Pelosi: We Can Stop Blaming Bush 'When The Problems Go Away'
GLENN: Barack Obama on the small businesses that will help lead the economic recovery? He's giving a speech right now. Small businesses have lost 2.4 million jobs.
PAT: Bush, stinking George W. Bush.
GLENN: Of course it was George W. Bush, but that's beside the point.
PAT: And when, when will they stop blaming Bush? Nancy Pelosi was asked and answered that question.
PAT: Here it is.
REPORTER: Why do Democrats keep claiming the Bush administration?
PELOSI: I haven't heard that.
REPORTER: When do you feel like that runs out? When do you feel like that runs out with the public?
PELOSI: Well, it runs out when the problems go away.
PAT: That's simple. When all the problems go away.
GLENN: When all the problems go away. Great when we have nirvana, when we have utopia, then it will be there —
STU: Then it's us. Then they are responsible. That is awesome.
GLENN: When it's utopia, we're in charge.
PAT: So if there's ever still any poor, there's any downtrodden, there's anybody suffering, that's still Bush. That's still Bush.
GLENN: I thought there would always be the poor among you.
PAT: Yes, because of Bush.
GLENN: Oh, is that really —
GLENN: — Bush's?
PAT: It's Bush, George Bush. George Bush, his damage is really eternal. There is no beginning and there is no end.
STU: Well, until, until it ends. When it ends, then it ends, no longer.
PAT: Then it's no longer Bush.
GLENN: Then it's not turmoil and anything else, then it's goodness, then it's goody goodness.
STU: That's the greatest answer I've ever heard.
GLENN: I know.
STU: That's completely honest moment from Nancy Pelosi.
GLENN: It was.
STU: It will end when we have no more problems and then we can't blame him anymore because there's nothing to blame him for. That is, that's perfect.
PAT: There is absolutely no personal responsibility we will ever accept.
PAT: Not ever. So when things are great, that's when we'll accept, "Yes, that's us."