Tim Canova plans on filing an FEC complaint against Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Is her career in politics finished?

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  • Debbie Wasserman Schultz's career is not over

    Debbie Wasserman Schultz's career is not over. In fact, when the chips are down in the democratic party, that is when the membership tends to circle the wagons. I have to hand it to the party - no matter how corrupt or dishonest, it stands by its own and protects them.

  • No way, she's on the Clinton train now.

    Debbie Wasserman Schultz did exactly what she was paid to do - deliver the primary election to Hillary. It's been obvious for years that Hillary would be the nominee for the DNC, and everybody in the party knew it except Bernie. DWS will be rewarded with a nice cushy job in the Clinton administration.

  • No it won't

    Tim Canova plans on filing an FEC complaint against Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Let's be honest though for a minute here, politicians are all corrupt. When has their corruption being exposed ever affected their careers. Bill Clinton was exposed as being a cheater and a phillanderer, and he remained in politics for years.

  • No, political careers have survived worse

    Debbie Wasserman Schultz has had a long career and has accomplished a lot for the Democratic party. Although this has tarnished her reputation in today's news, time heals political wounds. Newt Gingrich is back as a influential member of the Republican party after being removed from being Speaker of the House. Mark Sanford, after getting caught lying about a marital affair while governor, has been recently elected senator. If these politicians can survive their scandals, so can Wasserman Schultz. Political memories are short.

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