Let’s Hear It For the Girl

Elizabeth Warren, the Woman Who Would Throw Stones, The Matriarch of Mayhem, the Socialist Whore [according to an irate party crasher] dedicated to turn your first born into a Marxist revolutionary and the woman who dares to run for the late Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat in Massachussets has produced her first political ad.  Ooooo, scary!

Now think about the ads Karl Rove’s outfit, Crossroads GPS, has run against Elizabeth Warren–the attacks, the baseless accusations.  This straightforward introduction is a breath of fresh air.  And that is why Elizabeth Warren is so very dangerous.

Let’s hear it for the girl!

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10 Comments on “Let’s Hear It For the Girl”

  1. bostonboomer says:

    What a great ad! She’s so genuine. I can’t wait to vote for her.

  2. Fannie says:

    I hope she is awarded for all her hard work……….I like her.

  3. Dee says:

    It does not get any better. Her hair is perfect, the glasses are perfect, the tone is spot on, and the pictures could not be better chosen. Central casting got it right this time.

    I just hope people still know the difference between the real deal and a well-grommed blowup Ken doll.

    • Peggy Sue says:

      “The well-groomed blowup Ken doll!” LOL. That’s really good.

      I don’t have any personal animus against Scott Brown. But I really like Elizabeth Warren. I think you’re right about the ad–it hits every note. There are no gimmicks, no barbs. Just a simple, straight forward into: This is who I am, this is where I come from and this is what I stand for.

      There’s beauty in simplicity. Sincerity is a plus, too. And I believe this woman. My only problem? I don’t live in Massachussets. Damn!

  4. Pat Johnson says:

    She is perhaps the only reason that will get me to the polls next November.

  5. northwestrain says:

    Great ad.

    My state has two women senators– but they are part of the boy’s club.

  6. ralphb says:

    My goodness she is a really fantastic candidate!

  7. foxyladi14 says:

    sure sorry that I don’t live in Massachusetts.