POLL: What did you think about Elizabeth Warren's speech at the DNC?

Elizabeth Warren spoke last night at the Democratic National Convention. What did you think?

Elizabeth Warren, a candidate for the Massachusetts State Senate, spoke last night at the Democratic National Convention.

What did you think of her speech?  Take our poll and let us know.

Have more to say?  What did you think about what she said?  Did she talk about issues that concern you?  Not concern you?  Were you looking for something else?  What did you think about the speakers, in general?  Tell us in the comment section below. 

Lorraine September 06, 2012 at 04:56 PM
The dems are @ it again they only talk to people who agree, every time I write to our polical people I get an answer except the white house ,it's George bush s fault. Kind of sick isn't it health care is a joke yes the insurance co. And the doughnut hole is good, it's down because your dr. Orders one drug or test &the ins. Or Medicare coverages say no, dr have to write why & it's still no they haven't got the staff to do this and yet the papers & press don't cover any of the expenses Katherine private Dr. Have they speak to the hosp improved Dr. That aren't responsible dr. W/ private practices that pay thousands plus for benefits & the politicians don't spend money on grocerys I personally wrote to Michelle Obama & ask her to go shopping w/me to show me how to shop healthy cheap ha! Ha!
GM September 07, 2012 at 03:46 PM
Basing a campaign message on the idea that the system is rigged against everyone is fundamentally a message that says -- "you can't do anything about the situation you're in." We need politicians who encourage people to take responsibility for their lives instead of politicians who tell people that only the government can "fix" their presumably undeserved and insurmountable problems. During an economic downturn, it's also not helpful to trash industries on a blanket basis because they are profitable. If there are specific changes that should be made in how an industry operates, that's fine, spell them out. Characterizing the oil industry's profits as evidence that the industry is somehow doing something improper or irresponsible may play well to some crowds, but it sends an insulting message to the public about that politician's opinion of the public's intellect.
Patti September 08, 2012 at 03:00 PM
Well the Dems are trying to have it both ways. Her comments about "Corporations not being people" were the total opposite of their views on why we bailed out Chrysler and GM right? If corporations are so evil and inhumane - why bail them out? No basis to stand on when you look at their previous comments and actions. People please have a memory longer than 24 hours when considering who to vote for in 2012


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