When will they call him Romney with a 'D'?

Another blue-state Democrat is in the race.  I guess he will sound just like the others and blame President Trump for all the problems in the world.

We are talking about Deval Patrick, the former governor of Massachusetts.

Patrick may find a hostile stage of fellow Democrats, especially when one of his previous employers comes into the conversation.

This is an example of what he may hear from Markos Moulitsas: We knocked Romney for working at Bain Capital, Deval Patrick doesn't get a pass for doing the same.

The "beef" against Bain Capital is that it represents "vulture capitalism," another silly slogan promoted by the Left.

Like others, Bain Capital dismantled companies in trouble and downsized their operations.  It usually created a leaner company by laying off people.

To be honest, I'd probably have been angry at Bain Capital if my job had been downsized.  At the same time, it is realistic that laying off people can turn a company around.

So what happens to Patrick now?  He may create some excitement in the black community because of his close association with President Obama.

Unfortunately for Patrick, and Democrats, he is not going to propose anything new.  He has to preach to the choir, and this choir is way to the left.

So he'll get a lot of publicity for now and fade quickly.

By the way, Bain Capital just removed Patrick from its website

PS: You can listen to my show (Canto Talk) and follow me on Twitter.

Another blue-state Democrat is in the race.  I guess he will sound just like the others and blame President Trump for all the problems in the world.

We are talking about Deval Patrick, the former governor of Massachusetts.

Patrick may find a hostile stage of fellow Democrats, especially when one of his previous employers comes into the conversation.

This is an example of what he may hear from Markos Moulitsas: We knocked Romney for working at Bain Capital, Deval Patrick doesn't get a pass for doing the same.

The "beef" against Bain Capital is that it represents "vulture capitalism," another silly slogan promoted by the Left.

Like others, Bain Capital dismantled companies in trouble and downsized their operations.  It usually created a leaner company by laying off people.

To be honest, I'd probably have been angry at Bain Capital if my job had been downsized.  At the same time, it is realistic that laying off people can turn a company around.

So what happens to Patrick now?  He may create some excitement in the black community because of his close association with President Obama.

Unfortunately for Patrick, and Democrats, he is not going to propose anything new.  He has to preach to the choir, and this choir is way to the left.

So he'll get a lot of publicity for now and fade quickly.

By the way, Bain Capital just removed Patrick from its website

PS: You can listen to my show (Canto Talk) and follow me on Twitter.