Skip to comments.Video: NPR's Mara Liasson Compares Pelosi To Winston Churchill
Posted on 11/08/2010 12:48:17 PM PST by blog.Eyeblast.tv
Mara Liasson, the national political correspondent for National Public Radio, appeared on Fox News Sunday and compared Nancy Pelosi to Winston Churchill.
She said, Nancy Pelosi did two things for which she will go down in history; she was an incredibly effective Majority Leader- and speaker- when there was an opposition president, she helped make a majority, and when she was in the majority she was the hammer that got through President Obamas agenda and sent it to the Senate. However, that is a completely different role from what she wants to do now for which, I think, shes kind of like Winston Churchill.
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LOL. The Churchill of Gallopoli.
Mara’s been guzzling the bong water again.
I heard/saw some thing about Liasson deathly afraid of being “Juaned” out of NPR, and really went out of her way to pander to the moonbats in charge at NPR.
Hmph. “The Hammer.”
On those two points, how could one not agree? However, if she starts comparing Churchill and Pelosi on ideology of what’s best for their respective countries, Churchill wins hands down.
Is Liarson expecting BO to chuck Pelosi’s bust outta the WH?
‘cos that would be the only similarity!
More like Freddie Kruger!
Mara is not the sharpest bulb in the drawer.
Someone point me to the vomitorium.
She’s the exact opposite of Churchill who always bucked whatever party he was in. Partisans hated Churchill.
Mara was joking?
More like the card Queen in Alice’s nightmare.
The left have lost what little brain they had left
I was watching when this was said and I just could not stop laughing. I thought no more like Stalin. He was and still is beloved by communist ideologues. Pelosi saw nothing wrong in putting people in jail who refused to buy insurance. Stalin?
I think LOL is the appropriate way to approach idiots like this. Laughter and mockery.
Do NPR’s policies cover insanity of their analysts?
Mara is ensuring her job security with NPR.
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