Skip to comments.Elizabeth Warren, mother of occupation
Posted on 10/28/2011 11:12:29 AM PDT by pietraynor
If Elizabeth Warren is the mother of Occupy Boston, does that make her Occumom?
The thought came to me when I read that Warren, the left-wing Democrat who is seeking to run against Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown, claimed credit for giving birth to the many occupy demonstrations taking place in Boston and across the country protesting corporate America.
"I created much of the intellectual foundation for what they do," Warren, the less than modest Harvard Law professor, bragged in an interview with liberal blog The Daily Beast, which went viral. "I support what they do."
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Well, she certainly has the EGO to be a Washington politician.
Like we need any more of those.
Lizzy Warren is a Loosah.
To beat her just run the videos of the protests with her voice support over and a little nudge to voters at the end. She would be toast.
She created the “Intellectual Function”?
Bwahahahahahah. If that’s her intellect she has no business running for anything, she is a mental defective.
On second thought Most Democrats in Mass. are mentally defective, I give you Frank, Kennedy, Kerry, hell I will even give you Brown.
I do not want this arrogant Lib in the Senate. I don’t want to see her smug arrogance on TV for the next 6 years. I don’t want to see a bunch of fawning news stories about her. I don’t want her drafting legislation to set the stage for the next great leap toward Communism.
For those who hate Scott Brown and who won’t support him because he’s a “RINO” or because he “betrayed” conservatives. This nightmare is what you will end up with.
We need to do that with all of them.
BTW there is a video over at hot air that does it.
“I created much of the intellectual foundation for what they do,” Warren, the less than modest Harvard Law professor, bragged in an interview with liberal blog The Daily Beast, which went viral. “I support what they do.”
What a flaming idiot hypocrite. She didn’t do anything on her own. Without other people having built that wonderful university she attended, she would not have had the opportunity to get her degree. Other people conceived of, started, and built a paper manufacturing plant, without which she would have no evidence of her academic credentials. And various police entities prevented roving mobs of savages from invading her sorority and gang raping the coeds. And while she may have paid her school for her tuition, and she may have paid the busfare to get her to that school, and she may have bought the underewear she wore while in class, none of those things were made in a certifiably sustainable way, therefore her debt to those entities remains. So while she sits on her ass and pontificates a tired old holier-than-thou arrogant theory which she now takes credit for originating, she has no problem taking her paycheck, which anyone can see should be at least 70% returned to the collective that built the school she went to, the roads that went to those schools, the people who wove the clothing she wore, the folks who manufactured the glasses she wears and the frames those lenses are in, that enabled other people, including her professors, to get to her school to give, yes give her her education.
On the other hand, I would probably pay money to see her mud wrestle Robert Reich.
Pure BS. They are devoid of any critical thinking and certainly don't have an "intellectual foundation." To the extent there is any sort of "intellectual" foundation, it would be credited to:
Mikhail Bakunin - Collectivist anarchist who opposed the Marxist aim of dictatorship of the proletariat in favour of universal rebellion.
Luigi Galleani - Italian-American anarchist whose followers, known as Galleanists, carried out a series of bombings and assassination attempts from 1914 to 1932 in what they saw as attacks on 'tyrants' and 'enemies of the people'
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