All Democratic candidates believe that change is required in America. Few have big ideas of how to make it happen. Warren's brand of transformation is bold and promising.
In America, like any capitalist economy, power fundamentally lies in the hands of the wealthy. Small, incremental policy changes will not fix this. On the contrary, America needs overarching structural change to rebuild society so the average American can benefit too. Warren policies include plans to end corruption in politics, a new wealth tax, getting rid of the electoral college, and the Green New Deal. The driving goal is the same: major structural change for long-lasting benefits across all of society. Polls show that voters generally prefer structural change over the minor changes that might pass more easily, but whose effects are barely felt.
Warren is not an authentic supporter of 'big, structural change' - she is a proponent of incrementalism. For instance, take her walking back of her Medicare for All plan: While she initially supported Medicare for All and even released a plan to pay for it, she then stepped back to a plan for "transitioning to Medicare for All," under which the policy would not be fully implemented until her third year in office. When push comes to shove, Warren does not have the integrity to provide the structural change she promises.
[P1] America needs large, sweeping changes to progress forward. [P2] Warren has the plans and ability to bring about these changes.
Rejecting the premises
[Rejecting P2] Warren will not follow through with these changes.