What does a leech do without a host? I suspect we'll be finding out soon enough.

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Nancy Pelosi, whose every utterance causes dogs across the country to whine and howl, suggests that, were it not for having been sponsored in a political career by her wealthy husband, she might have made a career in business.

"I love the markets. I watched them since I was a teenager. I'm fascinated by it and it's a force, it's a force in our economy."

Sure, Nan, sure.

Personally, I'm all in favor of putting as many professional politicians as possible (and their coterie of professional flunkies, as well) out of office and into the private sector. It looks like, come November, a good start will be made on doing exactly that. Maybe we could get some engineers in there, instead, some day....

Most of those soon-to-be-unemployed politicians are professional parasites, making their livings by feeding off the productivity of the American people and returning virtually nothing of value.

Most being lawyers, many without private sector experience, and virtually none who've created a single job or indeed benefitted the nation or the economy in any private capacity whatsoever, I expect (and maybe hope) a goodly number of them would either starve or end up in prison.

Where, incidentally, most of them belong anyway.

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"I love the markets. I watched them since I was a teenager. I'm fascinated by it and it's a force, it's a force in our economy."


Whoa, easy Nancy, don't hurt yourself. She's about as deep as a mudpuddle. NIce profundity: "it's a force in our economy." Are you kidding?

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