A lot has been written about how hard Barack Obama worked in a failed effort to get Jon Corzine re-elected as Governor of New Jersey.
In just the last two weeks, Obama made three campaign appearances for Corzine. Obama’s VP Joe Biden made two campaign appearances for Corzine. And a top Obama advisor was put in charge of the Corzine campaign.
As Hot Air noted, Obama and Corzine made it clear before the election just how closely aligned they are:
“He’s one of the best partners I have in the White House. We work together,” Mr. Obama said.
Mr. Corzine, entering the final push of his close re-election bid, wrapped himself in Mr. Obama’s brand, calling him “our friend, our partner.” Citing Mr. Obama’s win a year ago, he said a victory on Tuesday would help him support the White House’s agenda.
Michelle Malkin noted how Corzine paid homage to Big Labor and pluged Obamacare.
What I haven’t seen discussed much is how Obama and Corzine were “partners” in a radical left-wing agenda when they were both in the U.S. Senate.
In my opinion, some of the most radical left-wing Senators were those who voted against:
(Additional radical leftists joined in to vote against…
… but the most radical ones not only voted against confirmation but also voted against cloture in an attempt to filibuster the nomination).
Corzine voted against the confirmation of Roberts, and after Corzine became Governor of N.J., his hand-picked successor to his Senate seat, Robert Menendez, voted against cloture on the Alito nomination.
Look at the other names who voted against confirmation for Roberts and against cloture for Alito. In my opinion, they are some of the most radical leftists in government, and look at the positions they hold today. Here are the names, with just a few highlighted for emphasis, but they are all bad …