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Wednesday, January 08, 2014

She 'wears her love for Israel to work on her sleeve every day' but she opposes sanctions on Iran

Forced to choose between her professed love for Israel and her love for Barack Hussein Obama and the Democratic party, you know which one Debbie Wasserman Schultz chose. Yes, of course, she chose Obama and the Democrats. Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fl) is blocking bipartisan approval in the House of new sanctions against Iran. Because King Barack wants her to....
Wasserman Schultz has broken with leading pro-Israel Democrats like New York Senator Chuck Schumer and New Jersey Senators Robert Menendez and Cory Booker, privately urging her fellow Democrats to follow the White House’s lead by opposing a bipartisan House resolution backing new sanctions on Iran, according to multiple congressional sources close to the debate.
The Iran resolution fell apart in the final days of 2013 after House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer (Md.) withdrew his support for it following a last minute lobbying campaign helmed by Wasserman Schultz, who sources identified as the “key Democrat” leading the anti-sanctions charge.
Wasserman Schultz’s backroom bid to kill the sanctions measure has angered some Democrats on Capitol Hill and in her hometown of South Florida.
“Debbie has been busy at home telling her constituents she is doing all she can to stop Iran, but in reality it appears she is busy behind the scenes working to scuttle bipartisan action to put increased sanctions pressure on Iran,” said one Democrat on Capitol Hill who is closely tracking the Iran debate.
“Every minute she is publicly silent, or working against bipartisan efforts to pressure Iran, is a minute she is siding with the Mullahs over the American people who overwhelmingly want mounting pressure,” said the source, who asked for anonymity.
Sources inside Wasserman Schultz’s heavily Jewish South Florida community say that the lawmaker’s opposition to strengthened sanctions has become a “problematic position” for her constituents.
Wasserman Schultz has become “one of the two problems in Florida in regards to support for those sanctions,” according to one South Florida Jewish community insider.
The other Democratic opponent is Rep. Alan Grayson (Fla.), according to the source.
So will the Jewish community in South Florida stand up and get rid of Dumb Debbie in November? What? And vote for a Republican? Not a chance. 

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At 5:22 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

i believe her husband is a shaygitz


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