Politicians are noted for being long-winded or as Shakespeare famously wrote "full of sound and fury, signifying nothing". And like the carefully crafted US Supreme Court decision about obscenity, it's tough to pin down a definition of a 'long-winded politician', but we know it when we see it. Or, in this case, hear it. And that's what we heard this week with Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz who was trying to knock down Republicans and champion ObamaCare in an MSNBC interview. John Carlson and the morning crew had some fun at Wasserman-Schultz's expense.