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helencalif
09-26-2012, 03:10 AM
Here's the latest flap over Elizabeth Warren (remember she applied for jobs at two universities and listed herself as a Native American, but she wasn't).

Now she is being accused of practicing law in Massachusetts since the 1990s without being licensed to practice law in that state. If that turns out to be true, I think I read that it is a criminal offense to practice law in a state when you don't have a law license to do spo and aren't a member of the bar in that state. MA has confirmed she holds no license to practice law there.

She is a professor of bankruptcy law, not a lawyer. You don't have to be a lawyer or be licensed to practice to teach. If you bounce around on the net you will find several articles which list all of the court briefs she has filed and numerous clients she has represented in court and cases in which she is listed as counsel. On all of them, she listed her "law" office as an address in Cambridge, MA. The address is that of her professor office; it is not a law office. It looked to me like she was passing it off as a law office.

She said she could practice law in Texas. At one time she did have a license for Texas, but that is no longer in effect. The fact checkers said Texas could not tell them when that license to practice was cancelled.

She did have a license for New Jersey, but earlier this month she either requested it be revoked or NJ pulled it. No explanation as to why or the circumstances in New Jersey.

Right now she is not licensed to practice law in any state.

It will be interesting to see if she gets out of this one. Yes, she did receive fees for legal representation.

Helen

BonMallari
09-26-2012, 03:26 AM
Wow, makes you wonder how candidates get as far as they do before someone does a background check


Does anyone else think that post dated licenses will mysteriously show up


I still have a problem with her rationale for her claim that she is 1/32 American Indian is that her mother told her so when she was a child..her candidacy is a sham from the get go...I guess the old saying about telling a lie often enough makes one think its the truth applies here

huntinman
09-26-2012, 08:04 AM
Wow, makes you wonder how candidates get as far as they do before someone does a background check


Does anyone else think that post dated licenses will mysteriously show up


I still have a problem with her rationale for her claim that she is 1/32 American Indian is that her mother told her so when she was a child..her candidacy is a sham from the get go...I guess the old saying about telling a lie often enough makes one think its the truth applies here

Worked for the Kennedy's, worked for Sick Willie, is still working for Obama...

menmon
09-26-2012, 09:34 AM
And she will win the senate seat because if crap like this is all her opponent can put up...he loses

huntinman
09-26-2012, 09:38 AM
And she will win the senate seat because if crap like this is all her opponent can put up...he loses

her opponent didn't put it up, she did... she has lied her way through life...

Gerry Clinchy
09-26-2012, 09:39 AM
And she will win the senate seat because if crap like this is all her opponent can put up...he loses

And if that happens, it will be a sad day for the people of MA. Scott Brown has proven to be a "moderate" ... not always voting the party line. And the worst I've heard about him is that he has been a successful businessman.

Obviously, Warren is very willing to skirt truth if it serves her political or financial benefit ... isn't that enough? Do we need any more people like that in DC?

menmon
09-26-2012, 09:44 AM
If he is so good...sell it to the people

gmhr1
09-26-2012, 09:54 AM
E. Warren and Obama Bin Lyin make a good team. I doubt she ever told the truth in her whole life.

JDogger
09-26-2012, 10:00 AM
Scott Brown is running against Elizabeth Warren here in Massachusetts. They both agreed early on that the race would be about issues. That's a promise that Warren has kept, but that Brown seems to have forgotten as soon as he uncrossed his fingers behind his back.
Warren continues to talk about issues that concern working families across the country and in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, while Brown prefers the caddy, bitchy, snide remarks that we'd expect to come from the cast members of "Mean Girls (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0377092/)."
Dan Payne of WBUR wrote (http://www.wbur.org/2012/09/21/brown-warren-debate-payne):

