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Elizabeth Warren attacks … Ready for Warren

Elizabeth Warren attacks … Ready for Warren

for “confusing donors about a non-existent run for president.”

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.


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She’s not running now, but that doesn’t mean anything. Certainly she would rather her supporters not give money to some other organization that is outside of her control, so this makes sense. At this stage in 2006, Barack Obama was not running either.

Henry Hawkins | August 22, 2014 at 5:03 pm

When it comes to Warren and her ilk on the left, a cynical assessment is often most accurate. I’ll bet this only means that Ready For Warren is using illegal or unethical methods to raise funds, Warren’s team just found out about it, and they are now making sure she is completely insulated from it.

    Not A Member of Any Organized Political in reply to Henry Hawkins. | August 22, 2014 at 7:24 pm

    uh…..”What Difference Does it Make Now?” to quote fellow Millionaire Hillary…..

    Estragon in reply to Henry Hawkins. | August 23, 2014 at 2:37 am

    Precisely. Or she had a falling out or major disagreement with the principals in the group.

    Cynicism may be a white man’s attitude, but ugly squaw speak with forked tongue.

Henry Hawkins | August 22, 2014 at 5:05 pm

PS: Part of the cynical approach is to consider Warren’s phrase “confusing donors” as a euphemism for “defrauding donors” or “tricking donors”.

Warren reminds me of Comrade Kaprugina from Dr. Zhivago–a humorless old scold.

Why would she worry about confusing donors if she isn’t looking for donations?

This is exactly what it claims to be, a declaration that the named organization is operating on its own, not as part of her organization.

She HAS to do this in order to avoid legal complications when she goes public as running.

Squaw Warren: You wantum wampum to backum to white eyes,’Yo?

Not A Member of Any Organized Political | August 22, 2014 at 7:22 pm

Then why did she wait so long?

Her months and months on end of doing nothing about this political action pac raising money makes her look like a ……..

They’ve got millions by now.

Warren is too smart to run this cycle.

Obama is collapsing as we speak. Obamacare is set to absolutely IMPLODE (even more than it has already) when the employer mandate finally kicks in. Most investors are in agreement that there is a serious economic crash in the very near future. The Middle East is on fire while Obama golfs.

No Democrat is going to be able to win in 2016. So Warren is very wisely chosing to wait.

Hillary, unfortunately for her, simply cannot. There are already serious questions about how old she is. She CAN NOT run in another 4 years. This is her last chance.

Warren is letting Hillary be the McCain. The candidate everybody knows is never going to win, but they put them out anyway so the party doesn’t just put out a crazy. Then in 4 years Warren is going to be the ‘new’ face of the Democrat party after the media spends 4 years bashing whatever Republican has been elected.

    Estragon in reply to Olinser. | August 23, 2014 at 2:46 am

    There is something to this.

    A major part of Obama’s failures on the economy was his massive spending to avert the paid of the recession. Well, recessions aren’t a bad thing, they are a necessary part of the business cycle.

    Recessions squeeze out excesses and inefficiencies, force companies and families to hunker down and prioritize, and increase productivity. But there is a cost for this service in suffering and unemployment. The toll must be paid, there are no waivers.

    So many of the mortgage relief programs, extensions of unemployment, expanded food stamps and disability approvals, and the like ameliorated much of the pains, but also prevented that becoming leaner and meaner.

    The next President, to get us back on track, will have to make cuts. In benefits and in federal employment. He will probably have to address entitlement reform and tax reform and regulatory reform in short order. These will cause pain and disruption that was postponed by Obama’s palliative measures.

    The public doesn’t like to take its medicine. The next GOP President is likely to be a one-terming unless he manages a Reaganesque recovery in his fourth year.

TrooperJohnSmith | August 22, 2014 at 9:07 pm

Lizzy got a 2:00 a.m. phone call that started with, “Mawnin’ sweet pea, this is Jimmy Caw-ville. Yeah, that one. Now you bett’a make sure that you’ awake, cuz I’m jis’ gonna tell ya this nice, once…”

A fake Indian complaining about a fake campaign.

Don’t read her words. Read her smoke signals. If ever anyone were running for President, it’s Princess Lizzy Warren.

And she’s damn good at it, too.

The only thing scarier than her reentering the race is that she might win and we would have a president dumber than Obobo.

why do politicians make fists like that for the camera? do they think it makes them look tough? if she hit anything with fists like that she would snap her spindly little wrists.