Cory Booker finally speaks out on critical issue facing the nation–his March Madness bracket picks

By Scott St. Clair

Scott St. Clair1How special that The Star-Ledger has all the time in the world to grill Sen. Cory Booker on his NCAA men’s basketball tournament bracket picks and hold him accountable for his “gut thing” upset prediction of Stephen F. Austin over VCU. After all, didn’t New Jersey voters elect him to waste his time and their money this way?

Booker thinks his job consists of sending out marginally obscene Twitter messages, regaling Senate colleagues with how he drove to Hawaii and now gracing us with his round ball wisdom.

Maybe he’s bucking to win Warren Buffett’s $1 billion prize for the perfect March Madness bracket? Hope he wins – and then retires.

On issues facing the nation, he’s MIA. War or peace, Ukraine, excessive federal spending, the National Debt, the mass exodus of people from New Jersey because the place is too damned burdened with taxes to be affordable – where is he?

And how about answering questions that stem from the state comptroller’s scathing report on rampant corruption under his nose and on his watch while he was mayor of Newark? When will The Star-Ledger find time to grill him on that?

On them all he’s nowhere, that’s where. Care to ask him?

Scott St. Clair is the Communications Director for Murray Sabrin for U.S. Senate 2014

Posted: March 19th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: 2014 Elections, 2014 U.S. Senate race, Opinion | Tags: , , , | 2 Comments »

2 Comments on “Cory Booker finally speaks out on critical issue facing the nation–his March Madness bracket picks”

  1. The worst part... said at 12:58 pm on March 19th, 2014:

    It doesn’t help that he picked Virginia to win, if you’re gonna waste time while getting paid by taxpayers you may as well post a viable bracket!!

  2. Cowboy Cal said at 4:37 pm on March 19th, 2014:

    So what is “Maverick Murray’s” pick to win the Kentucky Derby this year? In 2008 he publicly announced to raise more money for his US Senate primary campaign he was going to bet campaign funds on a horse to win the Kentucky Derby. I think the horse came in third, just like Murray.