Debbie Wasserman Schultz pathetically pimps her dog, Demmy, for Democrat dollars

You’d think some things were too sacred to pimp for politics – even for Democrats.

In a Twitter posting Wednesday, DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is proving that every relationship is available for the right amount of cash, including her dog.

The scent of desperation rabid partisans like DWS have been giving off all year is getting so strong you can almost see it. And Twitter users didn’t like what they saw. (Though that’s not unusual when it comes to DWS.) In fact, they howled.

Let’s just skip over she’s got a dog named “Demmy.” (Demmy Wasserman Schultz?)

The DNC chairwoman herself has taking a pretty bad whipping in the public eye this week, starting with her public humiliation on “Fox News Sunday,” when Republican National Party Chairman Rience Priebus reminded viewers of how President Obama let a scathing article about Wasserman Schultz’s stewardship of the Democrat Party stand with barely a whimper in her defense.

Possibly with that in mind, Wasserman Schultz appeared on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” program on Wednesday to repeatedly stress that Democrats running for office this year are different from President Barack Obama.

Obama, DWS helpfully pointed out, was on the ballot in 2008 and 2012.

Watch her backtracking here.

Talk about a party going to the dogs.

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