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Shocker: Nancy Pelosi Feels No Regrets

Ms. Pelosi channels her inner Edith Piaf, via the Politico:

Nancy Pelosi: No regrets

By: David Rogers
December 21, 201

Every minute is a new minute to me,” says Nancy Pelosi, and, with boxes packed in the hall outside, the soon-to-be-former speaker has already jumped ahead to her vision of the “humming, whirling entity” House Democrats can still be in the coming Congress.

This seems to be true. Ms. Pelosi does not seem to have any short term memory. Perhaps it was destroyed by all the Botox injections.

“I’m obviously devastated by the loss we had,” she will admit, but expect no tears, no retreat on health care reform. Pelosi mourns the Democratic talent lost but not her gavel

“I’m a professional” was a recurring theme in her half-hour interview with POLITICO.

“You don’t say, ‘I’m the speaker, so I should be the speaker forever.’ I had this opportunity. What did we accomplish with it in the time we had? Now, as leader, how do we protect what we have done? It’s not about an office or gavel.”

No, and we saw no glee at her getting the gavel back in January 2007. She’s a "professional."

“It’s a funny thing, because I wonder why I’m not more …” she said, her voice trailing off when asked about missing the speakership.

Perhaps she forgot what she was saying and had moved on to her next "new minute."

“We came here to do a job, and we did the job. … Those two issues, Wall Street reform and health care, were two that changed the leverage for the American people. Whether you were a consumer or a patient, the leverage is now with you. And that, for me, is why I am a Democrat: to have the leverage to be with the average person.”

"Leverage" must be a new focus group approved term. Naturally, it makes no sense. How has Wall Street reform given the American people any more leverage? How has having to buy health insurance given anyone more leverage?

In fact, we have the opposite of leverage. But that is typical of Democrat buzz words. They usually mean the opposite of what they claim.

There’s some denial to be sure. In the course of an interview, Pelosi repeatedly spoke of her ranking Democrats as committee “chairmen” when they won’t be in the new Congress. Four years of restrictive rules on House debate seem a lost memory: “I’m thoroughly agnostic. If Republicans have a good idea, let’s go with it.”

And by her reckoning, little or nothing about November’s losses can be attributed to the enactment of health care reform

Again, let’s hope these memory lapses are just the Botox talking and not something more serious like Alzheimer’s.

“Nothing compares — in anything I have ever done — with passing the health care bill.”

More important than being speaker?

“Is that even a question? Not even close,” she said. “To me personally? Definitely.”

Which just goes to show that she puts the destruction of our country even above her own personal career. What a heroine.

“By professional, I mean I always have to step back from what it is, sort of unemotional, and say, ‘How do we manage this?’ When you become speaker, you have to shed your advocacy mode, which might be more passionate. It doesn’t mean you have less commitment, but you have a different responsibility.”

Oh, our sides. Yes, this is exactly what Ms. Pelosi did. Who can doubt it?

“I feel a responsibility to the future,” and the new ranking Democrats on House committees are part of that effort

Well, Ms. Pelosi should feel a responsibility for the future. After all, she has saddled the future generations of Americans with unprecedented debt and burdened their lives with even more regulations and restrictions.

When she turns over the gavel in January, it will be to House Minority Leader John Boehner of Ohio, who has already made newsmagazine covers — something she never got at this stage despite being the first female speaker in history.

Gosh, that is sad that she didn’t make the cover of Newsweek. Thinking back, we now recall that Ms. Pelosi got almost no media attention for being the first female speaker in history. In fact, this is the first time we have ever heard it mentioned.

Except constantly.

Do you think you were treated fairly as a woman?

“I don’t care,” she laughs. “You get the upside from being a woman because of the enthusiasm you receive, and you get the downside because there is an attitude you cannot deny.”

“It’s really important for a job [speaker] — when held by a woman — to get the same respect as if a man holds it, though there’s absolutely no question that people have to get used to that idea.

You see how she doesn’t care?

“But the speaker of the House is such an awesome power,” Pelosi says. “You have that gavel,” she wields her arm.

You see how she doesn’t mind giving up her gavel?

“You don’t worry about whether Newsweek has your face on the cover.”

You see how she doesn’t care at all about herself?

By the way, sociopaths are notorious for not feeling regret, either.

This article was posted by Steve on Tuesday, December 21st, 2010. Comments are currently closed.

16 Responses to “Shocker: Nancy Pelosi Feels No Regrets”

  1. River0 says:

    Whatever she’s popping, smoking, or shooting, I want some. “Don’t live in Utopia yet? Here’s a chemical that’ll do it for you!” Just as long as I’m shielded from all law and authority the way she is. A private jet and a huge expense account would be nice, too. Imagine the stuff she can get past FDA restrictions, all those exotic drugs they won’t let us peons have.

