Wasserman Schultz looking ridiculous again

Thomas Lifson
Rick Moran calls the DNC chair the "gift that keeps on giving" and he keeps being proven correct by the DNC cahir. The latest example unites the annoying, hypocritical, not-nearly-as-smart-as-she-thinks Congresswoman with her House Democratic colleague Anthony Weiner, to whom all the same descriptors apply. What a match made in heaven!

Michael Alan at Legal Insurrection nails the hypocrisy:

Earlier this week, DNC chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz told CNN that Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY) is dealing with "a personal matter." That "personal matter" includes not knowing "with certitude" whether or not the, er, picture that was tweeted to a 21 year old college student belongs to the Congressman.

 Well, that Debbie Wasserman-Schultz should really get acquainted with this Debbie Wasserman-Schultz:

This goes beyond Rep. Foley, it goes to the values of the Congressional leadership. These are not family values, these are not American values.

What was Wasserman-Schultz referring to in that 2006 quote? The behavior of Rep. Mark Foley (R-FL . . . are you watching those party labels?), who made advances towards 18 and 21 year old young men.

In fact, she went as far as to demand the resignation of then Speaker Denny Hastert for not addressing the Foley matter quickly enough

Keep talking, Congresswoman! You embody the arrogance and hypocrisy of your party perfectly. Go on a crusade defending Weiner. In fact, please go on a national speaking tour together.

Rick Moran calls the DNC chair the "gift that keeps on giving" and he keeps being proven correct by the DNC cahir. The latest example unites the annoying, hypocritical, not-nearly-as-smart-as-she-thinks Congresswoman with her House Democratic colleague Anthony Weiner, to whom all the same descriptors apply. What a match made in heaven!

Michael Alan at Legal Insurrection nails the hypocrisy:

Earlier this week, DNC chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz told CNN that Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY) is dealing with "a personal matter." That "personal matter" includes not knowing "with certitude" whether or not the, er, picture that was tweeted to a 21 year old college student belongs to the Congressman.

 Well, that Debbie Wasserman-Schultz should really get acquainted with this Debbie Wasserman-Schultz:

This goes beyond Rep. Foley, it goes to the values of the Congressional leadership. These are not family values, these are not American values.

What was Wasserman-Schultz referring to in that 2006 quote? The behavior of Rep. Mark Foley (R-FL . . . are you watching those party labels?), who made advances towards 18 and 21 year old young men.

In fact, she went as far as to demand the resignation of then Speaker Denny Hastert for not addressing the Foley matter quickly enough

Keep talking, Congresswoman! You embody the arrogance and hypocrisy of your party perfectly. Go on a crusade defending Weiner. In fact, please go on a national speaking tour together.