Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Debbie Wasserman Schultz At 14% Approval A Gift To The GOP

The subject of much speculation that she will be dumped, and also that she will lose her seat, Debbie Wasserman Schultz is capping off a woeful term as National Chair of the Democratic National Committee (DNC). Her tenure has seen her "attack dog" (like her attack on GOP congressman Allen West) high profile "leadership" getting her embroiled in controversy whilst the party, like typical Dem's spends more than it raises.
"According to federal reports filed yesterday, the Obama campaign spent more money than they raised in the month of May. They spent more money than they raised? Well, that's called being a Democrat" –Jay Leno.

In the meantime Reince Priebus continues on his low profile way doing what he should-raising money. Actually DWS is an asset-to the GOP- and will be sorely missed after her role leads to the GOP retaining the House and possibly winning the Senate. 

Best of all she ranks below Michael Steele the former GOP Chair who was the subject of endless Dem attacks and ridicule-what goes round etc.

The polling site Election Meter.com ranks DWS as the lowest polling Dem in their category #1 standing  at 14% approval and declining rapidly (a double decline symbol!). Yes, she also ranks lower than any GOP #1 profile person as well.

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