Thursday, June 21, 2012

More inscrutable verbiage from Nancy Pelosi’s pie hole

Rep. Nancy Pelosi, the greatest living exemplar of the downside of democracy, has opined that Republicans are going after Eric Holder in order to “suppress votes”.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said the contempt vote against Attorney General Eric Holder was "a shameful display of an abuse of power" by House Republicans. She said it was not a coincidence that Holder is the government official in charge of preventing voter suppression and enforcing civil liberties.

"These very same people who are holding him in contempt are part of a nationwide scheme to suppress the vote" that also involves big donors who are anonymously contributing large sums of money to GOP candidates and causes, she said.
Just to be clear, “suppressing the vote” is Democrat-speak for “insuring that only live U.S. citizens who are registered to vote actually are allowed to vote”. If there’s a “conspiracy” to effect this end, put me down for a donation.

The bit about Eric Holder “enforcing civil liberties” is especially mirth provoking. The only people whose civil liberties Eric Holder has assiduously sought to defend are those holding membership in the New Black Panther Party and the FALN (the Puerto Rican terrorist group), and crooked financier Marc Rich. Oh, and Muslim terrorists, can’t forget them.

Elsewhere, Sheriff Pelosi inexplicably lets an outlaw evade the noose.


rinardman said...

I like what Rush said, after hearing this Pelosi absurdity.

"We need a new planet...called Stupider....and make Pelosi the Mayor."

rinardman said...

Elsewhere, Sheriff Pelosi inexplicably lets an outlaw evade the noose.

Badges? We don't need no stinkin' badges!

Paco said...

Great line from Limbaugh! Thanks.

JeffS said...

OK, mayhaps I read too much into this, but it seems to me that the Dhimmicrats doth protest too much.

(My apologies to The Bard for quoting one of his lines in this context.)

About the same time Obama has a bad week (or would that be a bad two weeks?), the Disloyal Opposition starts screeching. Do all of these events hit a little too close to the heart? Is this the start of a major meltdown?

One has to wonder while we wait for the next random act of stupidity.

RebeccaH said...

Excuse me while I enjoy my nice, steaming cup of schadenfreude as Pelosi watches her return to the House Speakership evaporate before her tightly-stretched eyes.

Anonymous said...

Deborah Leigh said...I'd love to see Carl Rove walk stand on the steps, call Nancy, and say, "Can you hear me? Go to the window, Nancy. Yes, go to the window. Your staffer will show you where." (pause) "Yes, that's me, Nancy. Now what were you saying about arresting me....Hurry up. I don't have....Nancy...Nancy. Hmmm. The line went dead."

When you look up "stupid" it shows Nancy's picture.

Anonymous said...

Deborah Leigh said...I've been a victim of voter suppression for years. When I was in the VA hospital in '08, a man came to collect ballots. He insisted that there was no need to put my name on the envelope, or to seal it. I explained the reasons that he was wrong, and why I would address mine and seal it. After he left, I was still upset, so I went to find a ward supervisor and the guy. As the supervisor and I were talking, the man came around a corner. He almost ran as I called out for him. He was not apprehended, and the VA did nothing. I'm sure my vote was discarded.

Prior to that, the election for Mayor of Los Angeles was claimed by Antonio Villaraigosa before all the absentee and provisional ballots were counted. The challenger, Walter Moore, did not have one million dollars to contest it. I voted provisional. Never vote absentee or provisional.