Wasserman Schultz Opens Her Mouth Again
Yesterday (September 26, 2011) on CBS' "Face The Nation," the RNC chairman (Reince Priebus) "debated" the DNC chairman (Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz [D-FL]). During their discussion, Wasserman Schultz said that the US economy is "no longer dropping like a rock." She actually said that.
But wait, it gets better. During their discussion, Priebus cited the 9.1 % unemployment rate and the increase in the national debt, then said, "My question to the chairwoman is: Can she point to one economic statistic in this country that Barack Obama has made better?" Wasserman Schultz called Priebus' question ludicrous. She then said, "Now two-and-a-half years later, we have turned the corner. We're no longer dropping like a rock. Now we are moving forward. We've had 18 straight months of job growth, added 2.4 million jobs to the private sector, month after month, passed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, saved the American automobile industry, which every Republican candidate for president would have let go down the tubes. So yes. That and more."
At least during the Bush administration Congress got to vote on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. That is something that Congress did not get to do when Obama got this county into the war in Libya war.
But that's just my opinion.