Some say Barrack Obama is quietly encouraging Mass. Senator Elizabeth Warren to enter the 2016 election and challenge perennial front runner, Hillary Clinton should she run. This would have two important results. Keep women's interest focused on the democrats, and a useful idiot's defense of his leftest policy gains and legacy, thus shore up the base of low info voters that were key to defeating Clinton in the 2008 primaries.It seems Hillary Clinton may be taking these rumors seriously, possibly explaining the friction between her and the President as of late. And recent comments bare out, at least on the surface, that she may have started her jerk to the left and warm up to the democrat base and Lo-Fo voters before her announcement to run.
Rob Janicki has this take on her recent comments:
Hillary Clinton, echoing the radical loons of the far left, has managed to move toward that craziest of liberal loons, Elizabeth Warren, rumored to be a challenger to Hillary in the 2016 Democratic presidential campaign. Clinton must be in fear of Warren's mounting appeal to the far left base of the Democrat Party and has decided to act now to stake out or, at least, contend for that insane far left territory of the 'delusional ones'.
On Friday, while delivering a stump speech in Boston for Martha Coakley, the Democrat candidate for governor of Massachusetts, Hillary echoed Warren's and Obama's comments that businesses don't create jobs. It was moronic when Obama said it and when Warren mimicked him. Now, Hillary seems to be reinventing that crazy notion as her own.
“Don’t let anybody tell you it’s corporations and businesses create jobs......You know that old theory, ‘trickle-down economics......That has been tried, that has failed. It has failed rather spectacularly.”
“You know, one of the things my husband says when people say ‘Well, what did you bring to Washington,’ he said, ‘Well, I brought arithmetic....."
Well, if Bill Clinton brought arithmetic with him to the White House, it must have been the forerunner of the Common Core math curriculum, because nobody else, other than a socialist can understand Hillary's math skills as they pertain to business.
Hillary is simply mimicking Marxist propaganda in an appeal to the "working class". Let's not forget that the "working class" does not put up any of their own money at risk when they work for wages. They perform the work they are paid to do and then they draw their pay. In the process, the working class plays their role in the process of creating wealth, which, in part, pays their wages, but that's not all they might receive.
Many businesses provide employee stock participation programs with matching contributory funds. The idea being that if employees have a financial stake in the success of the business, they will be motivated to perform at a high level of productivity. If the business becomes more profitable, then employees, become stock holders (part owners) of the business and become enriched beyond their earned wages and enjoy the profits as stakeholders in the business venture.
Watch for more of Hillary's swing to the far left to pre-empt and dull Elizabeth Warren's march to Marxism.
Rob Janicki is a retired educator, strong supporter of the 2nd amendment and all around good guy,
as well as owner/operator of the website Wired Right and owes me 20 bucks.