This is the kind of thing that is all too typical of the Democratic party:
Wisconsin Democrats are frustrated with the lack of national support in the effort to recall Gov. Scott Walker, and in what’s likely an effort to pressure the Democratic National Committee to pitch in, they’re airing their frustrations to Greg Sargent:
“We are frustrated by the lack of support from the Democratic National Committee and the Democratic Governors Association,” a top Wisconsin Democratic Party official tells me. “Scott Walker has the full support and backing of the Republican Party and all its tentacles. We are not getting similar support.”
“Considering that Scott Walker has already spent $30 million and we’re even in the polls, this is a winnable race,” the Wisconsin Dem continues. “We can get outspent two to one or five to one. We can’t get spent 20 to one.”
Give Howard Dean credit. He pushed the 50 state strategy, forcing the Republicans to defend seats that were not formerly in play. Besides the Walker race, the Democrats are nowhere to be seen in Paul Ryan’s district, where Rob Zerban is a credible candidate.