DNC Chairman Debbie Wasserman Schultz |CONGRATULATIONS!

3 Chics would be remiss, if we didn’t give our props to the new DNC Chairman Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz.  Congratulations, Rep Wasserman Schultz!

Debbie Wasserman Schultz tapped to lead Democratic National Committee

South Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz was selected Tuesday to lead the Democratic National Committee, an influential role that will make her the face and the voice of the national party leading into the 2012 elections.

Wasserman Schultz will continue to represent the 20th congressional district that covers parts of Broward and Miami-Dade counties.

The 44-year-old mother of three from Weston has become a passionate defender of President Barack Obama, who is preparing for a tough re-election campaign.

A stellar move by President Obama.  Rep Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s selection as leader of the DNC, and her dedication to the Democratic Party will rally the Florida Dems, a state that is KEY to any presidential win.

Here’s why Rep Debbie Wasserman Schultz is a winning pick to lead the Democratic National Committee:

She’ll stay focused and on message, and she will cut through the GOP BS.  Go get’em, Debbie!   Thank you for your service.

You can contact & follow Rep. Wasserman Schultz on Facebook.

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11 Responses to DNC Chairman Debbie Wasserman Schultz |CONGRATULATIONS!

  1. Herb Slavin says:

    Dear Debbie, congratulations on your new assignment . i am a life long member of the Democratic Party . I am very disappointed in the performance of the Party. The Party has taken the Housing fiasco off the table. There are no comments from any Democrat on the demise of millions of US Citizens who find their homes under water, unable to modify their mortgages because the banks ( that were bailed out by the Democratic party with the taxpayer’s money) are padding their own pockets. In less than one year Wells Fargo and other major banks paid of the loans and are raking it in. Where is the H. Paulson’s for the these people. H. Paulson received a waiver on his tax bill of $89 million plus for joining the GVT. Is it acceptable that millions of hard working citizens will be out of their homes? What kind of country is this? I grew up during the Great Depression. I started working at a very early age to help my parents. Roosevelt was President. Everyone believed in him. Although it took WWll to get completely out of the Depression. The man in the street had hope. He pitched in and went off to a brutal war.
    We won. the USA saved the world. the Democratics had vision. They pushed through the G.I. bill. A monumental event that changed the US.
    Where is the Democratic Party now?
    The only time I hear form you is a request for money. I am 81 years old. On the verge of loosing my home.
    Is it true that if you serve one term in Congress your retirement salary is the same as that while you were in Congress?
    I hope that you read this letter and tell the President to stop running for President and take care of the voters?

  2. Gene Robke says:

    The Ryan plan to gut Medicare is a hot button issue with voters, as was shown in the N.Y. special election. Please hammer the Republicans on the fact that they opposed Medicare negotiating for cheaper prescription drugs. Tell the electorate how much this added to the cost of Medicare. Have no mercy on the bastards.

    • You got it!

    • Ametia says:

      Hi Gene; 3 Chics is on it I’m keeping my eye on the media. Morning Joe has Paul Ryan on this morning. Saw it coming yesterday, with Joe Scarborough schilling for RyanCARE and the GOP. That Blue-eyed devil is grinning and spinning, basically blaming the plan on democrats, envoking Obama and Clinton as models for the plan. SMGDH. Nope! buddy, too late, they want to cover for private corps and drug companies. And do not give a rat’s ass about grandma and grandpa.


  3. Gene Robke says:

    Please spread the word in the media about the vote to end subsidies for big oil. The American public will not like the results. Please tell how the 48 that voted against ending the subsidies received $21 million in career donations for big oil, and those 52 who voted for ending subsidies received $5.4 million.

  4. Ametia says:

    In a Life Filled With Firsts, One More
    Published: April 24, 2011

    WESTON, Fla. — Open lunchboxes are sprawled on the kitchen counter. Four dogs dart in and out. And three children rummage through backpacks. With the predawn bedlam at its height, the harried mother asks: Do you have your baseball glove? What do you want for a snack? How about the form I have to sign?

    Rebecca, 11, who like most of her peers has embraced the eye roll as a punctuation mark, announces she is wearing leopard-print flats to school.
    “Why don’t we start with, ‘Mom, is it O.K. if I wear these shoes to school today?’ ” chides Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz, in white sneakers and head-to-toe pink sweats, her mass of curly hair pulled back. “Choppity-chop, let’s go.”

    In less than two weeks, Ms. Wasserman Schultz — mother, wife, Girl Scout leader, legislator, fund-raiser and House vote counter — will add another job to her monumentally orchestrated life. She will become the first woman elected to lead the Democratic National Committee, a role that requires grit, exaltation and inspiration. At 44, she will be the youngest committee leader in decades.

    As the country races toward the 2012 presidential election, it will be her task to rally Democrats to give money and time, swatting away Republican barbs and defending President Obama at every turn. It is a job she is well prepared to handle, having served years on the House’s Democratic campaign committee.

    Later that morning, in a nearby deli, Ms. Wasserman Schultz, now wearing a businesslike gray suit and pumps, said, “The timing is right for a retail politician.”
    But the symbolism of her selection is not lost on her.


  5. rikyrah says:


    she will totally be ON POINT.

  6. Mad Props, Debbie Wasserman Schultz!

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