DWS explains four different versions on why the Godless party (Democrats) omitted God and Jerusalem from its platform
Why, it’s as if Democrats are liars AND Godless cretins! Summed up best by Allah:
In less than 60 seconds here, you’ve got four lies. One: She says the language was dropped because platforms are long and things get overlooked. True enough, they are long, but you’re kidding yourself if you think the language on Israel isn’t closely scrutinized. If the platform changed from 2008, it changed for a deliberate reason. Two: She says the platform was amended to reflect Obama’s “personal view,” which is a lie by omission. O’s personal view is what it is, but the administration’s official position on this issue is agnostic. Three: She says there was no discord on the floor. Yeah? Who were all those delegates booing then? And four: She says yes, obviously there were two-thirds in favor of adding the language. Again, eyewitnesses at the scene tell a different story. But then, this is Debbie being Debbie. Whereas other top flacks try to twist facts and shade the truth, she’ll tell you straight to your face that you didn’t just see and hear what you’ve seen and heard 20 times on cable news and YouTube this afternoon. That’s how you get to be chair of the DNC and a member of Congress instead of some no-name spokesman somewhere.
The left is impervious to both shame and facts.
A random act of journalism (or “even a blind squirrel finds an acorn occasionally”): Blitzer torches DWS on Ryan Medicare lie!
Whoa…is this really Wolf Blitzer? How did this make it past CNN’s editors? Great analysis here. Watch the nagging mare stammer after briefly conceding Wolf is right, around the 3:45 mark. Pure comedy gold!
DNC Chair Debs: On Tuscon anniversary, let us be more civil, and by “us”, I mean the Tea Partiers, who are to blame for shooting
You gotta love ol’ Mayo Hair…or not.
Well, as someone who spent nineteen years as a member of a legislative body, I really agree with you, that we need to make sure that we tone things down, particularly in light of the Tucson tragedy from a year ago where my very good friend, Gabby Giffords, who is doing really well by the way, and I know everybody –[applause]–making tremendous progress.
The discourse in America, the discourse in Congress in particular, to answer your question, very specifically, has really changed.
And I’ll tell you, I hesitate to place blame, but I have noticed it take a very precipitous turn towards edginess and a lack of civility with the growth of the Tea Party movement.
Got that? “We need to be civil and tone things down. By the way, Tea Partiers practically pulled the trigger themselves.” While that meme has been so thoroughly discredited that even most MSM fishwraps don’t go there anymore, that doesn’t keep this pointy-toothed demonspawn from politicizing something she swore she wouldn’t politicize.
Sums Verum Serum:
But the real question isn’t whether she explicitly (no) or implicitly (yes) blamed the Tea Party, that’s a dodge and the kind of thing Media Matters specializes in. The real question is this: What is the connection between political civility and the irrational actions of a diagnosed schizophrenic, i.e. Jared Loughner? Answer: There isn’t one. That’s why people like me are bent out of shape by Tucson being bandied about in this context.
Simply put, civility or lack thereof had nothing whatsoever to do with Tucson. That may not have been clear in the early days when hacks like Paul Krugman were stumbling all over themselves to lay blame at the feet of folks on the right, but it’s clear now. Given the facts, we’re not having any more of this nonsense from the left.
You know, it’s almost as if the left is a bunch of lying hacks with no moral compass whatsoever. Almost, that is.
Exit question: Someone tell me again how many vermin-infested vandals, rapists, elderly assaulters, public defecators, etc., have been arrested at Tea Party rallies vs. Occupy gatherings?
Video clip must be seen to be believed:
Ed runs the numbers:
- Jobless rate in January 2009: 7.8%. Jobless rate in November 2011: 8.6%.
- Number of employed in January 2009, in thousands: 133,563. In November 2011: 131,708
- Civilian participation rate in January 2009: 65.7%. In November 2011: 64.0%
- Unemployment level in January 2009, in thousands: 11,984. In November 2011: 13,303
- Number of people not in labor force, January 2009, in thousands: 80,554. In November 2011: 86,558
Whatshername-Schmuck is trying to argue that last month’s drop in unemployment means that unemployment has not gone up under Uhhhh-bama. That’s like running your credit card up from a balance of $0 to a balance of $10,000, then you pay the balance down to $9,000. “See? The debt didn’t go UP…it went DOWN a thousand bucks!” Um, no…it went DOWN a grand after you ran it UP nine grand. And you’re proud of that measley one grand?
Additionally, she sure is proud that unemployment fell from 9.0% to 8.6%. Impressive…except that while 112,000 people found jobs, over 300,000 people gave up looking for work. The unemployment numbers no longer count people who have exhausted their unemployment benefits and stop looking for work.
