samhill wrote:No SB you are the one that tied McKay with a (what you call evil corp.)not me. Just your use of you Using you & others know your right & I have the nerve to say I think you are wrong says it all.
I could care less about McKay, but you dug up info about McKay to try and prove me wrong, when all along I was talking only about corporations and how libs like to complain about them. The writer of the article used McKay's name, so you want to blame the messenger. You, and you alone twisted the MacKay connection and your still trying to justify it.
Here's the entire paragraph, because it still seems you haven't read it.
"Eventually, the alliance became, essentially, a convener and funder of the party establishment. It welcomed several big unions to the table and took up side collections for candidates. And now it's formalized that role by electing Stocks as its chairman, replacing Rob McKay, heir to the Taco Bell fortune."
My comment was directed, as a sarcastic question, at the last three words - in light of how much libs like to complain about the rich and the evil corporations, etc.
And quoting something doesn't automatically make those words, or opinions, the words/opinions of the one doing the quoting.
Had you argued about Taco Bell being mentioned in the same quote you might have had a chance, because then, we'd have been talking more closely about the same thing.
Have a nice day.