Patronized by her inferiors

 "Small business, large business, who cares? As a Democrat, I like to mind EVERYONE's business!"

"Small business, large business, who cares? As a Democrat, I like to mind EVERYONE's business!"

Congresswoman Nydia Valezquez, a woman who has never held a job in the private sector, has this to say about Linda McMahon, Trump's nomination to head the Small business Administration:

 "I hope Ms. McMahon is a quick study," Velázquez said in a statement, saying, "the appointment to head this agency should be a leader with wisdom and knowledge, not a celebrity with a knack for entertainment."

Valezquez was a professor at Hunter College at a young age, where she advocated Puerto Rican independence, and has been a politician since 1993. She has no experience - zero - in running a business. McMahon, on the other hand, is a "celebrity" solely because she and her husband built the WFA empire from nothing. She not only started and grew that business, she served as its CEO and Chairman. 

So who's got a learning curve to overcome, someone who's been there and done it, or a hack politician whose sole talent is sneering at her betters?