Friday, April 06, 2007

Nancy Does Damascus

I see that our national disgrace, Nancy Pelosi, apparently lacks any real work to do and so took her clown show to the Middle East:

Pelosi Circus in Arabia

Even the Washington Post had some choice words for Pelosi's Pratfall in Damascus where she buttered up that disgusting thug, Bashar Assad:

Assad says jump, Pelosi asks how high

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) offered an excellent demonstration yesterday of why members of Congress should not attempt to supplant the secretary of state when traveling abroad. After a meeting with Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad in Damascus, Ms. Pelosi announced that she had delivered a message from Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert that "Israel was ready to engage in peace talks" with Syria. What's more, she added, Mr. Assad was ready to "resume the peace process" as well. Having announced this seeming diplomatic breakthrough, Ms. Pelosi suggested that her Kissingerian shuttle diplomacy was just getting started. "We expressed our interest in using our good offices in promoting peace between Israel and Syria," she said.

Only one problem: The Israeli prime minister entrusted Ms. Pelosi with no such message. "What was communicated to the U.S. House Speaker does not contain any change in the policies of Israel," said a statement quickly issued by the prime minister's office. In fact, Mr. Olmert told Ms. Pelosi that "a number of Senate and House members who recently visited Damascus received the impression that despite the declarations of Bashar Assad, there is no change in the position of his country regarding a possible peace process with Israel." In other words, Ms. Pelosi not only misrepresented Israel's position but was virtually alone in failing to discern that Mr. Assad's words were mere propaganda.

Nonetheless, here at The Store we aren't too hard on Ms. P - after all she is merely fulfilling the dreams of all San Francisco Democrats:

Pelosi and RPG

Feel free to send Nancy a "You go, girl!" missive at I'm sure she would appreciate it and if we get lucky, maybe when she "goes," she'll stay.