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2016 Postmortem

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yurbud

(39,405 posts)
Mon Dec 21, 2015, 03:41 PM Dec 2015

Should Debbie Wasserman Schultz resign as DNC chair? [View all]

It's been pretty obvious her thumb was on the scale for Hillary from the start, but that computer kerfuffle last weekend was dropping a house on the scale.

Progressive voters are the base of the Democratic Party, but we haven't had a progressive chair since Howard Dean.

We need someone in that position who more than just the fat cat donors can trust.

Should Debbie Wasserman Schultz resign?


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Yes.
55 (92%)
No.
3 (5%)
Don't know.
0 (0%)
Other (please explain).
2 (3%)
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The DNC screwed up by hiring a company that couldn't secure the data Cali_Democrat Dec 2015 #1
I don't see your vote to indicate that yurbud Dec 2015 #2
the issue is broader than this data breach, which is more symptom of bigger issue. yurbud Dec 2015 #3
The DNC hired a company whose vice president is DWS's nephew HoneychildMooseMoss Dec 2015 #13
Aharon Wasserman is not her nephew...they're not even related Cali_Democrat Dec 2015 #16
Even if they are not related, HoneychildMooseMoss Dec 2015 #18
I don't think she's done a good job, but.... Cali_Democrat Dec 2015 #20
Huh? HoneychildMooseMoss Dec 2015 #21
When she SMEARED Bernie sonofspy777 Dec 2015 #32
Optics are terrible. Not enough debates, debates clearly set at times when randys1 Dec 2015 #27
No. We don't need DNC turmoil as we enter election year Liberal_in_LA Dec 2015 #4
We already have DNC turmoil and she is the primary cause of it Bjorn Against Dec 2015 #6
She should resign from everything possible. Motown_Johnny Dec 2015 #5
She could be HRC's Nanny for when Chelsea brings Charlotte to visit. Hiraeth Dec 2015 #7
I would trust her around kids about as much as I trust Rahm around public schools yurbud Dec 2015 #10
ouch Hiraeth Dec 2015 #14
I only said "Yes" demwing Dec 2015 #8
I said yes Old Codger Dec 2015 #24
She not only violated the terms of the contract, she acted like Bernie was the enemy. reformist2 Dec 2015 #9
She should be fired and frog-marched out of the building. Fuddnik Dec 2015 #11
She should have already stepped down after 2014 kenfrequed Dec 2015 #12
Thanks in part to her bumbling, HoneychildMooseMoss Dec 2015 #15
Third Way doesn't want Dems to win supermajority yurbud Dec 2015 #19
Hmm... kenfrequed Dec 2015 #22
Fascinating theory Dem2 Dec 2015 #23
Cuomo in NY got endorsement of Working Families Party by saying he would campaign for more Dems in yurbud Dec 2015 #36
Of course, regardless who one supports for the nomination Douglas Carpenter Dec 2015 #17
The culprit here is the vendor hired by the DNC; but the DNC kept them on even Zen Democrat Dec 2015 #25
Yes. bigwillq Dec 2015 #26
DWS in Incompetent and Bias earthside Dec 2015 #28
The DNC makeup is still the same. Phlem Dec 2015 #29
She should be fired and have security escort her from the building. Vincardog Dec 2015 #30
YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! maybe put Howard Dean back in ?? trueblue2007 Dec 2015 #31
No, I don't support a quiet resignation "to spend more time with the family" bvar22 Dec 2015 #33
if she was a DU member, she would be banned for that yurbud Dec 2015 #37
Absolutely agree bvar! She is clearly not a Democrat, a DINO and even at that not much sabrina 1 Dec 2015 #38
it's funny how pols want to be tough on the rest of us but treat each other with the utmost respect yurbud Dec 2015 #43
Ab-so-fucking-lutely. And lets not forget how she teamed up with Sheldon Adelson Warren DeMontague Dec 2015 #34
After the primary I think there's a chance. joshcryer Dec 2015 #35
I agree. bvar22 Dec 2015 #39
yep. She's an over-permed Rahm Emanuel. yurbud Dec 2015 #40
Certainly she will be rewarded by the Clinton administration hack89 Dec 2015 #42
No, shitcan her. PowerToThePeople Dec 2015 #41
that would be my preference too, but that's my preference for ALL DLC/Third Way/New Dems yurbud Dec 2015 #44
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