In a moment of sparkling candor, Debbie Wasserman Schultz let the cat out of the bag: Barack Obama’s work ethic is pretty pathetic.
In an interview on MSNBC Wednesday, the chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee said, “I’m going to go to the House floor and actually debate why we shouldn’t be voting for the first time in American history to sue the president of the United States for doing his job, and doing his job actually less often and at a rate that is lower than any other president than Grover Cleveland.”
Why she focused on Grover Cleveland requires clarification. He served two separate terms, 1885 to 1889 and 1893 to 1897; he was in the news recently concerning some steamy love letters written to his fiancée; he used executive actions infrequently; and his grandson, Grover Cleveland III, is still alive and may take serious objection to this insult.
Nonetheless, Wasserman Schultz probably realizes that the nation’s commander-in-chief has played golf 185 times since assuming office, 81 times since Jan. 2013, attended 75 Democratic fundraisers since that date, and spent more time on vacation than most of his modern day predecessors, which would likely account for the honest assessment.
With Obama having instructed sycophantic lieutenant Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., not to raise any of the chamber’s 52 bipartisan bills up for a vote, and Attorney General Eric Holder to stonewall every investigation into his plethora of scandals, goodness only knows what gems of truth will pop out of her mouth next.
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