Democratic Party Members Are Voicing Their Disdain for Debbie Wasserman-Schultz’s Leadership
The blog generally stays away from the Dems In Disarray narratives because, too often in the past, these have been used to obscure the fact that the Republicans are running an incredible passel of public omadhauns for president. However, the blog also has been quite clear in its desire that Democratic national chairperson Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-CNN) be removed from her current position because the evidence that she’s done much of anything in the post is not exactly overwhelming. This feeling, it appears, is becoming somewhat general.
Deb Kozikowski, vice chairwoman of the Massachusetts Democratic Party, said the chief of the Democratic National Committee, US Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida, had done a disservice to grass-roots volunteers by allowing Republicans to dominate the airwaves for the last month. “How do I tell these really dedicated Democrats who work really hard from top to bottom that debates for our presidential candidates are restricted, and they’re there watching all these Republicans get all this air time?” she said. “I think about the folks at the grass roots who work day in day out, no money no glory, because they believe in democracy with a small ‘d’ and the Democratic Party with a large ‘D,’ getting bombarded with all these Republican candidates.”
I will grant the point that the vast difference in exposure doesn’t necessarily work to the Republicans’ advantage, since it gives the nation an extended look at the increasing virulence of the prion disease. But, even so, the notion that DWS has screwed the pre-primary process up from hell to breakfast - and, worse, that she’s loaded the dice in favor of a frontrunner who now appears to be in more than a little trouble — has taken root.