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Elizabeth Warren knocks it out of the park!!!

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She's a fucking bulldog!! Love her!!

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zD7zM9K0X4c

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Just more of the same sadly...

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAgJaIwdXLI&feature=player_embedded

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Get ride of the "player embedded" part.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=&v=9rbA8wbuHnU

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=&v=9rbA8wbuHnU

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Get ride of the "player embedded" part.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=&v=9rbA8wbuHnU

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=&v=9rbA8wbuHnU

 

 

God I love her

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Me too.  There really needs to be a true third party.  The common fucking sense party.

 

 

The non-corporatist go fuck yourself tea party party. :)

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She's introducing a bill to have a modern Glass-Stegal.

 

I saw that, it's like when Danzig re-released "Mother" as "Mother 93".  So she is calling this one "21st Century Glass-Steagall Act"

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6_B6zhENrQ

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Elizabeth Warren 1, CNBC Hosts 0

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONEcoq9pjac&feature=player_embedded

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Elizabeth Warren 1, CNBC Hosts 0

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONEcoq9pjac&feature=player_embedded

 

Damn, that was a butt-whippin'!  Didn't somebody tell them that you never bring checkers to a three dimensional chess match?

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I like how the hosts/interviewers talk louder as if that will help their argument.

 

Agreed, and I like how they completely toss aside any trappings of honest journalism and show their true colors as the industry shills they are.  Big respect for Warren, she really has a way of boiling things down to their essence.

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What is her position on Syria ?

 

doggy style

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doggy style

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The real question is;  Who is giving it to her ?...

 

 

 

O'bomba

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http://washingtonexaminer.com/elizabeth-warren-or-lyndon-larouche-see-if-you-can-tell/article/2537303

 

That said, his ad makes arguments not terribly different from those of top Democratic stars. That made the Washington Examiner wonder: Could a person pick out the LaRouche quotes from those of somebody like Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., herself a major fan of Glass-Steagall?

 

The Examiner has placed a dozen quotes from both below — LaRouche words from The Hill ad; Warren words from various speeches and interviews. See if you can tell who said what:

1. "It is time for Congress to break with the Wall Street banksters, their stooge in the White House, and their stooges on Capitol Hill."

2. "[Glass-Steagall] would reduce 'too big' by dismantling the behemoths, so that big banks would still be big — but not too big to fail or, for that matter, too big to manage, too big to regulate, too big for trial, or too big for jail."

3. "People feel like the system is rigged against them. And here is the painful part: they're right. The system is rigged."

4. "It is the American People who are too big to fail. It is their General Welfare that must be promoted, not that of Wall Street."

5. "Americans are fighters. We're tough, resourceful and creative, and if we have the chance to fight on a level playing field, where everyone pays a fair share and everyone has a real shot, then no one — no one can stop us."

6. "Who will be today's Glass and Steagall, not just when nothing is at stake, but under political combat conditions? Who is really serious about the future of our nation?"

7. "Now, where are the patriotic Democrats and Republicans who will act to defend the U.S. population's General Welfare against Wall Street?"

8. "We should never forget the consequences of letting financial behemoths hold our economy hostage. ... We managed to avoid that grim fate, but our economy still suffered a staggering body-blow."

9. "Wall Street's parasitical speculative activity is a cancer on the body politic. It needs to be removed, not fed."

10. "Those with power fight to take care of themselves and to feed at the trough for themselves, even when it comes at the expense of working families getting a fair shot at a better future."

 

The answers to who said what can be found on the link.

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http://money.cnn.com/2013/12/17/pf/employer-credit-checks/

 

Senator Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat from Massachusetts, proposed the Equal Employment for All Act with six other senators. Under the bill, employers would no longer be able to require prospective employees to go through a credit check or reject them due to negative information in a credit report.

 

Such practices have become common among businesses. A report released this year from liberal think-tank Demos found that one in ten unemployed Americans have been denied a job due to information in their credit reports. And these checks are conducted for all kinds of positions -- from entry level to senior management.

 

Bad credit can be a result of many factors, but one of the most common reasons is the loss of a job and subsequently, health insurance -- which makes it difficult to keep up with the bills, Demos found.

 

Warren, along with other advocates of the bill, say that employer credit checks are therefore keeping many people out of the labor market who need jobs the most. In addition, there's no proof that a person's credit has any correlation with job performance, and these checks have also been shown to unfairly impact certain groups of people -- including women, minorities, students and seniors.

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http://washingtonexaminer.com/why-elizabeth-warren-should-run-for-president/article/2547688
 

Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren is starting a publicity tour for her new campaign-style book, A Fighting Chance. As she talks to the press, Warren is repeating previous statements that she will not run for president in 2016. But her denials aren't really denials, and her party's unique presidential circumstances give Warren plenty of room to run. Judging by what she has said publicly, there's no reason to rule out a Warren candidacy.

 

First, the non-denial denials. This week ABC's David Muir asked Warren, "Are you going to run for president?" Warren's response was, "I'm not running for president."

 

That's the oldest lawyerly evasion in the book. Warren, a former law professor, did not say, "I am not going to run for president." Instead, she said she is "not running," which could, in some sense, be true when she spoke the words but no longer true by, say, later this year.

 


 

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