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    Don't bite the hand that fed you

    AIG is considering joining a lawsuit against the federal government because the terms of the bailout weren't generous enough. AIG should thank American taxpayers for their help -- not bite the hand that fed them.

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    Here's my point

    "When small businesses grow and flourish, we should applaud their success... But here's my point: If a business makes it big, the reward shouldn't be the ability to rig the system to stop the next guy."

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    Massachusetts Credit Unions Stand with Elizabeth Warren

    Last week, Elizabeth Warren received the endorsement of the Massachusetts Credit Union League - the first time they have officially endorsed a candidate for public office.

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    I meant what I said

    Last August, I stood in a living room in Andover and said, "There is nobody in this country who got rich on his own." I meant every single word of it.

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    "This agency was Elizabeth's idea..."

    Share this image with your friends on Facebook or reblog it on Tumblr to let your friends know about Elizabeth's work to make the CFPB possible.

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    I'll do it

    The big banks fought tooth and nail to stop the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. But we got organized, and we won. On Saturday, the new consumer agency celebrated the one-year anniversary of opening its doors.

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    Thank you, Elizabeth

    On the first anniversary of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that she did so much to create, I've signed a card thanking Elizabeth for her hard work and determination to make it possible and I ask that you sign the card with me.

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    "Not on my watch"

    This week is the one-year anniversary of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau opening its doors -- and we've started an online card thanking her for making it possible. Will you sign the card with me?

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    Elizabeth Warren: "We can hold the big banks accountable"

    Last night, Elizabeth marked the one-year anniversary of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau opening its doors in remarks at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.

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    We need the DISCLOSE Act

    Citizens United unleashed a wave of special interest spending that threatens to drown out the voices of middle class families. The DISCLOSE Act will provide accountability, requiring that those who fund political advertising make their support public.

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