Her firm, The Rose Law Firm, also represented the despicable, anti-labor chicken processing giant, Tyson Foods, which is based in Arkansas.
It's interesting. In watching campaign discussions on MSNBC over the weekend, the "experts" (I'm guessing just about all of whom are for Clinton), are now saying things like, "Well, Bernie may be popular in Iowa, but it's all about who has the team in place to turn out their supporters on caucus night, and Hillary's got the machinery". And, "Yes, he might win one or both elections in Iowa and New Hampshire, but there is no way Sanders can win South Carolina". Surprisingly, Republican pundits, like (Uncle Tom) Micheal Steele, say good things about Bernie's campaign, but are doing so because they think they could more easily beat him in a general election than Hillary. I think they're very wrong about that, in part because a lot of Bernie's supporters (like me) will NEVER go over to Hillary if she is the nominee. Bernie is the Democrat's one shot at our votes. I also think that they are not paying attention to Bernie's volunteer ground game in the early states. He's putting everything into those states, in the order they come up in the primaries. After getting established in IA and NH (and catching or passing Hillary in the polling), he is now spending most of his time in South Carolina, where he was this entire past weekend. He is a very shrewd politician, who managed to win 70% of the vote, as a Social Democrat, in a very conservative, rural state for over 30 years. You discount him at your peril. Bernie 2016!