Thursday, 5 February 2009

Another Democrat politician makes a verbal gaffe that the BBC won't report

Nancy Pelosi the rather unpleasant Democrat Speaker House of Representatives has got into the habit of making rather odd claims about the urgency of the economic rescue of America.

"But in terms of what we have to do in the first 100 days, we must address the needs of this country. Five hundred million people will lose their jobs each month until we have an economic package.


PELOSI: What did I say, million?

WALLACE: Yes, 500 million. That would really be a recession.

PELOSI: Oh, no. Excuse me. Thank you for correcting me.


PELOSI: It feels like 500 million. Five hundred thousand Americans will lose their jobs each month until we have a recovery package."

So we have a Democrat Speaker who confuses 500 million with 500 thousand, a Democrat President who doesn't know how many states there are in the US 60 or 50 and a Democrat Vice President who thinks jobs is a three letter word.

All Democrat gaffes that the BBC has almost completely ignored whereas they loved to repeat every George W. Bush verbal gaffe and of course Dan Quayle's problems with spelling the word potato.

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