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  1. Ron Tschudy
    May 16, 2014 @ 8:05 pm

    A plain and simple step, embarrassingly obvious and way overdue, towards bringing common sense to the financial sector.

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  2. Gene Blodgett
    May 16, 2014 @ 9:53 pm

    A long overdue breath of fresh air, THANK YOU Ms Warren. At last someone to compliment Bernie and Alan Grayson

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  3. b spoon
    May 17, 2014 @ 9:47 am

    Elizabeth has rescinded her former support of expanding Medicare for All. That is inexcusable. ACA is the biggest and most deviously disguised pro-corporate-welfare scam ever passed over on a misled and misinformed public. If Elizabeth does not know this, and stand up for the truth regarding the single most important unresolved economic, human and civil rights issue of our time, then she does not deserve my vote.

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  4. DHFabian
    May 20, 2014 @ 12:58 am

    Eh. Telling the better off (those who can work, and still have jobs) that she “feels their pain” is just more dead-end pandering. When she was serious about change, she stood with the poor as well, explaining (in a nutshell) how it isn’t possible to “rebuild the middle class” without shoring up the poor, putting rungs on the proverbial ladder out of poverty. Then she jumped on the Middle Class Only bandwagon rather than offering any actual solutions. The US shipped out a huge chunk of our working class jobs since the 1980s, and ended welfare aid in the 1990s. More people in urgent need of jobs, fewer jobs available. And not one pol has the courage to legitimately address the resulting poverty crisis. Each one calls for job creation, as we’ve all been doing for over 30 years now. You can’t buy a day-old doughnut with promises of eventual jobs. How do you get a job once you no longer have a home address, phone, bus fare?

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