Anderson Cooper (Yes, This Is CNN), Eviscerates Talking Decepticon (Debbie Wasserman Shultz)

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Via Allah at Hot Air:

Between this and Wolf Blitzer doggedly reminding her that Paul Ryan’s Medicare plan would not, in fact, target senior citizens, it’s been a tough couple of weeks on CNN for America’s most lifelike talking-points robot. I wonder why they’ve decided to go after her lately. Has her droning, mechanical spin begun to annoy even otherwise sympathetic media? Or is this a pure ratings thing, with CNN producers realizing that rhetorical bloodsport with DWS is a surefire winner with conservative audiences?

Simple stuff here. The GOP adopted the same abortion language in its platform this year, with no specific exceptions for rape or incest, as it did in 2008 and 2004. Romney’s on record repeatedly as saying that he favors exceptions for rape and incest in prospective abortion bans. DWS’s spin: Because Romney’s the nominee and his people kinda sorta get to write the platform — which isn’t binding on him or anyone else — we should ignore his stated position and pretend like he’s no different from Todd Akin. And if that means occasionally bowdlerizing a quote in a newspaper for DNC fundraising e-mails, hey, politics ain’t beanbag. You’re now prepared for seven minutes of mind-paralyzing spin. Go get ‘em, Roboto.

DWS is the Baghdad Bob of this election season:

19 thoughts on “Anderson Cooper (Yes, This Is CNN), Eviscerates Talking Decepticon (Debbie Wasserman Shultz)

    • texas: the things that you have to deny or to ignore to be a liberal or “progressive” put them into almost a bi-polar state. I don’t get it either.

      • Utah, that book that you recommended, Willful Blindness, explains a lot of political behavior on all sides of the aisles. People identify with an organization to such an extent that to see it as wrong and to do what it would take to undo that wrong would mean changing their whole existence. Despite Obama’s now infamous campaign slogan, people do not like change that much, so they ignore the problem, hope that the inevitable waits until after their time on the stage.

        • People identify with an organization to such an extent that to see it as wrong and to do what it would take to undo that wrong would mean changing their whole existence.

          (shakes head) Bingo! Now, learn to see this in the mirror, then teach that trick to your friends (I’m working on mine) and MAYBE — JUST MAYBE — we can actually start fixing things. Of course, that requires us to agree on the ideal first: whether or not we are going to organize society around natural law or man’s law.

          BTW: THIS is why the Party system is bad for the nation: people worry about “the good/needs of their party” over those of the nation.

            • I think I already know this book: lots of what’s wrong with business but seldom any application to govt., herself or any other group/organization to which she is sympathetic? Is THAT the book? The one that never acknowledges the author is subject to the same problem of her premise?

              • Ms Heffernan uses examples from her own life, so I doubt this is the same book. She is obviously a liberal, but she is not pushing any agenda, as far as I can tell.

  1. In the corner to my right, we have Anderson Cooper, the openly gay son of Gloria Vanderbilt – heiress to the prominent Vanderbilt family of New York (rail road moguls). That is old-school Democratic mega riches … y0!

    And in the corner to my left, we have Debbie Wasserman Shultz, daughter of a Macy’s clerk, and fathered by a CPA. Certifibly nuts, she currently leads the DNC, frequently misses Congressional votes, and is only rivaled by Joe Biden in bipartisan criticism for her frequent appearances on MSNBC to discuss “talking points”

    Despite the fact that Cooper would not view dear Debbie with adoration based on her looks, he is also is one of those evil “one percenters” in the eyes of a jealous Shultz. Put the two of them together on TV, and you had to know that at some point much “lolz” would be had.

    A clash of the titans this is, and maybe the liberals should place them both on a leash. 🙂

    • That is the look of true intellectual pauperism (which extends beyond just being blonde).

      I also have suspicions that she has some sort of learning disability, and possibly a mental disorder. 🙂

  2. Hell, even Wolf Blitzer is jumping in on calling this lunatic on her pathological lying …
    (check out the look on her silly face … total disbelief)

    Liberals are even getting sick of liberals. (and that is worthy of much “lolz”) 🙂

  3. My God! How many people could we catch on Youtube alone exposing liberal Debbie Wasserman-Schultz for being a dolt? This is particularly brutal because Ryan does not engage in rhetoric, he came with solid math, and charts … Debbie Wasserman-Schultz came with a narrative. 🙂

    Paul Ryan Destroys Debbie Wasserman-Schultz in Obamacare Debate

    If this dolt is the best that you liberals have to offer …. God help you. God help us all.

  4. Two liberals tag-team on Shultz on CNN …. 🙂
    DNC Chair Says Obama’s Hypocrisy on private equity is “apples and coconuts”

    Jesus, even Dylan Ratigan hops on top of her …. LOL

    And the list goes on, and on, and on with notable names such as Brett Baier, Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, Chuck Todd, Andrea Mitchell …

    Debbie is a very politically promiscuous woman. She just lets them all have their way with her. I am beginning to think that Debbie Wasserman Schultz is the very best thing that has ever happened to the GOP.

  5. Actually, in a poll taken of my opinions, Dukakis in the Army tank, with that ill-fitting helmet was more deadly to Democrats than any single other episode or event.

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