Wayne Burke of Fort Walton Beach writes: “DNA made a liar of her but she never denied herself. Never denied her gender by trying to be one of the boyz either. The pants suits fit her in a different way than they fit Hillary. The suits somehow accentuated her femaleness instead of serving to conceal it. She wore her gender as well as the suits: wore both well.”

Elizabeth Warren, a.k.a. “Pocahontas,” may have lost her reason a time or two, as well as assumed some questionable stances, but heck, I will miss the old broad.


She was a woman running for president and not a female candidate trying to impersonate a male politician. Like Hillary-Billary in her 2016 run for nomination.


Liz did not become upset over questions relating to her feminine status: "What skin care lotions do you use?“ She was, and is, a woman AND a politician. Not a politician who happens to be a woman. Not two separate things, but one. Do you get the distinction?


Let’s honor it and be grateful for it.


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DNA made a liar of her but she never denied herself. Never denied her gender by trying to be one of the boyz either. The pants suits fit her in a different way than they fit Hillary. The suits somehow accentuated her femaleness instead of serving to conceal it. She wore her gender as well as the suits: wore both well.


This is not a sexist polemic. This is a realistic one.


I like that Lizzy did not go defensive when someone referred to her gender or, god forbid, her femininity. And though she did seem, at times, a little dizzy (see above), compared to the present Philanderer-In-Chief, she stood out as a paragon of sanity.


Only two older white guys now left in the race. One riding Obama's coattails, the other trying to hop on as well, before it is too late


Wayne Burke, Fort Walton Beach