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29th December
2011
written by Sean Noble

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Democrat House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s daughter reportedly said that her mother wants to retire, but is under pressure from her donors to stay in Congress.

She would retire right now, if the donors she has didn’t want her to stay so badly. They know she wants to leave, though. They think she’s destined for the wilderness. She has very few days left. She’s 71, she wants to have a life, she’s done. It’s obligation, that’s all I’m saying.

It’s a surprisingly candid admission related to the second most powerful Democrat in the country.

If true, I’d be happy to volunteer to help Pelosi pack her bags so she can go back to San Francisco permanently.

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  1. Darden
    02/01/2012

    After Iowa, Huntsman and Bachmann will drop out. Huntsman votes will go to Romney and Bachmann votes to Santorum and Newt. Romey will top out at or below 30% and Newt or Santorum will beat him in South Carolina. Romney will win in New Hampshire but it is a liberal state and wont mean much – the key to winning the Republican Primary will be who comes in second on New Hampshire.

    We see Conservative candidates like Cain drop out, and Romney stays at 25% or so. Conservative candidates get a boost when conservative candidates drop out. There are 70% of votes going to conservative candidates. Romney has never been over 30% and my prediction is that he may not ever be see more than that.

    This is a war of attrition and Romney has started at 25% and will be there until Huntsman drops out. Whoever the Conservatives back, be it Newt or Rick, they will be the winner. Either will beat Obama. If Newt wins, it will be a dirty nasty mudslinging General campaign with the Dems coming out slinging.

    If it is Santorum, then Obama will be on the defensive and spend the next 11 months whining about Congress and how he was unable to lead the nation.

    I like the Santorum scenario better.

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