Category Archives: Nancy Pelosi
Bashar Al-Assad is what he is today thanks to democrats- specifically Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, John Kerry and Nancy Pelosi. George W. Bush has never been a fan of Assad. Bush had been trying to isolate Syria since 2005, believing … Continue reading
There have been some notable developments in Obamacare. The problems with it are coming home to roost. Young adults are facing sticker shock: Many young, healthy Americans could soon see a jump in their health insurance costs, and insurance companies … Continue reading
The dust blasted into the air from the impact of the Obamacare decision hitting Washington has yet to settle but it’s recriminations all around. SCOTUS Chief Justice John Roberts is getting toasted by the right. Mark Levin calls the decision “lawless” and the NY Times and Michael Savage questions Roberts’ mental health status. But hold on- I think Roberts did us a favor.
ABC News spent all of 30 seconds on the first cabinet member to ever be held in contempt:
Shocking right? I mean the there is no MSM bias right?
This lady is a clown….a perfect poster child for the Democrat party:
“I’m a big fan of the Constitution. The credit validity of the United States shall not be in question. You cannot put the country through the uncertainty. We lifted the debt ceiling, right? We still got the credit rating taken down because of the uncertainty of it all. You cannot flirt with this. This is really dangerous. I would like to see the Constitution used to protect the country’s full faith and credit, as the Constitution does.”
-Nancy Pelosi, 2009
Remember that? Covered here, here, here, and here (I’m sure I missed another dozen posts). The next week in anticipation of her weekly news conference, she avoids the topic and the press lets her off the hook. The press should have hung on to the story like a tenacious pit-bull until she either resigned or the truth outed. Instead, there she still sits…affecting our nation.
As of today, it has been 1,028 days since the U.S. Senate last passed a budget.
That’s about 20 dog years.
Imagine if you were employed in a business where one of your duties was to plan an annual budget for each upcoming year and you just decided you weren’t going to do it. And 1,028 days later, you still had not done it.