Rick Moran calls the DNC chair the "gift that keeps on giving" and he keeps being proven correct by the DNC chair. The latest example unites the annoying, hypocritical, not-nearly-as-smart-as-she-thinks Congresswoman with her House Democratic colleague Anthony Weiner, to whom all the same descriptors apply. What a match made in heaven!
Michael Alan at Legal Insurrection nails the hypocrisy:
Earlier this week, DNC chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz told CNN that Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY) is dealing with "a personal matter." That "personal matter" includes not knowing "with certitude" whether or not the, er, picture that was tweeted to a 21 year old college student belongs to the Congressman....... 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.