Javier Manjarres, writing at The Shark Tank, arrives at a possible explanation for DWS' abject refusal to release her own tax data.
• On a recent 7-day cruise, Manjarres estimates that DWS spent between $17,000 and $33,000 housing her family in a two-story "Royal Loft Suite" equipped with spiral staircase: "Debbie Wasserman Schultz may be a Member of Congress and the Chair of the DNC, but she’s not the Sultan of Brunei."
So did the Schultz’ pay the full ticket price of the cruise or did they pay for a less expensive boarding arrangement and then receive an upgrade from the cruise ship? If Wasserman Schultz did receive a complimentary upgrade, it’s possible that she would be in violation of the House Ethics Gift Rule.
• Even more perplexing, DWS also appears to have acquired an additional -- and previously undisclosed -- luxury property in New Hampshire valued at more than a half-million dollars. This accompanies her $400,000 home in Florida.
Ah, the tragic, spartan life of a public servant.
Mitt Romney made his money in the private sector.
I wonder how Debbie made all of her money, since she lives on the public dole?
She would never, ever do anything unethical, like -- say -- her parents?
Although in some families, the nut doesn't fall far from the tree.
So what is Dee Wasserman Snider hiding?