Elizabeth Warren’s inchoate thought process

I know that not all (or even many) of her former students agree with me, but I hated Elizabeth Warren’s professorship because I often found her incoherent.  She had problems finishing sentences and wrapping up thoughts, and much of what she said came with built-in internal inconsistencies.  Dissecting her lectures was labor-intensive.

It seems as if nothing has changed, if Alan Reynolds’ analysis of a law review article she wrote is any guide.  If you add condescending and statist to Warren’s sins of incoherence, not to mention erroneous, you end up with a pretty dangerous person to have in charge of our nation’s banking system.