Why did ultra liberal [mc_name name=’Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA)’ chamber=’senate’ mcid=’W000817′ ] (D.-MA) remind Presidential candidates, “they must curb the influence of Wall Street and banks on the political process“? It seems as if she was specifically targeting her party’s leading Presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton who is the largest benefactor of wealthy Wall Street contributors and “too large to fail” banks.
Mrs. Clinton can never disassociate herself from wealthy supporters either in the investment community or Morgan Stanley, J.P. Morgan Chase and Goldman Sachs. To enhance the perception she cares for ordinary citizens and mollifies Sen. Warren and her Party’s liberal base she suggested the following if elected.
To atone for “Income Inequality” she promised to tell businesses how much of their company profits they must share with employees. First, what experience does Mrs. Clinton have in operating businesses? Second, who would ever invest in a business that mandates Hillary Clinton determine it’s payroll? While a “War on Capitalism” may satisfy Senators Bernie Sanders (D-MA) and Elizabeth Warren, how long before our Free Enterprise System would collapse?
Surely, Hillary Clinton wants to appeal to the so-called common people but her primary loyalty rests on those who helped raise $47.5 million alone during April to June 2015. They have also contributed to the “Clinton Initiative” and (PAC) over one billion dollars for her political campaign. Hillary Clinton is the candidate of Wall Street and big bankers and they would never invest in a political candidate who places a target on their backs if elected.

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