Delusional DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz Says President Obama is in “Remarkably Good Shape” Politically … Compares GOP Candidates to Legos
SHE SAID WHAT?
DNC Chair and US Rep (FL-D) Debbie Wasserman Schultz made the unbelievable comment this morning on CBS’s ‘Face the Nation’ that President Barack Obama was in “remarkably good shape” politically. Really Debbie, really? How can these individuals make such comments and keep a straight face? She then went on to make the disparaging comment regarding the GOP candidates that they were like interchangeable “Legos’. The delusional DNC Chair must have missed the most recent Gallup poll that had Obama at 39% job approval rating. It would also appear that Debbie missed the CNN poll that indicates that Barack Obama is down 11% with Democrats support for Obama’s re-nomination. This is how the DNC Chair defines in good shape politically? Incumbent Presidents are usually a sure fire lock for renomination, except if you are, hold, hold … Jimmy Carter. With 15 months to go before the 2012 election Barack Obama’s numbers are trending downward with Democrats. GOOD SHAPE INDEED.
DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., said on Sunday that President Obama is in “remarkably good shape” politically — and that if anyone has a political problem, it’s Republicans. The GOP presidential field, she contended, is full of candidates so interchangeable they might as well be “Legos.”
Wasserman Schultz, in an appearance on CBS’ “Face the Nation,” argued that despite what appears to be a significant drop in approval ratings, Mr. Obama is doing well.
A note to Debbie Wasserman Schultz, I would rather be “Legos” than “Silly Puddy”. She also went on to play the lack of responsibility card and reference the economy that Obama inherited. Wasn’t it Wasserman Schultz who said in the past that the Democrats own the economy? I guess the Democrats have changed that talking point.
“The president is in actually remarkably good shape, given that he is still struggling to help pull our economy out of the Republican — the Republican recession that he inherited. His numbers are still strong. He still has widespread support. If anyone is in trouble, it’s the Republican Party,” she said.