In order to maintain its commitment to Executive excellence, the Democratic Party needs to introduce a first-term junior Senator into the mix for President in 2016. Unfortunately for the nation’s Subaru owners, Coexist bumpersticker consumers, and higher-education professionals, they’re going to have to find a first-term junior Senator who isn’t Elizabeth Warren.
Despite rampant speculation that Fauxcahontas herself would challenge Hillary Clinton for the top prize, Warren confirmed to Fortune magazine that she has no intention of seeking higher office…yet.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) gave a new type of answer about possibly running for president: she’s not going to run for president.
Warren, a favorite of the liberal wing of the Democratic party, was asked if she was going to run for president in an interview with Sheila Bair for Fortune magazine.
“So are you going to run for president?” Bair asked.
“No,” Warren responded.
Warren, who has a net worth of approximately $8.5 million and is the 76th wealthiest lawmaker in Congress, did have some advice for any potential candidates: demonstrate that Washington is for the rich and powerful and not America’s suffering families. She suggested that the candidate outline changes that would level the playing field, but did not specify if she would voluntarily give her millions to suffering people across the nation; however, she does clearly support the implementation of bureaucratic government programs that mire the lower classes in red tape disguised as compassion, which will help certain liberals, who obviously know what’s best for poor people, sleep at night. And that’s what truly matters.
The most unfortunate part of this decision, other than missing out on a Clinton-Warren debate, is that Elizabeth Warren will continue her term in the Senate, proposing meaningless legislation designed to ease the pain of the decline of the American Communist party.
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