Skip to comments.DNC Reaction to Iowa
Posted on 01/04/2012 9:16:04 AM PST by Harley
Debbie Wasserman Schultz on Fox and Friends
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I never understood how anyone could `comb their hair with a wagon wheel’ until I saw this woman.
I saw this live this morning. What I noticed was she had trouble speaking and her eyes were blinking with almost every word said....usually when eyes blink that much, you know they are not telling the truth but spinning more BS....
I can never understand a word she says. It always sounds like “glub glub” to me.
She was actually correct about Romney. The guy spent millions and came away tied with Santorum. She said exactly what I know dems will say if Romney wins — there’s no enthusiam on the Repub side for him. Gretchen Carlson should be Romney’s campaign manager. I’m surprised she didn’t have her pom poms out, talking about what a great win it was for Romney.
Me thinks she has been drinking the Kool Aid again and hope you did too....
Here is the official talking points of the big guy raising funds for our Dictator...
These Republican candidates spent in some cases more than a year — in Mitt Romney’s case seven years — campaigning in Iowa to be the next president.
But tonight, GOP voters there couldn’t decisively get behind anyone.
Who exactly leads the Republican race going forward isn’t clear, but we do know two things:
1) The extremist Tea Party agenda won a clear victory. No matter who the Republicans nominate, we’ll be running against someone who has embraced that agenda in order to win — vowing to let Wall Street write its own rules, end Medicare as we know it, roll back gay rights, leave the troops in Iraq indefinitely, restrict a woman’s right to choose, and gut Social Security to pay for more tax cuts for millionaires and corporations.
2) We’ll be facing an onslaught of unprecedented spending from outside groups funded by corporations and anonymous donors. In Iowa alone, so-called “super PACs” spent $12.9 million on almost exclusively negative ads. These groups will turn their fire even more directly on us in the weeks ahead to prove that their candidate is the most anti-Obama.
This race is officially on — and if we want to win, the only way is to out-organize them on the ground.
Sign up to volunteer your time now, and one of our organizers in your community will give you a call by the end of next week to talk about how you can help.
Many observers still think Mitt Romney will be the Republican nominee. If he is, we will be prepared. But it’s curious that no one can really explain how, when or why the 70-plus percent of Republicans saying in polls and in Iowa that Mitt Romney’s not their candidate will suddenly come around.
So the path ahead for Romney — or whichever of the Republican candidates is going to emerge from this process — is sadly and starkly very clear: to run even further to the extreme right, and make even more dangerous promises that threaten not only the progress we’ve made but the fundamental fabric of American society.
We also know that candidates who take these extreme positions can, in the right circumstances, win not only a primary but also a general election in just about any state.
Just ask the Tea Party senators from Pennsylvania and Kentucky, and the Tea Party governors in Florida and Wisconsin.
Watching the circus on TV, it’s tempting to think it’s almost funny — but this is not a joke.
We’ve got to be ready.
What you decide to do next will determine which kind of politics wins this election:
Obama for America
Were it not for same day registrations, Santorum would have won... probably handily. The ‘Rats ‘operation chaos’ went some for Willard.
Notice how her upper lip goes into a snarl when she speaks? Reminds me of a fish I hooked once. I threw it back.
Thanks for the “brief” of what she said.
I can’t watch the video; that woman fills my heart with overwhelming animal lust; I just want to fling her body over a boulder and have my way with her till her eyeballs pop out.
I see the doctor tomorrow; they’re going to try to rebalance my meds.
I was furious when I saw Fox-News have that beast on to get her take on the caucus. Her ridiculous constantly blinking eyes drove me nuts. If the woman is on drugs, then maybe she shouldn’t be offered a spot on Fox-News.
Why didn’t they have Keith Overbite on? I turned to another station after about two stupid sentences from her vile mouth.
What the hell is Fox-News proving having that nasty beast on?
After luxuriating in a deep fryer conditioner.
Did she say that the Republicans were committing suicide on the walls in Iowa?
You know Obummer makes a good point- The TEA party is a big winner yesterday too. (Thanks for reminding everyone Obambi!)
If not for the TEA party helping to make sure that 75% of the people voted for SOMEONE ELSE besides Romney, the GOP establishment would have annointed him already
I wrote to “Reince” Priebus and asked him if he remembers kissing up to the TEA party when he was running for Michael Steele’s job, and how he said how grateful the GOP was to the TEA party for helping win the historis 2010 elections... because I didn’t think he did remember.
We need to DRUM THIS POINT HOME!!
The TEA PARTY won more than anyone else yesterday
Debbie Was-a-man Shultz...
Dirtiest Job in the world?
Servicing democrat women.
Someone alert Mike Rowe please.
You sure about that?
“She’s a greaser’s greaser. She’s so greasy, she oozes when she walks.” Two-bit Mathews, `The Outsiders’
"Please, baby, I'm not from Havana!"
She's the spokesperson for the DNC, and isn't she a great spokesperson? She's what the Democrats are all about, Pervers...I mean Diversity.
They had Reince Pribus the Republican spokesman on about a half hour later and he was still shaking his head. He said, "Well since Obama's polls are in the toilet, it's only natural that she's spinning everything."
She runs the party that the majority of fox employees belong to and vote for... that is the truth.