“Nancy Pelosi had a plan.”
“Ms. Pelosi could be Mr. Obama’s best weapon of protection in Congress on issues like foreign policy, energy and health care.”
If anyone was in control of the House floor Friday, it was San Francisco Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, not the Republicans who won full control of Congress in November.
“Pelosi highlighted three key connections that are at the heart of our economy: between public action and private success; between growing paychecks and reducing the deficit; and between investments today and success tomorrow.”
By Jennifer Bendery Republicans may control Congress for the next two years, but House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is already showing the GOP — and the White House — that she won’t be a passive bystander. Despite her party’s drubbing in… Continue
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) vowed Thursday that House Democrats would sustain vetoes President Obama has threatened to issue on a trio of Republican-backed bills.
“I’m here on a mission to get something done,” she said, adding she can still bring financial and political resources to help Democrats win seats. “I never thought I’d be here this long.”
Univisión — Op-ed by Nancy Pelosi, Luis V. Gutiérrez & Zoe Lofgren: As Presidents before Him, Obama Has Authority to Act
Last year, the Senate passed a bipartisan measure to repair our broken immigration system and strengthen our economy. That bill would be law today, but Republican leaders in the House refused to allow a vote. Consequently, President Obama promised to use his authority under existing law to achieve reform. We do not know exactly what the President will do or when he will announce it, but we are confident he will act.
U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi donned an apron Thursday to cook up some yogurt-based ranch dressing with television chef Tom Colicchio at San Francisco’s Mission High School to show support for healthy food in schools.
President Barack Obama yesterday devoted his first full speech in two months to the economy’s strength. It was just what Nancy Pelosi wanted.