If you like your debater to be condescending, snide, repetitive, off topic, rote, eager to get personal, willing to toss out extraneous comments and charges, and full of phony manners (thanking the host for every question), then Sen. Scott Brown is your man. During their first debate Brown launched immediately into attacking Warren's heritage.
"Professor Warren claimed that she's a Native American and a person of color, and as you can see, she's not," said Brown, pointing to Warren on stage. Rachel Maddow of MSNBC picked up on that remark (http://leanforward.msnbc.com/_news/2012/09/20/13997015-barney-frank-rips-scott-brown-over-his-attacks-on-elizabeth-warren?lite), asking Barney Frank during an interview if that was, in fact, a racially charged remark. "I feel like it's racially offensive to say 'I can tell you're not Native American. Look at you,'" Maddow said.
Let's be very clear that Brown's claim about Warren's background has been addressed ad nauseum and she was clearly vindicated of this fabricated accussation - it's old news (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/10/elizabeth-warren-minority-status_n_1508060.html). To perpetuate this lie is beneath any elected official, much less one who replaced the late Ted Kennedy. Let's also be clear that Brown continuously calling Warren "Professor" during the debate wasn't out of respect, but was a dog whistle to the blue collar and working class people in Massachusetts who have always been at odds with, and hold a fair amount of contempt towards the Harvard and MIT crowd in Massachusetts.
By the way, Brown has since denied making remarks (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/09/25/scott-brown-elizabeth-warren-ethnicity_n_1914337.html?ncid=edlinkusaolp00000009 ) about Warren's ethnicity, despite the debate having been aired on national TV, watched by millions of viewers, recorded, and played all over the interwebs.
Brown also saw fit to fabricate his own resume during the debate. Soon after questioning Warren's character, Brown launched into a diatribe of self-importance, as Laura Clawson of Daily Kos points out:

Sen. Scott Brown is a very important man, and at Thursday night's debate with Elizabeth Warren, he added another resume item you might not have known about. Not only does Brown meet secretly with kings and queens (http://articles.boston.com/2012-06-21/metro/32343049_1_kings-and-queens-senator-brown-edward-m-kennedy-institute), not only does Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/07/13/1109490/-Does-Secretary-Clinton-really-have-Scott-Brown-on-speed-dial?detail=hide) call him all the time, but he's also "one of the ranking members on the Armed Services Committee." That last one about ranking member may sound pretty good, but it's a lot like saying you were a "Sanitary Engineer" on your resume instead of "cleaned toilets at the bar." Here's a clip from Charles P. Pierce at Esquire (http://www.esquire.com/blogs/politics/elizabeth-warren-scott-brown-debate-12910145):

Also, at one point, Brown, who has not met with kings and queens, and who did not see the secret Osama bin Laden death photos, claimed that he was "one of the ranking members" of the Senate Armed Services Committee. Yes, he is. He is ranked sixth. In the event that John McCain, Jim Inhofe, Jeff Sessions, Saxby Chambliss, and Roger Wicker all move to Guam to launch new careers as a pick-up basketball team, Scott Brown would be chairman. This may seem like a minor thing, but if Brown is going to make a meal out of Warren's alleged "character" issue regarding her ancestry, then his tendency to aggrandize his place in history ought also to be somewhere on the table. Brown wouldn't take questions after the debate. Actually he appeared to leave in a bit of a huff. Both candidates were scheduled to meet the press briefly after the debate's conclusion. Brown however, after spending the entire evening as a tough guy, beat feet, leaving his campaign manager, Jim Barnett, to stand there and say, "The Senator has had a long day".
A long day? A long day is working two jobs; paying taxes in a state aptly named "taxachusettes"; making sure your kids are fed, have clothes and health care; looking over your bills every night and wondering when you're going to throw in the towel on your underwater mortgage. It's not sitting in Congress with a three times better than average salary and taxpayer paid health care, trying to avoid the evening's debate. That's right, Republicans attempted stall tactics in order to keep Brown in DC and away from the debate, but Harry Reid called them out and Brown made it to Boston (http://news.firedoglake.com/2012/09/20/reid-calls-out-scott-brown-for-trying-to-duck-ma-sen-debate-with-elizabeth-warren-tonight/). Here's what Reid said on the floor of the Senate:

Madam President, I'm so sorry. We have no more votes today. No more votes today. It's obvious to me what's going on. I've been to a few of these rodeos. It is obvious there is a big stall taking place. One of the Senators who doesn't want to debate tonight won't be in debate. Well, he can't use the Senate as an excuse, there will be no more votes today. Brown supporters and staffers, of course, are no less prone to the antics of the ignorant than the man they follow and work for. On Tuesday Brown supporters and staffers where filmed making "war whoops" and "tomahawk chops", presumably in reference to Warren's Cherokee and Delaware heritage (see video here (http://youtu.be/r1XpAD8auCY)).

