By JAVIER MANJARRES
Democratic Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz has just stated that her district, which encompasses parts of Miami-Dade County and a huge swath of Broward County, will be ‘deep-sixed’ “in a few short years.”
Wasserman Schultz jumped on the Al Gore global-warming fright train saying that because of the rising sea levels, she would most likely be forced to represent communities more than two hundred miles away.
“I will eventually represent Orlando if we don’t do something about making sure we can reduce global warming,” she said on Fox News this morning. Wasserman Schultz’s current residence, Weston, Fla., is 224 miles away from Orlando.
She cautioned that her community wouldn’t be the only one at risk. “Coastal communities all across the country, are facing dangerous sea-level rises, which will ultimately cause homes to be underwater in a few short years,” she said.-National Review
Surprised she didn’t blame Bush for this, or has she? By the way, wasn’t it Wasserman Schultz who made this same claim back in 2006 or 2008?
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