Elizabeth Warren Brings Hope To Middle Class Americans
Yesterday, Elizabeth Warren formally announced her Senate bid from Massachusetts . Who is Elizabeth Warren?
Born Elizabeth Herring, she is an American attorney, and Harvard law professor. Among other things, she is the Ralph Nader of yesteryear. For many years she had advocated for the creation of a new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and she is a darling of the liberal left, for being a pioneer for the oversight.
During the 2008-2011 financial crises, Warren became the chair of the Congressional Oversight Panel that was created to oversee the U.S. banking bailout, famously known as the TARP. On September 17, 2010, President Obama, to pacify his angry liberal base named her a special adviser to oversee the formation of a new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Once she competed her task, Obama by passed her to pick the number two, Richard Cordray to head the new entity.
Elizabeth Warren has an impressive resume, at 16 she became a state champion debater, served as an editor of the Rutgers Law Review, and joined Harvard Law School in 1992. Several times she appeared on Dr. Phil show to talk about money and families, and has been a guest on numerous other shows. She is a member of the FDIC's Committee on Economic Inclusion and the Executive Council of the National Bankruptcy Conference, and has served as the Chief Adviser to the National Bankruptcy Review Commission.
Warren is an intellectual force to reckon with, and will bring with her a very deep understanding of the modern ills of the capitalist systems. Corporate world will fight her tooth and nail, for she is a formidable enemy of the Wall Street. The right wing propaganda machine has already portrayed her as one who has no experience in politics, and will only raise the tempo as time progresses. But she is a lady who can save the capitalist system from crash and burn, what Gerald Celente, known as the prophet of doom thinks now inevitable.
Elizabeth Warren will give voice to the voiceless middle class Americans. She is tough, honest, and dedicated; it is up the Massachusetts voters to see whether they will give her a chance to show America how it can save itself from the impending financial meltdown.