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2 Pelosi articles to make you think

For those of you who don’t think “Nasty” Nancy Pelosi shouldn’t be prosecuted under the Logan Act, read these two articles:

1.) First, this one from Barry Farber

Excerpt from this article:


If you actually say that, however, you’re saying to him, “Look. You’re smart enough to argue immigration and higher taxes and voting rights for released felons but you’re just not smart enough to understand the dangers of ‘just talking’!”

That makes you an elitist. And elitists lose. Elitists may command the respect of the European peasantry but not of the American Common Man.

2.) Next, this one from Geoff Metcalf

Excerpts from this article:

Many are comparing Nancy Pelosi to Neville Chamberlain, the infamous British appeaser. The comparison frankly does a disservice to Chamberlain.


Violation of the Logan Act is a felony, punishable with imprisonment up to three years. It is poorly written (probably intentionally) and is way broad in it’s stated purpose of addressing attempts of any U.S. citizen trying to conduct foreign relations without authority.

As far as I can find, there is no record of any prosecutions or convictions under the Logan Act . . . that is too bad.

Pelosi isn’t the first to violate the letter and intent of the Logan Act. However, if ever anyone qualified for having personified a Logan Act violation; for sure it is Nasty Nancy.


American power means freedom for America and others.

Anything that militates against that power is a joy to Naziism, communism, or terrorism, depending on which decade we’re talking about.

We hardly have time or room to deal with that ridiculous Muslim-looking scarf Ms. Pelosi wrapped around her Italian-American Roman Catholic head. That scarf, the symbol of feminine subservience in the Islamic world, sent a separate diseased message of its own.

It said, “I, a free woman from a free country, on this visit to your retrogressive vassal state, hereby signal that I consider you worthy of emulation.”

There is only one more thing to say: Prosecute! Prosecute! Prosecute!


April 11, 2007 - Posted by | Politics

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