#rsrh Debbie Downer at the post-debate spin room.

The trouble starts on the first sentence:

When I caught up with Democratic National Committee chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., in the spin room of last night’s Republican debate, she was arguing that President Obama had turned the nation around.

While I appreciate Philip Klein’s subsequent demonstration that the DNC’s being run by somebody whose primary qualification is to repeat whatever she gets told by Barack Obama’s handlers*, I have to wonder: why in God’s name did we have Debbie Downer in the spin room in the first place, and why didn’t they require her to wear a clown nose?

Moe Lane

PS: Shouldn’t that woman be busy helping with trying to find more sacrificial victims for this year’s House/Senate races?  The lack of work ethic today…

*The White House has been actually very diligent at getting control over the various Democratic groups, in order to maximize his re-election chances.  The damage that it’ll do to them in the long term? Not his problem.


  • Rob Crawford says:

    I think she’s correct. We used to be on the right path, now we’re on the wrong one — that counts as being turned around.

  • Murgatroyd says:

    She’s always upbeat about the President. That’s why they call her Debbie Wasserman-Positive.

  • Josh Reiter says:

    I think Obama is going to make Debbie a recess appointment for the Inspector General of Clown Noses this weekend.

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