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Pelosi Interview Shows Who Pulls The Strings

Posted on January 31, 2014

Judging from her interview on “The Daily Show” Thursday, you wouldn’t be able to tell that Nancy Pelosi is one of the most powerful figures in Washington.

Throughout her discussion with Jon Stewart, the House minority leader passed the buck for the government’s failures and acted as if she is completely removed from any position of responsibility.

“I don’t know,” Pelosi said when asked by Stewart why it was so hard for the government to “get a company to execute” something like building HealthCare.Gov “competently?”

“Well, let me get the House minority leader here, I can ask her, hold on,” Stewart said through laughter, mocking her answer. “Wait. What do you mean you don’t know? How do you not know?”

“It’s not my responsibility,” Pelosi said.

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12 thoughts on “Pelosi Interview Shows Who Pulls The Strings

  1. “It’s not my responsibility,” Pelosi said.

    This is why the ancient Greeks and Romans didn't let women hold positions of power. Women love the idea of privilege and power, but they won't accept any responsibility that comes with it. There are exceptions, but that is generally how it works.

  2. Typical Pelosi!

  3. victorbarney says:

    I wonder if it were the "women alone" who destroyed the Greeks & Romans too? I'm just wondering…

  4. There's something of "I vas only followink orderss" in her answer.

  5. BaconNBeer says:

    Typically women aren't suited to power. Things run in a mechanical order. Look around everything was designed and built by men (largely) the mechanics of a economy is easily understood by most males and few females. Nancy Pelosi is barely qualified to change a diaper. The fact she was voted in as speaker of the house shows the extent that America has become feminized. We have lost the male ability to think logically. I doubt the country could build the Golden Gate Bridge today much less go to the moon. Another generation and we will have lost most higher level thought patterns that get most things done. Just my opinion.

  6. Why oh why is she still in office why hasn't someone kicked her off her high horse. She is hateful a witch. We sure vote in some dum people out there. They keep voting in such scum bags.

  7. What I'd like to know who the hell is pulling her damn strings???? Nancy sit the hell and shut the hell up!!!!!!!!

  8. Men and women are equally good at having bad ideas and knowing nothing about business or governing. Anyway, why can't we get the people "in charge" vetted as to their attitudes, US Constitutional dedication, abilities, and knowledge? Right now, it looks like whoever can come up with the most of other people's money wins the most power.

    what we see in DC are a bunch of rich Kidz who grew up learning to spend other people’s money… They haven’t got a clue how to pour their own coffee much less run a country… And we’ve let them do it by not demanding more from ourselves and by allowing idiots to vote…

  10. You are so right Will. We have no one but our self's to blame, it's we the people that have to change!

  11. Agreed, very good points.

  12. I so disagree with you about women's abilities. Each person has their strong suits. Look at Piglosi, she is an accomplished liar which few, man or woman could match!!!