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Surprise: Elizabeth Warren Refuses to Explain Heritage Claims at the DNC

Charles926 Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 9:24 AM
The truly sad part of this is she is currently tied or slightly ahead of Scott Brown in the polls here. And this is supposed to be the Hub of the Universe? Shows what truly poor condition the world ( universe) is in,
RedRum Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 9:45 AM
That, however, is not necessarily good news for Warren. She is running for office in a state where Democrats have a 7-1 advantage and even people in MA understand what is happening to our economy and future. Warren offers nothing more than the same failured liberal poliices of spending far more money than we take in, dividing Americans on racial, ethnic and socio-economic lines and ensuring the decline of the country as a whole. With all of that said, she's still likely to get MA's next US Senator, which says all you need to know about most of the voters in that state.
conservative_one Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 9:44 AM
Sometimes in nature there is a sifting and sorting of things.
Massachusetts ended up with a lot of junk. (folks who vote funny)
Raven7 Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 9:41 AM
Says a lot about Massachusetts - the same state that kept electing a lying, cheating, philandering drunk who left a woman to drown in a tidal pool to save his own skin.

As an obligatory follow-up to my post earlier today, it appears US Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren is steadfastly refusing to confirm or deny allegations she purposefully lied about her ethnic heritage in order to bolster her academic career. The Boston Herald reports:

Elizabeth Warren, scrambling to shift focus from her ongoing Cherokee scandal, dismissed demands from Native Americans who want her to explain her heritage claims in her first appearance at the Democratic National Convention this morning.

“I’ve answered those questions, what I’m here to talk about (is) what’s happening to America’s working class...