MILLINOCKET, Maine July 27, 2014 – There’s a song that would be perfect as a theme for U.S. Senate hopeful Elizabeth “Lie-awatha” Warren and her staunch supporters. It’s “Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief” written in the 1940‘s. Penned by Paul Francis Webster with somewhat awkward lyrics, it was set to music by none other than Hoagy Carmichael.
It’s not their best work, but the songmeisters had it performed by an ebullient Betty Hutton in the B-movie musical “Stork Club” (1946).
Elizabeth “Dances with Moonbats” Warren, is not content to be a self-professed Indian or a self-professed professor (say that five times fast). She is also a self-professed lawyer in Massachusetts.
She had a license to practice law in New Jersey, but she recently gave that one up citing the inability to keep up with the legal classes needed to retain the license. It must have been equally inconvenient to take the bar exam in Massachusetts, so she just skipped it.
When there’s money to be made, there’s no time to waste on such trivialities.
A recent caller to The Howie Carr Show attempted to defend Warren’s claim to be part-Indian by suggesting that if she identifies with being Native-American, then she should be allowed to claim that she is a Native-American.
Some of Elizabeth “Tiger Lily” Warren’s more influential supporters include Massachusetts State Congressman Jim McGovern and former New Jersey Senator Bill Bradley. She is also supported by LGBT groups and labor organizations. And, not surprisingly, the liberal, progressive denizens of the Deep-Blue state just cannot wait to defeat Scott Brown at the polls.
If the voters of Massachusetts elect Elizabeth “Joke-ahantas” Warren as their next U.S. Senator, then they deserve what they get.
Maybe the state that sent Barney Frank to D.C. wants to further express its concern for diversity in the Senate, even if represented by a fake “Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief.”
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