Republicans Unclear on the Concept.


“You keep using that word?”

“I do not think it means what you think it means.”

Read Pelosi’s offending speech for yourself and tell me that this is too much for grown men and women to bear.

Fools and knaves.

Update: dialogue fixed thanks to commenter and occasional guest blogger (more please) Michelle Sipics.

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4 Comments on “Republicans Unclear on the Concept.”

  1. Michelle S Says:

    Not to nitpick (well, ok, it’s nitpicking, but I am an editor, after all) — the *exact* quote is, “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”

    Can I help it if you happened to just barely mis-quote one of my all-time favorite movies? 😀

  2. John Dupuis Says:

    I think this one is relevant too, from another of my favourite movies:

  3. […] on Republicans Unclear on the Concept Up from the comments on this post, another attempt to analyze the source of the House GOP caucus’s behavior in the current […]

  4. Tom Says:

    Thanks Michelle.


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