The sight of Sen. Elizabeth Warren happily rubbing her hands together at the prospect of illegally seizing wealth from rival John Delaney was worth more than a thousand words about her unconstitutional tax scheme. But Sen. Warren, James Freeman notes in the WSJ, made it clear during the Democratic debates that highly successful entrepreneurs aren’t the only targets of their ire.
During last month’s debates in Miami, Elizabeth Warren, dismissed her more moderate rivals as people holding “small ideas and spinelessness.” Notes Mr. Freeman: the Senator suggested that Democratic colleagues who oppose Warren’s agenda “do so not because of honest disagreements but because of character flaws.”
There are a lot of politicians who say, oh, it’s just not possible, we just can’t do it, have a lot of political reasons for this. What they’re really telling you is they just won’t fight for it. Well, health care is a basic human right, and I will fight for basic human rights.
Perhaps, continues Mr. Freeman, Sen. Warren’s more moderate colleagues are aware how often governments declaring health care a basic human right end up providing horrible health care.
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