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"Elizabeth Warren can snatch the candidacy from Hillary"

Elizabeth Warren can snatch the candidacy from Hillary

It won’t be for a lack of trying. Elizabeth Warren is reaching right into the Democrat’s heart and soul to take the wind out of Hillary Clinton’s sails. Warren possesses energy and ideas. She knows Democrats’ priorities and if she continues with her messaging it will be transparent to Middle Class Americans that she is their champion. The LA Times is on the story and LA is a great place for Warren to make a statement.
Elizabeth Warren takes the stage in Los Angeles
Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images

"We don't win what we don't fight for."

[font color=red]You can’t fight for your constituents’ agenda when you are balled up answering why you short-circuited the government email system, why you accepted money directly from dubious foreign sources, why you maintained a conflict of interest with the “foundation,” and how you contributed your part to the Benghazi disaster. There is too much legacy burden to carry, Hillary.[/font color]

Elizabeth Warren has the energy, creativity, and feisty leadership ability to champion the American Middle Class.

Warren isn’t afraid to differentiate herself from the Obama administration either. She takes him on eye to eye as someone needs too.

More at: http://www.examiner.com/article/elizabeth-warren-can-snatch-the-candidacy-from-hillary

Thank you, Ocatafish, for truthtelling.


"I know she's not perfect to me, but she's all I have." "I'm standing by her."

"I don't want to be alone"

"Maybe she'll change if I prove how much I love her"

"It's not her fault, it's our fault"

"I don't want to live in a world without her"

The preceding comments are indicative of an individual involved in a threatening relationship.

I've seen this sort of dynamic in personal relationships, usually abusive relationships.

The outcome is rarely a good one, and the only reliably successful treatment is cessation of the relationship.

I never had the relationship, so I'm not at risk of abuse.

It is a script, a script of fear, doubt, and uncertainty. They have nothing else, not a thing.

Reasons we must support Hillary and shut the fuck up about all her baggage:



"Koch Brothers"

Now, never mind that Clinton:
-- is mostly funded by big banksters;
-- takes Koch Brothers money;
-- benefits from Citizens United;
-- thinks that corporations are more trustworthy than governments

These, to me, are huge red flags at a minimum, and should really disqualify her from consideration for running as the leader of our party.

Hi, Nadin!

Hillary Clinton on the TPP. It's gonna help women and migrant workers.

Promises, promises...

"Better jobs with higher wages and safer working conditions, including for women, migrant workers and others too often in the past excluded from the formal economy"

Cut in at the right moment here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=460&v=i7Iq8pyIT84

Full transcript here: http://www.state.gov/secretary/20092013clinton/rm/2012/11/200664.htm

Later in the same clip, Secretary Clinton on privatization (doesn't like publicly run enterprises)

And finally, the resurgence of state capitalism: a challenge at once economic and strategic. Now, state-owned or state-supported enterprises are not necessarily problematic in all cases. But they do often lack the transparency and accountability that come with private boards and investors.

Supporters: Are you sure you know your candidate?

You said it, Aerows. The enemies that hurt us most are on Wall Street and other global centers.

And we must judge our candidates by the friends they keep:

Bernie has all the makings of the Frontrunner for the Democratic Primary!

True, but it won't be hydrogen except in niche areas. Hydrogen for storage is WAY too inefficient.

Pumped Hydro and Batteries are far, far, more efficient.

Chevron wants you to buy the Hydrogen Economy claptrap.

95% of our hydrogen comes from natural gas.

Solar or Wind or any renewable to hydrogen is terribly inefficient:


And for transportation, nothing beats a Battery for storage when it comes to GHG emissions.

Bill n Hill played the classic game: "We gotta be LIKE them if we wanna BEAT them."


And then they lost their way.

Inside the Rs 8 Lakh Tata Suite Hillary Clinton Stayed at in Delhi

Hillary Clinton with Taj Palace general manager Taljinder Singh

The Taj Palace in New Delhi seems to be Hillary Clinton's favourite place to stay. This is apparently the third consecutive time the US Secretary of State chose to stay at the lavish Tata Suite while she visited the capital this week.

The luxury 6,500 sqft, 16-room Tata Suite comes with its own private spa (fyi, Mrs Clinton even has a go-to massueur here), a gym, a private library, a 12-seater dining room and a boardroom. Incidentally, France's now ex-president Nicholas Sarkozy was the first world leader to stay at the Rs 8 lakh a night mugal-themed suite (click here to take a peek at the suite).

The hotel says the Tata suite was 'specially prepared according to her tastes' - that included stocking the Tata suite with big coffee mugs and a small platter of Indian sweets. She even got a bespoke shopping experience, curated by the hotel's in-house lifestyle brand. We wonder if she bought any of the paintings or ethnic tarakashi or garva kaam pieces displayed.


I posted that link earlier, my figures are for CGI, a subsidiary of the Clinton Foundation


Here, let me educate you and other readers:

It's a complex series of businesses within the greater organization:

And their expenses versus revenue figures are red flags for a supposed non-profit.

And the salaries, $464,229 plus benefits, OMG!

Really, Hillary should have recused herself from making decisions with potential donors to their foundation, or the foundation should have refused the money.

This is the classic conflict of interest she's put herself in, and by extension, MY PARTY.

She needs to go away.

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