Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Nancy Pelosi is under PETA's protection because she's been downgraded to be IN-HUMAN
How do you spell evil? Simple..Nancy Pelosi and Wow, this is truly stunning. Nancy Pelosi sold just 2,737 copies of her terrible, terrible book. This is one of the worst sales showings, ever, by a terrible person who has written an equally terrible book. I believe Crazy Saddam Hussein sold more copies of those crazy romance novels he used to write about harem girls and their kings. Nancy Pelosi is, thus, a worse writer than Saddam Hussein, and possibly not far behind as a living breathing person in comparison to the former dictator. In terms of approval ratings, there is no question Sarah Palin's 75% approval ratings as the governor of Alaska outwieighs Nancy Pelosi's records as a human being. It's time for Sarah Palin to go hunting in capitol hills and shoot down a person that is not even worth mentioning. She is not even liked within her own Democratic party.
Perhaps Americans just don't like Nancy Pelosi, because she hasn't accomplished anything since she has been the speaker,and has proven herself to be nothing more than just a lof of hot air. Did House Speaker Nancy Pelosi blow up the financial bailout bill by making a sadistic partisan speech on the House floor in the middle of the debate? There are enough people lining up in front of the microphones who are willing to say so. I am one of them!! What an evil thing to do to put politics in front of $1.2 Trillion lost of money that belongs to the people.
A short reading of the excerpts and a listen to the Youtube video would seem to suggest that Nancy Pelosi was not speaking in the spirit of bipartisanship.
"When was the last time someone asked you for $700 billion?" Pelosi asked, rolling every syllable of the phrase "$700 billion" as if it were candy. "It is a number that is staggering, but tells us only the costs of the Bush administration's failed economic policies - policies built on budgetary recklessness, on an anything-goes mentality, with no regulation, no supervision, and no discipline in the system." Calling Republicans "unpatriotic" the previous day likely didn't help either.
Those are hardly the words of a politician who was serious about passing an important and controversial bailout bill on a bipartisan vote. Those words must have been especially harsh to Republican ears coming from a fork tongue! Not only did the crisis have its origin in the Carter era Community Reinvestment Act as revised during the Clinton era, but Democrats resisted efforts to head off the crisis before it exploded. Democrats were saying four years ago that there was nothing wrong with Fannie Mae or Freddie Mack.
It is likely that the bailout bill will be salvaged somehow. Too many political reputations and perhaps the economic health of the nation are riding on it. But perhaps when the measure comes up for debate again, Speaker Nancy Pelosi could well be advised to do herself, her party, and the country a service by keeping her mouth shut.