So, how sorry is Debbie Wasserman Schultz for basically accusing Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker of beating up women? See for yourself:

Ahem:

In a statement to CBS News, Wasserman Schultz conceded, “I shouldn’t have used the words I used.” But, she went on, “that shouldn’t detract from the broader point that I was making that Scott Walker’s policies have been bad for Wisconsin women. Whether it’s mandating ultrasounds, repealing an equal pay law, or rejecting federal funding for preventative health care, Walker’s record speaks for itself.”

In other words:

sorry not sorry

That’s our Debbie.

Yep.

The girl can’t help it.

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