Skip to comments.Rep. Wasserman Schultz says she 'earned Cadillac' healthcare coverage
Posted on 05/07/2012 1:52:14 PM PDT by ColdOne
When asked if average Americans should receive the same quality health insurance as that of their elected officials, Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz told a group of South Florida healthcare workers that she earned her benefits, implying that her constituents had not.
Yes, she really said that, related Dr. Norman Palgon, a Hallandale Beach-based internist who was in attendance at a forum the Congresswoman conducted last year to garner support for ObamaCare. The good doctor was non-too-pleased with what he clearly felt was the congresswomans imperious attitude.
Wasserman Schultz, 45, who also is Chair of the Democratic National Committee, is a career politician who has never worked a day in the private sector. She has become a ubiquitous congressional proponent for ObamaCare, appearing on network television news shows extolling the Presidents healthcare plan, in addition to serving as chief cheerleader for Obamas re-election.
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Wow! I Would Pay For Debbie To Have Her Hair STRAIGHTENED—As She Scares Me With All That Frizzzzz!
She has “earned” her place on the gallows with the rest of the traitors in our government.
Is Rep. Debbie Wasserman Shultz gambling with her future?
Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Shultz recently blasted proposals to allow individuals to invest a portion of their Social Security taxes, gravely warning of the risky gamble of investing.
If that had happened in the last couple of years you would have ended the protections that people have in the twilight of their life as we know it, she said to Wisconsin Republican Rep. Paul Ryan on CNN.
Investing in the stock market is a risky gamble. Its certainly not good for senior citizens or for the next generation to preserve Social Security. That will end Social Security, she said.
On the one hand, its certainly true that many investors lost big in the financial crisis. The S&P 500 is down roughly 20 percent from where it was in 2007, when the crisis began.
On the other hand, it seems Wasserman Shultz may need to heed her own warnings. According to her most recent financial disclosure form, Wasserman Shultz may be, if she believes what she told viewers of CNN, gambling with the twilight of her life.
In 2009, two years into the financial crisis, Wasserman Shultz and her husband Paul purchased between $25,011 and $200,000 in mutual fund investments in retirement accounts.
Wasserman Shultz also owns between $100,001 and $250,000 in common shares for the Community Bank of Broward, where her husband works.
why can’t we have term limits for every position in gubmint?
I think she’s an excellent spokesperson for the Democrat party.
Hope she retains that job for years to come.
She makes a Navy swab look beautiful.
They will still re-elect her.
“Progressives never matured beyond their teenage years. “I’m so much better than you, and smarter, ...” They are emotional children and should never be allowed to be in charge of anything. This is why character matters, not just intelligence or social skill. “
This is the way our
public servants overlords really think.
I wonder if our tax money pays for Congress Critters Botox? (Kerry,Pelosi,ect?)
No, wait... That only applies in the Senate.
“Were either of you teenage socialists? Do you really think a socialist outlook on life is natural, normal, reasonable for a teenager? “
I said nothing about teenagers being socialists. Immature and childish yes. Exactly what most liberals are in adult life. And whatever you do, don’t get between a liberal and “their” money. See tagline.
Someone needs to put this ugly bitch in her place where SERVANTS belong.
Q: Why can’t Wasserman Schultz swim in the ocean?
A: She leaves a ring.
what’s wrong with her damn hair? She always looks like she just left the shower.
Change "Jones" to "Obama" and it sounds remarkably like the RomneyBots' argument for voting for their boy...
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