Paul Krugman has just posted a quick note on his New York Time “The Conscience of a Liberal” blog site about Elizabeth Warren’s decision to explore the waters of a US Senate race in Massachusetts:
Finally, Someone to Run Against Wall Street
One of the truly amazing things about American politics in the Lesser Depression is that nobody in political life has been willing to run as the champion of ordinary Americans against the financial wheeler-dealers who brought this disaster on us….
So I’m glad to hear that Elizabeth Warren will apparently run for Senate. She’s no Huey Long — her manner is more schoolteacher than rabble-rouser — but that makes her more credible. And she’s got the best credentials on the financial crisis of any prominent figure in American life.
This should be edifying
Read the full item here at the NYTimes.com