Debbie Wasserman Schultz called Mary Landrieu the “ultimate yes woman”, but saying yes to people like Nancy Pelosi and Wasserman Schultz usually means ignoring what her constituents want. But perhaps being somebody that Debbie Wasserman Shultz’s can count on isn’t about money and clout, but instead all about her admiration for Debbie Wasserman Schultz. To quote Mary Landrieu “I am sitting in my bathrobe, OK? On Sunday morning, with my husband…Debbie is working on the television giving the greatest messages in the world,” Landrieu said. “I am…thinking what a fuddy dud I am, sitting on my sofa, in my bathrobe, while this woman is carrying the torch for the Democratic Party.”
So she thinks Debbie Wasserman Schultz is “giving the greatest messages in the world”. Let’s take a look at a few of these “greatest messages in the world”, as Mary Landrieu likes to call them.
“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.”
I actually agree with Wasserman Schultz that Democrats do own the economy. In fact, now that many people have to have two part time jobs to make ends meet, you can thank the Democrats for.
“Diversity on the bench is critical. As practitioners, you need judges who ‘get it!’ We need judges who understand what discrimination feels like. We need judges who understand what inequality feels like. We need judges who understand the subtleties of unfair treatment and who are willing to call it out when they see it!”
Do you really want a judge to make decisions based on their feelings towards a person’s race, their financial standing, or do you want a judge who does not see color and social status, but renders a decision rooted in facts?
“…their callous indifference to the plight of children streaming across the border, fleeing horrific circumstances in their own country. Republicans are simply strangled by extremism.”
So the solution is to promise amnesty and let anybody come across the border? Should our actions encourage young children to take the long dangerous track on their own to come to America? Wouldn’t that be more cold and callous?
There are so many quotes by Debbie Wasserman Schultz that are absolutely ridiculous. She is a woman who will say anything to score political points. Maybe she’s the inspiration when Mary Landrieu attempted to stir up some racial divisions for her own political gain in a recent interview.
But the real question is, where are Landrieu’s loyalties In Washington D.C. where she has a very nice home close to her dear friend Wasserman Schultz? Or are they with her constituents here in Louisiana? Is Mary Landrieu, one of us?