Friday, March 26, 2004

Our fearless leader's comic turn

Supposed to be funny? Not.
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), who was on the dais as the president spoke at the Washington Hilton, said at her weekly news conference yesterday: "It is interesting to me, because I have always treated that subject with a great deal of respect, because I really don't think it is funny. . . . I had thought that that was a little casual about a serious subject, but now the president has made it open season."
Glad someone called him on it. Pelosi is something else, isn't she. Can she run for something? Oops, forgot. We need her to lead the party in the House.