Elizabeth Warren: 'I Love Little Businesses!'
Fauxcahontas Warren is not only the inspiration for President Obama's sneering "You didn't build that!" speech, a speech so damaging that the president and his media allies have gone into full damage control mode to deal with it. Fauxcahontas Warren is not just a fake Indian. It turns out that she is also a big fan of "little businesses."
AL SHARPTON: Now Senator Scott Brown, in a Senate battle against Elizabeth Warren, has released his own version, pairing Elizabeth Warren with President Obama, and painting her as an enemy of free enterprise.
Cut to Brown ad.
BARACK OBAMA: If you've got a business, you didn't build that. Somebody else made that happen.
ELIZABETH WARREN: There is nobody in this country who got rich on his own. Nobody.
SHARPTON: Now, how do you respond to this new ad from Senator Brown?
WARREN: You know, this is just one more attempt to not talk about the central issues. But the way I look at this: I love little businesses. My daughter started a small business, my brother started a small business, my Aunt Alice started a small business--I worked in it when I was a teenager.
I'm not sure what's more amusing, the discussion about business between a fake religious leader and a fake Indian -- neither of whom have had much contact with real businesses other than shaking them down, but both of whom are liberal leading lights in good standing with the left -- or the "some of my best friends are small businesses" defense.