I do feel a tad sorry for her (yeah, I know, but it’s only a tad). She’s been assigned the impossible task of polishing a turd. She’s polishing as hard as she can, but in the end, her boss’ record is still a turd, and there ain’t no amount of polish in America to get that turd shiny.
Weiner’s seat went to Republican Bob Turner in last night’s special election. So how did Debbie What’sHerName Schmuck explain it away? This is how:
Democratic party leaders insisted the loss wasn’t a harbinger of things to come. “It’s a very difficult district for Democrats,” said Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, noting its Democratic margins there tend to be the second lowest of all the districts in New York City.
If, by a “very difficult district”, she means a district that hasn’t sent a Republican to the House since 1922, then yeah. Then again, maybe she meant that it is a very difficult district FROM NOW ON, thanks to Chairman Zero’s policies?
By the way, how’s this for a kneeslapper? Remember when Democrats Bill Owens (NY-23) and Kathy Hocul (NY-26) won traditionally safe red districts, Pelosi et al told us that it was a repudiation of Republican policies. Now that a seat that has been blue since the Harding administration has flipped red, suddenyl we’re hearing “Nah, this was a local race, not a referendum on Obama or liberal policies.” If only that were true.
Myopia’s not very attractive on you, Mrs. Hyphen-Democrat.
Bachmann wins Iowa straw poll. Big deal? I don’t know.
Ron Paul finishes second in IA. The Paulestinians will likely crow about this.
Rick Perry formally announces his entry into the 2012 field.
Pawlenty drops out. He could be a good pick for VP for Perry or Romney, though I doubt the latter would pick him after his “Obamneycare” quip. Rumor has it that the MN GOP is recruiting him to run for the Senate next year against unaccomplished freshman Amy Klobuchar.
You’d like to think that at 39% approval, B.O. loses to any of these people, despite Debbie Whatshername Schmuck’s absurd assertions to the contrary that he’s in “remarkably good shape“. Only time will tell.
From DNC chair Debbie Whatshername Schmuck:
Democrats are ready to take responsibility for the state of the economy and they deserve credit for putting it on the right track, the party’s chairwoman, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, said on Wednesday.
“We own the economy. We own the beginning of the turnaround and we want to make sure that we continue that pace of recovery, not go back to the policies of the past under the Bush administration that put us in the ditch in the first place,” Wasserman Schultz told Mike Allen at POLITICO’s ‘Playbook Breakfast.’
The economy, she said, “has turned around” since President Obama took office, with steady job growth evident even if the pace leaves something to be desired.
Republicans have ridiculed Democrats’ claims of economic success in the wake of disappointing jobs numbers and an uptick in the unemployment rate.
Wasserman Schultz said Democrats aren’t in need of a new story to tell about the economy because they’ve put the right policies in place. “I don’t think it’s about what we say, it’s about what we do.”
Oh, goodie! So no more knocking Bush on the economy, since it’s yours now, right?
See, snookums, you can’t have it both ways (unless you’re Ann Heche, but I digress). You can no longer say “it’s Bush fault” if your current argument is “the economy has turned around and we deserve recognition for it”, now can you? But trust me, honeybritches: you and your kind WILL get the recognition for what you’ve done to this economy that you so richly deserve.
BREAKING: A second woman is coming forth with allegations of photos, chats, e-mails of Weiner’s weiner
Still gonna ride that “I was hacked/pranked” pony, Weiner? From Big Breitbart:
A new woman has come forward with what she claims are photographs, chats, and emails with Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY). These appear to undermine severely Rep. Weiner’s explanations that he was the victim of a “prank” or a “hack.”
The detailed new information suggests that the Brooklyn- and Queens-based representative and the young woman in question were involved in an online, consensual relationship involving the mutual exchange of intimate photographs.
At least Debbie Whatshername-Schmuck is taking the high road. Nah, I’m just effing with you:
Legal Insurrection recalls when Debs was a little more concerned with such debauchery:
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:
What I’ve called for is an investigation to be completed within 10 days. And quite honestly, yes, I do think that Denny Hastert should resign . . . I‘d like to see the Republican caucus call upon their leadership, Speaker Hastert, Majority Leader Boehner, to get this resolved quickly. Do it before the election. And I haven‘t heard them say that. They‘re saying have the FBI investigate, have the House Ethics Committee investigate. They need to push their leadership to get this resolved so that they can move on, and we can make sure that we can restore the trust that they have shaken the public in Congress.
Now there are obviously some major differences between the two cases, but a big part of Wasserman-Schultz’s complaint in 2006 was that Foley had not been previously sanctioned, despite evidence of a proclivity for hitting on much younger men.
