Elizabeth Warren at DNC: 'Corporations Aren't People'

Massachusetts Senate candidate says Republicans believe in a government to help themselves.
3:00 | 09/05/12

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Transcript for Elizabeth Warren at DNC: 'Corporations Aren't People'
I never thought I'd run for the senate. And I sure never dreamed that I'd be the warmup act for President Bill Clinton. Good sense to marry. Coolest women -- -- this plan. For many years. Our middle class has been shipped. Squeezed. -- hammered. -- fight is -- fight and it's Barack Obama despite. Is rigged against them. And here's the painful part. -- ride. The system is -- Look around. Oil companies guzzle down billions in profits. Billion -- and pay a lower tax rates than their secretaries. And Wall Street CE that's the same ones who wrecked our economy and destroyed millions of jobs. Still strut around congress no shame demanding favors and acting like we should thank -- does anyone here have a problem with that. Mitt Romney. He wants to give tax cuts to millionaires and billionaires. But for middle class families who are hanging on by their fingernails. His plan will hammered them with a new tax hike of up to 2000. Dollars. The Republican vision is clear. I got mine the rescue or on -- -- Republicans say they don't believe in government. Sure they did. They believe in government to help themselves. And their powerful friends. After all. Mitt Romney is the dying who said. Corporations are people. No governor Romney corporations. Are not. People. And.

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