Wasserman Schultz: We’ll carry the President “on the shoulders of the people” to the White House in November

The hubris of Debbie Wasserman Schultz and the Democratic Party knows no bounds today. After crashing the Republican National Committee (RNC) in Tampa this afternoon, Wasserman Schultz made an appearance on Hardball with Chris Matthews to give her take on the current state of the Presidential election. During the appearance, Schultz had this to say about Obama’s odds of getting reelected:

“We have systematically and steadily been running and setting up the most significant grassroots presidential campaign in history, and we’ll carry the President to the White House on the shoulders of the people of this country.”

Talk about over-confidence.

While Obama may get reelected to office in November, to say he’s so popular that not only will he win the election, he’ll be carried in on the shoulders of the American people is a little much.

A recent Washington Post-ABC News poll has Romney and Obama virtually tied at 47 percent and 46 percent respectively.

The only thing the American people will be carrying on their shoulders if Obama gets reelected is more than $16 trillion of debt.

 

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  1. SummerRain says:

    Well, we are talking about MSNBC with this interview so we can’t take it too seriously about what is said. Thanks for the article cause I haven’t seen this on CNN/FOX news. Thank goodness for the Internet.

  2. Rich K says:

    Can you imagine Debbie “motor mouth” ever speaking anything but her diatribe? I hope she continues to flap her gums, she’s the best advertisement for voting Republican. Imagine having her as your wife…

  3. Jeph says:

    I think using the American people as the pedistal upon which Obama is to be adored by the Left is very telling.
    Ms. Wasserman Schultz, the American people have shouldered the burden of Obama for too long, and I think you’ll find we are tired of supporting the man!

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