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  •  I highly doubt that (1+ / 0-)
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    Lysis

    She ran on a mostly populist platform in 2008.  She is extremely likely to support a national minimum wage increase for the 2016 race, will make gender equality a staple of her campaign(obviously,) it would be very surprising and out of character if she didn't go after income inequality (and the 1% vs. 99%) in the general,  she'll be the opposition voice to the GOP nominee's calls for repeal of the ACA, abortion restrictions, support of anti-marriage-equality bills, global warming denial, etc.    

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/...

    Elizabeth Warren is urging Hillary Clinton to run for president (and obviously if Hillary runs Elizabeth Warren will give her full throated and complete support.)  She not only signed a letter from all Democratic Senators urging Hillary Clinton to run, she also

    •  has made clear that she is not running (1+ / 0-)
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      Lysis

      for president in 2016.  Put the two events together and you know where Warren is going to be positioning herself when Hillary does face a challenger or two in the primaries.  

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