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Elizabeth Warren is a feature, not a bug, for liberals

Elizabeth Warren is a feature, not a bug, for liberals

I don’t know what’s going to happen Tuesday.  The polls, with just a couple of exceptions, say Elizabeth Warren is ahead.  I still believe in miracles.

How can that be, many of us wonder, given her ethnic impersonation and other questionable aspects of her political persona.  You know them all, I won’t belabor the points at this 11th hour.

So how is she a contender?

To liberals everything that we see as bugs in Elizabeth Warren, they see as features.

This post at HuffPo by Brent Budowsky says it all, Elizabeth Warren Would Be The Conscience Of The United States Senate (emphasis mine):

Besides the election for president, in my humble opinion the Massachusetts Senate race is by far the most important election in the nation, and may well be the most important Senate election in a generation.

If Elizabeth Warren is elected on Tuesday, our national politics and the interests of voters in Massachusetts will be lifted by the most powerful, authentic, and courageous voice for fairness and integrity that Washington has witnessed in many years.

If Elizabeth Warren is defeated by an opponent who has attacked her heritage and even her intellect with ads paid for by bailed out bankers abusing millions of people on their credit cards and mortgages and bank fees, it would be an epic disaster for women, workers, consumers, seniors and the poor….

Elizabeth Warren makes me proud to be an American.

Elizabeth Warren makes me proud to be a Democrat.

Elizabeth Warren makes me prouder than any candidate I have ever supported in since this once-young man supported a gentleman named Robert Francis Kennedy.

I have seen many Senators come and go and I have no doubt that if elected Elizabeth Warren would be the conscience of the Senate. Because she speaks for the best in you— and me—and Massachusetts—and America.

Budovsky is not alone.  Liberals have convinced themselves that Elizabeth Warren is the victim of a veritable hate crime because people “attacked her heritage,” a heritage which does not in fact exist.  

Catching Elizabeth Warren having misrepresented herself throughout her career apparently is the worst thing we could have done

During this campaign season the liberal perpetrator became the victim and then the hero.

With everything we have learned about Elizabeth Warren since late April, and seeing how she is lionized by the progressive movement, I’m just left to wonder.

What are you gonna do with people like that?

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Budowsky also thinks Hillary voters will carry Obama to victory.

“What are you gonna do with people like that?”

Nothing. It’s in your nature and my nature to leave them be.

But, to tweak Trotsky,

“You and I may not be interested in them, but they are interested in us.”

Given the chance to control our lives, they’ll jump at it.

“During this campaign season the liberal perpetrator became the victim and then the hero.”

Only in this life.

What are you gonna do with people like that?

My suggestion, don’t vote for them. But hey, thats just me…

This proves there is no way to rationally argue with leftists. Conscience of the Senate? Does that not require TRUTH? A sense of right and wrong?
My sense of righteous indignation has reached an all time high during these past four years. I want to fall on the floor, pound my fists and scream “I just can’t take it anymore!”

It boggles one’s mind, doesn’t it? I try so hard not to be a ideologue. I try to be as open minded as I can and to weigh the facts before me instead of making a decision about something based on my own opinion of how I WANT things to be. One of the tricks I employ is to imagine someone I really disagree with saying what the guy I like is saying. If I would disagree with that person, then maybe I should take another look at my guy.

It seems so easy…

legalizehazing | November 4, 2012 at 5:12 pm

I don’t know what did Romney do? He’s been pretty successful.

Pay attention. You are listening to yellow dog Democrats.

Then call them on it.

They attack and marginalize my heritage regularly. Whether it was serfdom under an aristocracy; slavery under Islam; death under the Mongols; progressive, involuntary exploitation under communism; extermination by socialists; discrimination by human and civil rights leaders; my ancestry has a heritage second to none. Why doesn’t my ancestry and personal experience have the same emotional appeal?

Nuke ’em from orbit. It’s the only way to be sure.

/sarc (did I really have to? They do seem like aliens from another planet sometimes.))

P.S. Warren wouldn’t have made it this far without the complicity and approval of the Mass Media.

They must be punished somehow for their perfidy.

    Murphy in reply to jakee308. | November 4, 2012 at 5:50 pm

    As Pat Caddell said, “The media has now become the enemy of the American people”
    But how to hold them accountable? I don’t listen to them but millions still do.

      Dimsdale in reply to Murphy. | November 5, 2012 at 8:33 am

      Pull an Alinsky: ridicule them, privately, publicly but always loudly. If the ever shrinking MSM doesn’t catch on, the voters will.

      It is unfortunate that the low information voters, aka Democrats, are so easily swayed by biased polls and biased papers. They live for the 15 second soundbite.

1. A month ago, I commented:

… The prosperous, superbly credentialed, highly intelligent, deeply caring people who are so numerous in MA accept Warren’s narrative at face value and defend it ferociously.

Because they’re running the same scam Warren is. Wrecking the country for their own benefit while pretending to be stewards.

2. For a certain kind of person, being a professional conscience is a sweet gig: influence without responsibility, and moral superiority thrown in. The same kind of person is attracted to the power without responsibility that a regulator has.

3. Elizabeth Warren, the Conscience of the Senate? I don’t know whether to laugh or throw up.

4. Iirc I cautioned some time ago that a Radical Caucus might take shape in the Senate: Sanders, Baldwin, Warren, and maybe others. Hopefully not.

