RUSH: Debbie “Blabbermouth” Schultz happens to disagree with the Inside the Beltway conventional wisdom as expressed by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin that there is going to be a Republican wave. She says there’s no way. Not only is there no Republican wave, the Democrats are expanding the map.
SCHULTZ: Oh, absolutely not. And just to give you evidence of that, I mean, who would have thought that less than two weeks before Election Day the Republicans would have to be worried about losing the gubernatorial and a Senate race in Kansas and South Dakota, in Georgia, in Kentucky. I mean, these are blood red states, and normally the president’s party in a second term midterm loses an average of 29 seats. I would say that there is a good chance that we either don’t lose seats or at best single digits in either direction. We’re expanding the map, and the Republicans’ map is constricting.
RUSH: Now, that, in addition to being inane and delusional, is denial. They’re gonna lose. She admits they’re gonna lose, but it isn’t gonna be a wave. And the Republicans, they’re gonna win, but they’re not expanding. And the Democrats are gonna lose, and they are expanding the map. That’s her job, I understand it. But nobody wants her in this job. But for some reason they can’t get rid of her. They’ve tried to get rid of her and she won’t go away. She’s got something on somebody. She’s making threats somewhere. They don’t want this woman in charge.
She’s offensive, she’s coarse, she’s everything you would think you would want in a party spokesman. But for some reason they’ve tried to get rid of Debbie “Blabbermouth” Schultz and she won’t go away. She even did that big makeover. You know, she was Renee Zellweger before Renee Zellweger was.