Cory Booker may soon be President

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    Cory Booker may soon be President

    Cory Booker , soon to be Democrat Senator from New Jersey is actually an interesting politician, does seem to bring different perspectives , doesnt always toe the liberal line...friend of Chris Christie, defender of Mitt Romney's business enterprises...

    However, it was funny how he addressed supposed rumors that he is gay, so so politically correctly.

    "And people who think I’m gay, some part of me thinks it’s wonderful. Because I want to challenge people on their homophobia. I love seeing on Twitter when someone says I’m gay, and I say, ‘So what does it matter if I am? So be it. I hope you are not voting for me because you are making the presumption that I’m straight.’ ”--Cory Booker

    Well, it matters a lot to guilty white liberals,  who would die to vote for an openly gay black candidate to show themselves how wonderfully tolerant they are.........so if Booker wants to sew up the Democratic Party nomination in 2020 or so, there is just one thing left to do.

    The coup de grace will be when Cory Booker gets an operation and becomes a transgendered gay woman!

    Gay, black and a woman...a "threefer" !!!!  

    Pandering guilty white liberals wouldn't be able to resist voting for "three minorities in one" Cory, er,  "Chelsea" Booker !!

     

     

     
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    Booker's coyness about his sexuality is a calculated response, but his point stands.  Why should it matter?  If you like his policy positions, ideas for improving government, improving the country, then you should vote for him.  Who he sleeps with is utterly irrelevant.  

     
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    Who he sleeps with is utterly irrelevant.

    Completely agree. On the other hand, I'd be a little concerned about his imaginary friend T-bone.

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/357064/cory-bookers-imaginary-friend-eliana-johnson

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    In response to DamainAllen's comment:

    Booker's coyness about his sexuality is a calculated response, but his point stands.  Why should it matter?  If you like his policy positions, ideas for improving government, improving the country, then you should vote for him.  Who he sleeps with is utterly irrelevant.  

    "who he sleeps with is utterly irrelevant" 

    Yes, sure, for a favored progressive like Booker, that is the media meme.


    No doubt if a Republicans gave a "calculated answer" he or she would be criticized severely for not coming out of the closet, and being afraid of who he is, and being a hypocrite etc etc.  

    Booker needs to give the Seinfeld response, if it is true: ..." I am not gay, not that there is anything wrong with that"...

    If Booker came out as gay, that would HELP his political career, there is no question about that.

     

     
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    If Booker came out as gay, that would HELP his political career, there is no question about that.

     



    How do you figure?  He's a shoe in to be a US Senator already.

     
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    "who he sleeps with is utterly irrelevant"  Yes, sure, for a favored progressive like Booker, that is the media meme.

     Good point, if he were a conservative he'd be utterly trashed.

     

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    If Booker came out as gay, that would HELP his political career, there is no question about that.

     

     



    How do you figure?  He's a shoe in to be a US Senator already.

     



    Time magazine:

    "But wait—it “doesn’t matter” who Booker sleeps with, right? Well, maybe it won’t in about 2030. But in our times, it does, though not in the way you might think: It could help him reach the highest heights.

    Especially by 2020, it might well even be a plus factor among a certain stratum of voters if Booker were gay—i.e. exactly the stratum that reveled in the enlightenment of cheering for a black presidential candidate. Booker is neither a comedian, larger than life, nor a preacher, and being “Supermayor” only goes so far—he could use a hook. With Obama now the new normal, blackness alone won’t do it anymore. Being gay would. And how about gay and black?



    Read more: http://ideas.time.com/2013/08/29/the-upside-of-out/#ixzz2dTHzL2ue

     

     
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    Re: Cory Booker may soon be President

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    If Booker came out as gay, that would HELP his political career, there is no question about that.

     


    If it was that easy, the closet door would break from all of the gopers stampeding out of it to try and look hip.

    But nope, they're mostly old, white and straight and gosh-darned proud of it.

     

     

     
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    But nope, they're mostly old, white and straight and gosh-darned proud of it.

     




    you managed to include your age, race and sexual preference bigotry all in one sentence!

     
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    [QUOTE]Well, it matters a lot to guilty white liberals,  who would die to vote for an openly gay black candidate to show themselves how wonderfully tolerant they are.........



    Good thing we've got you here to speak for all "white liberals".

     

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    Well, why not, we've got a bunch of left wingers speaking for the cons too.

     
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    If Booker came out as gay, that would HELP his political career, there is no question about that.

     

     

     

     


    If it was that easy, the closet door would break from all of the gopers stampeding out of it to try and look hip.

    But nope, they're mostly old, white and straight and gosh-darned proud of it.

     

     

     



    I seemed to noticed today on the news, it was mostly the old white straight crowd in Congress that support the insane attack on Syria. 

     

    They come in pretty handy for you now and then don't they? I suppose their IQ goes from 0 when they don't support your point of view to 200 when they do.

    That is the problem of hypocrisy that identity politics carries with it.

     
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    Re: Cory Booker may soon be President

    In response to chiefhowie's comment:

    I was trying to joke about this but It's a sad world we live in.

    When it's a show time, instead of policy. Anything to get in office for the $174,000 check.



    That check is nothing compared to the "honest graft" a senator makes.

    how many of these guys leave Washington as paupers?

     

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