DNC’s Wasserman Schultz May Cause Dems Harm

Friday, 10 Jun 2011 10:39 AM

By Dan Weil

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Democrats liked the idea of a strong leader for the Democratic National Committee when they chose Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz as chairman a month ago. But they may be getting more than they bargained for, Politico reports.

dnc wasserman schultzThe problems:

• Four nonpartisan researchers say she portrayed Republicans’ Medicare plan inaccurately.

• She has accused the GOP of seeking to go back to segregation.

• Wasserman has alleged Republicans are launching a “war on women.”

• She argues the GOP wants to make illegal immigration “a crime.”

• She drives a foreign car, despite lambasting Republicans for failing to back the U.S. auto industry.

“This is a growing pain that she and team Obama are going to need to figure out, and it’s a good thing for both sides that she’s making the gaffes now,” a Democratic the consultant said.



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