Despite being elected to represent the constituents of District 23 in United States House of Representatives, Ms. Wasserman Schultz spends a large portion of her time outside of both her district, and Washington D.C, slinging muck at the political opponents of the Democrat Party. Sometimes her statements are just exaggerations, sometimes they are mild embellishments, and sometimes they are great heaping gobs of lies.
Her newest poo-fling is to write an op-ed in the Sun-Sentinel bashing Governor Rick Scott for…and you’ll love this… having too many scandals and costing the taxpayers millions. Pots and kettles across the nation are boiling over in vindication.
This is not to say that Governor Scott is without his own problems, but the laughable portion of this op-ed is that Wasserman-Schultz is getting all finger-shakey at Scott, when her boss has rewritten the definition of “bad leadership” (it’s now over 20,000 pages long… and growing)
Granted, she is the head pom-pom shaker for the Democrat party (largely BECAUSE she is so comfortable with lying), and as such MUST do her best to try and cover the President’s…ummm… bad decisions, but there is a point at which a conscientious person should have an automatic “gut check”, you know, the one where you think “I probably shouldn’t do/say/lie about this”. That is usually the point where an ethical or conscienced person will shut up. Wasserman Schultz somehow missed that point.
What’s that you say? “Debbie would never lie!!” Well let’s test her veracity …
For instance, putting words in the mouth of Israeli Ambassador to the U.S, Michael Oren:
Or covering for Obama on his “If you like your plan you can keep it…” ObamaCare promise:
Oh yeah… and here to Bill Moyer, regarding the “keep your plan” statement:
There are about a thousand more of these videos, which you can check out at your leisure, but for now we’ll just move on to her side-splitting op-ed.
Let’s take a look at some of the real gems she penned:
“Lurching from scandal to scandal, the Scott administration has spent much of 2013 in chaos. In March, Lt. Governor Jennifer Carroll resigned amidst scandals involving her business career. In July, Scott’s chief child protection officer resigned after tragedy struck over a dozen neglected children across Florida. In August, Scott’s handpicked education commissioner resigned after news reports revealed that he had fixed a school grade for a wealthy donor, and just last week his Chief of Staff admitted that he lied about his education credentials on his resume.” – Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Sun-Sentinel-12/16/2013
Whoa- a whole two not-so-scandalous “scandals”! Can someone please whisper the word “Benghazi” to her? OR maybe “IRS”, or perhaps “ObamaCare”, or even “Soylyndra”, or”Fast and Furious” or “6 TRILLION in Debt”?
Mizz Wasserman Schultz’s next written treasure should be applied directly to her boss:
“This is no way to run a state. If three top employees of a major corporation had been forced to resign by scandals, that company’s CEO would be fired.” Debbie Wasserman Schultz- Sun-Sentinel 12/16/2013
Granted, that statement might not actually work with Obama’s administration since nobody who is involved in the Presidential Administration has ever really resigned, they’ve just been shuffled into some other department.
This line, however, takes the taco…
“No matter how hard you try, you can’t sugarcoat a record of failure… It’s no wonder that Scott’s approval rating is among the worst in the country.” – Debbie Wasserman Schultz – Sun-Sentinel – 12/16/2013 (truncated)
Yep. On one point, Debbie is right. You cannot sugarcoat a record of failure. Which is why her boss’ approval rating is the lowest of any United States President with the exception of Nixon (and only during the Watergate scandal was Nixon’s lower).
Given Wasserman Schultz’s well-documented affection for deception, the op-ed is not that surprising, but it is worrying to consider that perhaps she is so good at lying that she has deceived HERSELF. It’s difficult to determine whether Wasserman Shultz really can’t see the failings of the current presidential administration, or if she is just so dedicated to deceiving South Floridians that she’ll say and write anything to get votes. Either of those possibilities should cause Broward voters to have a healthy distrust of commentary coming from the head of the Democratic National Committee and Cheerleader-in-Chief of the Democrat Party.