msnbc | November 06, 2012
>> on that senate race in massachusetts, i will say if the campaigns are counting on basic decent communication in terms of coordinating who goes first, they had the worst communication between them and also from each of those campaigns to the media, trying to cover it from a national perspective, it was like playing telephone through a nursecy school to get somebody on the phone to tell you what's going on.
>> the animosity started with the heritage comment in the first debate. but i have to i'm going to speak for the liberals in this country tonight if i may take the liberty to do that. this is exciting to see elizabeth warren go to the united states senate , because she has been the one outin front getting after wall street . and there is aa lot of people think that it's not possible for her to get spoiled by washington. that she is the pure liberal, progressive that's going to go out there and speak truth to power. she's the democrat that a lot of liberals have been looking for.
>> she's a tech know krat on the issue on on the issue of consumer economics . in the ternls of her skill set, in talking about american families in the ways that we have all koepd with debt and the decisions we make about how and where and when to work based on our economic realities as middle class families.
>> what's unique about her is she will go into the body knowing more about some very important subjects than any other senator and we haven't seen that since the last harvard professor who went into the senate who knew more about many subjects than any other senators. she will be respected instantly. i think she has a chance of being a real star of the body very quickly and obviously one of the big stars of the democratic party .
>> if she is a good senator she can hold on to the seat for life. so i think she will plan a different plan than