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Thursday, October 11, 2012

HUH? Debbie Wasserman Schultz: "Wrong Statements on Libya Doesn't Mean They're False"

DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz is proving once again that Ron White is correct when he says you can't fix stupid. Just to prove how desperate the Obama campaign is getting, they have called her back from exile to go back on the talk show circuit.

Yesterday she appeared on the Piers Morgan show on CNN.  When asked about the administration's reluctance to part with the truth about Libya she came up with a twisted piece of logic that would make Yogi Berra jealous.

When Morgan confronted her about the administration putting out information that was completely wrong, dumb-dumb Debbie responded with
"Well that doesn't mean it was false."
And Morgan of whom it could be said English was his first language, said:
Morgan: What?! Now wait a minute. If you put out a false statement, then it's false, it's wrong. It's both of those things.
To double-check myself,  I looked up the definition of wrong:
deviating from truth or fact
Then I looked up false:
not true or correct; erroneous
Perhaps I am being a bit picky, but it seems to me that Mr. Morgan is correct, the words mean the same thing.

It would not be wrong or false if added here that perhaps one of Ms. Wasserman Schultz's headlights is on dim. She is simply not smart enough to be either DNC chair or a member of Congress. In fact she probably should not be allowed out of the house without a helmet and a tag that tells people how to get her home.

Take a look at the exchange on the video below:
(if you cannot see video below please click here and view on the web site)






1 comment:

Poor Guy said...

I write a lot of satire of the news on my blog and I have no idea how to parody something that is so stupid. If she had been a little more subtle I could have had a shot.