Brown quickly condemned the antics in a statement later that day. Of course he did. That doesn't detract from the fact that he hired the staffers and that he hired them for a reason. As Charles Pierce points out (http://www.esquire.com/blogs/politics/scott-brown-staffers-indian-whoop-video-13064243):


There's only one reason to pound the issue about Elizabeth Warren's ancestry and that is to race-bait, to gin up the lizard-brained anger at "quotas" and "affirmative action." Brown already tippy-toed down that line last week in the debate, when he explained that he can tell an Injun jes' by lookin' at one. You talk about her like she gamed the system and you're not merely casting aspersions on her career, but you're giving a nudge-nudge, wink-wink to all the usual suspects out there who know somebody who knew somebody who was related to somebody who knew somebody who didn't get the job they should have had. This is also what they do. This is also what they've always done. This is also why you hired people because this is what they do.
Brown has stooped to a new low and it's not the first time he's used staffers to do his dirty work. On Tuesday, Brown's Campaign Manager Jim Barnett crashed a press conference for Elizabeth Warren supporters (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/09/25/scott-brown-elizabeth-warren-press-conference_n_1913917.html?utm_hp_ref=politics) and, in at least on case, aides have threatened bloggers with law suits.
If Brown can't address the issues like he promised he would, he should at least try to fly below the radar. People in Massachusetts aren't as stupid as he'd like to believe and the contempt he's showing for voters is frankly embarrassing. He is patently outclassed, out smarted, and out of his league in this race.

dixidawg
09-26-2012, 10:04 AM
That's a really unbiased piece... :confused:

gmhr1
09-26-2012, 10:11 AM
Shes a liar she has NO proof of her Indian background her family told her thats her proof
She said:
“As a kid, I never asked my mom for documentation when she talked about our Native American heritage,” says Warren in the new TV ad. “What kid would? But I knew my father’s family didn’t like that she was part Cherokee and part Delaware, so my parents had to elope.”

GEE, My parents eloped because my Grampy hated my Dad wonder if Im part Indian ? I did play Cowboys and Indians when I was little and I have always had horses ..... there you go .

JDogger
09-26-2012, 10:26 AM
That's a really unbiased piece... :confused:

Of course it's biased. That's the nature of political journalism in 2012. BTW this is a political forum everything posted here is biased.:rolleyes:

huntinman
09-26-2012, 10:28 AM
Scott Brown is running against Elizabeth Warren here in Massachusetts. They both agreed early on that the race would be about issues. That's a promise that Warren has kept, but that Brown seems to have forgotten as soon as he uncrossed his fingers behind his back.
Warren continues to talk about issues that concern working families across the country and in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, while Brown prefers the caddy, bitchy, snide remarks that we'd expect to come from the cast members of "Mean Girls (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0377092/)."
Dan Payne of WBUR wrote (http://www.wbur.org/2012/09/21/brown-warren-debate-payne):

If you like your debater to be condescending, snide, repetitive, off topic, rote, eager to get personal, willing to toss out extraneous comments and charges, and full of phony manners (thanking the host for every question), then Sen. Scott Brown is your man. During their first debate Brown launched immediately into attacking Warren's heritage.
"Professor Warren claimed that she's a Native American and a person of color, and as you can see, she's not," said Brown, pointing to Warren on stage. Rachel Maddow of MSNBC picked up on that remark (http://leanforward.msnbc.com/_news/2012/09/20/13997015-barney-frank-rips-scott-brown-over-his-attacks-on-elizabeth-warren?lite), asking Barney Frank during an interview if that was, in fact, a racially charged remark. "I feel like it's racially offensive to say 'I can tell you're not Native American. Look at you,'" Maddow said.
Let's be very clear that Brown's claim about Warren's background has been addressed ad nauseum and she was clearly vindicated of this fabricated accussation - it's old news (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/10/elizabeth-warren-minority-status_n_1508060.html). To perpetuate this lie is beneath any elected official, much less one who replaced the late Ted Kennedy. Let's also be clear that Brown continuously calling Warren "Professor" during the debate wasn't out of respect, but was a dog whistle to the blue collar and working class people in Massachusetts who have always been at odds with, and hold a fair amount of contempt towards the Harvard and MIT crowd in Massachusetts.
By the way, Brown has since denied making remarks (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/09/25/scott-brown-elizabeth-warren-ethnicity_n_1914337.html?ncid=edlinkusaolp00000009 ) about Warren's ethnicity, despite the debate having been aired on national TV, watched by millions of viewers, recorded, and played all over the interwebs.
Brown also saw fit to fabricate his own resume during the debate. Soon after questioning Warren's character, Brown launched into a diatribe of self-importance, as Laura Clawson of Daily Kos points out:

