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Wednesday, October 12, 2011 9:25 pm

Even better than Tina Fey as Sarah Palin

Filed under: Fun — Lex @ 9:25 pm

Molly Erdman as Elizabeth Warren:

My only quibble: In Massachusetts, the Coors Light should have been a Sam Adams.

And here’s the real Elizabeth Warren, providing some of the grist for Erdman’s parody:


  1. Does Elizabeth Warren *also* support spitting on our troops? #OWS

    “I ask this because back at the beginning of October Ms. Warren seemed to be very much in favor of the entire Occupy Wall Street ‘thing.’ As the Boston Globe noted: “All of the candidates expressed support for the controversial protesters who are part of the “Occupy Boston” movement downtown.”

    The question then becomes: does that support include the members of Occupy Boston who went after a Coast Guard woman in uniform today?”

    Comment by Fred Gregory — Friday, October 14, 2011 1:58 am @ 1:58 am

  2. Lex,

    I don’t recall ever hearing about Elizabeth Warren untill you posted these two videos.

    Curiosity led me to search. I now know that she is running in a Mass. Democratic primary for the chance to face Scott Brown ( R ) for a seat in the US Senate.

    It apperars that the parody video is friendly and not intended to demeann her message,

    In surfing the net I found a response to this crackpot’s unhinged socialist rant…

    Group of friends of Stanford football post on a board called On the current events board, we have debated the Warren comments. here was my response:

    “You built a factory out there? Good for you,” – “Built a factory” is a summary for a lot of work. Put up equity, designed a business, took risk to buy land, get permits, pay property taxes and use taxes and permit fees. Then, bought a bunch of equipment and had it installed …and paid sales taxes. Hired some employees and paid them a bunch of money and paid payroll taxes on top of that. Bought a bunch of raw materials from companies that paid a bunch of salaries and a bunch of taxes. Building a factory is a huge private investment that pays the public a lot of taxes for the right to be built.

    “But I want to be clear: you moved your goods to market on the roads the rest of us paid for.” – Between fuel taxes, license fees, tolls and various taxes on transportation related activities, the roads budget is smaller than the total tax take.

    “You hired workers the rest of us paid to educate.” No, you did not educate them. You babysat them for 12 years. Then I hired them, taught them how to be responsible and show up for work, taught them how to communicate in clear sentences, taught them that there are rights and wrongs and (unlike with your schools) wrongs have consequences in the workplace. Then paid for extended education for my employees so they could continue to improve themselves and better add value to what we do around here.

    “You were safe in your factory because of police forces and fire forces that the rest of us paid for.” Funny, my factory has 24/7 security guards because the last time it was broken into, the police did not even bother to take a report, they just said “call your insurance company”. As for fire? The closest fire department is 10 miles away. My insurance company requires that I have a full wet sprinkler system to qualify for insurance because there is no local fire protection.

    “You didn’t have to worry that marauding bands would come and seize everything at your factory, and hire someone to protect against this, because of the work the rest of us did.” Well, that is not exactly true. When the AFL-CIO tried to unionize my workforce, they staged three days of noisy protests outside my factory. The police forces just stood around and watched as the protesters intimidated my workers, vandalized their cars and destroyed my property.

    You say “we” like the government and society are the same. They aren’t. My company and my community and you politicians are not “we”.

    Comment by Fred Gregory — Sunday, October 16, 2011 1:55 pm @ 1:55 pm

  3. […] board dedicated to Stanford football. (Uh, OK, whatever.) The writer purports to be responding to this video of Elizabeth Warren as he wahrgarblz: “You built a factory out there? Good for you,” – “Built a factory” is […]

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