Skip to comments.Top 10 Outrageous Debbie Wasserman Schultz Quotes
Posted on 04/16/2011 2:04:17 PM PDT by jazusamo
Any chance that the Democrats would try to run to the political center during the 2012 elections went out the window when Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida was named recently to head the Democratic National Committee (DNC). With a rating of 100% by Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) and a 0% rating from the American Conservative Union (ACU), Wasserman Schultz is a hard-core leftie. These Top 10 Outrageous Debbie Wasserman Schultz Quotes prove the point.
1. Death trap for seniors:
When Republican Rep. Paul Ryan unveiled his sensible attempt to control government spending, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz hysterically responded by saying, We see a clear attempt for the government to back out of its commitment to seniors. As a result, many seniors in America will be forced into poverty, and worse. Some seniors will end up dying because they are forced to put off getting that pain checked out due to huge out-of-pocket costs that will skyrocket for them.
This plan would literally be a death trap for some seniors.
2. Dont call it ObamaCare:
Wasserman Schultz asked for a rules clarification on the floor of the House of Representatives, saying Republicans use of the term ObamaCare was disparaging to the President. Is it a violation of the House rule wherein members are not permitted to make disparaging references to the President of the United States? In two previous gentlemens statements on the amendment, both of them referred to the Affordable Care Act, which is the accurate title of the health care reform law, as ObamaCare. That is a disparaging reference to the President of the United States.
It is clearly in violation of House rules against that.
3. Empathetic judges:
Wasserman Schultz wants federal judges who can feel your painapparently upholding the Constitution is secondary. Diversity on the bench is critical. As practitioners, you need judges who get it! We need judges who understand what discrimination feels like. We need judges who understand what inequality feels like. We need judges who understand the subtleties of unfair treatment and who are willing to call it out when they see it.
4. Class warfare:
Wasserman Schultz clings to the old stereotype that the Democratic Party represents the common man and Republicans only care about the super rich. In actuality, Democrats are beholden to the Hollywood elite, academia, gay activists, feminists, and public employee unionsnot exactly the Woody Guthrie crowd. Says Wasserman Schultz: We must expose the stark difference between the Democrats fighting for the middle class and Republicans fighting for the elite and the ultra-wealthy.
5. Belittling to include military:
When the House Judiciary Committee considered adding an amendment to include attacks against military veterans to hate crimes legislation, Wasserman Schultz said that would be belittling to gays, blacks and Jews: I represent one of the largest gay populations in the United States of America. One of the largest Jewish populations in the United States of America. Our region has a very large African-American population. It really is belittling of the respect that we should have for these groups to suggest that members of the armed services have somehow systematically been the victims of hate crimes.
6. Global warming death knell:
Wasserman Schultz must have drunk a large portion of global-warming-hysteria Kool-Aid. Here she is predicting catastrophe for Florida due to rising temperatures: The effects of global warming threaten global environmental upheaval over the coming century. But for South Florida and the Everglades, it could be our death knell if urgent action is not taken.
7. Demonizes Tea Party:
Wasserman Schultz held a small rally last year outside the office of Republican Allen West, denouncing the war hero who was running for the Florida congressional seat he eventually won. Explaining the difference between the expression of her First Amendment rights and Tea Party rallies, she said, I dont see any swastikas or any pictures of the President in black face or burned in effigy here. The difference between the way we express our First Amendment rights and the way Ive seen Tea Party extremistsRepublican Tea Party extremistsexpress their right is dramatically different.
8. Mommy, are you going to get shot:
After Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was shot in Arizona, Wasserman Schultz used her daughters anxiety to score political points: After my daughter heard that, you know, Gabby had been shot, the first thing she asked me was, you know, Mommy, are you going to get shot? Does that mean you're going to get shot?
But Mommy, Florida's going to pass an immigration law like Arizona and then people are going to be mad at you.
9. Union rabble-rouser:
Wasserman Schultz, in an address at George Washington University, said that Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker deserved the organizer-of-the-year award for energizing public-employee unions after trying to rein in the cost to the state of their lucrative pensions and health care benefits. The sleeping giant has been awakened, she said, according to Politico.
10. Democrats communication problem:
Wasserman Schultz echoes President Obamas assertion that Democratic election woes are due to not communicating all their accomplishments, not that they've pushed unpopular policies. At her first press conference as DNC chairwoman, she said: "This past election was tough. We must do a better job of clearly articulating our accomplishments to the American people."
I submit that there are a lot more than 10. Every time that woman opens here mouth she says something outrageous. And she talks loud and fast so that no one can correct her.
Schultz's answer to her little darling: "I sure hope not, honey, because that would probably cause a lot of people who don't believe in God to think, 'There must be a God after-all!', and that would not be good for the things we Democrats want to accomplish."
Exactly! These were just the top 10 current ones, column space was limited. :)
She has a child?
Did it involve real man tackle or a turkey baster?
Debbie Wasserman Schultz is a loud, semi-hysterical leftist loon who screams outrageous lies into the camera about the Republicans and anyone who opposes Obama and the left-wing Democrat party. She is a national joke, deftly taking the place of former Florida congressman Alan Grayson, another leftist nutcase.
Is she not now the head of the DNC. If so, my question is how can she be both while working in the Congress. She needs be expunged.
I’m torn between calling her ‘the little girl who cried wolf’ or ‘chicken little.’ She’s so irrational and distorts virtually everything that she says, that it’s difficult to tell the difference.
Ouch! Cruel but funny.
Is she related to that wackjob on msnbc, Ed Schultz?
Agreed. I can’t help but think that her being head of the DNC will hurt them, hope so anyway.
Wow!! She’s a looker too!
“It really is belittling of the respect that we should have for these groups to suggest that members of the armed services have somehow systematically been the victims of hate crimes.
It was the American military that fought the other socialists, the Nazis, in WWII and prevented Hitler from continuing/completing the Holocaust. It is the American military that protects and preserves the American system that prevents discrimination against gays, women, etc. etc. It is the military that preserves the liberty we have, including the right for someone like her to utter complete nonsense and get paid by the government for doing it.
Thanks! I’ll have to remember that.
Looks like she took that “Seventeen” magazine makeup tip of lining the inside of your lower eyelids with light blue eyeliner to make your eyes look whiter.
Uh... Deb. We’re not supposed to actually SEE the liner.
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