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No Surprise When Cory Booker Defends Capitalism

bulldog83 Wrote: May 28, 2012 9:23 AM
Mayor Booker spoke the truth. Name any politician off the top of your head who will choose to speak the truth first. He unfortunately had to play the damaging political game and make that "hostage video". I have had much respect for him for quite some time. Would have been quite interesting and history-changing if our first black president had been someone like him instead of some who has never lived one minute of his life as an American. Mayor Booker is a true American.
Bruce2142 Wrote: May 28, 2012 10:27 AM
I believe that Governor Christie has also been brutally honest, especially with the teacher's and public employee unions in NJ. In fact, I remember him shutting down a heckler from one to the unions by responding to his anger by replying; "You shouldn't be getting mad, because I'm the first elected official in years that is telling you the truth!" Of course, the majority of liberals would rather believe in fairy tales and unicorns than face the truth. Further, despite their insistence that they care about others, they really only care about themselves.
Galenical Wrote: May 28, 2012 10:41 AM
I will believe Christie is a conservative when he signs a bill allowing the good people of New Jersey the same Constitutional rights as I have here in neighboring PA.

I realized what a faker he is when he did not fully pardon that poor fellow who got arrested for "carrying" unloaded firearms in the trunk of his car. Christie is just a loud mouth blow-hard. Actions are what counts, not words.

Winston Churchill captured what this presidential election is about when he observed “the inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries.”

It’s why the young black Democrat mayor of Newark, NJ, Cory Booker, got high level repudiation from the Obama campaign, including from the president himself, when he insolently suggested that Bain Capital, the investment firm once headed by Mitt Romney, might actually do positive things.

Booker, an Obama campaign surrogate, went off script on Meet the Press when he refused to justify a campaign attack ad depicting...