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Globe now pays attention to Warren

by: roarkarchitect

Sat Nov 10, 2012 at 11:12:31 AM EST


The Boston Globe has finally started to ask some hard questions, actually they are softball questions. Warren didn't handle them well   - too bad it's after the election. Our differently winged friends at Blue Mass Group are all in a twitter about this.

From Brian McGrory Column

For the sake of Massachusetts, let's hope that Elizabeth Warren gets better than this.
She was always a mildly underwhelming candidate, clutching her talking points like they were a satchel of gold - millionaires and ­billionaires, a level playing field, big oil. As deft as she was at slogans, she was never so good at answering questions, which was odd for a person of such experience and substance.

http://www.bostonglobe.com/met...

She is a US Senator - she needs to handle these questions. The Bosotn Globe and their reporters were 100% for Warren. Now they are waking up ?

Maybe she is all tired out after a long squawk ?

roarkarchitect :: Globe now pays attention to Warren
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Did you read all their silly comments? (5.00 / 1)
They are apoplectic over the fact that someone (in this case Brian McGrory of the Globe) would dare question her responses no matter how weak they are...  Others complain that during the election the Globe spent all their time asking about her heritage and NOW they start asking harder questions.  Still others say that the questions should be asked to Scott Brown as he is still the Senator and Warren is only the Senator-elect...

The Facts: Elizabeth Warren called a press conference and showed up unprepared to answer any questions.  She was hoping for a celebration instead of a press conference.  She truly thought they would all ask her questions like; "How did you and Bruce celebrate?", or "Did President Obama call you to congratulate?", or "How does it feel to be so wonderful?".   Instead they started asking real questions and she looked like a fool...

It was awkward to watch her try and hide behind Deval Patrick....But alas, it was not the first time...

Ed Markey is now the official 'cheapest' man on earth.  1.5 percent to charity while the average American gave 3 times as much...


We need to form a group of people to do to Warren what others did to Brown (0.00 / 0)
We should follow her around the state and ask her "I gotcha" questions!  I mean did you guys see the deer in the headlights look on her face whan the Globe started asking questions?  We could easily get in her head.  : )

Molon Labe

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Whatever Harry Reid Said (0.00 / 0)
Thats all we need to know about Warren. I don't really care if she practices answering questions.

I saw it ... and it was pretty bad. (0.00 / 0)
But the woman is like 80 years old so I gave her a pass.  

Molon Labe




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