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I thought, 2008, that’s it, that is the watershed moment,” Warren says. “We put sensible people in the House, in the Senate and in the White House.” But even with the new leadership, Warren said, “the people who broke the market doubled down on the failed policies. This was not supposed to happen. But it did happen.
Massachusetts Senatorial candidate, Elizabeth Warren, discussing “the dissonance of what happened when the last change-peddlers hit Washington,” in a great New York Times Magazine profile. (via joshsternberg)

Regarding the last post, we do recommend you get beyond the headline, though. :) 

(Source: joshsternberg, via brooklynmutt)

November 19, 2011 // 17:08 // 2 years ago
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