Elizabeth Warren spoke at the Democratic National Convention last night. From Catherine Hollander's story on her speech:
Warren sought to depict a stark contrast between the president's defense of the middle class and Mitt Romney's economic policies in the November election while steering away from resentment, offering a story of her own hardscrabble upbringing and speaking of the business owners she met across Massachusetts. "These folks don't resent that someone else makes more money. We're Americans. We celebrate success. We just don't want the game to be rigged," she said.
But she didn't mince words about the GOP hopeful. "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 plans will hammer them with a new tax hike of up to $2,000."
Read the full piece on Nationaljournal.com.