“The above comment about Cherokee Liz and Harvard is 100% true,,,they deserve each other, but the people of Mass. don't deserve either. If anyone needs professional help its you Tom Tom...theres a long line of Liz and her harvard nuts getting meds today.”
“All straight from NYTimes here in Manhattan with cites right from Boston Globe...yes, she is a liar...zero Cherokee blood, yes, she refused to see Cherokee delegation, yes, she wrote the idiotic Pow Wow Chow, and yes, she plagiarized that idiocy of cold crab omlet straight from as French chef article in NYTimes...I read the NYTimes very closely...and that is where I got info that this babe is 100% baloney...take it up with them.”
Eric Jeffrey on Aug 21, 2012 at 21:02:34
“Either you do not read carefully enough or you lack reading comprehension (including seeing what you want to see).
Nobody knows, or could know, whether she in fact has Cherokee blood. It is simply not determinable with any certainty, and the NYT has not said otherwise. She has not proven that she has Cherokee blood, nor has anyone proven otherwuse.
In any event, it is a tempest in a teapot. It is very common for people in her part of the country to believe that they have Native American blood, whether they do or do not in fact. It is typically a matter of family lore, as it was in Warren's case. I state my heritage based solely on what my parents told me; I have never even attempted to check.
Of course she submitted the Pow Wow Chow recipes, but her identifying herself as Cherokee is natural in a book ofpurported Native American recipes. When someone states that she was "touting" herself as a Native American by doing so, you know right away that they have an axe to bear.
Finally, it is not subject to dispute that as a matter of fact she did not benefit by any assertion of Cherokee blood. Any claims to the contrary are clearly smoke and mirrors.”
“Probably...it's a pure French dish made of coastal crab...exactly what Cherokees eat everyday...French coastal food...Liz plagiarized that recipe from NYTimes French chef word for word...aren't Harvard people brilliant??”
“I prefer a few nice cocktails, a tennis game, take the boat into the Atlantic for a swim, a barbecue with lobster and colossal shrimp, plenty of music, laughter, and fun...Gore Vidal would not like that lifestyle, but if good old Gore was still around, you indep. would fit in perfectly...enjoy.”
“Great question...sort of like "Makebelieve Ballroom"....Well, we are what we feel like...she feels like a halfbreed, and she's into French while eating "cold crab omlet" with the Cherokee tribe, and she's a great author with "Pow Wow Chow"...we are what we feel...I'm feeling a bit Russian today, please get Putin online....I want to run for office as a Russian.”