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Surprise: Harvard Professor Vouching for Warren Donated to Her Campaign

HermanBB Wrote: May 08, 2012 5:22 PM
Ms. Warren had years to come up with a good story in case she got caught pulling a fast one. Her story? She hoped to ge invited to luncheons. P.S. what does that mean? Whites aren't invited to certain luncheons?
SteveL2 Wrote: May 08, 2012 6:20 PM
Colleges have clubs representing various ethnicities, which have their own luncheons and other social functions. (At my college, the Hillel Society--for Jewish students--used to have celebrations of Hanukkah and Purim and other Jewish holidays.)

But Native Americans who were at Harvard at the time don't remember Warren participating in their social get-togethers. And she stopped mentioning her Native American heritage ever since.

It's the fact that she turned her ethnicity on and off like a light bulb whenever convenient, that is damning.
Tommy R. Wrote: May 08, 2012 6:01 PM
No tanka-me-a-lo, pemmican or wajape for Harvard squaw. She in heap big trouble.

If it seems like I've been enjoying Massachusetts Democrat Elizabeth Warren's slow motion train wreck just a little bit, it's probably because I am.  For a refresher on the basic facts, review my primer from last week.  In one of my subsequent posts on the matter, I noted with some bemusement the coincidence that Harvard continues to list just one of its law professors as a Native American -- but refuses to say who it is.  I bet you can guess why.  This is all a big non-issue, though, the Warren campaign informs us, because the professor-turned-candidate received...