Saturday, August 15, 2009


This is a very interesting comment:

"“‘She said we’re going to have it before we left,’ Murtha said. ‘We said, ‘No, no, we want some time to think about this.’ We’re taking some time to make sure it’s done right. I don’t know that we’ll get something done before January, and even then we may not get it done. We’re going to do it right when it’s finally done.’”

This comes from an interview with CNN. Is this the first sign of retreat, scrap and start over?

More importantly, are the winds of change a blowin' for Speaker Pelosi? Seems like her peers are starting to distance themselves and argue that their support was strictly due to arm twisting. Of course, the jury's still out on whether Murtha himself will be around much longer, be it from scandal or voters.

One wonders if, having already made a mess of one (okay, four, but who's counting) major bill, she will get a chance to do it again.

Could it possibly be that Pelosi is going to be the next casualty to feel the wheels of the bus go thump, thump, thump?

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