The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is on a roll lately. First they endorsed a candidate in Florida’s 13th Congressional District who couldn’t lawfully run as a Democrat. (Who, by the way, later dropped out of the race when it was discovered there were gaping holes in his resume). Now they’re suggesting Republican congressional candidate Lee Zeldin -- an Iraq War veteran and New York State Senator -- is a “coward.”
Why, you ask? Because he hasn’t come out in favor -- or against -- the Paul Ryan budget plan yet. “Zeldin is either woefully uninformed, willfully ignorant or a coward,” the committee wrote on its website.
Nevertheless, they kicked their criticism up a notch yesterday when they tweeted out this:
The National Republican Congressional Committee wants an apology. We'll see if they get one.
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