For John, BLUF: The Democrats seem to have their own internal divisions. Nothing to see here; just move along.
As Radio Reporter Gabriel Heatter used to say, "There is good news tonight".
And, I suspect, this is not just good news for Republicans.
For Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.), the problems with the left just keep coming.Hat tip to the InstaPundit.
The Democratic National Committee (DNC) chief has infuriated many Democrats with her handling of the party’s presidential primary debates. She drew further howls from liberals for deeming a whole generation of young women "complacent" about their abortion freedoms.
And now she's facing a primary challenge from a liberal Wall Street reformer who says she's a corporate shill detached from her district.
The challenge highlights the difficulty facing Wasserman Schultz as she juggles her dual roles as Florida representative and head of the DNC — duties that sometimes come into conflict.
Timothy Canova, a professor at the Shepard Broad College of Law in Florida's Nova Southeastern University, says Wasserman Schultz's positions on trade, criminal justice, consumer protection and drug policy reform — among others — are evidence that she's sold out to corporate interests at the expense of her constituents.
Regards — Cliff