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1/31/2010

Jack Cafferty: Nancy Pelosi Is a “Horrible Woman”

Filed under: General — Patterico @ 1:49 pm

Pretty good rant:

H/t Curtis F.

24 Responses to “Jack Cafferty: Nancy Pelosi Is a “Horrible Woman””

  1. I think this vid is about two weeks old – Cafferty ripped Captain Awesome and his party again, this time regarding his past pledges of “transparency” –

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8pO1oJPps1I

    Dmac (539341)

  2. More horrible than Pelosi are those disgusting Caleefooornians who repeatedly send her back to Washington.

    Matador (176445)

  3. She is a horrible woman. That anyone could see otherwise confounds me.

    dfbaskwill (c021f2)

  4. The Botox-Bitch-By-The-Bay typifies the liberal elitism rampant (Emmanuel? PLEASE!!!) throughout the party at the highest levels. They ARE the ones they have waited for.

    Icy Texan (954bea)

  5. Is there any evidence that she is actually a person?

    JD (8ce84a)

  6. I agree with Cafferty that she is horrible;
    but, other than the extensive work by cosmetic surgeons, what proof do we have that she is actually a “woman”?
    They cook-up some weird things in those back-rooms in Hashbury!

    AD - RtR/OS! (951da8)

  7. Mr. Ailes will see you now, Mr. Cafferty.

    Official Internet Data Office (dc2fe1)

  8. Actually, I think Jack is having a Howard Beale moment.

    AD - RtR/OS! (951da8)

  9. Have to take your word for it, as it would not play for me. Normally Cafferty is a loon.

    SPQR (26be8b)

  10. Yes, and like most of his fellows at CNN, without ratings, which is one thing Roger Ailes does not tolerate.
    Plus, Roger already has his Howard: Glenn Beck!
    If anyone is in-line to be added to the Fox line-up, it would be Lou Dobbs – he had ratings.

    AD - RtR/OS! (951da8)

  11. Is there any evidence that she is actually a person?

    I actually met her years ago (1991), when she was first starting out as a state legislator (her daughter was a co – worker). Believe it or not, her speech to our sales group was OK, if a little bland. Most of us felt she was little bit of an empty skirt. But her daughter was most unpleasant, no question about it.

    Dmac (539341)

  12. More horrible than Pelosi are those disgusting Caleefooornians

    When voters are very liberal, they are analogous to permissive, feel-good parents and the impact that has on a household’s children. IOW, the more libertine the parents, the more important it is that their kids at least be innately talented, self-disciplined and stable. Otherwise, pandemonium or interminable dysfunction and failure are pretty much guaranteed to follow (Hello, Detroit!).

    The people who have been giving wide latitude to Pelosi and other leftists are predominant throughout the Bay Area. They’re the ones who’ve been managing one of America’s hubs of latte liberalism — call it ObamaLand — best illustrated by this description:

    sfweekly, com, December 2009:

    The Worst-Run Big City in the U.S.

    By Benjamin Wachs, Joe Eskenazi

    Despite its good intentions, San Francisco is not leading the country in gay marriage. Despite its good intentions, it is not stopping wars. Despite its spending more money per capita on homelessness than any comparable city, its homeless problem is worse than any comparable city’s. Despite its spending more money per capita, period, than almost any city in the nation, San Francisco has poorly managed, budget-busting capital projects, overlapping social programs no one is certain are working, and a transportation system where the only thing running ahead of schedule is the size of its deficit.

    It’s time to face facts: San Francisco is spectacularly mismanaged and arguably the worst-run big city in America. This year’s city budget is an astonishing $6.6 billion — more than twice the budget for the entire state of Idaho — for roughly 800,000 residents. Yet despite that stratospheric amount, San Francisco can’t point to progress on many of the social issues it spends liberally to tackle — and no one is made to answer when the city comes up short.

    [M]illions of taxpayer dollars are wasted on good ideas that fail for stupid reasons, and stupid ideas that fail for good reasons, and hardly anyone is taken to task. The intrusion of politics into government pushes the city to enter long-term labor contracts it obviously can’t afford, and no one is held accountable. A belief that good intentions matter more than results leads to inordinate amounts of government responsibility being shunted to nonprofits whose only documented achievement is to lobby the city for money. Meanwhile, piles of reports on how to remedy these problems go unread. There’s no outrage, and nobody is disciplined, so things don’t get fixed.

    This city is a mecca for people in search of a government handout that they can hand out. According to a 2009 analysis, San Francisco spends around 41 percent of its discretionary budget — about half a billion dollars — on nonprofits, mostly to provide social services for the poor, homeless, elderly, and others. [M]any San Francisco nonprofits believe they’re entitled to money without having to prove that their programs work.

