For a Member of Congress publicly trying to pawn himself as a “moderate,” Brad Schneider sure is pulling hard left for campaign help these days.
Just weeks after campaigning with Nancy Pelosi, Brad Schneider is bringing into town on Sunday another hyper-partisan, controversial voice: Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Chair of the Democratic National Committee.
As the national leader of Brad Schneider’s Democratic party, Wasserman-Schultz has promised this about Brad Schneider:
“You’re darn right that our candidates are going to run on the advantage that Obamacare will be going into the 2014 election.”
So Obamacare supporter Brad Schneider is set to sing the praises of the unworkable health care law that’s forcing higher costs and fewer choices on Chicagoland families.
And he’ll stand tall with Debbie Wasserman Schultz who can’t name a single change she’d make to Obamacare because there’s “nothing glaring” that needs to be fixed.
Brad Schneider is shedding fast his fake-moderate image with a partisan liberal record in Congress to match his partisan liberal friends he’s bringing to Chicago.
The Bottom Line:
Brad Schneider can’t expect voters to actually believe his moderate card tricks when he’s bringing in liberal firebrands Nancy Pelosi and Debbie Wasserman Schultz to prop up his campaign. National Democrats know they can count on Brad Schneider to rubberstamp their liberal agenda in Congress and champion Obamacare that’s hitting Chicagoland families with even higher costs.