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(Talking Points Memo)   Cory Booker's easy Senate win may be derailed by NJ Democrats upset that Booker was able to succeed without bribe-taking, and because he's friendly with evil Republican and walking funnel-cake Chris Christie   (livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com) divider line 19
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2013-07-05 05:08:59 PM  
He also said something nice briefly about Bain Capital in the summer of 2012, and Daily Kos (and many people on this website) practically wanted him kicked out of the party for doing so.
 
2013-07-05 05:27:44 PM  
Whatever.  Seems like his challenger is desperate if that's all he could come up with.  Weak sauce, as well as being part of the problem.
 
2013-07-05 06:07:37 PM  
Cory Booker is the kind of politician we want in office. I don't care if he's blowing Christie on the side.
He makes good decisions and cares about his constituents. Let's not fark this up, guys.
 
2013-07-05 07:56:59 PM  
It's a democratic primary.  What do you expect him to say - "My enormously popular opponent is a loyal democrat committed to advancing the party's principles?"  He has to go negative to win with his polling numbers, and the way to go negative in a primary is to portray the other guy as too centrist.
 /We have enough wall street dems in office already

//I hope Booker won't be another one
 
2013-07-05 08:06:20 PM  
Doubtful.

They'd have to find him with a dead hooker or a live boy to derail him.
 
2013-07-05 08:07:18 PM  
I'm perfectly fine with a Dem who are willing to talk with non-durpy Republicans. The last thing we need is for the Dems to start acting like Republicans and treat the other party like they're the enemy.
 
2013-07-05 08:07:33 PM  
His opponent?  You guessed it:

etrangermysterieux.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-07-05 08:13:22 PM  
Go screw yourself, Mr. Rep.  You're part of the reason our political system is messed up.
 
2013-07-05 08:15:02 PM  
Booker loves Wall Street. Already too many of those sycophants in the donkey party.
 
2013-07-05 08:17:04 PM  
A politician catching heat for having the gall to not treat someone from an opposing political party like the antichrist strapped to a child molester? Gee, that's never happened before...

i80.photobucket.com
 
2013-07-05 08:38:32 PM  
This DINO is not pure!  This DINO is not pure!  Hell, he ain't even takin' bribes!  I happen to know, ladies'n gentlemen, this miscreant here, this very evening, he interfered with a U.S. Representative inna transaction with his constichency!

It's true!  I met with a certain public sector union, I don't believe I gotta mention its name, heh-heh... Ahem.  And this DINO here trampled all over our venerated observances an' rich'ls!  Now this-here candidacy is over!  Wait a minute!  Wait a minute!  Is you is or is you ain't Democrats?
 
2013-07-05 08:53:42 PM  

Via Infinito: Cory Booker is the kind of politician we want in office. I don't care if he's blowing Christie on the side.
He makes good decisions and cares about his constituents. Let's not fark this up, guys.


Christie's cum is probably sweet creme filling like you find in a chocolate eclair.  Which is farking delicious..
 
2013-07-05 08:58:04 PM  
Shocking. A Democrat running against Booker is upset with Booker. Fetch me my fainting couch!
 
2013-07-05 09:12:53 PM  
Mr. Booker is a class act.
He is the type of politician we need.

I hope that he goes really far.
 
2013-07-05 09:59:04 PM  

Old enough to know better: I'm perfectly fine with a Dem who are willing to talk with non-durpy Republicans. The last thing we need is for the Dems to start acting like Republicans and treat the other party like they're the enemy.


This. If everybody just sits angrily in their corner nothing gets done.
 
2013-07-05 10:15:18 PM  

Captain Dan: This DINO is not pure! This DINO is not pure! Hell, he ain't even takin' bribes! I happen to know, ladies'n gentlemen, this miscreant here, this very evening, he interfered with a U.S. Representative inna transaction with his constichency!

It's true! I met with a certain public sector union, I don't believe I gotta mention its name, heh-heh... Ahem. And this DINO here trampled all over our venerated observances an' rich'ls! Now this-here candidacy is over! Wait a minute! Wait a minute! Is you is or is you ain't Democrats?


Sharpe James, is that you?
 
2013-07-05 11:24:20 PM  
lol @ "walking funnel cake"
 
2013-07-06 12:45:05 AM  
Booker and Christie both get things done by personally showing up and doing the farking work.

The fact that the Mayor of the State's largest City and the Governor of a state have a lot to talk about is not surprising.

Frankly, I'd vote for either of them for anything, mostly because I am sure they'd get it done.

So when is Christie going to tell the 600 towns in Bergen country to consolidate their police and fire department executives ?
 
2013-07-06 02:06:23 AM  
So Republicans are pissed that Christie worked with a Democrat, but working with him made things better.

And Democrats are pissed that Booker worked with a Republican, but working with him made things better.

So...yeah.
 
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