Hilarious: New York Times Style section dubs Debbie Wasserman Schultz “a cultural and hair hero”

by editor on August 11, 2011

She may work for the New York Times Style section, but we would suggest that you not entrust your future fashion decisions to writer Judith Newman. We don’t mean to be harsh, but it seems obvious that the woman has no taste.

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Hair heroine? C'mon, it looks like she ate at KFC and wiped her hands in her golden locks.

Here’s an excerpt from Newman’s bizarre comments on Wasserman Schultz:

I thought I was tilting at windmills until I discovered my new cultural and hair hero, the Florida congresswoman and chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, Debbie Wasserman Schultz…

Politics aside, I love the congresswoman’s guts in not bowing to the vast Blowout Conspiracy. Sometimes she’s got those blonde waves, sometimes she’s got pin-curls, but I’ve never seen her on a Sunday morning chat show with helmet hair. She is a serious, passionate voice for progressive politics in this country, and she’s not afraid to have hair that’s passionate, too.

Stay tuned for future delusional articles by Judith Newman:

Debbie Wasserman Schultz, hubba hubba

Debbie Wasserman Schultz, if Wasserman wasn’t already her middle name Diplomacy would be

Debbie Wasserman Schultz – funnier than Charles Schultz, smarter than Sgt Schultz, prettier than Ed Schultz

Source: New York Times

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43 Comments on "Hilarious: New York Times Style section dubs Debbie Wasserman Schultz “a cultural and hair hero”"

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beanhead54
Guest

They’ve been asking for her in Iowa…

They need help keeping crows off the corn.

KimmyQueen
Guest

She is in Iowa. She looked crazy there too.

beanhead54
Guest

KimmyQueen: She is in Iowa. She looked crazy there too.

That’s ‘cuz she’s all crazy-mad at Iowa farmers for not providing an “equal share” of their corn to the crows, simply because the crows are black. Crazy-eyed Liberals can spot that particular prejudice from a mile away, and they’re never afraid to call it.

Leaves one to wonder what her position will be when she and you-know-who are eating those crows after the next election.

One thing is certain, PETA will be having a hemorrhage.

Matt
Guest

I guess 80s hairdos are making a comeback?

poppajoe49
Member

Nah, 80’s hairdos were piled high and hairsprayed to death!
This is axle grease combed through a string mop.

wright
Member

Judith needs some glasses. I bet she was the inspiration for the Sears commercial with the “pet” raccoon. “Here Kitty Kitty. Come sleep with snuggles.”

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