AMERICA: The Blog
AMERICA: The Blog
Joe Biden's not the only who gaffes. I mean, it could happen to anyone. Personally, I'm prone to the odd spoonerism...right words, wrong order.
In February 2018, Nancy Pelosi filibustered for eight hours and seven minutes in 4" heels on behalf of The Dreamers. While I admire her bladder control, it got me wondering what else she's had to say.
Turns out, she's had some real doozies. It was Nancy Pelosi who brought us this unforgettable beauty:
Because that's how representative government always works. Uh-huh.
While we're on the topic of Obamacare, she also had this to say:
She also experiences Pampering Nancy Day aka #SalonGate and $13/pint ice cream. I break out in hives when we splurge on a $9 gallon of gas station chocolate ice cream.
But I digress.
I liked my plan before Obamacare, I had health insurance and I could use it for healthcare. Fancy that! After Obamacare, I paid twice as much and couldn't use it for anything. Reminds me of a quote from my favorite movie Mrs. Miniver, "Oh, shopping's absolutely impossible nowadays! You can't get near the counter and when you do, they haven't got it and you pay twice as much for it."
Now Joe, God love him, is like me. He has a head like a sieve when it comes to numbers. To date, he's informed us that 200 million Americans have died of COVID-19. That doesn't sound quite right.
But Crazy Nancy went him one better when she said...
Huh, the part is greater than the whole.
And then there was this little verbal gem in 2014.
But my personal favorite, as a fan of America, apple pie, baseball and the Metropolitan Opera, is this little number:
Reminds me of when Nancy physically charged at Republican Tom Marino, twice, on the floor of the House of Representatives. And didn't she shred the State of the Union address?
I'm sorry, Nancy, you were saying something about civilization??? Turns out, the only uncivilized one in the House is you.
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