Pelosi says, thanks to Mitt Romney, she’s feeling more confident about taking back the gavel and giving America another clubbing.
No need to worry, though. She’s been wrong about everything from the Stimulus to Obamacare in the past three years. She doesn’t exactly have much of a track record of success.
TownHall reported, via Free Republic:
Apparently, however, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi thinks that all of this outrageous outrage over the trumped-up “war on women” is such a powerful demonstration of Mitt Romney’s supposed incompetence that President Obama is falling back into the good graces of lady voters everywhere. Err… if you say so…
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Wednesday that strong evidence of a gender-based support disparity between Republicans and Democrats makes her feel “better” about the chances for Democrats to retake the House in November. …
The war between President Obama and Mitt Romney over female voters intensified this week, with Romney asserting that 92 percent of the jobs lost under Obama were women’s jobs, and Obama and the Democratic National Committee firing back that Romney’s campaign couldn’t even answer whether he supported a major piece of equal-pay legislation.
“I would have said, two months ago, we had a 50-50 chance of winning the House,” Pelosi said.
“Since then, so much changed because women have shifted in large measure to the president and to the Democrats,” she continued. …
“If this is an example of how Mitt Romney is going to run for president, I feel sad for the process and country, because either he doesn’t know what the facts are or he doesn’t care,” she said.