rescue thing was straight out of Hollywood.
But I have to keep it real with you, sometimes you Negroes tend to lose it when that little red light comes on. Cory lost it last Sunday on Meet the Press. Not because he strayed off the White House talking points and put a smack down on them for going all Bain Capital on Flipper, but because he admitted that he was a surrogate and did it. What kind of surrogate does that? O, with friends like these....
Please believe that one of Flipper's surrogates would not have done something like this. They would hold the party line and stick to the talking points no matter what. This is what certain folks do. You Negroes, on the other hand, just can't seem to stick together. I guess it's because you want to seem independent, which is fine, but don't pretend to be in O's camp and when he sends you out there you ad lib and lose the script.
In Corey's case, I want to believe that he genuinely has no problem with Bain Capital and other companies like it. But he also has to understand how politics works. Obama is trying to win a damn election, who cares if Flipper's feelings are hurt or if he is characterized as a bad guy? I know Cory Booker's black ass shouldn't. It's not like Flipper is going to do anything for Cory Booker and Newark, New Jersey if and when he becomes president. Bain Capital is fair game. If Flipper can defend their business practices that's fine, if not, the voters will decide. The same is true of universal health care and all the other policies Obama put into place.
Sorry Cory, I let the Chris Christie thing go; he is your governor, I can understand you palling around with him for a few laughs. This, on the other hand, I have to call you out on. Older black folks back used to say that if you don't have anything good to say you shouldn't say anything at all. You should have taken their advice yesterday. Now I see you trying to moonwalk your way out of your comments, but it's too late. A You Tube video from your office does not have the reach of NBC.
Let that be a lesson to you the next time you see that little red light come on.