You may have also heard from Wasserman-Schultz (if you’ve turned on a TV in the last two weeks) about her party’s “historic victory” in the NY-26 special election. Maybe she doesn’t remember that the special election wouldn’t have even been called if Republican leadership didn’t have the Craigslist congressman, Chris Lee, resign over his shirtless personal ad.
The Dems are still defending their vermin, as always.
You thought Howard “the Scream” Dean had some notable quotables? His replacement is certainly proving herself to be a worthwhile heir.
Here‘s what Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (no relation to the foul-mouthed, little-watched, suspended cretin at MSDNC) had to say about those crazy Republicans and what they consider to be crimes:
And that it would be harmful if — the Republican solution that I’ve seen in the last three years is that we should just pack them all up and ship them back to their own countries, and that in fact it should be a crime and we should arrest them all.
Um, I don’t know how to break this to you, Mrs. Hyphenated-Moonbat, but illegal immigration is just that…illegal. You know, il-legal? As in “not legal”, “against the law”, and heck, even “a crime“? So yeah, we right-wing nutbars happen to think Merriam Webster was onto something by defining “illegal” as “criminal”. We’re kind of funny that way.
Hypocrite DNC chief: Republicans want you to drive foreign cars…which, as luck would have it, I already drive
When she’s not humiliating herself in front of the Israeli prime minister, the new top moonbat Debbie Loserman Schmuck likes to spend her spare time exposing herself as a Class A hypocritical ditz. Details:
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.), the chairwoman of the DNC, ripped into Republican presidential contenders who opposed President Obama’s 2009 bailouts for General Motors and Chrysler.
“If it were up to the candidates for president on the Republican side, we would be driving foreign cars; they would have let the auto industry in America go down the tubes,” she said at a breakfast for reporters organized by The Christian Science Monitor.
So she leads by example, right?
But according to Florida motor vehicle records, the Wasserman Schultz household owns a 2010 Infiniti FX35, a Japanese car whose parent company is Nissan, another Japanese company.
Snarks Doug Powers:
Don’t let this happen to you. Vote Democrat in 2012 so the Republicans can’t force you buy a foreign car. They’ve already gotten to the DNC Chair, but it’s not too late for the rest of America.
Unfreakingbelievable! DNC Chair asks Netanyahu to tell Republican Jews not to make Israel an issue in 2012!
Ho. Ly. Shiite. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, the new moonbat-in-chief of the DNC, doesn’t have an ounce of friggin’ shame.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday met with representative delegates of the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) and the National Jewish Democratic Council (NJDC).
OK, so Bibi is meeting with Republican Jews and Democrat Jews. Seems reasonable, no? But then this wench has the temerity to do this crap in front of Bibi:
But while the meeting was meant to shore up bipartisan support for Israel from American Jewish political organizations, it quickly became a partisan bickering match, with the chairman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), Debbie Wasserman Schultz, using the platform to tell Republican Jews to stop doing what they’re doing.
The RJC used their opening remarks to say that now was a historical time for the future of the Middle East, and to thank Prime Minister Netanyahu for meeting with them. But while the NJDC’s chairman said essentially the same thing, he was followed by hyper-partisan comments, first from Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee chair Steve Israel and then from the DNC chair, Wasserman Schultz.
Sitting in front of Netanyahu, the DNC chair asked the RJC to “pledge to refrain in 2012 from using Israel as part of the issues in campaigns,” according to RJC executive director Matt Brooks. “It started that way. Right from the get go they just jumped on it.”
“They decided to hijack these meeting in order to, in front of the prime minister, put a gag order in effect to prevent us from speaking out on Israel,” Brooks says.
It is highly unusual for a sitting DNC chair to try to use a foreign prime minister to pressure another political group to act in a way that she deems appropriate. But this seems to have been what happened yesterday.
Asked about Netanyahu’s reaction, Brooks said Netanyahu was “clearly uncomfortable and at one point said, ‘do you guys want me to leave the room and give you guys some privacy?’”
Are you freakin’ kidding me? How embarrassing! How disrespectful for a respected world leader!
Hey, DWS, I got a question for you, Toots. How’s about you take the plank out of your party’s eye before you
shove it up your matzo hole pluck the splinter from your neighbor’s eye?
Senate Democrats are expected to support a resolution intended as a rebuff to President Obama’s call for basing Middle East peace talks on the 1967 Israeli-Palestinian borders.
It would be a rare rebuke of the president by the upper chamber and a sign that Democrats are worried about the impact of last week’s speech on the U.S.-Israel relationship and pro-Israel constituents.
Democrats in both chambers are scrambling to fix the damage caused when Obama called for the 1967 borders and land swaps as a basis for peace.
Some Democrats have tried to downplay the rift, but Israel’s strongest supporters in Congress say there’s no denying that Obama made a tactical mistake in handling the relationship.
I guess those pesky Jews need to “know their place”, right?
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