It appears that our leaders continue to think that we, as Americans, are lacking in intelligence, much less think that we do not "remember things." Several months back, Pelosi stated that the Tea Party were similiar to Nazis and that they weren't part of the grass roots of America. NOW: Pelosi, in an interview Sunday with ABC's "This Week," appeared to be trying to mollify the Tea Party movement by appealing to its anti-establishment instincts.
"We share some of the views of the Tea Partiers in terms of the role of special interest in Washington, D.C.," she said, adding that the Republican Party was "hijacking the good intentions" of those in the movement who "share some of our concerns" about special interests.
Answer by pvtjokerus at 7:15 AM on Mar. 2, 2010
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Answer by Carpy at 8:00 AM on Mar. 2, 2010
Oh! Fancy Nancy, the tea parties are because of you and your little friends in D.C.
Do you remember Boston?
Answer by tyme4me2day at 8:01 AM on Mar. 2, 2010
I think the problem is that all parties are trying to attach themselves to the TEA parties. For one to truly believe in a candidate, they must have a track record that shows that the believe in the same principals. In that regard, Nancy has nothing in common with the TEA parties.
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