More hypocrisy from the left. DNC Chair Ms. Debbie Schultz recently reviled republicans as “women haters” and blasphemed by incorporating the 9th commandment to her own use by declaring, “Thou shalt not lie about a democrat” (you don’t have to lie – the truth is sufficient) also whined about republicans who voted against the GM bailout. So worried she is about the auto industry in the USA, she does not drive an American car:
From The Hill:
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.
But according to Florida motor vehicle records, the Wasserman Schultz household owns a 2010 Infiniti FX35, (16 mpg) a Japanese car whose parent company is Nissan, another Japanese company. The car appears to be hers, since its license plate includes her initials.
Posted: 06.04.11 @ 3:03 p.m.
The new head of the DNC, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, (dim bulb democrat from Florida), recently said the GOP just hates women and then proceeded to quote or mis-quote the 9th commandment, “thou shalt not lie about a democrat.” Now this is really funny. I don’t know but I think I would be a little bit leery about invoking the holy scriptures while lying through my teeth.
The GOP has how many women in the running for president? It just doesn’t quite fit in their false scenario, does it? But, again, whatever the progs are blaming on others, they are guilty of themselves. They hate Sarah Palin with red hot hatred, and also Michele Bachmann. Wasserman-Schultz would give her right arm to be half way as important a figure as either one of those ladies .
I’ll bet Wasserman-Schultz is married to the infamous Ed Schultz. If not, they should get together. She accuses republicans of hating women and he calls republican women sluts. These two are prime examples of the American left wing.
Story from the Daily Caller:
Before her latest political flub in which she called Republicans “anti-women” with an agenda equivalent to “a war on women,” new Democratic Party chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz managed to politicize one of the Ten Commandments.
In a May 4 DNC chair speech, Wasserman Schultz took the Bible’s Ninth Commandment, “You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor,” onto the political battlefield, asking her fellow Democrats to pledge they would “let no man or woman bear false witness against a Democrat.”
Posted: 05.31.11 @ 6:22 p.m.
I am so disgusted I can’t seem to find a way to express it. If we only had a leader in this country. But we don’t. We have a community organizer — or community agitator. It is his people, the DNC and Organizing for America thugs, in Wisconsin acting like a bunch of fools, with teachers calling in sick, involving children in their madness, the democrats actually leaving the state to avoid a vote. What a shameful display. It is unbelievable.
But I guess that is what you get from a lawless administration, and a president who does not honor the constitution, and attacks individual states and governors, causing nothing but strife. There are plenty of people who would love to have jobs and these greeds are fussing over contributing a little more to their retirement fund and health insurance. They are not being fired. They are not being laid off. But they should be. They should be fired immediately and hire someone who wants to work. Or shut down the schools and suspend all pay checks.
And what is this with the president using such violent language as hatchets and machetes. I guess the era of civility has ended. But then, of course, the only ones who are uncivil to begin with are these left wing bums, beginning with the alleged president of the United States.
Re: Michael Steele
Why are the democrats so interested in the republican party and who leads it? I am getting a real bad feeling about this. I think it is a very poor time for republican leadership to change. Michael Steele has been welcoming to the tea party movement, and he will only be replaced by a RINO. And who will benefit by this? Don’t let us chip up in pieces at this point!
The DNC is sending out statement after statement declaring Steele wants to quit the war. THE DNC OF ALL PLACES. Yet, the republicans are falling for their trap in giving their statements credence.
But we have to concentrate on November. We don’t need this Steele resign hullabaloo now. What the MSM and DNC is trying to do is distract from Obama and democrats’ failed and disastrous policies.
Listen to the Video Here. And he is supposed to resign for this? I don’t think so.
I hope we don’t get manipulated by the powers that be to divide us. The democrats wouldn’t be happier, and the republicans? Well, maybe they want to put in a bona fide RINO.
Saul Alinsky’s son L. David Alinsky of his father’s influence at the Dem Convention: “ALL the elements were present: the individual stories told by real people of their situation and hardships, the packed-to-the rafters crowd, the crowd’s chanting of key phrases and names, the action on the spot of texting and phoning to show instant support and commitment to jump into the political battle, the rallying selections of music, the setting of the agenda by the power people.”
“The Democratic National Convention had all the elements of the perfectly organized event, Saul Alinsky style,” the Communist guru’s son wrote in a letter published yesterday in the Boston Globe.
“Barack Obama’s training in Chicago by the great community organizers is showing its effectiveness,” Alinsky Jr. wrote to the Globe. “It is an amazingly powerful format, and the method of my late father always works to get the message out and get the supporters on board. When executed meticulously and thoughtfully, it is a powerful strategy for initiating change and making it really happen.
“Obama learned his lesson well.”
“Alinsky considered himself a realist above all, the ultimate pragmatist.” (American Thinker, Aug. 30, 2008). “As a confirmed atheist, Alinsky believed that the here and now is all there is, and therefore had no qualms about assorted versions of morality in the pursuit of worldly power. He didn’t coddle his radical acolytes or encourage their bourgeois distinctions between good and evil when it came to transferring power from the Haves to the Have Nots. Alinsky saw the already formed church communities as being the perfect springboards for agitation and creating bonds for demanding goods and services.”
“Birds of a Feather Flock Together”
Some have been playing a game called “Where’s The Flag?” trying to find an American flag as part of the theme of the Democratic National Convention. They really searched. They searched high and they searched low, outside, inside, and inside out. Nope. Nothing.
But as evidenced by the photo above, well, they finally found some.
There has been a lot said about the American flag when it comes to Mr. Obama. There’s the discussion about the flag on his campaign plane (so small it has to magnified to be photographed),his reluctance to wear a flag pin or to place his hand over his heart during the national anthem, and I just posted a picture of William Ayers, Obama associate from Chicago, standing on the American flag. See here:
The flag represents the government of the US and its policies; but it also represents the promise as yet unfulfilled of the Declaration, it represents our freedom of speech, our freedom to practice or not practice religion as we choose, it represents American values, it represents one nation in its glory, it represents hope for a better future, and importantly it represents the sacrifices made in all generations to protect our freedoms.