Skip to comments.Pelosi Suffers Near Meltdown When ’60 Minutes' Confronts Her About Shady investments
Posted on 11/03/2011 10:02:01 AM PDT by JesseWatters
no text in link...but boy does Pelosi's face go white like a ghost...'60 Mins' may be working on a story about her...
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Wouldn’t accusing Nazi of “shady” anything be racist?
No problem. Why? Psychopathy is a mental disorder characterized primarily by a lack of empathy and remorse, shallow emotions, egocentricity, and deceptiveness.
The question asked of her is pretty inaudible in that clip; hard to tell what she’s talking about.
As we say in the South “Hit dog hollers”.....
She’s guilty. The lip smacking body language gives her away.
Did it go like this?
“You can’t ask me about that- I’M A DEMOCRAT~!”
Everyone knows these people were and are ‘on the take’... lining their own pockets. It’s just that the media may just be now catching up to their tricks. Just follow the money...
Even after all the facelifts and botox she sure managed to get goggle eyed when asked the question. She did have a split second look of fear on her face.
I would give anything to see her behind bars
I hope they are onto something
She’s another one that can’t be allowed to flee the country when it all comes crashing down.
That lip-smacking is down-right creepy.
My niece has a little shitsu type dog that licks her lips like that when she is nervous too!
Diane Feinstein has funneled BILLIONS of gubmint contracts to her husband's company. Did I mention he has ties to the Mafia? Last count IIRC it was something on the order of $7 billion and counting.....
OK for me, but not for thee!
Shes guilty. The lip smacking body language gives her away.
And that ‘karate chop hand’ goes up when she lies. Toooooo funny!
Pelosi would have a meltdown by standing too close to a heater.
I think the lip smacking is because her face is so numb from all the botox. She’s not sure if her mouth is open or closed without checking.
Well she sure looks surprised in that picture. Amazing look for a 70 some year old woman.
Back in March, 2008 she and husband accepted or submitted into IPO deal from VISA???
Updated: March 19, 2008: 7:50 AM EDT
Visa IPO prices at record $17.9B
Credit card company’s initial public offering surpasses estimates at $44 a share.
By Katie Benner, writer-reporter
NEW YORK (Fortune) — Visa buyers paid a whopping $17.9 billion, or $44 a share, when the company priced its initial public offering Tuesday evening.
The number punctuated a Wall Street comeback that included another Federal Reserve rate cut, surprisingly strong earnings results from Goldman Sachs and Lehman Brothers, and a 420-point spike in the Dow, its largest one-day point gain in five years.
The San Francisco-based credit card processor became the largest IPO ever, surpassing the $11 billion record held by AT&T (T, Fortune 500) wireless as well as its own $37 to $42 a share price range.
is she chewing cud?
That other San Francisco Democrat, Dianne Feinswine, has made tons of war proftis by sending government contracts to her husbands company.
Why do these old farts need so much money? If it’s because of their ‘grand-children’ - they should stop screwing up America and ensure their descendants will continue to live in a freedom loving Nation.
A better legacy than stolen wealth.
Pelosi and her husband were worth $70M as of 2010. Don’t know the current figure and the Occupy Wall Street crapdogs aren’t asking Her Majesty about it (”Marxist millionaires good; conservative millionaires bad”)..
Boxer once profited from exclusive IPOs
October 25, 2010 | Chase Davis, California Watch
UFor all of the ink and airtime devoted to criticizing Republican Meg Whitman’s stock deals, she’s not the only top-of-the-ticket candidate who benefited from early access to initial public offerings, or IPOs.
At least twice during her political career, U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer turned quick profits on IPOs that were unavailable to the general public, records and published reports show [PDF]. The transactions, which were made public in 1994 and 2000, allowed her exclusive access to several lucrative investments.
In one case, Boxer bought between $15,000 and $50,000 worth of shares in Palm Inc., the handheld computer company, at $38 apiece on March 1, 2000 the day before the company was made public. On the first day of trading, shares soared to $140 before closing at $95. Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley managed the offering.
Days earlier, she bought between $1,000 and $15,000 in stock from an online advertising and marketing company called Avenue A at its opening price of $24. Boxer sold it the next day when the share price tripled to $72.
She has to do that. After all the plastic surgery, if she doesn't keep smacking her lips, her face will roll-up like a window shade over the top of her head.
Pelosi filing shows financial disclosure loophole
A real estate investment by House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi’s husband went undisclosed for years and has opened a window into a loophole that allows House members to avoid specifying some of their financial assets.
In 2010 and 2011, Pelosi voluntarily reported the Sacramento, Calif., land investment as an asset of her multimillionaire husband, Paul. She had not reported the investment for about 10 years previously because it was held by an S corporation her husband had set up, said Nadeam Elshami, a spokesman for the California congresswoman.
Under House financial disclosure rules, lawmakers are not obligated to specify the separate assets of an S corporation which is a business in which individual investors pay taxes on profits rather than the company.
Pelosi decided in 2010 to voluntarily disclose the investment because the land had become more valuable, Elshami said.
Pelosi first reported in 2010 her husband’s investment in Russell Ranch LLC. It was described then as undeveloped residential real estate in Sacramento worth between $1 million and $5 million. In 2011, she listed the value between $5 million to $25 million.
Where's there's smoke there's fire. Yay!
Pelosi looks like she’s suffered a meltdown every time you see her. How can you distinguish one incident from another?
Nancy with President Kennedy.
The media's been ignoring it because she's a liberal Democrat. She and her husband have been making a fortune the past few years while the country's been going down the tubes. (And she still wanted a taxpayer funded passenger jet.)
That sounds like a job description for congress.
Nancy Pelosi has had NO WORK DONE, do you understand me? NO WORK DONE! /S
hmmmm....now why would 60 Minutes want to take down Pelosi?
Warning shot across Barry’s bow from the Clintons?
We’ve seen 60 Minutes in the Clintons’ pocket before.
No surprise here, I can find no other reports on the line of
questioning by “60 Minutes.”
Another non-plastic surgery pic from today.
Now I am completely creeped out!
I received that exact line many times, the most memorable in response to Clinton and his Loral games
Meltdown is too strong a word. She was scared...you could see it in her eyes and she got a really bad dry mouth. She was lying and knew it, but remained in reasonable control. She is a thief and scoundrel, no question.
The botox must hide that tic of hers pretty well.
The other one with annoying twitches was Anita Dunn, the ex-communications director. She must not have made enough to afford botox.
Reminds me of tardive dyskenesia, which can be caused by psych meds.