Lizzie Warren Faces Tough Boston Media; Update: Fauxcahontas Fesses Up, Admits She’s Not a Member of the MA Bar

Posted by on Sep 24, 2012 at 8:44 am

The idiot actually tweeted this. She really might want to consider changing her look. She wears that pink jacket every day. Oh, and she’ll soon be facing some real media once they find out she’s not licensed to practice law in Massachusetts, even though she’s been illegally doing so.



Update: Warren admits she’s not a member of the bar in Massachusetts. Why did it take a blogger to expose this?


4 Responses to “Lizzie Warren Faces Tough Boston Media; Update: Fauxcahontas Fesses Up, Admits She’s Not a Member of the MA Bar”

  1. Blue Hen on 24/24/12 at 9:24 am

    She would have renewed it, but it seems she has to be breast feeding when she does so, or some such other nonsense. Scott Brown has to be the luckiest man in the world. First he gets Coakly and now this idiot?

  2. Chipperoo on 24/24/12 at 9:24 am

    I’m not sure about Massachusetts state bar admission rules, but lots of states do have a waive-in for law professors at local law schools. I know Virginia has one, I’m pretty sure California has one.

    So the question becomes: why didn’t she just follow the waive-in procedure and make herself legal?

    Don’t worry. I’ve tabbed Bill Jacobson’s post and I’ll read the whole thing immediately hereafter. (Great get by Bill, as always.)

  3. Chipperoo on 24/24/12 at 10:10 am

    Bill does point out that Massachusetts has a waive-in provision for law professors, described as “admission upon motion.” Again, why would she not follow this easy-peasy procedure?

  4. Pascal on 24/24/12 at 1:42 pm

    2 Questions you and commenters have raised that really shouldn’t be simply ignored.

    1) Why did it take a blogger to expose this?
    2) Why didn’t she simply take advantage of the wiave-in procedure.

    Ans 1) RINOs are notoriously nervous about exposing anything. They even fire their campaign workers when they take it upon themselves. Sometimes a RINO has to win because letting the Left win is so awful that we are happy to have a RINO in office, and count our blessings. The implications of this behavior is what loudly suggests that the moneyed interests are backing both parties but have to keep up appearances of a race. This way the RINO’s compromises when in office (as has Scott Brown) become a “what can you do?” acceptance by conservatives. The cronies win either way. The size of govt grows, but at a slower pace, and our shackles being tightened are only noticed by those with a long term view of what’s being done to us.

    Ans 2. For the Left, every time they get away with doing something a conservative would never get away with, it undermines the rule of law. So it’s a double thumb in the eye to conservatives and all constitutionally minded independents. Creeping destruction of the rule of law hastens the pendulum swing that could wind us up in a dictatorship. Statists love this.

    The questions raised here should not be simply viewed as rhetorical or not really having answers. In a world where Statism had been a creeping proposition for decades but is now galloping, the old rhetorical questions deserve closer discussion.