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Monday, August 6, 2012

Democratic mouthpiece mum on Reid's outrageous claims

Debbie Wasserman-Shultz, Democratic Congressman from the state of New York, is also the spokesperson for the Democratic National Committee. She is always running her mouth about one thing or another. But about Harry Reid's outrageous claims on the floor of the U.S. Senate, in his capacity as majority leader of the Senate, she has nothing to say.

Last week, Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) said he had evidence that Mitt Romney has not paid his taxes in over a decade. But he will only say it is an "anonymous source", reportedly someone form Bain Capital.

To start, Romney has not worked at Bain Capital in over ten years. So what the hell would someone, an Anonymous Source from there, know about Romney's taxes.

Second, if Reid has evidence of a Presidential candidate committing a felony like this, he needs to come clean with all the information.

Third, if I had an anonymous source and no back up information and released this in an article, I would be an irresponsible journalist. Yet, if a politician only has one source - sketchy at best - of information, apparently they are given carte blanc to present this to the world.

And Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, the mouthpiece that doesn't stop running, cringes from questions about whether Reid "should make a charge like that with no more evidence than an anonymous source?" Instead of answering the question she deflects to other talking points.


How do New Yorkers allow this woman to keep representing them when it is so obvious all she is there to do is represents the interest of the Democratic Party and all the divisive money baggers who fund them?

She keeps pitching claims that have since been proven incorrect or exaggerated. Yet New Yorkers are willing to keep her around. Its my guess they just don't care about being represented. Or maybe they like to outsource their representation. I mean, do they really think that Soros and all the other special interest investors in the Democratic Party know what's best for New Yorkers? Guess so.

They must be okay with not having federal transparency - because Schultz voted against that legislation. They must be okay allowing unborn children who can feel pain to be aborted - because Schultz voted against that legislation. They must not care about the military's budget - because Schultz didn't even vote on that legislation. They must not care about domestic energy, jobs, economic growth or Homeland Security - because Schultz voted against those pieces of legislation as well. Guess what they DO care about is unions and illegal immigrants getting more benefits and rights - because Schultz DID vote for all of that legislation. In fact, they must be very into obstructing the government from getting anything meaningful done, as Schultz has voted no to more legislation that she has voted for anything else.

But I guess New Yorkers only care about either voting for someone who DOES NOT represent them or they are just so lazy, they vote Party line no matter who is on the ballot. The latter would seem to justify the case for New Yorkers (at least in the 20th District - soon to be the 23rd District) wanting their representation outsourced to the highest Democratic bidder.

Anyway, you can agree or not. If you have your own opinion, that you thought out carefully without input from the SPIN doctors or talking heads of the left, and don't agree, thats fine. So long as you think for yourself. If you don't agree but can't come up with anything better than what others think for you, don't bother. But hey, it makes no difference to me. Because, as usual, this is just me, Thinking Out Loud.

Have a great day.


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