The lie is that everything happening today is okay because ten years ago, you clicked a button that said "I agree." But you didn't agree to the 600 page contract: none of us read it. You were agreeing you needed a job; agreeing you needed directions, email, or even just a friend.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is employing a strategy in the Democratic presidential primary that her many rivals aren’t: She's not taking swipes at them. And both aides and allies say it’s a tactic that has worked for her — at least so far.
It wasn't a choice, but the illusion of it. The consent you granted was never meaningful, because you never had an alternative. You clicked the button, or you lost the job. You clicked the button, or you were left behind. And the consequences were hidden for ten years.