Barack Obama Said What … Nancy Pelosi “will go down in history as one of the finest speakers in the United States of America.”
President Barack Hussein Obama said what?
At a campaign rally in Minnesota, President Obama praised Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as follows and that she “will go down in history as one of the finest speakers in the United States of America.”Are you serious? No wonder Obama gives himself a passing grade on being President, by his comments regarding Pelosi, he is delusional.
He praised Pelosi, saying she “will go down in history as one of the finest speakers in the United States of America.”
This is the message that Obama wants to tell voters with almost one week to go before the 2010 midterm election? Nancy Pelsoi is supposed to be a great Speaker who had an overwhelming majority of Democrats in the US House and struggled, threatened and intimidated House members to pass the Obama liberal/socialist agenda. If she is such a great Speaker why have so many in her own party stated they would not vote for her again if democrats actually retained the House in 2010.
Also, how is one supposed to be one of the finest Speakers of the House who has a 29% approval rating? More and more people have an negative view of Nancy Pelosi. After all, in many respects she is looked upon as the post child for partisanship and the comment she made regarding Obamacare where, we have to psss the health care bill to find out what is in it.
Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s favorable rating is down seven percentage points since May to 29%, a new low for her since assuming the top congressional post.
Pelosi’s ratings were 2-to-1 positive, 44% to 22%, when she first assumed the speakership in January 2007, but they became closely divided by March of that year and remained so in November 2008. Views became more negative than positive for the first time in the first half of 2009, …Spanning the period these issues were in the news, her favorable rating fell from 42% to 32%. Pelosi’s favorable rating recovered slightly in the first half of 2010 to 36%, but it has since tumbled to the new low.
After the 2010 midterm election, Nancy Pelsoi will be relegated to minority status and might just be the emphasis to have her retire from politics altogether.