Rep. Wasserman Schultz: There were no Dirty deals on health Care reform

No Dirty deals on Health Care?  Dems really do think constituents are stupid.

From Gateway Pundit

Last night, I attended and took on Debbie Wasserman Schultz at her SEIU thug controlled townhall. She played a propaganda film with lying Dem talking points and filled the place early with 3/4 of the people to intimidate. She so-called meeting was tightly controlled. Outside there were 100’s of protesters….and thugs shoving tea party people. The police force was over the top.

I asked her to defend her party’s dirty deals and backroom deals….and then I asked her why she has been silent on Obama humiliating Israel’s P.M. at the W.H. She refused to answer the latter, and lied about the deals….saying there were NO DIRTY DEALS.

Here is the video of Wasserman-Schultz being booed and then lecturing her constituents:

The Sun-Sentinel reported on Susan’s question and the confrontation at the astroturfed town hall:

One woman asked Wasserman Schultz to “defend the dirty deals on this health care deal.” Wasserman Schultz responded that “there certainly were no such dirty deals.”

via Gateway Pundit.

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