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Nancy Pelosi – Not MY House Speaker

Posted by Bruce Carroll at 7:31 am - November 16, 2006.
Filed under: 2006 Elections,Congress (110th),General

You may recall that after the 2000 Election, where the rule of law was followed despite Al Gore’s request for a selective recall, those on the Left immediately began protesting the legitimacy of President Bush’s election.

“Not My President” became the rallying cry of the Loony Left.

Well, since Nancy Pelosi and her team ran a deceitful campaign of “moderation” and now show their liberal stripes….. (below is from email column by Dick Morris)

The results of the ’06 election are in. The left wing of the Democratic Party has taken over Congress. Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is the Speaker. Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) is the new chairman of the Ways and Means panel. Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is majority leader, and Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) runs the Environment Committee. The left is empowered.

But how did it achieve these majorities? It did so lifted by the wings of moderate, centrist Democrats who mastered their GOP opponents throughout the country.  

The irony is that the expressed will of the American people has been so radically ignored in the shaping of the 110th Congress. The fact is that the elevation of Nancy Pelosi to the speakership is no more a legitimate expression of the voters’ will than would be the retention of Dennis Hastert. The seniority system, rigidly applied by Pelosi in violation of the spirit of the Gingrich reforms of 1994, has ordained that a liberal establishment will run Congress, whatever the voters say.

… and on November 7, 2006, all throughout the day, there were repeated reports in the media of voter fraud in many states.  But mysteriously all of those reports vanished when the Democrats won.

So I say that the election of Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House will be completely illegitimate.  Not every vote has been counted, there were reports of fraud, and there was a campaign of “bait and switch” on the American public.

This is what the Radical Left has brought on us with their anti-American crusade during much of this decade.  Only true moderates can check the political climate we have lived in since 2000.

Nancy Pelosi – Not MY House Speaker

-Bruce (GayPatriot)

 

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24 Comments

  1. Iraq is a diversion. As the army attacks Iraq, the US gov’t erodes rights at home by suspending habeas corpus, stealing private lands, banning books like “America Deceived” from Amazon, rigging elections, conducting warrantless wiretaps and starting 2 illegal wars based on lies. Soon, another US false-flag operation will occur (sinking of an Aircraft Carrier) and the US will invade Iran, (on behalf of Israel).
    Final link (before Google Books bends to gov’t demands and censors the title):
    America Deceived (book)

    Comment by 5th of November — November 16, 2006 @ 9:28 am - November 16, 2006

  2. So you are saying the Democrats were correct to run around saying “not my President” after 2000, and 2004.

    GayPatriot adopts the tactics of the shrill wing of the Left. Hmmm.

    Well, thats not exactly news. And after all, those tactics apparently worked didn’t they?

    So are you joining Code Pink next?

    Wait, that won’t work, besides them being too liberal I suspect you are allergic to the patchouli incense that always seems to be wafting in the air around them.

    Maybe since you are “Red-State voter” you could form a group and call it “Code Red”.

    Oops. Thats not so great either, it sounds like a Communist or Socialist organization.

    Maybe you could be a Conservative Socialist ? No, that won’t work either, it seems to be a more apt description of the Religious Right wing of the GOP. (Both Socialists and the Dobson’s of the world want government in the bedroom, albeit for different reasons).

    Well, this is quite a quagmire, isn’t it?

    Comment by Patrick (Gryph) — November 16, 2006 @ 11:27 am - November 16, 2006

  3. ROFLMAO!!!!!!

    Hoyer’s just been elected Majority Leader over Howlin’ Mad Murtha.

    Apparently, Nancy’s already screwing the pooch, so to speak.

    Eric in Hollywood

    Comment by HollywoodNeoCon — November 16, 2006 @ 12:05 pm - November 16, 2006

  4. Bruce, I usually stand with you on most things, but I can’t jump on board with this one. She will be the House Speaker. We all need to accept that. By adopting the liberal rants from 2000, etc. just shows that we’re as petty and ridiculous as they are.

    Comment by PatriotPal — November 16, 2006 @ 12:12 pm - November 16, 2006

  5. I agree with PatriotPal.

    The best thing to do is just hand over the microphone and let Pelosi and her fellow Democrats show the world what they support — like banning JROTC in schools and using race as a factor in assigning children to schools.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — November 16, 2006 @ 12:22 pm - November 16, 2006

  6. Wow,
    Bruce is so off his rocker he is having a hard time getting his automaton gallery to follow his lead.

    Further, it looks like you are so bitter about losing you have forgotten the 1990’s where today’s political climate was christened by an obstructionist Repub congress and a hate filled Anti-Clinton message that has fueled almost every Repub funding drive since 1993.

