“I may give up on this POTUS thing and just focus on making sure Elizabeth Warren doesn’t get in the Senate.” – Jazz Shaw
We’ve all heard Elizabeth Warren’s schtick aboot how no one gets rich on their own, encase the person who got rich had to travel on roads that were build by other people and blah blah blah, yackity schmackity. Personality, I think it’s horsehit. The man who had the initiative to use roads to build a company and create jobs isn’t forever indebted to the man who only used those roads for sick time and vacation pay, never mind the fact that the first man’s company could probably build those roads twice as fast and for less money.
It’s clear Elizabeth Warren is going all in on the Occupy Wall Street rhetoric that’s been endorsed by the rest of the Democrat party, though as Jazz Shaw points out, apparently she may not be the champion of the middle class that she claims to be…
While Marsha Coakley and Lizzy Warren share the same personal flaws of being out of touch with the Massachusetts middle class, the Harvard professor also has a potential deadly political sin in her background. Maybe it is the reason President Obama didn’t nominate her to head up the consumer agency. It is not a secret that his administration believed Lizzy couldn’t survive the Senate confirmation process.
One of the Harvard professor’s many well-com-pensated part-time gigs included consulting for Travelers Insurance. I know that it is hard to believe that on one hand, Democrats would be bashing an industry, and on the other hand they are making money from it. To be a Democrat is to be a hypocrite.
What did Lizzy do to earn $44,000 in compensation from the insurance company? She made it harder for claimants to collect.
Of course, she would need to have an opponent whose willing to fight and throw her class warfare rhetoric back in her face, two things current Sen. Scott Brown hasn’t seemed willing to do. What is it with cats from Massachusettes thinking that if they campaign as slightly better than their opponent, it’ll work?