“We really are a party on the verge of suicide against an imminently beatable President. The beltway Republicans are finally starting to realize it, but I fear it may be too late.”—Erick Erickson | RedState
“An override will be difficult. It requires 54 votes in the Assembly and 27 in the Senate; the bill passed with just 42 votes in the Assembly and 24 in the Senate. In either chamber, Democrats would need votes from Republicans, and the governor is known for enforcing party discipline.”—
Many of you have asked me if an override is possible of Christie’s veto of marriage equality. It looks unlikely - it would require a 2/3 majority in both houses, and as you can see, picking up 12 votes in the Assembly seems overwhelming.