The NRCC blows the whistle on San Fran Nan’s latest unhinged remarks:
Pelosi Comes Unhinged, Spews Pete Stark-like Vitriol: Republicans “Like this War”
Washington– With plummeting approval ratings and no legislative accomplishments to point to, Nancy Pelosi is melting down in the final days of the first session of the 110th Congress. Military success on the ground in Iraq also seems to be agitating the San Francisco Speaker who appears to be despondent over the fact that General Petraeus’ surge is working.
In a press conference today, Pelosi’s frustration manifested itself:
“The grassroots are justifiably disappointed, and I am too, that we could not do something to end this war. The assumption that I made, that the Republicans would soon see the light and listen to their constituents, was not an accurate one.”
“They like this war. They want this war to continue…” (Press Conference, 12/13/07)
Pelosi’s desperation continues to grow as the clock appears to be running out on the Democrats. Their failure to address the nation’s problems like rising prices, the seemingly inevitable return of the alternative minimum tax, and their gross abdication of their responsibility to our troops in the field have left the Americans restless and angry at their incompetence.
Will Nancy Pelosi apologize before the House for her Pete Stark-like remarks? The American people and America’s men and women in uniform are waiting.
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On Iraq in particular, Pelosi acknowledged at her Thursday news conference she’d misjudged the resolve of Republicans.
“They like this war,” she said. “They want this war to continue. That was a revelation to me. I had thought they would listen to their constituents and change their position.”
Pelosi later qualified her remark that Republicans “like” the war to say they like Bush’s strategy.
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