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Skip to comments.Democratic House chairwoman Wasserman Schultz caught in deception with reporters
Posted on 02/12/2013 9:47:25 AM PST by lowbridge
Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz attempted a bit of deception Monday in an effort to criticize GOP rising star Marco Rubio ahead of his State of the Union rebuttal Tuesday night. But on this occasion, the press wasn't falling for it.
In a conference call Monday, Wasserman Schultz enlisted the help of Annette Capella, described by party officials as a "Medicare recipient from Florida," to warn of the "extreme budget priorities," they believe Rubio is likely to outline in his televised response to President Obama's address.
The truth was uncovered when the call was opened up to questions. The first query came from a Palm Beach Post reporter, who asked Wasserman Schultz if Capella was the same person listed as the head of the St. Johns Democratic Party.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonexaminer.com ...
I fail to see anything news worthy. When Debbie Blabbermouth Schultz speaks the truth for a change....that WILL be news.
I’m sure this will be the top story on the evening news. /s
I hear she is seriously considering being the spokes’woman’ for Hellman’s Mayonnaise.
Obviously, this reporter’s question was wayout of line and demeaning towards women. /s
Aw come on lowbridge. It’s the thought that counts.
BTW, I’ll give you $100 if you can get Schultz to put a shoe up to her ear. :^)
(yes, I remember)
A quick Google search shows it's being ignored. Other than the Palm Beach Post, which uncovered the deception, only conservative blogs are reporting the story.
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