Waba Squaw

Elizabeth Warren - Waba Squaw Speaks With Serpent's TongueElizabeth Warren is the multimillionaire Harvard law professor running against Sen. Scott Brown for the US Senate in Massachusetts as a Democratic party populist-progressive champion.

She’s run into a problem though in her bid to unseat the surprisingly popular Massachusetts Republican. It’s not an uncommon problem for academics and politicians. She lied about her background so as to game the system.

One has to wonder how desperate Harvard was for “diversity” – and possibly the the funding and grants that come with it – that they accepted the fair-skinned, blonde-haired, blue-eyed Warren as a Native American. Both Harvard and this lying little waba squaw (white woman) have a lot nerve and even more explaining to do.

NOTE: “Waba Squaw” is from the Wampanoag dialect of Algonquin, the dominant native language in Massachusetts, where this affront occurred.

As Warren claimed that she got her blood from the Cherokee people, “Unega Agehya” would have been equally valid but less understandable to the majority of Whites.

She and Harvard both got caught in their self-serving, racial lies though, and the Native Tribal organizations, especially the Cherokee Nation are not pleased, nor are the people of Massachusetts.

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States Rights Hook

failure should be painful and it seemingly is for Obama.

President Obama has to feel like a tired boxer hung up on the ropes with his opponent pummeling away at him. First he and his agenda took a hard blow from Republican Scott Brown’s surprising and substantial defeat of Democrat Martha Coakley for the late Ted Kennedy’s Massachusetts Senate seat.

Now the state legislatures across the nation are now pounding away at one of ObamaCare’s key provision, mandatory health insurance coverage for all Americans.

From Associated Press (AP) via Yahoo News:

Lawmakers in 34 states have filed or proposed amendments to their state constitutions or statutes rejecting health insurance mandates, according to the American Legislative Exchange Council, a nonprofit group that promotes limited government that is helping coordinate the efforts. Many of those proposals are targeted for the November ballot, assuring that health care remains a hot topic as hundreds of federal and state lawmakers face re-election.

If Scott Brown’s election could be described as a punishing body blow, then 34 out of 50 – 68% and enough, with 4 states to spare, to call a Constitutional Convention – state legislatures moving to block ObamaCare’s insurance mandate must be described as a States Rights hook and one that went straight across Obama’s chin.

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