Nancy Pelosi’s interpretation of fiscal responsibility

Posted on: March 16, 2011

If you want to see a video of how Ms. Pelosi is preaching to the Congress on fiscal responsibility click here. This video and the article come from Hot Air writer Ed Morrissey.

As he says in his article that the level of chutzpah Ms. Pelosi shows in her address to Congress is unbelievable. When she was House Speaker she not only raise discretionary spending 18% in three years, but also passed a Pay-Go-law that Congress failed to adhere to even once. In addition, Pelosi is the first Speaker since Watergate to fail to pass a budget resolution for a fiscal year. That’s right she did not even propose a 2011 budget but left all the “dirty” work to the Republicans to pass this year. As a result, they are playing catch-up and because the Democrats in the Senate refused to accept the FY2011 budget, the Republicans now are doing piece-meal work by passing a two or three week Continuing Resolution.

Who is the party of ‘no’? It seems it is the Democrats. They don’t want to have a viable budget for this year and certainly don’t want to be involved with a budget for next year. All they want to do is spend, spend, and spend so more.

When you watch the video you’ll see Pelosi once again blame Bush, praise Obama and call for “jobs, jobs, jobs”. These are the Democrats usual talking points and it is really getting old. Frankly, she just doesn’t get it.


1 Response to "Nancy Pelosi’s interpretation of fiscal responsibility"

Worse yet, we now have a bunch of Republicans who don’t have the cajones to stand up to them and force some issues.

Blessing on you and yours
John Wilder

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