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May 22, 2012

Hope And Change

From WSJ:

Presidents who have to take their own party allies to the woodshed for the offense of telling the truth don't tend to win re-election.

Cory Booker, the Democratic Mayor of Newark, dared to disagree with Obama's campaign strategy of attacking Bain Capital and the private-equity business.

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...and the walk-back.
AND the "edited" walk-back.
AND the President's unexpected " I've supported "private" capital the whole time. EVERYBODY KNOWS that it's essential to ...the economy stupid"

And, ya' just GOT to know, Remarks from NJ's Governor (who apparently plays well with "others" in a non-partisan kind of way) CERTAINLY is making heads simply pop in the Newark/Trenton/Atlantic City triangle.

Can't wait for Mayor Bloomberg to indicate he believe his input matters.

Posted by: CaptDMO | May 22, 2012 11:42:45 PM