No hard data? DWS: No problem. We won. Republicans are extremists
Listen to the incoherent ramble as DNC chair and U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (FL) plays the blame game instead of answering the Obamacare question posed by MSNBC host Thomas Roberts. The liberal Democrat said it would be “unfair” to ask for enrollment numbers right now given that the rollout is set to last 180 days.
“We need and we’ve acknowledged all along, like we’ve done for more than 200 years, Thomas, if there are problems that arise through the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, which inevitably with a change this big there will be, we need to work together to fix those. What the Republicans are trying to do, they don’t really want to fix the problems. They don’t even acknowledge or agree that everyone should have access in America to quality, affordable health care. That is the rub.
And they don’t accept that President Obama was re-elected last November. It is time to work together and move on. even Al Gore, who didn’t — who vehemently disagreed with the Supreme Court decision that made George W. Bush president in 2000 accepted that the Supreme Court’s ruling was the final say and moved on. And the country moved on. That’s what our democracy is all about. We have to work together, accept when we win and accept when we lose and work together to move our democracy forward. The Republicans are controlled by extremists.”
Wasserman-Schultz’ ineptness resounds in the latest Public Policy Polling Survey which showed a hypothetical contest for Florida’s U.S. Senate seat in 2016. A match-up between conservative former U.S. Rep. Allen West and Wasserman-Schultz is a dead heat. The seat in question is held by freshman U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, who could be seeking the GOP nomination for president in 2016.
Watch as Wasserman-Schultz displays her partisan clumsiness and Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is shredded by liberal Jon Stewart on his pseudo comedic, politically-left-of-center “The Daily Show.”