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Fauxahantas sad USSR didn't steal all private property

Kurt Barlow
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This "faux pas" happens only a few days/weeks before she announces her run for President.  Of the United States.  Which is weird considering her speech last week:

"Warren appeared at American University last week, where she gave a speech outlining her views on foreign policy, and it turns out, they're strange, even by Elizabeth Warren standards.

According to Elizabeth Warren, American capitalists, whom she seems to believe had already "ruined" their own country by the time the Berlin Wall fell, spelling the end of the Soviet Union, raced to replace the failed Communist experiment with one of their own, encouraging former Soviet states to rapidly embrace the free market and the concept of private property — and that's just awful.

"Champions of cutthroat capitalism pushed former Soviet states to privatize as quickly as possible, despite the enormous risk of corruption," she laments."
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The best of both worlds: crazy and boring.



https://www.dailywire.com/news/38981/watch-sen-elizabeth-warren-very-sad-remnants-ussr-emily-zanotti
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Warpig
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My inner commie-killer is slowly activating....
Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see.
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Kurt Barlow
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No matter what you do, you'll never ride away from you.
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Im going to sew that to my heart.
Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see.