I’m beginning to think she might mean it.

Which will change in a heartbeat if for some reason Hillary doesn’t run.

But for now, Elizabeth Warren is disavowing any connection to Ready for Warren, and even suggesting the group may be raising funds under misleading pretenses.

The Daily Beast reports:

If Elizabeth Warren had to repeat herself this many times inside her Harvard Law classroom, she would have had to start failing students.

On Friday, the first-term Massachusetts senator sent a letter to the Federal Election Commission saying, yet again, she did not want to be a presidential candidate. In the letter, first reported by the Boston Globe, Warren’s lawyer, Marc Elias, disavows any involvement or support for Ready For Warren, an effort to encourage the Massachusetts senator to run for President.

Elias writes “This letter serves as a formal disavowal of the organization and its activity. The Senator has not, and does not, explicitly or implicitly, authorize, endorse, or otherwise approve of the organization’s activities.” He then emphasizes “To the contrary, Senator Warren has publicly announced that she is not running for president in 2016.” Elias then chastises Ready For Warren for “confusing donors about a non-existent run for president.”

Okay, maybe I can finally take “No” for an answer.

How about Ready for Vice President Warren?

Keep hope alive.