Sen. Scott Brown is a very important man, and at Thursday night's debate with Elizabeth Warren, he added another resume item you might not have known about. Not only does Brown meet secretly with kings and queens (http://articles.boston.com/2012-06-21/metro/32343049_1_kings-and-queens-senator-brown-edward-m-kennedy-institute), not only does Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/07/13/1109490/-Does-Secretary-Clinton-really-have-Scott-Brown-on-speed-dial?detail=hide) call him all the time, but he's also "one of the ranking members on the Armed Services Committee." That last one about ranking member may sound pretty good, but it's a lot like saying you were a "Sanitary Engineer" on your resume instead of "cleaned toilets at the bar." Here's a clip from Charles P. Pierce at Esquire (http://www.esquire.com/blogs/politics/elizabeth-warren-scott-brown-debate-12910145):

Also, at one point, Brown, who has not met with kings and queens, and who did not see the secret Osama bin Laden death photos, claimed that he was "one of the ranking members" of the Senate Armed Services Committee. Yes, he is. He is ranked sixth. In the event that John McCain, Jim Inhofe, Jeff Sessions, Saxby Chambliss, and Roger Wicker all move to Guam to launch new careers as a pick-up basketball team, Scott Brown would be chairman. This may seem like a minor thing, but if Brown is going to make a meal out of Warren's alleged "character" issue regarding her ancestry, then his tendency to aggrandize his place in history ought also to be somewhere on the table. Brown wouldn't take questions after the debate. Actually he appeared to leave in a bit of a huff. Both candidates were scheduled to meet the press briefly after the debate's conclusion. Brown however, after spending the entire evening as a tough guy, beat feet, leaving his campaign manager, Jim Barnett, to stand there and say, "The Senator has had a long day".
A long day? A long day is working two jobs; paying taxes in a state aptly named "taxachusettes"; making sure your kids are fed, have clothes and health care; looking over your bills every night and wondering when you're going to throw in the towel on your underwater mortgage. It's not sitting in Congress with a three times better than average salary and taxpayer paid health care, trying to avoid the evening's debate. That's right, Republicans attempted stall tactics in order to keep Brown in DC and away from the debate, but Harry Reid called them out and Brown made it to Boston (http://news.firedoglake.com/2012/09/20/reid-calls-out-scott-brown-for-trying-to-duck-ma-sen-debate-with-elizabeth-warren-tonight/). Here's what Reid said on the floor of the Senate:

Madam President, I'm so sorry. We have no more votes today. No more votes today. It's obvious to me what's going on. I've been to a few of these rodeos. It is obvious there is a big stall taking place. One of the Senators who doesn't want to debate tonight won't be in debate. Well, he can't use the Senate as an excuse, there will be no more votes today. Brown supporters and staffers, of course, are no less prone to the antics of the ignorant than the man they follow and work for. On Tuesday Brown supporters and staffers where filmed making "war whoops" and "tomahawk chops", presumably in reference to Warren's Cherokee and Delaware heritage (see video here (http://youtu.be/r1XpAD8auCY)).

Brown quickly condemned the antics in a statement later that day. Of course he did. That doesn't detract from the fact that he hired the staffers and that he hired them for a reason. As Charles Pierce points out (http://www.esquire.com/blogs/politics/scott-brown-staffers-indian-whoop-video-13064243):


There's only one reason to pound the issue about Elizabeth Warren's ancestry and that is to race-bait, to gin up the lizard-brained anger at "quotas" and "affirmative action." Brown already tippy-toed down that line last week in the debate, when he explained that he can tell an Injun jes' by lookin' at one. You talk about her like she gamed the system and you're not merely casting aspersions on her career, but you're giving a nudge-nudge, wink-wink to all the usual suspects out there who know somebody who knew somebody who was related to somebody who knew somebody who didn't get the job they should have had. This is also what they do. This is also what they've always done. This is also why you hired people because this is what they do.
Brown has stooped to a new low and it's not the first time he's used staffers to do his dirty work. On Tuesday, Brown's Campaign Manager Jim Barnett crashed a press conference for Elizabeth Warren supporters (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/09/25/scott-brown-elizabeth-warren-press-conference_n_1913917.html?utm_hp_ref=politics) and, in at least on case, aides have threatened bloggers with law suits.
If Brown can't address the issues like he promised he would, he should at least try to fly below the radar. People in Massachusetts aren't as stupid as he'd like to believe and the contempt he's showing for voters is frankly embarrassing. He is patently outclassed, out smarted, and out of his league in this race.

