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Nancy Pelosi, GOP Majority Insurance.
Ever notice how Republicans sort of just go easy on Nancy Pelosi? Unlike the Left's seething resentment against highly effective Majority Leader Tom DeLay, conservatives sort of like having Nancy Pelosi in her slot as Minority Leader.
Personality flaws aside (have you ever seen her speak and/or interact with other human beings?), she has officially gone off the deep end.
She's majority insurance for Republicans.
The Raw Story interviewed Nancy Pelosi, and, in friendly territory, she gave some brow-raising responses. Among other things, Pelosi commented on Representative Robert Wexler (D-FL)'s idea of raising the payroll tax cap on those making more than 90,000 dollars annually to solve Social Security's looming crisis:
No. It’s one person, we’re over 200 of us, have stuck together. If Democrats wanted to do that from day one, it’s raising taxes on our base....
On the issue of the Downing Street Memo, meanwhile, she credited left-wing blogs for their perserverence in getting this "very important" story out there.
JustOneMinute agrees that Pelosi is majority insurance for the GOP:
Where can I send my contribution? With her and Howard leading the way, all is well with the world.
Nancy Pelosi is so full of character flaws, not to mention her antiquated "Frisco" ideology, not to mention her oozing ethical hypocrisy, that Republicans can't help but root for her continued success within her own party. In 2006, Republicans running for the House of Representatives around the country will be able to tell voters that a vote for even a moderate, likeable Democrat is really a vote for Nancy Pelosi.
Can you imagine Nancy Pelosi as Majority Leader?
Neither can America. That's why she's majority insurance for Republicans.
Posted by Will Franklin · 16 June 2005 01:55 PM
another great reform thursday on Willisms...also, congrats for the article on Conspiracy to Keep You Poor and Stupid....
Posted by: wilbur at June 16, 2005 07:20 PM
Why is the left so seething?...It gives me the creeps going to some of the left wing blogs! They really are angry...
Posted by: Zsa Zsa at June 16, 2005 07:55 PM