Debbie Wasserman Schultz on Delegates


DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz on Delegates

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DCBarroco: The surreal musings of a "party animal" living Between the Beltways, whose favorite contact sport may be politics, but who also has interests that are not poll driven, who thinks beyond the next spin cycle and who will caucus with diverse special interest groups.

Posted on July 25, 2016, in Aphorisms, Election, News, Pensee, Politics and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Over the years, many of us have been subjected to intrusively boring election campaigns which seem to go on and on and . . . . .

    Politicians and their rhetoric in your face everywhere you turn. It just doesn’t stop. Like a bad itch or annoying uncle that just won’t go away.

    A tsunami of policies, promises, distortions, and political spin continually pushed at you until you’ve overdosed beyond repair. Aaaarrgh.

    Now, I’m trying to express how we all feel during such an intense election campaign, and I think this YouTube says it all . . . . . . https://youtu.be/doIFdZ-HJOM

    • Link is to a cute but ultimately vacuous video which commits to no values but expresses angst at the process.

      DWS was exposed in #DNCleak as rigging the system to help Hillary, and meting out political patronage (even at this early stage) to generous donors.

      To reform the District of Calamity, it is better to expose the lies, propose policies and stick election ones’ feet to the fire rather than exclaim: “Are we there yet?”

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