“Washington whatever?” You really don’t know the difference between those two papers? You think they’re interchangeable?
They both had articles about the same study. Does it make you feel better to get linked to the exact same study from the Washington Post instead of the Washington Times? Or, again, I could just link you right to the study. America is not a democracy.
So, with that out of the way, would you like to have an intellectually honest discussion about Cory Booker, or would rather keep getting distracted by the names of irrelevant newspapers? You wrote a whole article about Cory Booker, but you don’t seem to want to talk about Cory Booker. It seems like you’d rather talk about Bernie Sanders.
But, not me. I came here to talk about Cory Booker. Can you make some solid arguments about why I should support a guy like Cory Booker in spite of how his top donors include Goldman Sachs, corporate law firms, and NorPAC who, again, also donated to the campaigns of Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnel, Marco Rubio, and Ted Cruz. Did you look up NorPAC yet? Just tell me why you like Cory Booker. We can start with that. What do you like about this guy, exactly?
You don’t really seem to have kept up with this story, or read or understand this article.
I mean, I know that Booker voted ‘Nay’ and that the official Senate description of the purpose of the amendment, as given by senate.gov, is, “To establish a deficit-neutral reserve fund relating to lower prescription drug prices for Americans by importing drugs from Canada.” I read your spin on the matter, but I don’t agree with you, and I don’t really need any article to unpack that for me. It’s pretty simple. Some Senators were attempting to do something they believed would lower prescription drug prices for Americans, and Cory Booker voted against it.
I don’t think Cory Booker has your back or my back. You can either try to convince me I’m wrong, or continue making personal attacks at me and dodging every question and cogent point I make in favor of getting all up in arms about newspaper names. LOL.