    I have personal experience with a study drug that was blocked by the FDA, a pain killer with no side effects. It was “too effective” they said.

  2. tranquil.night says:

    The undead don’t feel much of anything but a continual thirst. It’s the curse that comes with the devil’s deal.

    Guard your brains. Just listening to her can lower your intelligence.

  3. Rusty Shackleford says:

    “Every minute is a new minute to me,”

    Because that, my friends, is the full limit of her memory.

  4. JohnMG says:

    …..”let’s hope these memory lapses are just the Botox talking and not something more serious like Alzheimer’s……..”

    If I had to bet, I’d say it’s probably Anheuser’s that brought it on.

  5. proreason says:

    The Evil Witch appears to be the rarest of the progressive breed…..a True Believer.

    This of course can be attributed to her low IQ. She couldn’t read the long words in the memo that says it’s all about money and power, and the the infantile marxist propaganda is just the cover story for the rubes.

    Madame Piglosi actually believes she is helping the serfs by confiscating their freedoms and their property. The botox has created a permanent seal around the synapses that control common sense, if she had any in the first place.

    Do her fellow pretend-Marxists laugh at her behind her back, or like Stalin’s minions are they afraid she will pluck a chicken in front of them before shooting a few between the eyes if they dare to mock her.

    • River0 says:

      Nancy the super-rich socialist. How odd. Why is it that the most virulent crypto-Marxist/’progressives’ are the spoiled rich? This has been almost universally true in America and Europe. They must feel such guilt, such emptiness that only becoming a ‘crusader for the downtrodden’ gives them relief.

      Of course, if they were anything other than power hungry dictators at heart they would fund charities and distribute their wealth full time. Not Pelosi, or Kerry, or Bloomberg, or Rockefeller, or Feinstein. No, it’s far better to join the Ruling Class and fly to European capitols with a government entourage and bodyguards, visit the Pope, hobnob with the Euro-supersophisticates and make rules for the entire globe.

      They think they’re insulated and immune from the chaos and suffering they cause. They’re wrong.

    • JohnMG says:

      Never thought I’d see the day, but this shameless hussy makes Helen Thomas sound intelligent. You’re right, pro. This interview clearly showcases her torpid brain function.

  6. BigOil says:

    Oh yes…the stealth coronation of Piglosi six years ago. I can barely recall the latest generation of Piglosi spawn being unleashed for the cameras to suckle at her botoxed bossom. For a second she almost seemed human.

    I can envision an appropriate visual ending to her reign. Why not allow the children of incoming House conservatives – since she saddled them with hundreds of thousands worth of new debt – to drag her away from the speakers chair. It’s the least we could do.

  7. proreason says:

    now it can be shown.

    The reason for Piglosi’s mental disorder.


    Oh the humanity. Imagine having to overcome looking like that. And whatever it was infected her whole family !

    We laugh, but really, botox gave the woman a life.

  8. MinnesotaRush says:

    Not one mention of being of “service to the Country”, which of course, is a concept entirely foreign to Nancy and her ilk; and in truth, her “service” was extremely injurious to the Country anyway.

    Arrogant and abusive mange.

  9. NoNeoCommies says:

    Judging from the state of her face in the picture, she wasn’t feeling much of anything because of the botox.

  10. Mithrandir says:

    The Liberal Mind The Psychological Causes of Political Madness Page 20/21 Paragraph 4:

    On a much larger scale, however, governments, too, routinely depersonalize the citizen in their ruthless pursuits of political end. The liberal agenda, for example depersonalizes, and even dehumanizes the citizen when it exalts the good of an abstract “all” over the sovereignty of the individual, which must then be subordinated to the collective ends of the state. Indeed, for the government official immersed in collective purposes, human being are things to be ruled; they are mere means to ends. Only the political agenda really matters, not the conscious experience of the individual it dominates. The liberal agenda’s fundamental indifference to the subjectivity of the individual, whose sovereignty is buried in the grand collective–“the General Will,” the “Great Society,” or “the will of the American People”–allows liberal government to rationalize unconscionable manipulations of the people they pretend to serve. For all its avowed good intentions, the agenda’s political operations are essentially sociopathic. ~~Lyle H.Rossiter, Jr., M.D.

    Who does this sound like?

  11. Rusty Shackleford says:

    “When she turns over the gavel in January, it will be to House Minority Leader John Boehner of Ohio, who has already made newsmagazine covers — something she never got at this stage despite being the first female speaker in history. “

    Yes……yes. It’s all about the magazine covers. That’s what we look for in a house leader.

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