By Bruce Karlson, staff writer
Cory Booker’s comments regarding Barack Obama’s attacks on Bain Capital were, for him, a “twofer.” I think he believes in the system and understands that profits are not evil. He is hardly a full throated capitalist but cannot buy into trashing his benefactors in downtown NYC. He actually believes that private sector money is critical to economic growth. Some of his time at Stanford was not wasted.
More importantly, he is a man with big plans, a long range game plan, and the horses to execute. He wants to be POTUS. The second and more important part of the “twofer” is that it fits his agenda and the regular Democrat practice of shooting the wounded. Obama may now be considered cooked as Booker would not dare cross him otherwise. Booker does NOTHING that would hinder his plan so, knowing what he is doing, he chucked Obama and his Chitown thugs, crooks … Continue Reading:Et tu, Cory? Booker is a man with a plan
By Derrick Hollenbeck, staff writer
Democrats know their supporters are generally not very smart. They know that to get their base to remember and understand a point they have to reduce it to a “four legs: good, two legs: bad” mantra. In recent years they have been very successful with this “reduce it to a bumper sticker” approach. By using Pavlovian conditioning they have trained their followers to foam at the mouth at the words “Gingrich” “DeLay” and “Halliburton.” Now they are trying to train their base to throw things at their TV sets when they hear the words “Bain Capital.”
So far they have had no success and at this rate they’re not likely to achieve their goal. The problem Team Obama has is clear: not even Democrats believe they should hate Bain Capital because Barack Obama says they must.
On Sunday the “Bain Capital is the enemy” scheme took a big hit when … Continue Reading:Obama can’t turn “Bain” into “Halliburton” because even Democrats don’t believe it