Pelosi now giving advice to Republican Party
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The Speaker of the House is now dispensing advice to the Republican Party. Sure, it sounds a little bit like Terry Francona giving Joe Girardi some tips. But in the spirit of post-partisanship, we're sure she's just trying to help.
And who could argue that the GOP doesn't need some help?
Regardless, at press conference earlier today Pelosi offered some strategic counsel for her Republican friends saying that the "radical right-wing element" of the party needs to be exorcised.
And she believes we need one? Yes!
"Our country needs a strong, diverse Republican Party," she said.
But Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid quickly brought her back to sanity, offering "not too strong."
By the way, how does Pelosi grade President Obama's first 100 days?
"I'd definitely give the president an 'A'," she said. But if it were graded on a curve, she said she'd give him an A++++.
We always give you an A++++++, so follow us on Twitter!