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The wolves are lining up behind Elizabeth Warren to be a member of the Senate Banking Committee. So naturally, we're graced with article after article from the opinion molders.
Just about every time that I see a picture of this women, she's using the following body language:
What's going on here?
There may be a few of you that are reading this, who may think "That looks strangely familiar".
You've surely seen this popular depiction of The Prince of Peace:
Now, I'm not an expert on public speaking and body language, but I can tell you this much: Elizabeth Warren did not become a Senator to promote peace. Government is the polar opposite of peace.
My research on the meaning of this gesture found that it means to "come together" or "come this way"...(If there are public speaking aficionados out there, please leave a comment if you can add to this meaning).
If this is, in fact, what Warren is trying to convey, what's her goal?
Bob Wenzel has sounded the warning sirens:
Elizabeth Warren, hater of free markets...during the peak of the financial crisis, wanted to nationalize the entire banking system (as if it isn't nationalized enough).
The fact of the matter is that Warren is a tool of the unions and a bank-hater that has no clue as to what the problem is with the banking system.Danger ahead.
In the Senate, she will rail against banks, but rather than calling for an end to the Fed, or anything close to it, she will call for more intervention in the sector that will result in a more dysfunctional banking sector, resulting in more central banking from D.C., and more corruption.Warren is clueless about banks, but very savvy about posing as a servant of the people, when in fact she serves special interests, such as the unions. But she will go beyond bank intervention. This woman has never understood the word, stop. She most certainly will be advocating many crazed interventionist schemes, beyond the banking sector. You see, she knows what is best for us always and everywhere.