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Nancy Pelosi: 'Nobody Better' on Amnesty Than George W. Bush

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) may miss former President George W. Bush as it pertains to amnesty. At a Thursday press conference, Pelosi declared that there was "nobody better" on amnesty than George W. Bush. "He was absolutely...Show More Summary

No surprise: House Democratic leadership much more diverse than GOP's

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi announced ranking members for six major committees, and these Democratic choices to lead on policy present quite a contrast with Republican committee chair choices. Republicans have appointed 21 committee chairs, 20 of them men. Show More Summary

Pelosi ally Anna Eshoo loses party vote for key committee post

Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-Menlo Park) lost her bid to serve as the top Democrat on a key House committee next year in what was also a rare setback for Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) in an internal party contest.

Rep. Steve Israel thinks DOOOOM! was an appropriate way to cheerlead for Democrats

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and DCCC Chair Steve Israel on election night, finding out what happens when you tell people every single day that all hope is lost. No wonder House Democrats failed so miserably. Outgoing DCCC Chair Steve Israel: “One of the functions of DCCC chair and leader is to be cheerleaders. Show More Summary

Vote on Energy Panel’s Top Democrat Is a Rebuke to Pelosi

House Democrats on Wednesday picked Representative Frank Pallone Jr. of New Jersey to be the top Democrat on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, issuing a rebuke to their newly re-elected minority leader, Representative Nancy Pelosi of California.

Democrats, by Acclamation, Retain Pelosi as Leader

House Democrats have reelected Representative Nancy Pelosi to minority leader post.

House Democrats Re-Elect Nancy Pelosi as Their Leader Without Dissent

4 days agoNews : Truthdig

American Spirit / Shutterstock.com Clearly House Democrats do not blame Nancy Pelosi for their losses. The House minority leader was re-elected to her post Tuesday. According to Reuters, the vote was unanimous. Democrats, already in the minority headed into this month’s midterm elections, lost more seats. Show More Summary

Nancy Pelosi Should Quit and Follow Her Passions

The woman who said unemployment is such a benefit to Americans is strangely shrill about the prospect of losing the House minority leader position.

Pelosi remains Democratic House minority leader

WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. Nancy Pelosi overcame gripes about Democrats' losing campaign messages and breezed to re-election Tuesday as House minority leader.

House Democrats Ready to Blame Pelosi, Maybe, for Losses—Just Don’t Blame the Message

4 days agoNews : Reason

Politico got enough House Democrats to state the obvious about Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's leadership vis a vis the midterm elections, where Democrats lost 12 seats in the House. Faced with two consecutive midterm losses in he lower...Show More Summary

Nancy Pelosi re-elected as House Democrat minority leader

Democrats re-elected Nancy Pelosi as minority leader for another two years in the House of Representatives on Tuesday. Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images WASHINGTON — Democrats re-elected Rep. Nancy Pelosi to another two-year term asShow More Summary

House Democrats Re-Elect Pelosi as Minority Leader

House Democrats re-elected Nancy Pelosi as Minority Leader along with the rest of the party leadership in a closed-door meeting Tuesday. Pelosi, 74, has led the party in the House since 2003, including a stint as House Speaker from 2007 through 2010. Show More Summary

STUPID REPUBLICAN WOMAN-HATERS! OH, WAIT. . . Democrats Fume in Caucus as Duckworth Denied Vote. “H…

STUPID REPUBLICAN WOMAN-HATERS! OH, WAIT... Democrats Fume in Caucus as Duckworth Denied Vote. “House Democrats are continuing to pick at Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s refusal to allow Rep. Tammy Duckworth — a double amputee Iraq War veteran whose pregnancy has made her unable to travel — to vote by proxy in leadership elections […]

Pelosi remains Democratic House minority leader

4 days agoNews : The Newsroom

WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. Nancy Pelosi overcame gripes about Democrats' losing campaign messages and breezed to re-election Tuesday as House minority leader.

Daily Kos is pushing Donna Edwards to chair the DCCC

Donna Edwards at her victory rally on February 13, 2008 In the next few days, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi will appoint a new chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC)—which recruits and fundraises for House...Show More Summary

Watch Nancy Pelosi Explain Why Questions About Her Stepping Down Are Blatantly Sexist

Yet again, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) was forced to defend her decision to remain in leadership following the disappointing midterm elections, a position she says she would not have to uphold if it weren't for being...Show More Summary

Pelosi 2014 - I Don't Know Gruber; 2009 - Recommends His Work

Thursday, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) addressed the controversial comments from ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber where he has said several times over the last few years said that American voters were stupid. The minority leader denied knowledge of Gruber on Thursday. Show More Summary

Nancy Pelosi is really not interested in your sexist questions about her age

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi keeps getting That Question—roughly, aren't you a little old for all this? Shouldn't you step aside? And she has a damn good counter-question: “When was the last time you asked Mitch McConnell … ‘aren’t...Show More Summary

Nancy Pelosi blasts media sexism: “What was the day any of you said, ‘Aren’t you getting a little old, Mitch?’”

The House Minority Leader called out a reporter for perpetuating a double standard for women in positions of power

Pelosi: My Critics Are Sexist

WASHINGTON, D.C. — There is veiled sexism behind questions about whether she plans to step down after losing seats in the midterm elections, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi argued Thursday. “When was the day that any of you said to...Show More Summary

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