In 2012, DNC chairman Debbie Wasserman Schultz certainly felt it was fair game to make fun of a decades-old private issue of family business when she cracked jokes about Mitt Romney putting his dog on the roof of his car on a family vacation. But when asked about Bill Clinton putting Hillary Clinton in the grip of very public adultery? Dredging that up is “offensive,” and alienating to women.
See Barbara Boland of our sister site CNSNews.com on how DNC Debbie complained the Republicans were "obsessed" with Hillary on MSNBC:
Wasserman Schultz said, “It’s stunning that the Republican leadership is so obsessed with Hillary Clinton and anyone’s personal, private, family business that they would dredge up 20-year-old issues like that is not only not-fair game, it’s offensive, and I think it’s just another example of their ability to alienate women across this country.”
“And in the war on women, it’s just another opportunity for us to show that Republicans just don’t get it, and that’s why we’re going to continue to win women and it will matter in 2014 and in 2016,” Wasserman Schultz said.