May
20
2012

#rsrh Poor Impulse Control Watch: the Online Left vs. Cory Booker.

You know, I’m not exactly sure why this fairly commonsense observation by Newark mayor (and Democrat) Cory Booker that maybe you shouldn’t demonize quite so heavily the private equity industry…

…is worth quite this much vituperation from the Left in response.

:pause:

Yes, that was me being sarcastic.  I’m quite aware that Cory Booker committed apostasy today – use of term deliberate – and that the rather sad fanatics that think themselves the Left’s self-appointed Committee for the Propagation of Virtue and Prevention of Vice will act accordingly.  Interesting to see how he bears up under it, yes?

5 Comments

  • earlgrey says:

    it is all about the goal of controlling what people say and think. Not really more complicated than that.

    BTW, liberals when a conservative zings you and you say “it is more complicated than that” with out backing it up you have conceded your argument.

  • Wombat-socho says:

    Booker needs those people like he needs a hole in the head. I’ll bet none of them are his constituents, nor have any of them done jack to help Newark. So what does he care what they think?

  • BigGator5 says:

    WE ACCEPT HIM! ONE OF US! ONE OF US! WE ACCEPT HIM! GOOBLE GOBBLE! GOOBLE GOBBLE!

  • NotSoBlueStater says:

    Simple fact: If Romney can simply demonstrate to America that he understands economics, a woman’s access to reproductive healthcare choices is in jeopardy. Discrediting his work at Bain is EVERYTHING. Problem is, he did a great job at Bain, and people are going to figure that out eventually.

  • K M Scane says:

    To NSBS: Who are, ‘those who have to figure it out’?
    Those who cannot read an economics primer?{Hazlett?}
    Those who errantly believe The Gov’t Gots Money?
    Those that think increasing a tax rate brings in more revenue over time?

    If they do not know that Bain gained much more than was lost by now,will electroshock or a Clockwork Orange type treatment work out,for them ?

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