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Pelosi Tells Students Elections Don’t Matter


Democrat Nancy Pelosi, the former Speaker of the House, has spoken her mind on the nature of government and the farce we call elections. She says the latter don’t matter.

Madame Pelosi made her comment during a speech at Tufts University in Massachusetts. She addressed establishment Republicans directly and told them to take back their party from upstart Tea Party activists. She said:

To my Republican friends: take back your party. So that it doesn’t matter so much who wins the election, because we have shared values about the education of our children, the growth of our economy, how we defend our country, our security and civil liberties, how we respect our seniors. Because there are so many things at risk right now — perhaps in another question I’ll go into them, if you want. But the fact is that elections shouldn’t matter as much as they do… But when it comes to a place where there doesn’t seem to be shared values then that can be problematic for the country, as I think you can see right now. (Emphasis added.)


2 Comments in Response to

Comment by Stupid Amerkin
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 Well I'll be damed. The first word of truth I have heard in years, especially from this creature. WOW! Will miracles never sease?  I think Jesse had it right when he told everyone that if you really want change and still believe in the illusion of the voting system, vote anything but democrate or republican. Hell; write your own name in the spaces if they give you that option any more. It's Twilight Zone on Steroids.

As once quoted.....

"As long as this nation is obsessed with historic milestones,

is no one going to remark on what a great country it is where

a mentally demented woman can become Speaker of the House?"


Comment by Don Duncan
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The title is misleading. What she said is "...elections should not matter...". What she meant is that NO DIALOG should exist because it's "bad for the country", i.e., bad for the rulers. She believes the ruling elite is the country. And when she noted that the two parties mostly have "shared values", she is correct. There is no fundamental difference between them. She likes that. It makes her job easier. And since she is our savior and mother superior, what is good for her is good for the country (in her mind). Sound familiar? I remember a king who once thought that way. When advised he was destroying the state, he replied: "L'etat, c'est moi."

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