Warren by far.
But I would vote for Clinton just because she has a better chance to win and the thing I care about the most is keeping Republicans out of office.
I am an anti-Republican first. Everything else is second to that.
Neither it's a lose/lose
I think identity politics based on gender will result in the same outcome as they did for race.
In a heartbeat.I'll go for the 3rd option thank you.
But if I have to pick, Hillary Clinton. Warren is an ideologue who thinks she is better than everyone else. Hillary just thinks she is entitled and is better than everyone else. I don't know if I buy her "I would have pushed for a smarter, tougher foreign policy" schtick that she is trying to push in her new book, but I believe she'd at least be tougher and smarter than Warren, because she wouldn't be trying to enact any kind of Transformation Agenda for its own sake.
“If we must have an enemy at the head of Government, let it be one whom we can oppose, and for whom we are not responsible, who will not involve our party in the disgrace of his foolish and bad measures.”
- Alexander Hamilton. Spiritual father of #NeverTrump
and of course it's about identity politics, these two women wouldn't have a snowball's chance in hell of being considered for POTUS with their records (which are nil) if they weren't women.
Of course, after Obama we might want to give Warren a serious look though, she did specialize in bankruptcy law after all...and being attached to the Obama admin means she probably will bungle that and we'll end up making a full recovery.
Many people are afraid, even terrified, of Elizabeth Warren. No one is afraid of Clinton.