I’ve heard her being interviewed over the radio many times, and I disagree with her stance on most issues. However, the Congresswoman’s got it right when it comes to Cuba policy:
Both sides in the Cuba fight say Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) was instrumental in winning Democratic votes against the Rangel amendment. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.) told The Miami Herald that Wasserman Schultz was “a tiger” on the Rangel vote, while Antonio Zamora of the U.S.-Cuba Legal Forum described her as a key party in building Democratic opposition.
Would it be that all those in congress where this clear:
She noted that she does not arrive at her position on Cuba because of her district’s makeup, which includes few Cuban-Americans and is 20 percent Hispanic. Instead, she points out that she is Jewish, and that the words “never again” resonate in terms of the Holocaust and the state of human rights in Cuba.
Read the whole thing right here.
Hat tip: Joe L.