“They removed my comment for some reason. But basically what it said is that you have no clue as to who Scott Brown is or what his candidacy is about. No birthers, no hatred of Native Americans by his supporters, (childish stunt the "tomahawk chop" by some over zealous supporters who had no clue of its real meaning), which he apologized for and admonished them for. It was only to point out to the people that Warren lies to use minority status that has never been proven it is stain on her character.”
jsgaetano on Oct 5, 2012 at 19:44:06
“I watched Brownie's shameful debate, where all he did was make racial attacks on Native Americans.
Brown was put into office by the Teaklanners, and he's been a lock-stepping Teaklanner every lock-step of the way. Now that he's running for re-election he's pretending to be a liberal, just like that other Massachusetts Republican, Romney.”
ael443 on Oct 5, 2012 at 17:14:01
“No clue of its real meaning? Get a clue!
I live in MA and follow politics. Brown has voted across the aisle just enough times that he thinks he should look good to MAs independent voters. He keeps the NA thing going because he doesn't want to talk about his other votes, especially the Blunt amendment and the State Street carve out.”
“Nice to see Silverman trying to become relevant again. She has failed through her comedy, her disclosing of her personal hardships and her movies and books. What's left for her to try, oh yeah lets do a PSA gig !
She would be so passe if not for her gutteral shock approach. If you can't do it with talent, there is always the least common denominator way.”
maddening on Sep 22, 2012 at 14:12:09
“So...you don't like the messenger, how about the message? Transparent, you are.”
“Because Mass. is a highly Democratic state.There is only a small Republican base. Many people, such as myself, were born democrats and would only vote for the party nominee. Most state and local elections are almost always won by democrats. The only office that a republican had a chance of winning before was the Governorship. But that all changed when Brown beat Coakley. People got tired of the idea that the democrats could run anyone and just walk in to office. Brown may not be Teddy K., but believe me Warren is considered an alien.”
“Democracy as in the right to vote, not in pure form of government. Which it is a republic.Just calling a spade a spade. Leftist on this board are unable to look at the fact that most moderates in Mass. will vote for Brown. Not because they are Tea Party members but because they like him and dislike her.”
Giggie on Sep 20, 2012 at 13:25:36
“Like I said before, the voters will decide....that's the only poll that counts. Just a question though....if warren is so hated, why are the polling numbers so close?”
“Anybody who disagrees with the "Warren people" on this board is a Tea Party person. And you wonder why the moderates hate the leftists.
Grow up, you name calling tough typists and realize some people don't always agree with what you consider the right candidate. That is why it's a democracy !”
Giggie on Sep 20, 2012 at 07:23:29
“Why would you hate leftists.....you call yourself a moderate.....really??? I consider myself a moderate, yet I don't hate right wing zealots, what I hate are some of their strident racists, bigoted rants....I think it's really sad. It's a republic by the way.”
“Ok teabagger I got something for you ..... You immature little pig she used the "lie" when she needed it at Harvard and Penn. Didn't I already state this. The Universities covered for her when the story came to light but it was an obvious cover-up. Her signature is on both Schools records as being a "minority". She also lied about her grand parents needing to elope to get wed because of the interracial relations. Hmm another lie. And it goes on.”
“She said her grand parents had to elope to get married, because of her Indian heritage, lie. She was and is registered at Harvard as being a minority Professor, she denied it another lie. This lie goes on and on and on. If you don't think it helped her to have minority status, you are gullible.”
rain246 on Sep 2, 2012 at 23:46:00
“Even someone who served under patron saint Reagan confirms that her minority status was not a factor in her being hired at Harvard.
From Wikidepdia "Harvard Law professor Charles Fried, who had served as Solicitor General in the Reagan admnistration who sat on the appointing committee that recommended Warren for hire in 1995, said that her heritage was never mentioned and played no role in the appointments process."
From the Boston Globe: "Professor Charles Fried, who sat on the committee that recruited Warren, reiterated to the Globe on Wednesday that he was unaware of Warren’s minority status when she was hired. He said that the committee never discussed it and that he does not consult the legal directory in which Warren had listed herself as a minority.
However, Fried acknowledged Wednesday to the Globe, it seemed strange that the issue of her heritage would not come up during the hiring process since she was recruited in the early 1990s, when the school was under intense pressure to diversify its faculty.
Fried added that he learned of Warren’s purported heritage only later, when he visited her home during a party and asked her about a family picture."”
“How is it bogus. She denied she used it at both Harvard and Penn, until local writers found her minority status declaration. Don't be a complete rumpswab and at least try to see the truth.”
mike89147 on Sep 2, 2012 at 23:33:24
“I factchecked it and there is nothing there here is what I found:
BOSTON (AP) — Records show Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren identified her race as "white" on an employment record at the University of Texas and declined to apply for admission to Rutgers Law School under a program for minority students.
The heads of the recruiting panels at both University of Pennsylvania and Harvard have both stated that her hiring had everything to do with her scholarship and her achievements.
Ok Teabagger since you like to call people names ....thats shows your intelligence level and immaurity level ...”
“No, I'm the "guy who points out that when other people of your own ilk do it and you make excuses". Her lie was a "whopper", his just a stupid exaggeration. Both are lies but she used her for getting advantages.”
PaddyMc68 on Sep 3, 2012 at 15:40:03
“Please. First, her "lie" is no such thing; not only is that what she believed, there's no evidence that disproves her claim. Second, there's no proof that her "lie" garnered her any advantage. Harvard has gone so far as to explicitly say she had no such advantage. And as I said before YOU are the guy who's trying to excuse Ryan's absurd lie (how petty do you have to be to lie about something like that?) by saying it's okay because someone else did it. Or don't you pay attention to what your own posts?”