Jesus, she can barely even mention his name.
JOE SCARBOROUGH: So should voters know that if they go out and vote for a Democratic candidate, they will be voting for a continuation of Barack Obama’s policies?
DEBBIE WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: Voters should that know when they go out and vote for a Democratic candidate, that they are voting for someone who has their back, who’s going to focus on strengthening our economy, getting the economy to focus on job creation.
SCARBOROUGH: But I’m asking as it pertains to Barack Obama. This is a question that a lot of people are asked.
WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: You know, Joe, Barack Obama was on the ballot in 2012 and 2008. The candidates that are on the ballot are Democratic and Republican candidates for congress, the U.S. Senate, governors across the country.
SCARBOROUGH: Right, Debbie, but my question is — it’s a legitimate question and there is not a wrong answer and.
WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: No, no, it’s a legitimate question.
SCARBOROUGH: And if the president has done a great job, Debbiel, if you vote for Democrats, are you voting for a continuation of Barack Obama’s policies? He says, yes, you are, do you agree with the president?
WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: If you vote for Democrats, you are voting for candidates who are focused on creating jobs, getting the economy turned around and continuing to move us forward, creating more opportunities for people to succeed. If you vote for a Republican, you are voting for someone who has embraced the Tea Party agenda, who would double down on obstruction and who would stop us from moving forward.