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Pelosi Not Leaving Leadership Position

YassirSanchez Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 2:02 PM
This pleases me. The more she is in front of the microphone representing the Democratic Party the better I like it. If only there were a way to allow both she and Debbie Wasserman Shulz to share the same podium at the same time. With a heaping dose of Sheila Jackson Lee to top it off. Heck. Belay that. If the American people have not yet figured out how shallow and intellectually empty the Democratic Party and the modern liberal movement are by now they never shall. In the words of that great American, Bender Bending Rodriguez : "we're boned"
Lance6161 Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 2:08 PM
Most Americans HAVEN'T figured that out, and their ignorance increases with each passing day.

Nancy Pelosi didn't reach her goal of becoming House Speaker again this election cycle but is planning to stay as House Minority Leader despite earlier reports suggesting she would step aside. Rep. Steny Hoyer was her most likely replacement.

Democrats say she feels compelled to remain in leadership because the issues Congress is set to tackle are at the core of why she first ran for office.

Pelosi, 72, revealed her decision in a 9 a.m. meeting with House Democrats, surrounded by nearly 40 members of her party who were victorious in elections last...