Nancy Pelosi: Obama ‘One of The Most Practically Non-Partisan Presidents’

August 3, 2013 9:15 pmViews: 1381

Nancy Pelosi loves Barack Obama

Most of he time whatever comes of of Nancy Pelosi's mouth is just mindless drivel, but sometimes she says things that are so stupid they have to be part of the propaganda narrative in the hopes that the low information voter just runs with it. The narrative of course is that President Obama is a moderate Democrat and will work with any idea and reach across the aisle to get the job of running the country done. That's why Ms Pelosi recently said Obama was, "the president is one of the most practically non-partisan presidents I have seen in the White House."

That is as long as everybody on the other side agrees with him and his socialist policies, no questions asked. The way Obama governs is to travel around the country and poison the well before any major negotiations especially when it comes to budgeting. The President has even gone so far as to suggest that we don't have a spending problem. We have seen this rather juvenile behavior every single year when the new budget is coming up for debate as Obama tells anyone who will listen how evil republicans are, how they want to get rid of education, push seniors off the cliff, take money from firefighters, whatever he can dream up to make his opposition look bad, and then he expects Conservative leaders to actually sit down and negotiate with him.

Frankly the whole trip is just a silly delusion to position Obama as some kind of a leader that he is not and of course the Republicans as simply the evil opposition while Nancy Pelosi is playing her part by announcing what a non-partisan, wonderful man Obama is. To most thinking people Ms Pelosi comes off as a mental patient in need of serious help.

Read more on Pelosi's comments from The Daily Caller below:

Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said that President Obama is “one of the most practically non-partisan presidents” that she has ever seen in her career and that he “really is working” to forge a budget agreement.

“Here’s the thing — the president is one of the most practically non-partisan presidents I have seen in the White House. I’ve been there since Ronald Reagan, and he really is working to try to get some bipartisan agreement. They’ve been working very hard to try to get the Senate consensus or some agreement on how we can avoid a shutdown of government but also how you can even remove all doubt that we’re not going to honor the full faith in credit of the United States of America by lifting the debt ceiling,” Pelosi said Friday in an interview with the USA Today editorial board.

“There are some glimmers, a possibility of coming to a grand bargain. The president is talking about a grand bargain for middle-income jobs, but the bigger, the grander the bargain the more you can accommodate, shall we say, other things you don’t like so much. But weighing all the equities, this is the way that we need to go forward,” Pelosi said.

Pelosi also said in the interview that government spending will help reduce the deficit, and offered a curious response to a question about the Obama administration’s delay of Obamacare’s unpopular employer mandate.

“The president didn’t postpone the mandate. He postponed the penalties for not engaging in the mandate,” Pelosi said.

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