Christie scores conservative hat trick

Gov. Chris Christie will begin the fall season with a hardcore public relations push, appearing Tuesday on three morning news programs.

Christie will begin the day at 7 a.m. with another appearance on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, with former Republican U.S. Rep. Joe Scarborough.  From MSNBC, the governor will head to friendlier territory with an appearance on the Fox Business Network’s Imus in the Morning show.  After leaving Imus, Christie will taken an elevator to even friendlier conservative confines with an appearance on Fox and Friends, courtesy of the Fox News channel.

Christie is fast becoming the conservative media darling, not to mention a regular on the television circuit and the freshman governor will no doubt field questions about his future plans.  Though he’s been seated in the governor’s chair for just eight months, the blunt and outspoken Christie has already been mentioned as a possible presidential or vice presidential candidate in 2012.

While Christie has proven himself to be an engaging guest who takes whatever is thrown at him in stride, he has no doubt been practicing one answer over and over throughout his Labor Day holiday:

“Bret Who?”

Christie scores conservative hat trick