Democratic National Committee chairperson apparently doesn’t think that accuracy really matters, so long as Team Blue gets the win in the long run. Now, why would I say such a thing? Well,it stems from a fundraising email that Debbie Wasserman Schultz sent out where she says this:
Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are now, incredibly, saying they don’t agree with the policies of the party whose nomination they’re about to accept, but guess what? The Los Angeles Times reported yesterday that the platform was, and I quote, “written at the direction of Romney’s campaign.”
This is some pretty unbelievable stuff, even by Mitt Romney standards.
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Quote courtesy of Townhall.com
The above quote deals with abortion, and particularly with Romney and Ryan’s stances on abortion. Romney in particular does agree with some exceptions to an abortion ban. Three of them, as a matter of fact: Rape, incest, and the life of the mother. However, Wassermann Schultz says that the GOP platform - you know, the same one with a call for a constitutional amendment banning abortion? - was “written at the direction of Romney’s campaign.”