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In Senate Run, Warren Comes Out Swinging

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It’s barely been a week since Elizabeth Warren announced she would run for Senate in Massachusetts, but the consumer advocate and Harvard law professor is already finding her stride as a barnstorming candidate. After a year spent trying to prove that she can get along with Congressional Republicans and Wall Street Bankers as President Obama’s special assistant in charge of setting up the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, now Warren is able to speak her mind more freely.

And she’s come out swinging. Check out this video, which is becoming something of a viral sensation on Youtube and various liberal blogs, despite the low resolution. It features Warren in a supporter’s living room, one stop on her “listening tour” around Massachusetts.

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