Quote of the Day, Debbie Wasserman Schultz Downplays Worries That Her Base Is Revolting edition.
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As the Democrats continue to bankrupt the nation with crushing debt, and stymie Republican attempts to balance the budget, we were beginning to wonder if they had their own plan to achieve budget solvency. The New York Times just revealed their monumental plan for the future of our fiscal stability. Drum roll……Labeling Republicans and tea partiers as extremists!
“Moments before a conference call with reporters was scheduled to get underway on Tuesday morning, apparently unaware that many of the reporters were already on the line, Charles Schumer of New York, the No. 3 Democrat in the Senate, began to instruct fellow senators on how to talk to reporters about the contentious budget process.
After thanking his colleagues — Barbara Boxer of California, Ben Cardin of Maryland, Tom Carper of Delaware and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut — for doing the budget bidding for the Senate Democrats, who are facing off against the House Republicans over how spending for the rest of the fiscal year, Mr. Schumer told them to portray John Boehner of Ohio, the Speaker of the House, as painted into a box by the Tea Party, and to decry the spending cuts that he wants as extreme. “I always use the word extreme,” Mr. Schumer said, “That is what the caucus instructed me to use this week.”
Schumer feels that a coherent and well-disciplined smear campaign against the tea party will compensate for their incoherent budget plan, vapid ideology, and criminal insouciance to the plight of the American job seeker and consumer. We have known for some time that Democrats champion coordinated talking points and use them as marching orders for their minions. Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) responded to our article opposing 113 week unemployment benefits with the same archaic messaging: “Considering that there are five unemployed workers for every available job, Rep. Lee hopes that Republican leadership will reject this extremist, ultra right-wing view.”
It is a classic case of projection in which Democrats are attempting to promulgate their own image deficiencies on us. Let’s keep score of the current political dynamic and ascertain the nature of genuine extremism.
So who are the real extremists, Senator Schumer?
So Mr. Schumer, who is in the mainstream and who is in the extreme?
So, who are the ultra extremist wingers after all?
Anybody who observed the dichotomy between the peaceful tea parties and the violent union rallies can easily determine who is in the mainstream of political activism.
While Schumer and his political consultants frantically aim for ways to demonize those who represent the forgotten taxpayers and consumers of America, they ought to engage in some introspection first. It appears that the November elections showed all of us who the true extremists are in Washington. And they are not tea party members.