Pelosi and the Condescension Netanyahu Drama

Drama!  Drama!  Drama!  The life of a radical in politics and their faithful spinners busy at work.  Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s “condescension” claim sets a new height on the bar of hypocrisy.  Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was condescending during his speech before Congress and other guests?  How about you, Nancy Pelosi?  How many times have you and your buds talked down to the American people as idiots that need to be led to slaughter… I mean led to the promise land of a utopia world only you radicals can create for us low-intelligence creatures that happen to walk around in your world?

“I was near tears throughout the prime minister’s speech — saddened by the insult to the intelligence of the United States,” she fumed in a statement afterward, adding that she didn’t appreciate “the condescension toward our knowledge of the threat posed by Iran and our broader commitment to preventing nuclear proliferation.”  (Nancy Pelosi as quoted in the March 3, 2015 AP article, Pelosi, Democrats furious over Netanyahu ‘condescension’)

Insult to the intelligence of the United States?  I don’t know… this coming from the woman that stood up there in front of the whole world and told us, “We have to pass the Bill so that you can find out what is in it”?

The AP article describes Pelosi’s manners or lack thereof:

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  • Pelosi looked at her lap and shook her head.
  • Pelosi threw her hands up in exasperation
  • More than once, she turned to her deputy, Rep. Steny Hoyer of Maryland, and appeared to vent.
  • And even before Netanyahu had begun his ascent up the center aisle toward the exit, Pelosi pivoted and headed out a different door and into the Democratic cloakroom.

What would Pelosi dare say if others did this while President Barack Obama was speaking?  I mean, aren’t we always hearing lectures on manners and tolerance and such?

One can’t disagree with the president lest the person be labeled a racist.  Does this likewise mean that Pelosi is anti-semitic?  Is she intolerant of the Prime Minister and his opinion simply because he is Jewish?  Well, it’s a fair question.

Pelosi, in my opinion, acts like a rude and spoiled child, when she doesn’t get her way or can’t force people to give her what she wants.  She acts arrogant and as though she thinks she knows so much more than the rest of us about everything.  We lowly do have to be shepherded, her attitude seems to shout.  And now, she worries that the Prime Minister of Israel was allowed to speak and we were allowed to hear?  What is it that she is afraid we will hear?  Is it something that spoiled her and her buds’ plans of herding us low-intelligent beings to wherever they wished us to go?  Or perhaps… did she worry about the American people actually seeing what leadership and common sense looks like?  Does she worry that we might want more of that and less of the irrational we have been living with for far too long?

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The rudeness and drama that Pelosi and her buds exhibited is beyond belief.  This behavior coming from those who are supposed to be leaders and representing the people — not pursuing their ideologies, self-serving activism and agenda.  But then… I think the American people have come to… or heading towards… the realization that this is what we’ve gotten ourselves into by voting as we have and not holding the elected officials and press accountable.

Drama!  Drama!  Drama!  The life of a radical in politics and their faithful spinners busy at work.  Pelosi’s “condescension” claim sets a new height on the bar of hypocrisy.  This says it true.  It’s time to demand much more.  It’s time to demand the illusions be replaced with “truth”!  It’s time (long past time) to demand integrity, honesty and a respect for the United States of America, the American People and our allies!  It’s time for Pelosi to show some manners and apologize to Prime Minister Netanyathu and the American people for her condescension drama.  Yes, time to show some manners and respect!

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Carrie Hutchens is a former law enforcement officer and a freelance writer who is active in fighting against the death culture movement and the injustices within the judicial and law enforcement systems.
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