Debbie Wasserman Schultz should really find a better way to keep track of her fake principles.
The Chairperson of the Democrat National Committee wants all Republicans to denounce the opinion Rudy Giuliani offered at a Manhattan dinner Wednesday where he said “I do not believe that the president loves America,” but it seems she many have a touch of amnesia.
Wasserman Schultz tweeted “We can disagree on issues, but when GOPers stay silent while one of their own questions the President’s patriotism, we have a real problem.”
We can disagree on issues, but when GOPers stay silent while one of their own questions the President's patriotism, we have a real problem.
— D Wasserman Schultz (@DWStweets) February 19, 2015
But nary a word was heard from DWS when similar comments were made against former President George W. Bush.
A fact the Twitterverse was all too quick to remind her of.
— Jalen (@GOPMommy) February 19, 2015
— Matthew (@Matthops82) February 19, 2015
— Na[Cu(NT)2(H2O)] (@smittie61984) February 19, 2015
@DWStweets I agree. We have a real problem. We definitely need a new president. A more patriotic one.
— Tim Butler (@tijfbutler) February 19, 2015
@DWStweets Can you provide something which proves the American President's patriotism? It's not obvious to anyone.
— Сигурд Аренссон (@PutinsFinest) February 19, 2015
You stayed silent when Obama questioned Bush's patriotism. Did we have a problem then? @DWStweets
— RB (@RBPundit) February 19, 2015
Is increasing the national debt "unpatriotic"? @DWStweets
— Blame Big Government (@BlameBigGovt) February 19, 2015
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