You’d think that the woman and the hour would have met.
Well, that was a remarkably silly little Elizabeth Warren 2016 boomlet while it lasted:
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren has been on the warpath against banks since going to Washington, but when it comes to launching a war against Syria, she and other liberal Massachusetts Democrats suddenly don’t have much to say.
Warren, known for her outspoken stances, has turned timid on one of the most important issues a U.S. senator will ever face — whether to put American troops in another military conflict.
Asked to say whether she approves launching a strike against Syria, Warren’s press office — which churns out releases regularly on financial industry abuses — did not get back to the Herald.