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And, they say, it's a message Clinton can use against Republicans because many in the GOP have turned wary of Wall Street and big corporations since the 2008 financial crash. "Warren's economic populist agenda offers a pathway to success for Democrats in 2014 and 2016 –if they choose to take it," said Adam Green, co-founder of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee. "Hillary Clinton may be realizing that Elizabeth Warren's economic populist positions are the path to electoral success in 2016–both in the primary and general election."
In the 2008 campaign, Clinton rolled out a $7 billion plan to create incentives, including tax breaks for corporations, to create jobs in the U.S. As a senator from New York, she supported targeted tax cuts or credits for a variety of industries and businesses.
Personally, I think we need a reset to the tax system
originally posted by: AlaskanDad
So now even professional corporate politicians are using the failure of "trickle down economics" to muster votes.