Elizabeth Warren Of The Election Campaign

Posted by Zotta Rendevouz

Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren of the election campaign heats up over the Internet, some commentators point out that the clip - in which Warren argues in favor of progressive policies in the economic sphere - as evidence that the New Democratic candidate could correspond Sen. Scott Brown a run for their money.

In the video (left), which was filmed at an event in Andover, Massachusetts, Warren rejects the GOP touted idea that raising taxes on the rich amounted to "class war", argued that "There is nobody in this country who have become rich on their own. Nobody."

Warren rejects the idea that you can separate from the Americans thrived.

"You have built a factory there? Good for you," he said. "But let me be clear: move your goods to market on the way to the rest of us pay, who have hired workers in the rest of us pay to educate, they were safe in their plant, as the police forces and fire than the rest of us pay. You do not have to worry about marauding bands had to take all your plant, and hire someone to guard against this by the work of the rest of us. "

He continues: "Look, you built a factory, and turned it into something horrible, or good idea God bless keep a big chunk of it, but the social part of the underlying contract is taking a piece of that salary as well as Boy Advance which is next ?..."

First of Warren in the Massachusetts Senate race marks his first political candidacy - and while the consumer advocate long loved by some liberals, he wondered if any of their lack of political experience s' turns out to be prohibitive in competition.

The Washington Monthly Steven Benigno, however, points in the video as an explanation of "why Warren has a strong base of fans who love him."

"If there are persistent concerns about Warren could be an effective speaker on the stump, I think these questions are answered," Benigno wrote. "If more Democrats were able to do in the case of the social contract underlying the most effective, our discourse would be much less stupefying."