The Troubled Mind of Nancy Pelosi: 10-Pound Anvil To Blame?


By: John Lillpop

While Speaker Nancy Pelosi was luxuriating in that 9 percent approval rating, most normal people wondered why the Dizzy Dame from San Francisco seemed so out of touch.

Ergo, what is there to celebrate about a nine- percent approval?

For those who need a refresher course in liberal insanity, Pelosi is the bug-eyed Lady who said the following, in part, on national television about when life begins, abortion, and teachings of the Catholic Church:

“As an ardent, practicing Catholic, this is an issue that I have studied for a long time. And what I know is, over the centuries, the doctors of the church have not been able to make that definition.”

How can a person suffering from such obvious mental delusions be allowed to wander about unrestrained, much less be elected to high political office?

Medically speaking, how to explain the Pelosi conundrum? Early dementia? Late (very) change of life?

A partial answer may have been unearthed by liberal inmates masquerading as journalists at the San Francisco Chronicle.

As reported in reference 1, in part, the Speaker may have been suffering the effects of having a ten-pound anvil crushing up against her empty cranium:

“Pelosi said one of her favorite moments from Inauguration Day was when Marine One lifted off the Capitol grounds, signifying former President George W. Bush’s exit from Washington. “It felt like a 10-pound anvil was lifted off my head.”

There you go. Pelosi’s incompetence and mindless liberalism can be traced to the root of all problems, past and present, and (as needed) future: George W. Bush.

For a fellow that liberals claim has the IQ of wild Texas tumbleweed, W. did quite a number on Nancy Pelosi and other intellectual air heads!

Thank you, former President Bush!

Reference 1:

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/01/21/MN5Q15EJQ2.DTL&type=politics&tsp=1

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