Debbie Be Gone: Wasserman Schultz Forced Out At DNC


Devisive Debbie Wasserman Schultz has finally resigned as Democratic National Committee chief. Followers of may have read this writer’s several posts criticizing Schultz as unfit for DNC chief or as a Democratic Representative to Congress. Her resignation will go a long ways in helping to unify the Democratic Party for the upcoming election.

The emails that proved Schultz’s unfair and preferential treatment of Hillary Clinton‘s campaign supported Bernie Sander’s long contention. But this is one of many issues. Her stewardship of the 2014 election was a disaster for Democrats. Now she has also dampened Democratic turnout throughout the primaries. Debbie also does malice by supporting the parasitic payday loans industry, being a shill for alcohol companies, funding the war on drugs and the prison industries they support, and denying the benefits of medical marijuana to fellow Floridians and other Americans.

Now she must be defeated in the upcoming Florida August 30 primary. If progressive Tim Canova, endorsed by Bernie Sanders, is able to defeat Schultz, the House of Representatives will lose an ardent marijuana prohibitionist and America will gain a vital cannabis advocate and strong opponent of the failed war on drugs.

Please donate to Tim Canova to take this important congressional seat and send Debbie packing!

Don Fitch

Interest in cannabis liberation extends back to the 1960s for Don Fitch. Most of his career has been in high tech and preventive health care, endeavors he continues with Well-Being Skills, focused now on ebook publishing. Don has always followed and contributed to efforts for ending marijuana prohibition. An Oregonian whose vision is endangered by glaucoma, Don has benefited from his state’s 1998 medical cannabis law, and his eyesight is fully preserved. Don has been writing about cannabis and well-being since 2008 in his blog, This site explores the bountiful health benefits stemming from the discovery of the endocannabinoid system and increasingly legal medical cannabis. The impact of these discoveries, and the use of marijuana in prevention and treatment, may be as important to health care as were the microelectronic discoveries Don wrote about in the early ’80s were to our on-going technological revolution. His major goal, still frustrated after decades, is to see cannabis down-scheduled from Schedule I at the federal level. For fun, Don flies paragliders and travels.