Failure - Pelosi Corrupt
Pelosi as corrupt as Bill Clinton
If I were elected president, the first thing I would do is to appoint a select committee to study the teaching of evolution in American schools.
In order to assure a harmonious working relationship, I would only appoint people to the committee that agreed that evolution is a unprovable faith based theory that supports the Atheistic Lifestyle and should not be taught in public schools.
This harmonious working relationship would also allow me to payoff those who had helped elect me.
The Atheistic Liberal News Media reporters are hypocrites
If a Republican were to do this there would be 10,000 reporters making a story about the corrupt practice of appointing cronies to committees.
Pelosi exempting the San Francisco based fish companies from the minimum wage increase was another story that the Atheistic Liberal News Media would not cover because Pelosi is a democrat and the democrats and Atheistic Liberal News Media has a symbiotic relationship.
Pelosi Creates Global Warming Committee
Jan 18 6:39 PM US/Eastern
By JOHN HEILPRIN
Associated Press Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) -- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sought to create a special committee Thursday in an effort to jump-start long-delayed government efforts to deal with global warming and produce a bill by Independence Day.
Pelosi, D-Calif., said the committee would hold hearings and recommend legislation on how to reduce greenhouse gases, primarily carbon dioxide generated by fossil fuels, that most scientists blame for a gradual warming of the earth's climate.
The committee will be led by Rep. Ed Markey, D-Mass., who shares Pelosi's goals, said a Democratic leadership aide, speaking on condition of anonymity because Pelosi had yet to announce her choice.
"We should probably name it the committee on world travel and junkets," said Rep. John Dingell, D-Mich., chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, which overseas the Clean Air Act and the Environmental Protection Agency.
"We're just empowering a bunch of enthusiastic amateurs to go around and make speeches and make commitments that will be very difficult to honor," said Dingell, a champion of the auto industry, which could be required to producing cleaner-burning and more fuel efficient vehicles.
Dingell, the House's longest-serving member at age 80, long has viewed environmental legislation as being his domain.
"They're going to get under the feet of and interfere with those who are trying to do a decent job of legislating," Dingell said in an interview with The Associated Press. "I'm unaware of anything they will do that will be of any value."
Environmentalists hailed Pelosi's decision as a momentum-builder to challenge the administration.
"This is a really gutsy move by the speaker," said Philip Clapp, president of National Environmental Trust. "Action on global warming is so urgent that the speaker has probably taken the only course that could produce a comprehensive bill before the 2008 elections swamp the political process."