Nancy Pelosi proves she’s not smarter than her five-year-old grandson

pelosi-grandsonWhile speaking with reporters Tuesday, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., proved that when it comes to matters of war and peace, her five-year-old grandson is smarter than she is.

Pelosi, along with McCain and Graham, support attacking Syria over the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime.  When she asked her grandson what he thought, he said “no” to war.

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From the Examiner:

According to the Minority Leader, the young boy pressed her as she was leaving San Francisco.

“Are you ‘yes’ war with Syria, ‘no’ war with Syria?,” he reportedly asked.

Pelosi said she asked him what he thought, prompting him to say, “I think no war.”

The California Democrat said she generally agrees with that sentiment, but supported military action because of the high number of children that were killed in the chemical attack.

Naturally, she disagreed, since Obama wants to get us involved in yet another Middle East war.

More here, with video.


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