CNN DNC chair Wasserman Schultz (D-FL): Republicans in Congress and Romney 'rooting for failure' of U.S. economy, says Romney has 'extreme' policy on immigration
The economy is the number one issue on the minds of voters gearing up for the Presidential elections in November. Will gloomy economic reports hurt President Obama's reelection chances?
Democratic National Committee Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) says President Obama is concentrating on turning the economy around, but Republican lawmakers have been standing in the way.
"We are focused, as President Obama has been since the start of his term, on making sure that we can continue to push forward on bringing the economy...moving forward, stronger, creating jobs and getting things turned around," Rep. Wasserman Schultz says. "It's all the more reason why the Republicans that I work with in the House of Representatives and in the Senate need to come to the table and work with President Obama to make job creation a priority.
This has been, quite frankly, close to if not the most do-nothing of do-nothingest Congresses," Rep. Wasserman Schultz adds. "The time that we are spending out of resession rather than in session focusing on job creation has just been appalling
Rep. Wasserman Schultz says Congress needs to pass President Obama's "to-do list", which includes the Jobs Act. "Unfortunately, the Republicans in Congress and Mitt Romney continue to demonstrate that they are rooting for failure," the DNC chair says Read More