What if @DWStweets08 Was Tweeting About @BarackObama In 2008 .....@DWStweets08: Another broken promise from @BarackObama. Can’t trust his word. Obama doesn’t always mean what he says. #cannottrustbarack
BigNews.Biz - Apr 11,2012 - What if @DWStweets08 Was Tweeting About @BarackObama In 2008
Imagine if Debbie Wasserman Schultz had been using Twitter in 2008, when she viciously attacked candidate Barack Obama … We think it would have looked something like this.
@DWStweets08: Another broken promise from @BarackObama. Can’t trust his word. Obama doesn’t always mean what he says. #cannottrustbarack
•In 2008, Rep. Wasserman Schultz Said Of Barack Obama: “His Word Doesn’t Always Mean What He Says.” WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: “I can tell you that, in Florida, we believe that we are a significant factor in national elections and that we are going to matter, whether there is a pledge or not, and that at this point, with Senator Obama’s clear violation of the pledge, which does show that his word doesn’t always mean what he says, that it’s now our time to review all the options on the table.” (Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, News Conference, 1/21/08)
@DWStweets08: @BarackObama talks about “hope,” but his campaign is all below-the-belt, negative personal attacks. #baracknasty
•Wasserman Schultz Suggested The Obama Campaign’s Talk Of “Hope” Was Hypocritical And That His Campaign Was Engaged In “Below The Belt” And “Out Of Bounds” Personal Attacks. WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: “You know, Senator Obama set a tone for this campaign and has talked about the politics of hope throughout and has repeatedly insisted that he was going to run a different kind of campaign and not degenerate into negative personal attacks. You know, it’s one thing for the candidates to talk about the differences between the two of them on how they would govern on the choices that they’d make. But to – for either the candidate or his senior advisers to degenerate into negative personal attacks and name-calling, which clearly was the result of frustration and anger over his losses on Tuesday, is just – it’s below the belt, and it’s out of bounds. And it is not – those kinds of comments are not appropriate for a senior adviser to continue to be affiliated with a campaign for president of the United States.” (Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Teleconference, 3/7/08)
@DWStweets08: @BarackObama team attacks out of frustration and anger. #desperateobama
•Wasserman Schultz Said The Obama Campaign Launched Attacks As “A Result Of Frustration And Anger.” “Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida came on the line next and told reporters who were listening in, ‘Senator Obama set a tone for this campaign and talked about the politics of hope.’ She added ‘those kinds of comments are not appropriate for a senior advisers.’ Schultz reduced [Samantha] Power’s comments to ‘the result of frustration and anger over his losses on Tuesday.’” (Katharine Jose, “Clinton Campaign: Fire Samantha Power,” New York Observer, 3/7/08)
@DWStweets08: @BarackObama says what Jewish voters want to hear, but he has no track record. Can’t just start from scratch!
•Wasserman Schultz Said That While Obama “Says All The Right Things,” He Doesn’t Have The “Longevity” To Prove His Fidelity To Jewish Voters. “‘The main reason she wins and will continue to win the majority of