In the not-to-distant future [a matter of a few years], I hope to retire to Central America or the Caribbean and get out of the liberal hellhole that has become America. I seek a warmer climate, a lower cost of living, personal freedom, lower taxes, and liberty.

That’s my answer to what has become of my country.

Give them everything East of the Mississippi… we take everything west ….then the hell with them

    MaggotAtBroadAndWall in reply to Aggie95. | November 4, 2012 at 6:13 pm

    Give them California, too, and it’s a deal.

    Bruno Lesky in reply to Aggie95. | November 4, 2012 at 8:39 pm

    Worth pursuing. Californians to Florida, Oregonians and Washingtonians to New England. New Mexicans to Ohio.

    Set aside part of Nevada and/or Colorado for any Israelis wanting to emigrate, depending on Tuesday’s results.

    Count me in.

Jack The Ripper | November 4, 2012 at 5:39 pm

FACT: Brent Budowsky was a legislative aide to Lloyd Bentsen.

FACT: Brent Budowsky thought that the Scooter Libby prosecution was “serious business,” despite the fact that Valerie Plame did not fall withinn the category of those covered by the FISA statute.

FACT: Brent Budowsky thinks that Elizabeth Warren has been attacked by people who are bigoted against American Indians.

RESOLVED: Fools are never safe from themselves, and neither are the rest of us.

“If Elizabeth Warren is defeated by an opponent who has attacked her heritage and even her intellect…”

Note the wonderful artiface of that LIE…!!!

NOBODY has attacked Warren’s “heritate”, only the lack of her veracity regarding it, which is manifest. If ANYBODY has besmirched her heritage, it is Warren.

Nobody has attacked her intellect, only her corrupt use of it in ways OPPOSITE of what she now claims, and her utterly dishonest life.

I will not be surprised if the voters of Massachusetts elect Elizabeth Warren to the Senate. This is same electorate that kept Teddy Kennedy, “the Lion of Senate,” in office for another 40 years after he left a young woman to die at Chappaquidick.

Elizabeth Warren Would Be The Conscience Unconsciousness Of The United States Senate and the dare I say people, of Massachusetts.

Fixed that for ya’ Brent Baby..

Another quick thought…

If Lyin’ Lizzie were to be the “conscience of the Senate” that would close to loop for the Senate to being the equal to the UN, where the most bloodthirsty pirate states now preside over the “Human Rights” of the world.

If Elizabeth Warren is elected, it will confirm my suspicions that the public, (at least in MA), has been dumbed down to a level that cannot comprehend common sense.

Once that barrier has been breached, so has the public trust that is expected of our elected officials.

Shame on MA if this happens…

In Nevada, Harry Reid, got re-elected by painting Sharon Angle as a crazy woman. Harry Reid had 15 percent popularity….but…. people don’t vote for the “crazy woman”……Hoping that’s the case in Mass…..

casualobserver | November 4, 2012 at 8:13 pm

Regardless of what you may think about Ann Coulter, she nailed it in describing liberals as rallying to faux-victims. Here we see that by making Warren a victim of supposed attacks, she becomes more sympathetic to the left. I am not convinced a sufficient number of independents will buy that here in MA, but we will see. Brown suffers from being tied to ‘radical’ conservatives like Akin, et al. Witness his ads where he suggests he is not closely associated with either party, and touts his independent record as measured by outside groups. It will be very close.

“Conscience of the Senate,” indeed! To the left, a lying, corrupt fraud is a person worthy of admiration as long as they adhere to the Party Line.

There are NO “liberals” left in the Democratic Party. There are ONLY America-hating Marxists who will lie, cheat, and steal in their quest for totalitarian power.

You can NOT persuade a Leftist, arguing with them or discussing or negotiating is absolutely pointless. They will only concede ground when forced to, and only temporarily. Their word is worthless.

The reason the Left makes common cause with the radical islamists is they share a common enemy: the freedom-loving, capitalist West. And it will end with both in the same fashion: either we kill all of them, or they kill all of us.

The AFL-CIO stopped by the house today and left a flyer urging me to vote for Barry and Liz. The flyer’d my whole neighborhood.

They were from workingamerica.org

Unions are working hard for Lizzie.

Groan

The Mass Democratic Party’s base is motivated by revenge, their nominee (Warren) was party anointed. How many institutions lost their integrity on in the effort to for Scott Brown to lose? It isn’t even about party platform or public policy, just revenge. It’s total tribal mentality with my friends.

After Tuesday, all the Democrats who supported Brown need to either take control of their party or move on and create an alternative for Democrats. The State Republican party is very weak, and is afraid to deal with social issues. In fact state Republicans can be far most socially liberal then the Democrats. While not ‘pro-life’ many Democrats support public policy that is supportive of that position, and still recognize the importance of mothers and father even if we can no longer call it marriage.

http://news.bostonherald.com/news/politics/view.bg?articleid=1061172431

UMass Lowell/Herald poll: Senate race deadlocked

The poll shows Brown holding a 49-48 percent advantage over Warren among likely voters, dispelling earlier polls and Democratic claims of a small Warren lead. The one-point lead is well within the poll’s 4.1 percent margin of error.

Henry Hawkins | November 4, 2012 at 9:55 pm

This is the second time we’ve read Scott Brown’s political obituary.

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