Nancy Pelosi’s expanded definition of the middle-class is running into criticism from old progressive allies fearful that the House Democratic leader is giving up too much in the battle over Bush-era tax cuts.
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities weighed in Wednesday with a report saying that as much as $366 billion in 10-year-revenues would be lost under Pelosi’s plan allowing households earning up to $1 million — not just $250,000 — to be allowed to keep their lower tax rates after January.
She's out of touch, fails to represent the district, has been an embarrassment on LGBT issues (you get elected out of San Francisco, you're expected to lead on the LGBT issue) and embarrasses herself every time she opens her mouth in the last years.
Again, we thought she was smarter when we elected her.
Closing with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"