Greeson: Elizabeth Warren's ultra-millionaire student loan ideas are ultra-socialism

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., speaks during a campaign rally Wednesday, April 17, 2019, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

Elizabeth Warren pushed her socialist chips into the middle of the Democratic presidential race with a bold step this weekend.

Forgive all student loan debts, was her brainchild. Strike that, forget brainchild; this is more of a brain cramp.

Dear Lord. Does Warren feel like her chances to win are tied to the scary-as-heck socialism push from Bernie and the rest of the crowded pack of Democratic White House wannabes?

photo Jay Greeson

And yes, you online haters and email bashers are quick to point out how crowded the 2016 Republican field was. And you are 100 percent right. We all saw how that worked out, right?

I voted for Trump - and I would do it again, mainly because he was not Hillary Clinton - but in retrospect do we think he was truly the best of the wide swath of GOP hopefuls three years ago?

So that's now where the Democrats find themselves as we speed toward Iowa and try to separate the best candidate from the best headline-maker.