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  •  From BoldProgressives.org (6+ / 0-)
    Tell Third Way: Make your Wall St. funders public & stop attacking Elizabeth Warren's popular ideas
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    Wall Street is trying to marginalize Elizabeth Warren, and we need to bolster her.

    Third Way -- a Wall Street-funded group that poses as a "progressive" think tank -- blasted Warren and her bold economic agenda in Rupert Murdoch's Wall Street Journal.

    They wrote that Warren's "economic populism [is] disastrous for Democrats," including the growing consensus that we must expand -- not cut -- Social Security.

    SIGN THE PETITION TELLING THIRD WAY: Reveal your Wall Street funders who oppose Elizabeth Warren's popular agenda.

    Third Way receives a ton of money from Wall Street, but they don't publicize this on their website or in their attacks on Warren's agenda.

    Polls show Warren's ideas are popular in red, purple, and blue states. In fact, expanding Social Security is popular by 2 to 1 in Kentucky and 3 to 1 in Texas!

    Third Way has no grassroots support -- but they try to trick members of Congress and the media into listening to them.

    We'll keep Congress and reporters informed of our petition's growing numbers, and deliver your message to Third Way! (We're also flooding their office with phone calls -- you can join in after signing the petition.)

    Please sign the petition today and pass this email to others.

    Thanks for being a bold progressive.

    -- Adam Green, PCCC co-founder

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