- Post 21 May 2012
“Let me be clear. Mitt Romney has made his business record a centerpiece of his campaign. He's talked about himself as a job creator. And therefore it is reasonable, and in fact I encourage it ... for the Obama campaign to examine that record and discuss it. I have no problem with that," Newark, NJ Mayor Cory Booker (D) said in a message posted on YouTube.
"In fact, I believe that Mitt Romney, in many ways, is not being completely honest with his role and his record even while a businessperson, and is shaping it to serve his political interest and not necessary include all the facts of his time there," Booker said.
"I made it clear on 'Meet the Press' this morning how I feel President Barack Obama has done such a strong job as leader of our nation, and more than deserves re-election," he said.
"I used the word 'nauseating' on Meet the Press because that's really how I feel when I see people in my city struggling with real issues and still feeling the challenges of this economy," Booker said in the web video. "I get very upset when I see such a level of dialogue."
“Enough is enough. Stop attacking private equity. Stop attacking Jeremiah Wright," Booker said on "Meet the Press" earlier today.