    Comment by keogh — November 16, 2006 @ 12:44 pm - November 16, 2006

  7. keogh whined…

    “Bruce is so off his rocker he is having a hard time getting his automaton gallery to follow his lead.”

    Not exactly, sweetie. Unlike the leftist lemmings, we conservatives don’t swallow every morsel of bullsh*t handed down by our leadership. It’s called independant thought, dear. Look into it.

    Then the petulant little troll followed with this little meme…

    “…you have forgotten the 1990’s where today’s political climate was christened by an obstructionist Repub congress and a hate filled Anti-Clinton message that has fueled almost every Repub funding drive since 1993.”

    Gee, kellogg, think maybe it’s time to get some new material? You perpetual victims have been howling this same scat for almost fifteen years!!!

    Admit it, you’ve got all of your talking points on cut-and-paste, don’t you?

    Must be tiresome being an indiotarian, huh?

    Eric in Hollywood

    Comment by HollywoodNeoCon — November 16, 2006 @ 1:02 pm - November 16, 2006

  8. LOL…..unfortunately for you, keogh, disagreement does not mean destruction or disunity. GayPatriot and I can disagree on several things, but we can express that as adults to each other and have a reasonable discussion on the matter.

    You have nothing of the sort to offer. And you seem to be blind to the same lesson of history that you so readily point out to others; vicious partisanship such as the type you and your fellow anti-Bush bigots practice will only end up marginalizing you more.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — November 16, 2006 @ 1:05 pm - November 16, 2006

  9. The lower class clan seems to once again misunderstand nuance and clever satire.

    I thought they were uber-smart enough to tell all of US how to run our lives??

    Comment by Bruce (GayPatriot) — November 16, 2006 @ 1:44 pm - November 16, 2006

  10. keogh, let’s remember that it’s called the GayLeftBorg for a reason, ok? And you’re one of the lower-case-clan here… for you to argue anyone or anything isn’t being independent enough is like raj or Gryph contending they’re patriots. It doesn’t pass even a sniff test.

    But then, reality was never your strong suit.

    Comment by Michigan-Matt — November 16, 2006 @ 2:31 pm - November 16, 2006

  11. “…marginalizing you more”

    More than what? I don’t have the numbers in front of me but didn’t dems win about 25 house seats, 9 senate seats, state legislators, governorships, and perhaps about 3,000,000 more total votes?
    I don’t feel marginalized…

    “Then the petulant little troll followed with this little meme…”
    There is nothing trollish about responding to the finial paragraph of a post…especially when my critique is spot on.

    “Admit it, you’ve got all of your talking points on cut-and-paste, don’t you?”
    You got me. I am not a human at all. Just a machine invented by Warren Buffet,
    Dwayne Hoover would call me a “reasoning machine”

    Comment by keogh — November 16, 2006 @ 3:36 pm - November 16, 2006

  12. #8 But can they keep them?

    Several people have said, several times, that a Dem win this fall makes it less likely that the Dems will win in 2008 on the national level, and that if Republicans held the Senate and House that the 2008 race would be more difficult.

    Americans like balance.

    Comment by Synova — November 16, 2006 @ 3:58 pm - November 16, 2006

  13. Michigan-Matt says:

    … for you to argue anyone or anything isn’t being independent enough is like raj or Gryph contending they’re patriots. It doesn’t pass even a sniff test.

    Oh look! Another back-handed insult from Michigan-Matt. How Unique! How Original! How Exciting! How Typical of such a lying cowardly and un-Patriotic sack of crap as is our beloved and hate-filled Michigan-Matt.

    You see, whenever it comes to a choice between whats best for the USA, and whats best for the GOP. MMatt will choose the GOP every single time. In some weird and sick twisted way, his self-esteem seems to be caught up in his political Party more than his country. Maybe he’s afraid of being Left Behind. For whatever reason, fear and the need to hate seem to be a big part of his life.

    Comment by Patrick (Gryph) — November 16, 2006 @ 4:55 pm - November 16, 2006

  14. “a campaign of “bait and switch” on the American public.”

    This is the more truthful statement I’ve read on the internet since the election.

    Slowly the bad news will reveal itself and the Republicans who didn’t vote have no one to hold to account but themselves. Those Republicans that voted for the Democrats are in the same boat. Good luck with that, we’ll see how that works out for ya!

    Comment by Scooter — November 16, 2006 @ 6:20 pm - November 16, 2006

  15. If you really want to know what Nancy’s like – ask her daughter…

    “We were always expected to make sure our homework was done; and that we were prepared for what we did.

