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14 minutes ago, luv2 said:

I am not sure what is funny about her lying and stating she was a minority? It is condescending to laugh. Since many minorities face discrimination because of their race, gender, religion, sexual orientation.

I'm laughing at your persistent claims, not Warren. She's a perfectly fine candidate for the presidency. 

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1 hour ago, toomuchbaloney said:

I'm laughing at your persistent claims, not Warren. She's a perfectly fine candidate for the presidency. 

Please clarify what you mean by  "persistent" claims.

 

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11 hours ago, BCgradnurse said:

Is this emotionally or factually based?  Please show evidence of this, and for the love of God, no videos, please. 

Factually based. Videos and articles to paint a clear picture

https://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/05/article-cites-elizabeth-warren-as-first-woman-of-color-hired-by-harvard-law-school

 

"In my three years at Stanford Law School, there were no professors who were women of color.283 Harvard Law School hired its first woman of color, Elizabeth Warren, in 1995.28 Why would it make a difference to have women of color as professors? There is no question that having women on law school faculties makes a difference and that the difference is multifaceted .... The presence of women on a faculty also insures that women's interests are protected. When women sit on committees fewer sexist comments are made and women candidates' positive attributes are probably focused upon .... But perhaps most important, the presence of more women faculty members alleviated the students' sense that the one woman in the school was unique in some manner.28 5 Accordingly, women of color could add new views and experiences which may result in a changed atmosphere and dynamic in the classroom.286 It could also result in unique scholarship".

https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=3415&context=flr

(pg-898)

"her father, my Papaw -- had high cheekbones like all of the Indians do".  Senator Elizabeth Warren

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/warren-explains-minority-listing-talks-of-grandfathers-high-cheekbones/

 She copied a recipe from a french chef and tried to pass as a Native American meal.

https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/elizabeth-warrens-family-ties

To be fair Harvard University did not mention it in the Crismon. 

https://www.thecrimson.com/article/1995/2/15/woman-tenured-at-law-school-puniversity/

“What do we do with this? ” Senator Warren

When people are protesting which is part of their civil rights?

https://www.mediaite.com/opinion/elizabeth-warrens-speech-on-black-women-didnt-include-the-black-woman-who-integrated-her-segregated-high-school/

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23 hours ago, luv2 said:

She manipulated the system and does not even care. She allowed the mistreatment of minorities that work on her campaign and now is pandering for their vote.

Your connotation in claiming she "lied" seems to be that she was aware her family's understanding of their heritage was incorrect, there's no reason to believe that's the case since up until recently, this was all your understanding of heritage could be based on.  The narrative passed down in my family was also that there was native American heritage in our ancestry, and I get that since I'm often asked which of the two local tribes I belong to (according to ancenstryDNA I am about as white as it gets).  

Since Warren didn't make any sort of claim to Harvard of Native American ancestry until long after she was hired, your claim would have required Harvard to have had a time machine, gone forward in time and looked at her employee questionnaire, and then based on that travelled back in time and given her a job because of their time travelling adventure, I'm sorry but that seems unlikely.

There has been no reason to believe that "she allowed the mistreatment of minorities that work on her campaign", there have been complaints that people hired to do the necessary yet menial jobs of the campaign were not then surprised with much more impactful roles, which is not mistreatment in any way.

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1 hour ago, luv2 said:

Please clarify what you mean by  "persistent" claims.

 

per·sist·ent
/pərˈsist(ə)nt/
adjective
  1. 1.
    continuing firmly or obstinately in a course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition
     
    plural noun: claims
    1.
    an assertion of the truth of something, typically one that is disputed or in doubt.

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4 hours ago, luv2 said:

I am not sure what is funny about her lying and stating she was a minority? It is condescending to laugh. Since many minorities face discrimination because of their race, gender, religion, sexual orientation.

She also lied about being fired because she was pregnant.  And wasn't there something regarding her kid's schooling as well.

I'm sure this is enough to disqualify her by the morally superior anti- Trumpers who post here.

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40 minutes ago, Lucylu71 said:

She also lied about being fired because she was pregnant.  And wasn't there something regarding her kid's schooling as well.

I'm sure this is enough to disqualify her by the morally superior anti- Trumpers who post here.

Haha...as if a Trump supporter has any problem with lies of any kind....hahahaha

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2 hours ago, MunoRN said:

Your connotation in claiming she "lied" seems to be that she was aware her family's understanding of their heritage was incorrect, there's no reason to believe that's the case since up until recently, this was all your understanding of heritage could be based on.  The narrative passed down in my family was also that there was native American heritage in our ancestry, and I get that since I'm often asked which of the two local tribes I belong to (according to ancenstryDNA I am about as white as it gets).  

Since Warren didn't make any sort of claim to Harvard of Native American ancestry until long after she was hired, your claim would have required Harvard to have had a time machine, gone forward in time and looked at her employee questionnaire, and then based on that travelled back in time and given her a job because of their time travelling adventure, I'm sorry but that seems unlikely.

There has been no reason to believe that "she allowed the mistreatment of minorities that work on her campaign", there have been complaints that people hired to do the necessary yet menial jobs of the campaign were not then surprised with much more impactful roles, which is not mistreatment in any way.

Yes, but if she allows the other university to release her records then this claim could be quashed.

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34 minutes ago, toomuchbaloney said:

Haha...as if a Trump supporter has any problem with lies of any kind....hahahaha

Not a Trump supporter, but we deserve better.

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1 hour ago, Lucylu71 said:

She also lied about being fired because she was pregnant.  And wasn't there something regarding her kid's schooling as well.

I'm sure this is enough to disqualify her by the morally superior anti- Trumpers who post here.

I am not sure. However, this quote reminds me of Senator Elizabeth Warren "those who live in glass houses should not throw stones".

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2 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:
per·sist·ent
/pərˈsist(ə)nt/
adjective
  1. 1.
    continuing firmly or obstinately in a course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition
     
    plural noun: claims
    1.
    an assertion of the truth of something, typically one that is disputed or in doubt.

I see.

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6 hours ago, Lucylu71 said:

She also lied about being fired because she was pregnant.  And wasn't there something regarding her kid's schooling as well.

I'm sure this is enough to disqualify her by the morally superior anti- Trumpers who post here.

She is a flip-flopper

 

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