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Corie Whalen
It’s simple: Warren tried to be a blindingly utopian ~everything is free~ candidate and a ~serious person with a plan~ candidate. Reality does not allow for both.
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Kurtis Fechtmeyer Feb 12
Replying to @CorieWhalen @Harvard
She faked her way into by pretending to be someone she was not. To their disgrace, the university was too blinded by greed and fear ($600M of government funding on the line) to investigate her fraud. The voters made their own decision.
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Corie Whalen Feb 12
Replying to @Fechtmeyer @Harvard
I actually don’t think that most voters even knew that.
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jim iuorio Feb 12
Replying to @CorieWhalen
I agree with you on many things but not this one. I think that people just didn’t like her personality...not sure they dived too far into the policy inconsistencies...
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Corie Whalen Feb 12
Replying to @jimiuorio
That could be, but why the collapse, then? If she had never surged at all, I'd probably agree.
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Hooray Beerz Feb 12
Replying to @CorieWhalen
How is that different from Bernie?
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Corie Whalen Feb 12
Replying to @HoorayBeerz1
Bernie doesn’t brand himself as a policy wonk with a plan in the way Warren made that central to her identity. He’s starting a “revolution!”
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Charles Adams Feb 12
Replying to @CorieWhalen
Reality doesn’t allow for either in 2020.
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John Mozena Feb 13
Replying to @CorieWhalen
Turns out that when you tell people how much free stuff is actually going to cost them, they decide it’s not worth it.
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1980 USOHT 40th Anniversary Feb 13
Replying to @CorieWhalen
Agreed. But his presumptions are also wrong.
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DRPATLOD Feb 12
Replying to @CorieWhalen
Maybe because she's neither extraordinary, substantive, or charismatic. American's, for all our faults, know BS when we see it.
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