who knows what else that his time has come. Governor Romney ahs the operation in place, Governor Romney will do just fine in the Oval office, what Governor Romney needs is someone who can touch a person's soul. We saw this man do it in October in California, this man can do it again this October, and into November. Governor Romney your first major decision once you are nominee is picking a Vice-President, please make this decision and show the country your conviction and pick the man best suited for the job, that man is Governor Chris Christie for Vice-President. There really is no other choice.