Nancy's Flight Of Fancy genre: Polispeak & Snapshot Thoughts & Tongue-In-Cheek

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has been the focus of sharp criticism from the Republican National Committee and many Republican politicians regarding which plane she will use to travel between her home in California and her work in Washington DC. Dennis Hastert, the former Speaker, was the first to begin using private transportation in reaction to 9/11 and government security concerns. Given his proximity to Washington DC, the issue of a larger plane never arose.

The current issue surfaced when it appeared that Pelosi would be utilizing the much larger C40...a plane with a laundry list of luxury amenities, a large crew, and a hefty operating cost. Pelosi quickly responded that she hadn't requested the fancier plane but did feel justified in seeking a non-stop flight. She went on to state that she would have been fine with traveling commercially. Nonetheless, now that the elections are over, both the Democrats and the Republicans are looking for issues that might assist them with their 2008 objectives.

Thank goodness our politicians are working on the most important issues facing our country during this time of war and the ongoing threat of terrorism. I found the whole brouhaha overblown so I decided to offer the following visual perspective on the situation.

Nancy's Flight Of Fancy

Daniel DiRito | February 9, 2007 | 12:23 PM
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Comments

1 On February 9, 2007 at 4:16 PM, CW wrote —

You forgot the scarf, streaming in the wind behind her!

2 On February 9, 2007 at 5:13 PM, Ed T. wrote —

Blast You, Snoopy!

~EdT.

3 On February 17, 2007 at 7:36 PM, dan wrote —

WHEEEEEEEEEEEE!

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