* Wherein ‘toppling’ is not meant literally or even figuratively, but merely temporarily. That is, until she is elected.
Mrs. Clinton will pitch that “toppling” with a very different style than Ms. Warren, a bankruptcy expert whose populist message has been laser-focused on holding Wall Street accountable. Mrs. Clinton will present proposals for changes in the tax code as a way of also investing in education, infrastructure and communities.
Mrs. Clinton “wakes up asking how she can accomplish real things for families, not who she can attack,” said Gene B. Sperling, an economic adviser in the Clinton and Obama administrations.
It’s “advisers” like Sperling, who should be the first to walk the plank followed by all these so-called leaders who have led us all into social and economic oblivion for the past half a century. They’re highly paid chameleons, who tell each administration exactly what they want to hear. Now, that Clinton is running for office, he’s quick to distance himself from Warren, who’s “unelectable” (precisely because she is populist) and prepare himself for an advisory role in Hillary’s fiscally stale administration.
And if you need more evidence that it will be a cold day in hell when Hillary Clinton does anything to harm the 1% …
A rift between Clinton and Warren emerged when Clinton, as a New York senator, later voted in favor of the bankruptcy reform she, Warren and Sperling had all been fighting against during the Clinton administration.
The most lender friendly bankruptcy reform in the history of this nation.
Hillary ‘topple the 1%?’ not a chance in hell.