Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz is off to a rough start as the new head of the Democratic National Committee. Her chief job is to be the party's attack dog. But her first time at the podium, she slammed Republican Presidential candidates for not backing the Detroit bailout and said if it were up to them, we'd all be driving foreign cars. A reporter checked the parking lot and found that she drives a Nissan Infiniti. Next, she accused the Republicans of throwing people to the wolves with their Medicare reform proposals. When asked what the Democrats' plan was to save Medicare, she couldn't think of one, so she just repeated the attack on the GOP plan again. Then yesterday, she tried a third time. She accused the GOP of wanting to make illegal immigration a crime. Yes, you heard that right. Those scoundrels want to make something illegal a crime. You know, personally, she has my sympathy. In these days when there are far too many partisan attack dogs stirring up divisiveness and vitriol, it kind of speaks well for her that she's that bad at it. And it is reassuring to know that there's someone standing by to step in, just in case Joe Biden needs time off.