Pelosi channels Whoopi Goldberg on the #VAscandal: It’s not really a scandal-scandal…

Posted by: Phineas on May 29, 2014 at 12:30 pm

**Posted by Phineas

Oh, brother.

While her minions race to the microphones to denounce VA Secretary Shinseki before the voters take out their wrath on them, House Minority Leader (1) Nancy Pelosi took the softball question lobbed to her by Vox’s Ezra Klein (2) and explained that, yes, the poor treatment of veterans was scandalous, but she wasn’t sure if it really was a “scandal:”

Gee, Nancy, it sure seems to me that VA administrators and employees manipulating federal records to hide the poor treatment of veterans and win themselves some bonuses amounts to a scandal. Maybe even a criminal matter. What else do you need? Oh, wait. I know.

An (R) after the president’s name.

via The Right Scoop

Footnote:
(1) And a person very much responsible for creating that minority. Thanks, Nancy!
(2) He who thinks the Constitution is too old to understand.

(Crossposted at Public Secrets)

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3 Responses to “Pelosi channels Whoopi Goldberg on the #VAscandal: It’s not really a scandal-scandal…”

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  1. Carlos says:

    Apparently Nazi has been taking after-hours lessons from the likes of Murray, Slo Joe and Jackson Lee (among others) who are all in the picture next to the definition of “stupid” in the dictionary.

    Actually, I used to think Murray was the dumbest box of rocks in Congress, but since Nazi’s “You have to pass it to find out what’s in it” speech she wins the “You Can’t Fix Stupid Award” hands down.

  2. Sefton says:

    Between this dingbat and lunatic Reid, you have to wonder what it takes to have psychos committed these days.

  3. It has to represent a new low even for a politician (which is lower than whale sh*t and that’s the bottom of the ocean) to use the deaths of innocents as a political football. As the Army lawyer asked Sen. McCarthy, “At long last, have you no decency?”

    Passing something to find out what is in it is taught in medical school as a stool sample.