Now that's a ringing endorsement for truth and honor.:roll:

duckheads
09-26-2012, 10:39 AM
And she will win the senate seat because if crap like this is all her opponent can put up...he loses

Seems that you side with the liars, cheaters and scammers as long as they have a Democratic position. Really speaks loudly about your character

menmon
09-26-2012, 10:52 AM
Shes a liar she has NO proof of her Indian background her family told her thats her proof
She said:
“As a kid, I never asked my mom for documentation when she talked about our Native American heritage,” says Warren in the new TV ad. “What kid would? But I knew my father’s family didn’t like that she was part Cherokee and part Delaware, so my parents had to elope.”

GEE, My parents eloped because my Grampy hated my Dad wonder if Im part Indian ? I did play Cowboys and Indians when I was little and I have always had horses ..... there you go .

When I was growing up, my mother told me I was 1/16 cherokee since my dad's mother's mother was 1/2 cherokee. I was proud of that too as a young man and even as an older man. I have never questioned my source and that was my mother.

Please lets argue issues not heritage. Point is that is what the real issue in this presidental race....he can't be a black man and be a good president. A mormon is trading up in your opinion, but you would prefer that not be the case either. He is a republican and that's better than a black man even though he is a mormon.

huntinman
09-26-2012, 11:05 AM
When I was growing up, my mother told me I was 1/16 cherokee since my dad's mother's mother was 1/2 cherokee. I was proud of that too as a young man and even as an older man. I have never questioned my source and that was my mother.

Please lets argue issues not heritage. Point is that is what the real issue in this presidental race....he can't be a black man and be a good president. A mormon is trading up in your opinion, but you would prefer that not be the case either. He is a republican and that's better than a black man even though he is a mormon.

I don't care if he's purple... but he is a jackass... and he's on his way to ruining this country...

duckheads
09-26-2012, 11:09 AM
When I was growing up, my mother told me I was 1/16 cherokee since my dad's mother's mother was 1/2 cherokee. I was proud of that too as a young man and even as an older man. I have never questioned my source and that was my mother.

Please lets argue issues not heritage. Point is that is what the real issue in this presidental race....he can't be a black man and be a good president. A mormon is trading up in your opinion, but you would prefer that not be the case either. He is a republican and that's better than a black man even though he is a mormon.


Are you really that clueless? She was being paid for representing and giving legal advice as an attorney while not being licensed to do so. This is not an issue to you because she is a Democrat. This is an issue with me and even if she was a Republican it would be an issue to me.

gmhr1
09-26-2012, 11:13 AM
In this case your right he's not a good President. So far he hasn't told any lies thats one up on obama. Why would you want a Country run by liars?

JDogger
09-26-2012, 11:17 AM
Are you really that clueless? She was being paid for representing and giving legal advice as an attorney while not being licensed to do so. This is not an issue to you because she is a Democrat. This is an issue with me and even if she was a Republican it would be an issue to me.

Well then don't vote for her. Issue resolved.

helencalif
09-26-2012, 11:30 AM
JDogger,

I don't live in MA so I don't have a dog in this political fight. The topic is Elizabeth Warren and the new allegations that she has practiced law in MA without being licensed to practice law in MA. The allegations were put forth by a law professor. She is not a lawyer, she is a law professor. Records show she has never applied to MA to practice law.

About her supposed ancestry. Research has proven she has no Native American ancestry whatsoever. Yet she checked the minority box and stated she was Native American to get jobs at two different colleges. She listed herself as being Native American in a law directory for years. Why would she do that if there was no personal benefit for doing so? Neither college checked her out; they went with what she said because they needed minorities on their staff.

When someone claims minority status and it is discovered there is no minority status, the discovery is not race-baiting.

She has not been vindicated of claiming she was Native American when she was not. When this issue was first raised, she should have quickly done her own research and then stepped forward to admit she had made a mistake. She didn't; she continued to say she must be part Cherokee because family members told her she was. She seems to still be sticking to that even though it has been proven there is no Native American ancestry whatsoever. Of course, she could take a simple DNA test (rub inside of your cheeks with cotton swabs) which would provide conclusive proof of her ancestry. DNA testing isn't expensive, it doesn't hurt, and the results would be back within 30 days.

Lets watch this new allegation play out and see whether it can been determined whether or not she practiced law in MA and accepted funds for providing legal counsel when she had no license to practice law in MA.

It's all about her character.

