Debbie Wasserman Schultz is the Democratic National Committee Chairwoman.
In 2012, while pleading for a return to civility, she came within a hair’s breadth of accusing Tea Partier “rhetoric” for inciting the Tucson shooting.
Jan 2012: Debbie Wasserman Schultz says we need to tone things down because Tea Partiers are H8ers
This week, she attacked Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on women’s issues using the language of domestic abuse:
Q…..why does Obama have purple lips?
A….homosexual relationship with Barney the Dinosaur.
I thought of that joke and expect full accreditation if you retell it.
The frenetic prelude to the midterm elections is now upon us.The time when elected officials who live in DC hie back to their areas of representation and pretend like their only concern is the welfare of the folks they’re trying to con money and votes from.Republicans generally appeal to peoples’ sense of intelligence and reason while democrats run strictly on empty rhetoric and emotions,predominately hatred, anger,jealousy and greed.
I will try to keep those who pass by here abreast of races around the country as I can find them.I no longer claim that things can’t get any more stupid or vicious because I have found you underestimate politicians’innate ability to be lying hypocritical scum at your own peril.
NEW YORK RAT CHANNELING SAMSON
BEHOLD THE ‘VI-JAYJAY-IN-CHIEF’
THIS,BELIEVE IT OR NOT,IS THE MAYOR OF NEW YORK AND HIS LITTER OF COMMUNISTS
“Resist We Much” | Al Sharpton Versus The Teleprompter, Volume 1
Al Sharpton Vs The Teleprompter Vol. 2
“Counter-Tourism” | Al Sharpton Versus the Teleprompter: Volume 3
I think the “vote against” number — 22% — is another one of those poll questions that demonstrates how many Americans are true Obamacrat Progressives. They call themselves “mainstream” but they are very much NOT representing the majority of Americans in any way, shape or form.
Filed under Polls, Unions
Interview with CDC Director Tom Friedman – September 2, 2014
This is the worst outbreak of Ebola in history. It has spread to five countries and killed at least 1,500 people. Friedman says “it will get worse in the future and our window of opportunity to turn it around is closing.”
The World Health Organization warned last week that, “The Ebola outbreak will affect more than 20,000 people in West Africa and might spread to more countries, indicating a clinical emergency all over the world.”