Pelosi, Reid “Failed;” Honest Democrat Their Worst Nightmare

Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid, no friends of the truth, have now to face one of their own Democrats calling them “Failed” on bipartisanship and the stimulus.

Heath Shuler (D-N.C.) who introduced President Barack Obama at the National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday made the observation today.

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair (2nd R) speaks at the ... 

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair (2nd R) speaks at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, February 5, 2009. From L-R are: first lady Michelle Obama, U.S. President Barack Obama, Blair and U.S. Rep. Heath Shuler (D-NC).REUTERS/Larry Downing

****************By Glenn Thrush, Politico

Rep. Heath Shuler (D-N.C) has further ingratiated himself with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi — not — by declaring that Pelosi and Harry Reid “failed” the bipartisanship test on stimulus.

“In order for us to get the confidence of America, it has to be done in a bipartisan way,” Shuler said in Raleigh following an economic forum, according to the AP.

“We have to have everyone — Democrats and Republicans standing on the stage with the administration — saying, ‘We got something done that was efficient, stimulative and timely.'”

Here’s the kicker: “I truly feel that’s where maybe House leadership and Senate leadership have really failed.”

Shuler, rumored to be mulling a ’10 Senate run, was one of 11 House Democrats to vote “no” on the stimulus and was already deep in Pelosi’s doghouse. Now he’ll have to build a Harry Reid wing.

Related:
Bling Fling Stimulus and Obama Faces Questions With: Answers?

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