Putting it to the Wasserman test


The best that she can be

The best that she can be

The Chairman of the Democrat Party introduces a welfare recipient, just picked at random, who will counter Republican Marc Rubio’s Real State of the Nation speech Tuesday night.

In a conference call Monday, [Debbie] Wasserman Schultz enlisted the help of Annette Capella, described by party officials as a “Medicare recipient from Florida,” to warn of the “extreme budget priorities,” they believe Rubio is likely to outline in his televised response to President Obama’s address.

Capella gave a lengthy and unflattering statement about Rubio, a U.S. senator from Florida and Tea Party favorite. She admitted he is an attractive politician but one who would make life more difficult for seniors by supporting a plan to alter Medicare by reducing benefits.

It turns out, however, that Capella is hardly your standard Medicare-dependent Floridian. She’s the Democratic Party’s state committeewoman for St. Johns County.

You do know what the Wasserman test is, don’t you? How fitting.


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12 responses to “Putting it to the Wasserman test

  1. Anonymous

    Very funny Chris, but the sad fact is that our country is slipping and sliding into third worldism. Just look at that pathetic face in your above post: she is the chairman of our dominant political party? God help us all.

  2. Anonymous

    why do jews support obama?

  3. Libertarian Advocate

    Debbie brings to mind some third rate porn “actress” happily paid in crack.

  4. AJ

    “…Capella is hardly your standard Medicare-dependent Floridian…” seems to suggest that Medicare is the same as Medicaid; it is not.

  5. Betsy Young

    This doesn’t surprise me one bit! Gosh, she is homely!

    Betsy Young ☺

  6. Cobra

    Wasserman Schitz appears to have ingested some particularly virulent meth.

  7. Anonymous


    this will wash the bad taste out of your mouth – no one should wake up to DWS

  8. Fred2

    “If Jews are so smart, how could Moses take 40 years to lead us to the only place in the Middle East without oil?”


    The bigger question is how come 40 years to get that close? Moses must have gone in circles, or stepped backwards through some time worm-hole to take 40 years to get there.

    I mean really, I could see it taking a couple – 10 years to cross wild North America with a gaggle of a tribe (Stopping to grow supplies, winters, etc…), but the Sinai, 40 years?!

    • Well don’t forget, Fred, they did have to go to North America to drop off a couple of what would become known to Mitt’s crowd as “the lost tribes”. That’s quite a detour, so I think the lengthy sojourn can be understood.