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Debbie Wasserman Schultz at FCDC 006

Is Debbie Wasserman Schultz the best we can do for an open senate seat? And why is Alan Grayson, who said he was interested in the seat, saying nice (if possibly ironic) things about her? I need to find out what’s going on:

U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson spoke highly of Wasserman Schultz — even though he is eyeing a 2016 Senate bid as well.
“I would not run against Debbie Wasserman Schultz out of respect and admiration for her,” Grayson said in an interview. “She would be almost impossible to beat in a Democratic primary anyway.”
Grayson said he believed former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, should he go ahead with a presidential bid in 2016, would have “coattails” for a Republican candidate in Florida, making it all the better to have a ticket led by Wasserman Schultz and Hillary Clinton, who bests Bush by inside-the-error-margin amounts in early Florida polls.
Asked if Wasserman Schultz were seriously considering a run, Grayson said “yes.” When asked whether the two had spoken about the matter, Grayson said he wouldn’t disclose private conversations.

5 thoughts on “Arghh

  1. Recent polls indicate that 7 out of 10 Americans do not support the policies of Israel. Those numbers have remained constant for the past 40 odd years. Yet if you listen to our politicians you would think that 7 out of 10 Americans strongly supported Israel.
    Clearly there is a disconnect between what our political leaders tell us and what the actual facts are concerning Israel’s support in America.
    It is obvious that the leadership in the US has been forced by the Zionists into supporting Israel no questions asked and no criticism brooked out of guilt (WWII and the death camps).
    That said, who in their right mind would want to take on a pro-Clinton, pro-Zionist woman who represents South Florida, home to every Jew not living in New York City? South Florida is a Democratic stronghold in the state with lots of millionaire Democratic donors in residence. For Grayson to attack Wasserman-Schultz on any level, which he would be forced to do to win a Democratic primary, would be just plain nuts.

  2. “a woman who represents South Florida, home to every Jew not living in New York City”

    A very funny line, but not a particularly well-informed one.
    The entire state of Florida, not just the south, has half as many Jews as California. (1.2 million+)

  3. I wouldn’t expect Grayson to say anything different. He’d be a much more valuable Senator, but she’s a darling of the ethically challenged DCCC.

  4. It’s called ironic hyperbole and was in the form of a question (?). It’s not meant to factually inform. It’s meant to smoke out.

  5. Just the mention of her name depresses me about the state of the D part. Or the sight of that unfortunate head of greasy home-made curls and grey roots depresses me. I know it’s wrong to criticize a woman’s looks. But this chick’s hair can give Donald Trump’s mop a run for it money. And as stupid as her hair looks (especially paired with that expensive looking blouse), it’s still not as stupid as what comes out of her mouth.

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