Democrats on Capitol Hill and K Street are increasingly convinced that Speaker Nancy Pelosi would have little interest in being Minority Leader — and may start preparing to leave Congress altogether — if Republicans win the House next week.
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Answer by May-20 at 5:05 PM on Oct. 29, 2010
Oh, from your lips to God's ear!!!! That would be one of the first positive steps in a right direction to begin to fix all of this. Under her leadership, the deficit grew by $5 trillion dollors. The House is responsible for appropriations and she is responsible for so much of this debt. (I used an NBC station so you wouldn't accuse me of using a biased site. Fox has the same facts though.)
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Answer by agentwanda at 3:53 PM on Oct. 29, 2010
Re-election- who knows, maybe it's dementia..... I wish people would realize that you only go around once. Too bad she can't expand her interests and knowledge base or give back on another level. All it tells me is politics (beyond the POTUS) isn't too stressful or require much actual work, time or compromise of one's life style.
Answer by Sisteract at 2:16 PM on Oct. 29, 2010