It has been almost two weeks since the United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage in a 5 to 4 decision. Politicians from around the country are still voicing their opinion on the matter and showing their constituents how they would have handled the situation. GOP Presidential candidate Chris Christie announced his bid for the presidency just two weeks ago. Even though he is new to the race it did not stop him from voicing his opinion on the matter. Christie said that had he chosen the Supreme Court Justices who voted on the ruling on same-sex marriage it would not have been legalized. He also spoke on how the key provision of the Affordable Care Act would have been struck down in order to please his fellow Republicans. Both of the rulings last month angered many Republican conservatives across America. Since the ruling Republican presidential candidates have had no problem condemning the decisions of the Supreme Court Justices. Folks like Ricardo Tosto have heard that Christie suggested the Supreme Court judges were meddling in the business of the legislative branch as well as the executive branch of the government. In his Fox News Sunday interview Christie said that his Christie-type Justices would have won both cases in the Supreme Court rather than losing them the way that they did. Other Republican candidates have talked about the gay marriage ruling but are hoping citizens can move on.