Nancy Pelosi, Who’s seat do you think you fill? Your actions are even louder than your words: Elitest Pompous Statist

This is Nancy Pelosi’s New Jet! Remember that the next time the Democrats and their media arm talk about Sarah’s dresses.
Pelosi wasn’t happy with the small USAF C-20B jet, Gulfstream III, that comes with the Speaker’s job. She was aggravated that this little jet had to stop to refuel, so she ordered a commercial size, 200-seat, USAF C-32, Boeing 757 jet that could get her back to California without stopping, because she’s not an ordinary person. She’s “muy importante.” I understand that a former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich, flew commericial most of the time.

Nancy’s Big Fat Jet costs us, the hard working American tax payers, literally thousands of gallons of fuel every week.
Since she only works 3 days a week, this gas guzzling jet gets fueled and she flies home to California every Friday and returns every Monday, at a cost to the taxpayers (YOU and ME are those taxpayers!) of about $60,000, one way!
…”unfortunately we have to pay to bring her back on Monday night and that costs us another $60,000!” Taxpayers, that is $480,000 per month and that is an annual cost to us of $5,760,000!!!
No wonder she complains about the cost of this war … it might cramp her style and she is styling on my back and yours. I think of the military families in this country doing without, and this woman, who heads up the most economically and politically destructive Congress in the history of our country, keeps fueling that jet while we make do with less and less.
Pelosi wants you and me to conserve our carbon footprint. She wants us to buy smaller cars and Obama wants us to get a bicycle pump and air up our tires. Their motto is … Don’t do as I do … JUST DO AS I SAY!
Keep in mind the figures above do NOT include the cost of plane or crew … just the fuel!!! One has to wonder what the total package costs us?
(adopted and adapted from an email in circulation. Facts all check out.)

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Tight Massachusetts race alarms California Dems–Carla Marinucci, Joe Garofoli, Chronicle Political Writers Tuesday, January 19, 2010

The possible loss of a U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts has Democrats on edge 3,000 miles away in California, where party activists fear a GOP upset today could trigger a conservative wave and swamp health care reform and the 2010 midterm elections.

“Regardless of the outcome … this should be a gigantic wake-up call to the Democratic Party – that we’re not connecting with the needs, the aspirations and the desires of real people right now,” said San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom.

With Republican Scott Brown poised to defeat Democrat Martha Coakley in the Massachusetts race to succeed the late Edward Kennedy, Democrats at the annual Martin Luther King community breakfast in San Francisco were buzzing about the impacts of such an upset: an end to the party’s 60-vote supermajority and a possible mortal blow to the health care legislation championed by President Obama.

Ripple effects

But Democrats also considered the ripple effects on coming elections in the nation’s most populous state.

“We better get our act together – and quickly,” Newsom said. Voters “are so angry. They don’t feel that we’re paying attention to their needs, in terms of their jobs, and what’s going on at the grassroots, in their neighborhoods.”

With just 10 months until the 2010 midterm election, the mayor’s remarks underscore how the Brown-Coakley race has set off alarms in Democratic-leaning California, which is holding two high-profile elections this cycle.

Sen. Barbara Boxer, a three-term Democrat, faces a re-election challenge – with three Republicans vying to defeat her: former Rep. Tom Campbell, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina and Assemblyman Chuck DeVore of Irvine.

Boxer polled no more than 46 percent of the vote against any of the three in a Rasmussen Poll released Friday.

And with GOP Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger termed out, former two-term Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown will face one of two wealthy GOP challengers: former eBay CEO Meg Whitman or state Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner.
Worse than a canary

For Boxer, a favorite Republican target, a GOP win in Massachusetts would be a particularly dark sign representing “not just the canary in the coal mine,” said Wade Randlett, a leading Silicon Valley fundraiser for Obama. “It’s the flock of dead ravens landing on the lawn.”

But Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, speaking to reporters Monday, expressed confidence in Boxer – and in Democrats’ prospects in California. She insisted that – whatever the outcome – the results today will in no way represent a repudiation of the Obama administration, especially on the matter of health care reform.

“Certainly the dynamics will change depending on what happens in Massachusetts,” she said. “But it doesn’t mean we won’t have a health care bill.”

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Dear Speaker Pelosi and Majority Leader Hoyer: Remove Charlie Rangel as Chairman of Ways and Means now

Dear Speaker Pelosi and Majority Leader Hoyer:
On September 15th, you and your fellow House Democrat leaders decided to punish Rep. Joe Wilson (RSC)for having called President Obama a liar during the President’s most recent address to a joint session. The vote was 240-179.
While many of us believe your decision is both unwise and unwarranted, it’s your House, so how you intend to remain the master of it is certainly within your purview.
Might I suggest, however, that you extend your new-found vigilance to include the egregious transgressions of one of your most notoriously malfeasant colleagues of all, one Charles Rangel (D-NY)by name?
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Jack Cashill on What’s Wrong with CA & Jim Verboon, What’s Killing the Fish in the Delta? Environmentalist’s Hypocrisy: Sat, Aug 8, 2009

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Sunday marks the 40 Anniversary of the Helter Skelter Charles Manson Murders. This Saturday on the program Jack Cashill on what have we learned from what went wrong with CA, and that event was a sound alarm but we have ignored the signs. Within the last five years Jack has written five books of non-fiction — First Strike, Ron Brown’s Body, Hoodwinked: How Intellectual Hucksters Have Hijacked American Culture, Sucker Punch: The Left Hook that Dazed Ali and Killed King’s Dream and his latest, What’s the Matter with California. Three of them have cracked Amazon’s top ten list.

Jim Verboon, Central Valley Farmer joins us. Citizen Activists’s investigative reporting sheds new light on the corruption and abuse by politicians, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and Congressman George Miller, and the radical environmentalist groups who are blaming and starving the Central Valley Farmers and communities. It’s not the environment they’re protecting. What is it really about?

“There is a lot of hypocrisy in the debate, especially from environmentalists who want to protect the sensitive Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta by limiting the pumping of agricultural water. Yet we don’t hear a peep out of them when Sacramento dumps treated sewage into the Delta.” Fresno Bee, August 2, 2009
Why are the fish in the Delta dying? Lower rainfall is not the cause of the “drought” in the Valley. Rainfall won’t solve the waste pollution situation in the Delta—in fact it’s the worst case scenario. It intoxicates more; it causes overflow, spills and leaks.

Why do extremist environmentalists allow cities around the Delta, and the politicians who represent them, to get away with this?

Where are the Latino Leaders and elected officials who claim to be a voice for and care about the Hispanic Community? Why do they ignore the massive food lines, and unemployment levels reaching 20 percent in general and 50% in the predominantly Hispanic communities in Central Valley? Businesses, community leaders and residents are helping with make shift food drives. The foodlines are so long now, kids with their families, have been turned away hungry. The Latinos and non latinos who live there don’t want welfare! They want work! They want dignity! They want water!

The farmers and their way of life is being dried up, but the water they are robbed does not solve the problems caused by the high ammonia concentrations and other problems caused by the affluent and voter rich liberal communities along the Delta Estuary. It dilutes the toxins, and delays the inevitable.
Tune in to find out what is really killing the fish and what will solve the problem.
Water is life. Control it and you hold life in a death grip.
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