Celebrity homeowner Hillary Clinton is a terrible politician, a Free Beacon analysis has found. This is one of many reasons why some observers have concluded she will never be president.
Despite her best efforts and most passionate gesticulations, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) failed to shut down the government on Thursday, thus proving her political clout is vastly inferior to that of GOP colleague Ted Cruz. Warren had urged House Democrats to block a controversial spending package, which included a provision to roll back a portion of …
Elizabeth Warren is doing her best Ted Cruz impression this week as she attempts to scuttle a bipartisan budget agreement. She is trying to remove a provision—supported by both parties—that would roll back certain regulations imposed as part of the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill. President Obama, meanwhile, has urged Congress to pass the budget agreement as is.
Warren has taken particular aim at Citigroup, which she accuses of authoring the provision, and seems to be positioning herself to shutdown the government:
The liberal base of the Democratic Party is ready for Elizabeth Warren. They have concluded, somewhat radically, that the Democratic platform should consist of something more than a firm believe in the freedom of politically connected individuals to earn millions of dollars by giving speeches to Wall Street firms and special interest groups. If Joe Biden stays out of the race, Warren would be the undisputed frontrunner for the nomination.
Part of Warren’s appeal is the intense passion she brings to politics. For example, here are 13 examples of Warren pointing at something passionately.
Compared to most media outlets, the Free Beacon has been relatively critical of Hillary Clinton. Like some of her critics, we have argued that she might be too rich and fancy to connect with Real Americans. Until we saw this video produced by a pro-Clinton PAC. Watch it, then you’ll understand out why we are beginning to question our preconception about the 67-year-old grandmother who recently quit her job to become a public speaker.