DNC Chair Slams Mitt Romney

Debbie Wasserman-Schultz would like everyone to stop prematurely naming Mitt Romney the frontrunner in the Republican primary. The Democratic National Convention's chairwoman spoke on the race at St. Anselm College in Manchester, N.H., ahead of Saturday night's GOP debate. " Wasserman-Schultz argued that Romney's winning New Hampshire with anything less than 50 percent of the vote would be insignificant. "Mitt Romney, I think, is more of a job cremator than a job creator," she told Talking Points Memo, insisting that the only reason Democrats pay more attention to Romney than any other Republican is simply because of how much time he has spent slamming President Obama.