2012 will be a tough election for the Democrats, and having a part-time head of the DNC, regardless of any ability to delegate responsibilities smacks of not taking the election seriously. As to members of the DNC not worrying; that is what precisely worries me. Frankly, I do not consider the woman any type of leader, either by experience, intelligence or charisma. Additionally, the DNC position is an executive position of which Wasserman does not have experience, unless running a congressional staff of a dozen or so is considered "executive" experience.
Most likely, she got the job not for her organizational capabilities, but in order to placate rich Jewish contributors to the Democratic Party.