Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Punch the rich

If only Warren Buffet were correct about this.
He continued that while there are “plenty of other candidates” whose political style he doesn’t agree with, “I do think it’s — I think it’s a mistake to get angry with your, with people that disagree with you,” he said of her. “In the end we do have to work together… And it does not help when you demonize or get too violent with the people you’re talking to.”
As much as I'm enjoying the mental image of Elizabeth Warren running around punching billionaires in the face, I am sorry to say I don't think she's actually as threatening to them as Buffet imagines.  Warren's role is to provide disgruntled liberals with the illusion that someone in the Democratic party gets them so that they will at least remain engaged enough to hold their noses and vote for Hillary in 2016.

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