Pelosi slogans, nicknames, etc

Discussion in 'Politics and News' started by BaliBabyDoc, Nov 10, 2006.

  1. BaliBabyDoc

    BaliBabyDoc Lifer

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    . . . and we are Americans . . . dadgummit!

    Please give attribution instead of claiming material as your own. If you don't know, note WHERE you heard it.

    1) Wicked Witch of Haight Asbury
    - Steve Young (although I'm certain he meant it as coming from the raving right) . . . he's a left of center partisan from SoCal . . . not the ex-QB

    2) It takes a woman to clean this House.
    - some woman giving commentary on NPR

    3) San Francisco values
    - seemingly everywhere (right of center) since late September . . . usually in juxtaposition with the Foley story
     
  2. Lemon law

    Lemon law Lifer

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    As much as Nancy's critic try to pan her---and call her names---I do believe I will reserve judgment---Only Nancy Pelosi can define Nancy Pelosi. And that lady will have a tough job.
    Those names are now a thing of the past--useful to try to scare the public away from voting democratic---and these names are worthless now.

    Nancy Pelosi---more than any person now---will have to ride herd on the democrats---and drive them all in a given direction---and more than anyone else will be able to define the new direction of the democratic party.--------------how she works with others will be the key.---but I think many of us will be damn fools if we try to predict or label her.
     
  3. Rainsford

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    "San Francisco liberal" is the phrase I've heard used by virtually ever conservative pundit out there. Presumably it involves turning your children gay or some such.
     
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    Hossenfeffer Diamond Member

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    "sha-ZAM!"
     
  5. BaliBabyDoc

    BaliBabyDoc Lifer

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    I'm not a partisan. I didn't say it had to be negative. Arguably, I listed two negative ones but by closer inspection . . .

    1) Yeah that's NOT positive . . . but it is sort of funny . . . unless you happen to be Nancy Pelosi, a family member, or an arch-Liberal.

    2) Isn't that a complement?

    3) Amorphous . . . right up there with Midwestern values, American values, Conservative values. Sure the people that said it meant it negatively but if any of them have actually been to SF . . . I bet they had a good time . . . even if they won't admit it.