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Schultz, or........

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D.-Fla.) has been blathering about the new health care law not making it mandatory that individuals buy health insurance. Apparently she didn’t read it, because the bill’s language says otherwise.

At an April 5 town hall meeting in Fort Lauderdale, someone asked Wasserman Shultz where the Constitution authorized Congress to mandate that individuals buy health insurance. She responded that the new health care law did not require individuals to buy health insurance. “We actually have not required in this law that you carry health insurance,” Wasserman Schultz said at the town hall meeting.

...Schultz???? Quite the Resemblance!

Her mis-informed press secretary, Jonathan Beeton, said it was true that the health care law did not mandate that individuals buy health insurance and that Wasserman Schultz stood by her assertion at the town hall meeting.

He said Schultz’s remarks were, “…accurate. You have a choice of insuring yourself with affordable coverage, or paying an assessment that will offset the burden you place on other insured Americans and taxpayers by not being insured.”

Her ability to represent people reminds me of the famous character of the same last name…Schultz, from the old television series, “Hogan’s Heros”. Schultz had a famous line that went like this: “I see NOTHING! I know NOTHING!” Seems appropriate to compare images of the two.

I think I see a resemblance.

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