One is a soggy blowhard moving aimlessly through the state of Florida and the other is a tropical storm.
It looks as though Democrats aren’t that fond of their current party leader Debbie Wasserman-Schultz anymore.
Javier at The Shark Tank blog broke the news over the weekend that these persistent rumors are valid.
According to our source within the Democratic Party, who is also a close associate of Wasserman Schultz, the arrangements have already been made for her to leave DNC regardless if President Obama wins re-election or not.
This same source believes that Wasserman Schultz will be forced to resign behind closed doors and then stage [a] press event in which she tells Americans that her job as the DNC chair was a temporary one and that she is moving on with her congressional career.
The news of her possible departure as DNC chair hit Twitter today like a hurricane.
Some folks think the Democrats are making a wise move.
But as is usual in American politics, all may not be what it seems with the Wasserman-Schultz exit.
So is Debbie Wasserman Schultz being moved out of the spotlight ahead of the November elections? There is no confirmation from within the DNC or from the White House, but another former DNC Chair seems to be throwing a little gasoline the fire.
“I think in the end, you’ve got to be credible. There’s nobody out there who thinks that Governor Romney is unqualified.”
That said, could it be that the confrontational congresswoman from Florida is merely shifting her focus in preparation for a push to unseat the 71-year-old Nancy Pelosi as the voice that leads House Democrats? Maybe.
That fight would be pay-per-view worthy.