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I Call It Like I See It on the #BankLobbyistAct

I Call It Like I See It on the #BankLobbyistAct

Elizabeth Warren

I ran for the United States Senate because I wanted to protect working families from another financial crisis.

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Those that are “upset” are not demo’s Senator Warren. They are soulless hacks that have been sold and bought by big money. Glad you’re there fighting the good fight, one more time.


“Nobody’s saviour” indeed, however, compared to other Congresscritters Warren continues to be in the top 5 percentiile of progressive electeds.

Warren’s main fault is sontinuing to associate with a Party addicted to corporate money.


Forgive me, but self-driving past level 3 ‘driver assist’ (by which most safety features sans ‘platooning’ are possible), losing the driver’s constant attention to road conditions ‘loses’ an indispensable safety device.
Do You stand corrected on that, madam? No cars ever without a “driver aboard driving”.
Recommended reading:
Harper Lee “Go set a Watchman”
a must-read Important 1st novel unchanged.

Oh, just shut up. We’ve all made mistakes, and some have learned from them. Ms. Warren, while not my ideal radical leftist, has learned more and faster than just about anyone. Who would you name as having come farther in a shorter time?

Not “mad” (angry), just sad, with a touch of pity.

Although I do notrecall when I first heard “In the land of the blind the one eyed man is king”. Its been well over a half century.

It certainly applies to 21st century DC.

While Warren’s track record may be tantamount to a one eyed elected…its all relative.

It’s easy to explain why all is lost and we’re doomed. It takes a lot more work to come up with credible ways forward.

“The sickness unto death is despair.”
–Soren Kierkegaard