The latest disjointed and bizarre press conference from Nancy Pelosi is a doozy…She makes up new words for us and even renames President Obama calling him “Opama”. We kid you not! This woman could be our next Speaker of the House if Democrats win in November! We can think of a ton of reasons to vote Republican but THIS has to be tops on our list!

President “Opama”?

It’s bad enough that this woman is even the House Minority Leader! Word is that she’s a great fundraiser for the Democrats but the Democrats are $6 million in the hole. She must not be THAT great! Pelosi’s “Use By” Date happened long ago and it’s sad that she hasn’t been shown the door. As you’ll see below, she has trouble connecting words and putting thoughts together into a sentence.

“I guess the Republicans want to get out of town in tax— on tax week,” she said.

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Speaking off the top of her head proved to be problematic.

“Now Republicans are scrambling, uh, to,” she said, turning to her notes, “to, um, as their deficit-exploding tax scam collapses in the eyes of hard-working Americans. The $2 trillion+ def— debt,” she corrected herself.

Moments later she criticized the “G-O plan — G-O-P plan.”

Seconds later, she was confused about who presents legislation in the House.

“If the pres— Speaker would bring a bill…” Pelosi said.

She suffered brain freezes as she discussed a trip she took to North Korea.

She invented a new word, combining “alleviation” and “reduction,” saying, “alleviuction.”

Pelosi told reporters one of the purposes of her trip was to talk about “M-E— M-I-As and POWs.”

The House Minority Leader wrapped up her press conference by talking about an AUMF — an Authorization for Use of Military Force.”

But she had trouble saying the acronym, twice saying “AUF,” before suffering a face spasm and finally saying “AUMF.”


Nancy Pelosi just gets better and better at spewing out words that have no meaning. This one is a doozy! She was speaking at a tax protest when a heckler interrupted her. She proceeded to repeat the same thing over and over:

“Dark Cloud Over, Putting A Dark Cloud Over, Over, Dark Cloud Over Capitol”…

Well said, Nancy.



Immediately following President Trump’s incredibly popular tax cut bill that was passed without a single vote by Democrats, Nancy Pelosi openly mocked the benefits of the tax cuts to hundreds of corporations and businesses, who in turn, gave bonuses and pay raises to their employees. Pelosi arrogantly called the bonuses and pay raises to everyday Americans, “crumbs”.


In a mind-numbingly ignorant reelection strategy, the Democrats have just announced that if you vote for them, they promise to take those “crumbs” back from you and give them to the government.  

ForbesCongressional Democrats released a detailed tax hike plan that they promised to implement if given majority control of the House and Senate after the 2018 midterm elections. So much for the crocodile tears about the deficit–Democrats want to raise taxes not to reduce the debt, but rather to spend that tax hike money on boondoggle projects.

As you might expect, hold onto your wallets. Here are the details:

Increase the top marginal income tax rate from 37 percent to 39.6 percent. This nearly 3 percentage point increase in the top personal rate is not only a hike in the top bracket levy, but it’s also a direct tax increase on small and mid-sized businesses. The 30 million companies which are organized as sole proprietorships, partnerships, Subchapter-S corporations and LLCs pay their business taxes on their owners’ 1040 personal tax returns. Hiking the top tax rate is a small business tax increase.

Increasing personal income taxes would be particularly unfortunate since workers are now seeing the results of lower rates in their paychecks. Thanks to the new IRS withholding tables, in February of this year over 90 percent of workers saw higher take home pay in the form of fatter direct deposits.

Increase the corporate income tax rate from 21 percent to 25 percent. Up until this year, the United States labored under the highest corporate income tax rate in the developed world. As a result, jobs and capital were fleeing America for more normal tax rates that could be found in tax havens like France and China (saracasm font very much activated). Finally, after many years of bipartisan consensus that the U.S. corporate rate had become an impediment to attracting new jobs and investment, Congress cut the rate all the way from 35 to 21 percent. Even doing that only puts us in the middle of the pack of developed nations, but that’s a heck of a lot better than dead last.

Bring back the alternative minimum tax (AMT) for 4 million families. Up until this year, 4 million upper middle class families had to calculate their income taxes two different ways, and then pay the higher result. This was due to a provision of the law known as the “alternative minimum tax” or AMT.

Cut the “death tax” standard deduction in half. Over the past few decades, no tax has proven more unpopular in every single poll than the death tax, the federal tax on estates. 60 to 70 percent of poll respondents consistently call for its full repeal. The new tax law didn’t repeal the death tax, but it did the next best thing–it doubled the death tax’s “standard deduction” from $5.5 million to $11 million (and twice that for surviving spouses). As a result, far fewer family businesses and farms will be subject to the death tax, and many smaller firms can shed the costly insurance, legal, and actuarial costs of avoiding the death tax. Like the top personal rate, the death tax is not something that really affects the rich, who have plenty of resources to avoid the levy. Rather, it hits hardest those companies profitable enough to worry about it but not profitable enough to not worry about, if you catch my meaning. Democrats have never understood this, which is why it’s not surprising they want to reduce the death tax’s standard deduction back down to what it was before.

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