New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) said the Supreme Court’s decision striking down the Defense of Marriage Act was “wrong,” calling it an example of judicial overreach.
“I don’t think the ruling was appropriate, I think it was wrong,” Christie said on his monthly “Ask the Governor” radio show.
“It’s typical of the problem we see in the New Jersey Supreme Court. The Court, without a basis in standing, substituted their own judgment for the judgment of a Republican Congress and a Democratic President. […] It’s another example of Judicial supremacy.”