Helen

JDogger
09-26-2012, 11:44 AM
Elizabeth Warren Did Not Claim Minority Status, Records ShowBy STEVE LeBLANC 05/10/12 08:53 PM ET http://s.huffpost.com/images/v/ap_wire.png

















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BOSTON -- Records show that the leading Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts identified her race as "white" on an employment record at the University of Texas and declined to apply for admission to Rutgers Law School under a program for minority students.
The records on Elizabeth Warren were obtained by The Associated Press on Thursday. Warren's heritage has been under scrutiny after it surfaced that she had listed herself as having Native American heritage in law school directories.
Warren's campaign said the records reinforce her earlier statements that she never relied on a claim of minority status to get teaching jobs. She has criticized the campaign of Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown for suggesting that might be the case.
A third document obtained by the AP Thursday indicated that the University of Pennsylvania, where Warren also worked, identified her as a minority professor.
Brown has called on Warren to release all law school applications and personnel files from the universities where she taught.
Warren worked at the University of Texas from 1983 to 1987, when she took a job at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
A report by a committee established to review the status of minority faculty at the University of Pennsylvania identifies Warren as a minority, however, without elaborating.
The new documents paint a fuller picture of Warren's law school record.
On the Rutgers application, Warren wrote "No" in response to the question: "Are you interested in applying for admission under the Program for Minority Group Students?"

huntinman
09-26-2012, 11:49 AM
And Obama did not blame the embassy attacks on some dumb video...

gmhr1
09-26-2012, 11:56 AM
The Democratic candidate’s troubles began last week when it was revealed that Harvard once described Warren as a Native American minority. Warren doesn’t publicly refer to herself that way.
It was also revealed that Warren described herself as a Native American minority in professional law school (http://www.retrievertraining.net/forums/#) directories during the 1980s and ’90s.
Warren immediately denied that she briefly considered herself a Native American minority to help advance her career when schools were looking to boost minority hires.
On Wednesday the Boston Herald reported (http://bostonherald.com/news/politics/view/20220502warren_i_used_minority_listing_to_make_fri ends) that Warren now claims she did this to meet others with Native American ancestry.


Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/05/03/elizabeth-warren-still-scrambling-to-explain-her-native-american-minority-claim/#ixzz27ayo32cV

gmhr1
09-26-2012, 11:58 AM
The Democratic candidate’s troubles began last week when it was revealed that Harvard once described Warren as a Native American minority. Warren doesn’t publicly refer to herself that way.
The Harvard Law professor is now claiming she knows she has American Indian blood because a female relative told her that her grandfather had “high cheek bones like all the Indians do.” and she has the same cheekbones.


It was also revealed that Warren described herself as a Native American minority in professional lawschool (http://www.retrievertraining.net/forums/#) directories during the 1980s and ’90s.
Warren immediately denied that she briefly considered herself a Native American minority to help advance her career when schools were looking to boost minority hires.
On Wednesday the Boston Herald reported (http://bostonherald.com/news/politics/view/20220502warren_i_used_minority_listing_to_make_fri ends) that Warren now claims she did this to meet others with Native American ancestry.

more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/05/03/elizabeth-warren-still-scrambling-to-explain-her-native-american-minority-claim/#ixzz27ayo32cV

Sad that people feel the need to defend her instead if seeing her for what she is a fake!

JDogger
09-26-2012, 12:02 PM
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huntinman
09-26-2012, 12:03 PM
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That is exactly what Warren is doing by pretending to be something she isn't.

JDogger
09-26-2012, 12:22 PM
Kinda like these guys

http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll176/JDoggger/ruin.jpg

gmhr1
09-26-2012, 12:33 PM
You might want to watch the howard stern interview with Obama supporters before you put down republicans . pm me for the link if you need it.

huntinman
09-26-2012, 12:33 PM
Kinda like these guys

http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll176/JDoggger/ruin.jpg

What, couldn't find Pres Bush?

JDogger
09-26-2012, 01:05 PM
You might want to watch the howard stern interview with Obama supporters before you put down republicans . pm me for the link if you need it.

See my reply bolded in green on post #78 of the 47% thread.

gmhr1
09-26-2012, 01:10 PM
Not much you can say when you hear obama supporters own words.

helencalif
09-26-2012, 02:15 PM
JDogger,

The two colleges where she declared she was Native American were Penn State and Harvard.
Helen

menmon
09-26-2012, 02:49 PM
Sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo! She still wins and you don't get your majority in the senate because of the presidential ticket yahoos.

duk4me
09-26-2012, 02:55 PM
JDogger,

The two colleges where she declared she was Native American were Penn State and Harward.
Helen

Harward, where silly Texans go to finishing school.:p