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She said the Democrats should put all of our sacred cows on the table. (There may not be a large enough table anywhere to hold all those cows.) The Republicans, she said, are not willing to do anything but sit on their hands, and cross their arms like spoiled children. (That would be impossible simultaneously even for a contortionist.) But no one said Wasserman Schultz had any metaphorical talent. Mutilating the truth is her talent.
Wasserman Schultz “ripped into Republican Presidential candidates who opposed President Obama’s bailouts for General Motors and Chrysler,” a story by The Hill said. “If it were up to the presidential candidates … on the Republican sided, we would be driving foreign cars,” she said at a breakfast for reporters.
But Florida motor vehicle records indicate Wasserman Schultz herself owns a 210 Infinite FX 35, a Japanese car, whose parent company is Nissan, a Japanese company. At least the license plate includes her initials. Whoops. Must have slipped Wasserman Schultz’s steel-trap memory.
A brilliant, on the point response came flying back from DNC mouthpiece Hari Sevugan, national press secretary and head of rapid response. “If Republican opposition researchers are snooping around garages, they should know that if Republicans—who said that we should let the auto industry go bankrupt—had their way, they wouldn’t find a single American made car anywhere.”
Wasserman Schultz has learned to play the race card with outlandish charges. On the African-American network Washington Watch program, Debbie leveled her charge. Referring to GOP efforts to require photo ID to register to vote, the Florida congresswoman said that “now you have the Republicans who want to literally drag us all the way back to Jim Crow laws and literally and very transparently block access to the polls to voters who are more likely to vote Democratic candidates than Republican candidates.”
Wasserman Schultz is a mind reader, too.
Jim Crow laws in bygone years did require blacks to ride in the back of the bus. They couldn’t eat at the same restaurants as whites or use the same drinking fountains as whites. But equality laws have been in existence for a half-century. Obama’s re-election campaign has a top priority of registering new voters at any cost.
Instead of creating jobs for the millions of unemployed, said Republican National Chairman Reine Priebus, Democrats are resorting to calling Republicans racists. You even need a photo ID if you rent a video from Blockbuster, he said.
The potential political challengers of West in his congressional district immediately issued fundraising pitches and lashed out at the hot-tempered decorated Army hero and Tea Party favorite.
Meanwhile, Wasserman Schultz went on MSNBC to spray her spin that Republicans were out to kill Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security. Same old, same old.
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