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Has Debbie Wasserman Schultz's star stalled?

Politico today suggests the Broward Democrat has "hit a rut," noting that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi passed her over for a prominent House leadership position and that she could lose a position on the House Appropriations Committee.

Wasserman Schultz in the article "insists that she is sanguine about her prospects and her continuing influence in the House.

" 'It’s never been about the title as much as rolling up my sleeves and doing the work. If you put in the time and effort, you get the result,' she said. With the early start to her political career and her continuing eagerness to serve, she has the benefit of time. 'I am 44. ... I am not in a tremendous hurry.' "


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The only thing Wasserman Schultz has ever been good at is flapping her gums.


crazeekitty is right. The state and country would miss nothing without her lack of common sense and a realistic approach to governing.


I would have thought her ultra-partisanship and predictable stridency would be just what Dr. Pelosi ordered. Seriously, if she would dial it back a bit she would be so much more effective.

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