Healthcare/Pharma isn’t even on that list so you’re kind of proving my point (but it IS on Sanders’ top five list). Also posting something from the Washington Times really, REALLY proves my point.
Like I said, people can decide for themselves. You are cool with NorPAC, Sullivan & Cromwell, and Goldman Sachs being among Cory Booker’s top 5 campaign contributors. You are also cool with business being 75% of his PAC contributions and labor being 12%.
Not everyone else is cool with that.
Again, people can just assess the facts themselves. They don’t need me or you to tell them who is a corporatist or who works for the people. They can see who is donating to Cory Booker and decide for themselves what that means.
Also, why are you talking about Bernie Sanders? I didn’t say anything about him. I didn’t vote for the guy. You can also look him up and decide for yourself.
If you have a problem with the Washington Post and want to use that as an excuse to ignore a legitimate study they cited, allow me to link you directly to the study. I don’t like the Washington Post, either, but facts are facts and they came from an academic study. If you don’t like facts either, that’s cool, too. You don’t have to.