    She would always say, ‘Proper preparation prevents poor performance,'”

    Christine Pelosi on her mother, Nancy Pelosi. 60 minutes 10/22/06

    Wonderful. The den mother from hell.

    All you need is a peppy slogan said repeatedly.

    “Islamic Insurgents inspire impending impeachment”

    “Terrible terrorist take to thoughtful therapy”

    “Christian conservatives control crazy conservatives”

    “Democrats deny dismantling democracy daily”

    It’s like watching Carol Channing in ‘Call me Madam’: a poor substitute for the original…

    Comment by Vera Charles — November 16, 2006 @ 7:43 pm - November 16, 2006

  16. #3. “Hoyer’s just been elected Majority Leader over Howlin’ Mad Murtha.

    Apparently, Nancy’s already screwing the pooch, so to speak.”

    #8. “disagreement does not mean destruction or disunity”

    Exactly, #8.

    Comment by jimmy — November 17, 2006 @ 12:00 am - November 17, 2006

  17. I’m on the same page as PatriotPal and NorthDallas30 on this topic. We all got our dander up after the 2000 election, when leftists — especially some in the hollywood crowd — said they refused to consider George W. Bush their President. Bruce’s “not my Speaker” demens his message.

    I commented more on this topic at #13, in response to Bruce’s 11/16 post “Perfect Candidate for House Majority Leader — John Murtha”.

    Comment by Ashley Hunter — November 17, 2006 @ 1:29 am - November 17, 2006

  18. Gryph at #13… sniff, sniff. Nope, that doesn’t pass the sniff test either, Patrick. I think hate is an emotion you LIKE to project –try to stay on the topic of the thread, for once.

    Comment by Michigan-Matt — November 17, 2006 @ 9:42 am - November 17, 2006

  19. Vera, I fight against my inner-male everyday to distance myself from Carol Channing, but I think watching NancyP is more like watching Carol Channing and Mary Martin cat-fight it out in “Legends” or, as I call it “Bitch Slapped for Life”.

    Only in NancyP’s case, she’s playing both parts to the mirror. No other actress would be “beautiful enuff” to share the stage with that political diva.

    Comment by Michigan-Matt — November 17, 2006 @ 9:50 am - November 17, 2006

  20. [Comment deleted.  This commenter has been repeatedly banned from this blog.]

    Comment by Anon1 — November 17, 2006 @ 4:34 pm - November 17, 2006

  21. Get real, anon1.

    As much as people wanted to protest Bush, they were not crazy enough to vote for the typical anti-military, anti-religious Democrat. People may dislike the President, but that doesn’t mean they want to elect people who agree with Cindy Sheehan and send terrorists money and support.

    So the Dems put up candidates who were a) more in line with normal peoples’ beliefs and b) were naive enough to believe that Pelosi, Schumer, and Emanuel actually valued their opinion.

    Pelosi gave them a rude dose of reality this week:

    Pelosi and her California allies, by contrast, really worked the Democratic caucus, reminding colleagues that Hoyer had voted for the Iraq war and questioning his loyalty to Pelosi, who he had twice run against for leadership positions and lost. Pelosi invited freshmen Democrats into her office, and her opening line, delivered with a steely smile, was, “Before we talk about your committee assignments, let’s talk about the leader’s race.”

    And this was for a secret ballot, where, in theory, she wouldn’t know who voted for whom. But it was to make the point clear that Pelosi will tolerate no dissension and will punish people who don’t do exactly what she says — including people who voted against the corrupt Murtha.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — November 17, 2006 @ 6:59 pm - November 17, 2006

  22. For everyone’s information, the term “He’s not my President” was coined and used by Oliver North in reference to President Clinton.

    Comment by David — November 20, 2006 @ 3:13 pm - November 20, 2006

  23. David, nice try at rewriting history… but the phrase “He’s not My President” was prominently displayed during the August 1968 street riots in Chicago in front of the Natl Democrat Convention… Abbie Hoffman-led protesters declared that then-Prez Johnson was not “my President” because of the unjust prosecution of the VN war.

    It was radical Left Democrats trying to influence the Party leadership by manipulating the media coverage… funny how history repeats itself, eh?

    I’m not sure that’s the first time “He’s Not My President” was used, but it sure was done remarkably.

    You give Ollie North far too much credit.

    Comment by Michigan-Matt — November 21, 2006 @ 10:02 am - November 21, 2006

  24. Thanks Matt. I stand corrected.

    Comment by David — November 21, 2006 @ 3:28 pm - November 21, 2006

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