    You can’t get San Francisco running efficiently, because that would require large numbers of unionized city workers to willingly admit their redundancy and wastefulness. Inefficiency pays their salaries. Politically powerful unions — the progressives are beholden to the service unions; moderates cater to police, firefighters, and building trades; and Republicans … what’s a Republican? — negotiate contracts the city knows it can’t afford. Politicians approve them, despite needing to balance the budget every year, because the budget impact of proposed contracts is examined by the Board of Supervisors only for the following year, no matter how long contracts run.

    City employees receive up to 90 percent of their already generous salaries in pensions and many also receive lifetime health care — meaning that as they retire, labor costs soar.

    [I]t would take a seismic event to spur the city to shake off caked-on layers of status quo — a literal earthquake, or a figurative one. (Perhaps a meteor vaporizing City Hall in 2012.) The far more likely scenario is that nothing will happen. The city will continue its orgy of waste and incompetence. San Francisco can afford plenty of both: We’re rich — and getting richer all the time. According to the controller’s office, San Franciscans’ per-capita income jumped from an already-generous $58,244 in 2004 to $74,515 last year.

    Of course, for many San Franciscans, those numbers represent another failure. They point to an exodus. The city’s middle class is melting away faster than polar ice. With them, economists and demographers say, goes any realistic hope that voters will demand serious change in search of long-term reform.

    Research by professor Bill Watkins of California Lutheran University over the past decade reveals that San Francisco is shedding its middle-class population at double the state rate. In short, we are replacing our middle class with a rich elite and a burgeoning underclass. Watkins’ research also reveals that San Francisco is going gray. The number of city residents between ages 45 and 64 has climbed, while the count of those aged 20 to 44 has dropped. The city, it seems, has become a target destination for the wealthy and retirees. These are not the people who want to make sacrifices now to shore up the city’s future.

    The stage is set for San Francisco to run on inertia. The city’s poor are unable to effect a sea change; the young, nomadic population is uninterested; and the wealthy and older are unwilling.

    [note: released from moderation. –Stashiu]

    Mark (411533)

  13. DMAC,

    How does her daughter look? Look naked?

    HeavenSent (ae267e)

  14. Take a look at the denizens of some of the area I assume is indicative of Nancy’s constituency.

    Cops turn a blind eye at the one festival that even features open fellatio that even small kids can witness:

    http://www.zombietime.com btw, did assclown Chas. Johnson ever out zombie? I don’t venture to LGF as I don’t want that cretin’s cookies.

    aoibhneas (02d046)

  15. HS,

    I denounce you.

    PCD (1d8b6d)

  16. Truly crazy that a state as diverse as Cali is ruled by Pelosi, Boxer, Feinstein…and maybe soon to be Gov Jerry Brown.
    All from Frisco bay area or thereabouts…
    Political inbreeding.

    Andrew II (c38b78)

  17. How does her daughter look? Look naked?

    I have no idea what she looks like in that form, but from the hazy memory that I have of her, she wasn’t as attractive as her mother (keep in mind that this was almost two decades ago, before all of the cosmetic “enhancements”). She’d probably look a heck of a lot better without all of those procedures, IMHO.

    Dmac (539341)

  18. The graying of SanFran….
    Here’s another indictment of the political/social/economic atmosphere that has been propogated in San Francisco:
    In 2002, the San Francisco Unified School District reported that they were suffering a decline in enrollment that had started two years previously. They reported (then) an enrollment of 60,900, and were projecting total enrollment in 2011 to be approx 53,000.

    How many want to bet that this shrinking enrollment has been met by an expanding workforce at the SFUSD?

    Just another marker of another major urban area on the ski-slope to oblivion.

    AD - RtR/OS! (951da8)

  19. Only difference is, that touch of grey will likely not survive.

    Gazzer (583345)

  20. there are some other “horrible persons” (not only women), that need to be kicked out from congress at the election 2010. people need to get informed and then they need to make their decison – and this decision only can be: vote them out! send people to washington who really represent we, the people and vote FOR america and the americans, not AGAINST!

    election 2010 (03ca10)

  21. And note that Blitzer seems to think it’s a joke.

    {+_+}

    JD (847e52)

  22. Didn’t Pelosi’s daughter do the campaign documentary in 2000? I seem to remember that Bush had granted her a lot of access and that it was widely seen as being a fair portrayal.
    My be wrong and it was the daughter of another important Dem ploitico.

    Have Blue (854a6e)

  23. San Fran Nan is the poster child for a term limits amendment.

    trentk269 (7d6bc1)

  24. Think he’s mad now? Just wait till Jack gets a load of this:
    http://directorblue.blogspot.com/2010/01/pelosi-children-and-grandchildren-get.html

    Don (f15c5e)


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