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NRCC Going After Dems on Whether They Support Pelosi as Speaker

Rep. Parker Griffith’s (D-Ala.) comment that he wouldn’t support Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) in another vote for Speaker of the House has been manna for the

Jul 31, 2020
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Rep. Parker Griffith’s (D-Ala.) comment that he wouldn’t support Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) in another vote for Speaker of the House has been mannafor the National Republican Congressional Committee, which is sending around this sample pledge to targeted Democrats. This one’s for Griffith’s colleague, Rep. Bobby Bright (D-Ala.).
The Pelosi Pledge
Whereas Speaker Nancy Pelosi continues to strong-arm her divisive and radical policies through Congress and onto the American people, leading Americans and fellow Democrats to lose faith in her ability to lead.
Whereas during Speaker Pelosi’s tenure, she has wasted over a trillion dollars, pushed through a National Energy Tax, and facilitated the largest deficit in American history.
Whereas Speaker Pelosi now has her eyes set on a radical, irresponsible healthcare plan that may be the final straw for Democrats and Republicans alike.
Whereas last week, fellow Democrat Congressman Parker Griffith told a group of constituents that he could no longer support Pelosi in her position as Speaker of the House. According to Griffith “I would not vote for her. Someone that divisive and that polarizing cannot bring us together.” (Huntsville Times, 8/25/09)
Whereas Americans are clamoring for more jobs, fewer taxes, and less government spending, but Nancy Pelosi has proven herself incapable of providing the leadership necessary to solve the country’s problems.
Resolved, if House leadership elections were held today, I, Representative Bobby Bright, pledge that I would not vote for Nancy Pelosi for Speaker of the House.
Signed,
X________________________
Bobby Bright, Member of Congress
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