Chris Wallace wraps up his Sunday Interview with Nancy Pelosi with what should be an easy question for her to answer, one that returns a surprise response.
As Pelosi sits there, mouth-open, like a snapping turtle eyeing a meandering bream, Wallace says, “I’ve got thirty seconds and the question is: What are the chances Democrats win back the House in 2018 and if so, will you run for Speaker?
She replies, “That is so unimportant. What is important is that we have a lively debate on a better deal.” We get the picture, she’s not there to predict her own victory, it’s about rolling out their Party’s new slogan. The last one, “You will obey, comrade,” wasn’t received very well, particularly by a percentage of their membership who still exercised free will, voting for Donald Trump. If only they could have gotten them the re-education they needed in time.
The better deal they offer, is socialized everything. Any shot at a real, wealth and productivity based economy was made nearly impossible to achieve over their mismanagement of the last eight years. They want a chance to finish us off, with Pelosi the dimwits in America “better pay, better jobs, and a better future and that’s what we look forward to having.” If that were truly what they wanted they’d be cooperating with President Trump instead of expending every bit of energy trying to force him out of office.
The despicable lying Democrat continues, saying, “We have unity in our party. You saw it with the fight on the Affordable Care Act [They no longer call their failure Obamacare] in the House and in the Senate. We’re very proud of the fact that our party has diverse thinking in it. We can accommodate that.”
Standing in lockstep opposition to the ideas and attempts to fix the mess the Democrats created is not diverse thinking. It’s a stubborn group-think adherence to Democrat dogma.
What she said makes absolutely no sense but she did manage to run the clock out as she claimed in her native doublespeak, that Democrats don’t care whether they control the House of Representatives, what’s important is unity of party over good of the country and Americans, even if it is in defeat.
Keep talking, Pelosi; you’re the best hope for Republicans’ future political fortunes this side of President Trump.
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