“Every now and again, I meet with someone who’s been very successful on Wall Street, who says, ‘I want to support your campaign because I believe you will save capitalism. I believe in capitalism, and I understand there have to be rules. And they have to be consistently enforced.’ That’s what I think is at stake in this election.”
That’s a hefty assignment, the salvation of capitalism, but Democratic strategists, while cringing at the grandiosity of the statement, say she articulates her vision for the assignment as well as any candidate.
Massachusetts Democrats might forgive her for saving capitalism and elect her to the Senate anyway based on her two qualifications: being mother of the Occupy Wall Street movement and first nursing mother to take the bar exam in New Jersey.