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Quote of the day, “Pelosi bastardizes the English language” edition

San Fran Nan decides to torment the spirit of Noah Webster with this gem:

Bipartisanship is a two-way street. A bill can be bipartisan without bipartisan votes. 

Bill Clinton just called to say Pelosi needs a little work on her verbal pirouettes.


March 1, 2010 - Posted by | Pelosi, quote of the day


  1. Hugh? Only a Democrat can see bipartisanship with one side. Next she’ll be telling my students a quadrilateral has three sides and one and one is five. This is kind language misuse that confuses most who don’t pay attention to the workings of government and makes those who oppose the speaker look like extremists. Another recent example is Algore’s use of “Consensus” with global warming. As long as there is descent there can’t be “consensus,” and as we all know, there is disagreement on global warming. Those who disagree are made to be like holocaust deniers like those on the fringe.

    Comment by Steve | March 1, 2010

  2. It depends on what the meaning of the word ‘is’ is.

    Comment by TheBad | March 2, 2010

  3. That was my thought, too, TB…though Pe-loco doesn’t have the charm to pull that off.

    Comment by crushliberalism | March 2, 2010

  4. Al Gore “invented” Global Warming. He did this so he could sell his “invention” of Carbon Footprints to fools from all over the world making him tons of Green!

    Comment by tnjack | March 2, 2010

  5. Anymore it seems that anything “bipartisan” means that both parties agreed to screw the American people.

    Comment by Ludwig Van Beethoven | March 6, 2010

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