I joined Senator Brown's campaign because there is too much polarization of ideas in Washington and no representation of the average person. This condition has led to a crisis of leadership which has paralyzed the government. Senator Brown has been effective amid this crisis. I am particularly impressed by his legislation stopping members of Congress from using insider information to their own economic advantage. Consider the level of corrupt influence this single act has eliminated.
On the other hand, Elizabeth Warren suggests she will change tax code to reduce the advantages corporations have and "level the playing field" for the working guy. I am the working guy and I know from eighth grade civics class that the House of Representatives has the primary responsibility of managing taxes. Professor Warren should be running for Congress not the Senate.
I am tired of being patronized at the level of a junior high school student. Warren presents her mediocre case for action as if she were bringing the state of the nation to the attention of the "working guy" for the first time. Maybe this is the first realization for her. Infra structure eroding? No jobs? Washington ineffective? No kidding...thanks for the heads up professor...welcome to our world.
Senator Brown doesn't have to bring to my attention what's wrong...he's busy fixing it.