Eilsabeth Warren 2016

Elizabeth Warren on Fighting Back Against Wall St. Giants
http://billmoyers.com/episode/elizabeth-warren-on-fighting-back-against-...
September 5, 2014

"In Oklahoma, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and her brothers grew up in “an America that invested in kids like us and helped build a future where we could flourish.” But, as she writes in her memoir, A Fighting Chance, “Today the game is rigged – rigged to work for those who have money and power… The optimism that defines us as a people has been beaten and bruised. It doesn’t have to be this way.”

Web Extra: Elizabeth Warren on Why “I’ll Never Be an Insider”
http://billmoyers.com/2014/09/05/web-extra-elizabeth-warren-on-why-ill-n...

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Warren grew-up on an Indian reservation--didn't she?

Where else would she have learned to make her pow wow chow reciepes?

MikeyA

If Elizabeth Warren wants to fight Wall Street, she's in the wrong party.

If she joined the Republicans, she'd also be in the wrong party.

She needs to join the Libertarians. Most Americans do, come to think of it.

GZ

Last time I checked we have basically a two party system to get elected. Within these parties we have corporate Democrats and populous Democrats. On the other side we have Republicans who are all controlled by corporate America. The Tea Party is an offshoot of Dark Money contributors that hijacked the movement. I think most have figured this out, that's why you see very little interest in Tea Party functions. the two videos I offered give interesting insight to Washington politics. Move to amend is our only hope.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZKBsM232Zk

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We are pinning our hopes on 100 people who showed up at UT to congratulate themselves on getting signatures.

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How many of your Toledo Tea Party members will show up for today's meeting Fred? I see you've been promoting it so I imagine maybe thirty as a good solid number. Will the Koch Brothers be supplying coffee and donuts? I think you should have brought that up on your show today. That's a powerful hook free food don't-you-know. Looks what its done for a Perrysburg politician. Will Todd be there handing out donuts? Conservative group Alec devises offshoot ACCE to lobby at local levels
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jul/30/alec-acce-lobby-local-tax-c...

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I don't know how many will show up. I don't know if the Koch brothers will supply donuts although I rather doubt it. I don't know if Todd will be there to hand out any said donuts. I hope that answers all your insightful questions.

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I bet if you ask real nice the benevolent Koch Brothers would surely give a helping hand. Since Reagan the Kochs have been especially "gifted" at wrangling those politicians to see their side of the economic equation. I know that they are even going local promoting city councilmen and just about anyone with their hand out. Just look what bubbled up the other day. http://host.madison.com/news/local/environment/koch-brothers-group-pushe...

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"Last time I checked we have basically a two party system to get elected."

Don't blame us for your lack of spine. The last Presidential election, my ballot had at least SIX choices.

What really runs a two-party system is cowardice.

You and your fellow REPUBLICANS are working to deny third parties ballot access in Ohio, in case you forgot.

Both major parties have placed unjustifiable roadblocks in the law for limiting the participation of third parties. Blame yourself.

You voted for the GOP in the primary, you support what they do, blame yourself first.

I voted for ONE PARTICULAR CANDIDATE that I wanted. I had to register as Republican to access the ballot with his name on it. In no way does that make one Republican, nor does that in any way make one a supporter of the Republican party.

You partisans really are lunatics. What pharma does your psychologist have you on?

You're a Republican by Ohio Law, we've been over this, did you forget to take your Alzheimer's medication today?

and who is going to hold him to this? you? will you report him for breaking Ohio law? how about a strongly worded letter like the one you are going to send to the lgbtq group.

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

by the way how did that letter go over with the group? did you get a reply, i haven't heard from them yet.

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

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