Sunday, April 14, 2019

Some Tweets from Elizabeth Warren


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    Last year, Amazon made more than $10 billion in profits and paid $0 in federal corporate income taxes. Yup—it’s outrageous. Here’s how my new Real Corporate Profits Tax idea works.
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  • I ended my day in a perfect way: At a organizing house party in Londonderry. It was packed with grassroots supporters who are ready to roll up their sleeves and start fighting for big, structural change in our country. That’s what this campaign is all about.
  • Thank you, Wade! I’m so glad to have you in this fight.
  • Thank you, Karl!
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  • Sounds like a great get-together! (P.S. text FIGHT to 24477 and you might just get a Bailey photo too).
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    So much good discussion at this house party. I ❤️ NV Dems!!!
  • That looks DELICIOUS.
  • Thank you for hosting a party, Francesco! We’re just getting started.
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    We’re having an amazing time—building community, sharing what issues matter to us, learning about volunteer opportunities, & snacking on “Persist” cookies—at our party! A lot of people are excited about this grassroots movement & creating real, structual change :)
     
  • Wow—hello right back to you! Texas has a special place in my heart, and I’m glad to see you growing our grassroots movement there, Katherine.
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    Folks came from all over Des Moines to share why they’re in this fight at our House Party! They want massive change and they’reπŸ”₯πŸ”₯ up to get it done!
  • Today we launched hundreds of house parties across the country—from New Hampshire to Oklahoma to Nevada. These parties are all about getting organized and keeping up the momentum so we can create big, structural change. Find one near you:
     
  • Looking great!
  • Good luck, Mara! Thank you so much for hosting.
  • Thank you for hosting a party, Andrea! Love those flowers.
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    Sen. Elizabeth Warren speaks in Durham, NH: "We know what's broken. We know how to fix it. We just need to develop the kind of grass roots momentum to make Washington pay attention to the people."
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    Dartmouth is fired up to hang out with this afternoon! – at Grand Ballroom - Hanover Inn
  • Chips, dip, carrots—wow, that looks really great, Matt!
  • I love hearing about what gets people in this fight. Whether it’s the student loan debt crisis, the environment, fair housing—we’re fighting for our futures and our kids' futures.
  • I’m so glad to have your support, Maysoon.
  • Just wrapped up our house party in Lebanon, New Hampshire! This weekend, people all around the country are participating in organizing house parties to talk about how we can build a real grassroots movement together.
  • The environment. LGBTQ+ rights. Health care. Education. We’re going to tackle these issues head on—and it all starts at organizing house parties like this one. RSVP to participate in a party near you:
  • Thank you for hosting, Pastor Kathy!
  • When girls fight, girls win! It was great meeting you and your family last night, Evan.
  • Yay! Thank you, Angela.
  • Thanks so much for stepping up and hosting a organizing house party, Barbara. Let me know how it goes!
  • Maddie is at our house party in Lebanon, New Hampshire this afternoon—one of the hundreds of parties we’re launching today to grow this grassroots movement. Thank you, Maddie!
  • Nora’s party is one of hundreds that we’re launching this weekend. Thank you so much for hosting, Nora! And you’re right: We need everybody in this fight.
  • Think of all the people out there today who are paying their taxes: Families, small businesses, students. They can't take advantage of the loopholes in our tax code the way that giant corporations like Amazon can. That’s where my Real Corporate Profits Tax comes in.
  • Woo-hoo! We’re launching hundreds of organizing house parties this weekend. These are great opportunities to come together in your community, get organized, and keep building our network. RSVP to a party in your community:
  • The President is inciting violence against a sitting Congresswoman—and an entire group of Americans based on their religion. It's disgusting. It's shameful. And any elected leader who refuses to condemn it shares responsibility for it.
  • So happy to have you on our team, Lorenza!
  • I’m with all the way in their fight for living wages and better class sizes for our kids.
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    Standing room only crowd for at UNH
  • No huge corporation in this country should get away with paying $0 in federal income tax, while small companies and families pick up the tab for running the country.