The numbers are on her side:
Wow, this is going to be good: Occupy Wall Street is now officially an issue in what may be the highest-profile and most polarizing Senate race in the country.
National Republicans are now attacking Elizabeth Warren for embracing the protests, seeking to make a liability out of the fact that Warren, a longtime critic of Wall Street excess, has now aligned herself with the movement's intellectual underpinnings. What this means: The conservative effort to turn blue collar whites and independents against the protesters and their broader populist message — exploiting a traditional cultural fault line in our politics — will now unfold in the context of a high profile political campaign.
Warren was asked by the Daily Beast for a comment on the protests. She said: "I created much of the intellectual foundation for what they do. I support what they do."
Now the NRSC has opened fire on Warren for the comments, blasting out an email containing links to stories about protesters in Massachusetts battling with cops. Said NRSC spokesman Brian Walsh: "Warren's decision to not only embrace, but take credit for this movement is notable considering the Boston Police Department was recently forced to arrest at least 141 of her Occupy acolytes in Boston the other day after they threatened to tie up traffic downtown and refused to abide by their protest permit limits."
I can't wait for this woman to be a Senator.
Jill: It's a big club...and you ain't in it.
Georgia birther and Oathkeeper Darren Huff was convicted Tuesday of using an AK-47 to take over a Tennessee courthouse and conduct citizen's arrests on officials because of their acquiescence in President Obama's fraudulent birth certificate / citizenship / presidency.
Obama signs a Bush negotiated Panama trade deal
Is this for creating jobs? For creating free trade? Nah...don't think so. It's more of a free trade tax haven creating scenario.
Nearly 100,000 millionaires pay a lower tax rate than the middle class