So much for that famous civility Democrats love to preach about. It’s obvious who they fear.
Gabrielle Giffords was unavailable for comment.
Democrats have started to wage a political assault against Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), and the intensity of their attacks will intensify in the coming weeks.
The intensity of the attacks will intensify?
Senior officials in the Democratic Party anticipate that Mitt Romney will win the Republican presidential nomination and then tap Rubio to be his running mate.
So much for bringing people together. Instead, it’s divide and conquer.
Meanwhile, Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (Fla.) tried to drive a wedge between Rubio, who is Cuban-American, and Hispanic voters.
Expect to hear the word “extreme” early and often.
Wasserman Schultz has accused Rubio of being out of step with the greater Hispanic community. In January, she said a Romney-Rubio ticket would be “extreme.”
“If there’s a ticket like that, it would be the most extreme ticket in history when it comes to immigration,” she told CNN.
And if anyone has their pulse on the Hispanic community it’s someone named Wasserman-Schultz.
Democrats clearly are terrified of Rubio, so they’ll just wage war on him using smears, lies and inneundo. It’s all they’ve got–destroying someone’s character.
Update: I think we had a mind-meld with Babalu.