One of my favorite tweeters, Richard Nixon, had this to offer this morning:
"Man of the people." "Child of the ghetto." "Remembers where he comes from." "The far left will love him." pic.twitter.com/Ubn632ppz6
— Richard M. Nixon (@dick_nixon) March 28, 2016
Which threw me back to a post I did on Corey a few years ago:
Now, to be fair to Corey, that diatribe is a muddled mess leading to a suggestion to open a New Jersey diner in Hawaii. That really isn’t necessary or a shortcoming of Hawaii. And, quite frankly, is a waste of taxpayers time and money discussing it on the floor.
However, what perplexed me most about Dick’s comment was “the far left will love him”.
This was Corey’s thoughts on “far left” not too long ago:
Ugh, I'm not a marxist, socialist, I have a birth certificate, I wear a flag lapel pin & I love Apple Pie.. RT @MWadeNC: R u a marxist?
— Cory Booker (@CoryBooker) September 27, 2011
So, he’s not “far left” by his own definition. He just wants to decriminalize drugs, and agrees with every single thing Obama tells him to, including selling out Israel for Iran.