It’s no secret the world we live in today is way different from that of years long gone by. Once upon a time you could leave your doors unlocked, welcome a stranger into your home for a meal, let your kids play outside unattended, and all sorts of things like that.

Alas, those days have passed away and given rise to many scary, scary things that we have to think about on a daily basis. How we’re going to pay the mortgage, whether or not our children are being taught some sort of lunacy about boys going tinkle in the little girl’s room, or something of that nature.

However, as worrisome as all of that is, as utterly horrifying as it might be to think of millions of children being indoctrinated with progressive ideology designed to make them slaves to big government, nothing can be as terrifying as the possible answer to this question about Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s retirement.

Hold on to your butts, because this ride is about to get a little bumpy.

via NTK Network:

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) dodged ABC’s George Stephanopoulos’s question concerning her retirement during an interview on Sunday.

Stephanopoulos played a clip of Rep. Linda Sánchez (D-CA) saying there needs to be a change in the Democratic leadership in the House and asked Pelosi what she thought about Sánchez’s comments.

“I do think we have a great array of talent, and I have promoted it all along the way,” Pelosi told Stephanopoulos. “It’s up to the caucus to select its next leaderships. I enjoy the support of my caucus.”

“And you’re not going anywhere?” Stephanopoulos followed up.

Pelosi dodged the question, explaining how she decided to stay in Congress because she needed to protect Obamacare from President Trump.

Did you hear how she stumbled and fumbled like a blind man tap dancing in the rain when Stephanopoulos asked that question and started sputtering on and on about Obamacare?

Yeah, it seems like she’s hinting that she’s going to stick around, just so she can defend Obamacare, you know, that wonderful piece of intrusive legislation that allows the government to interfere deeply with the health care system, causing many to lose coverage, see premiums spike, and put unfair burdens on business owners?

She’s willing to stay in Congress and collect a fat paycheck to do nothing more than be a thorn in the side of the Trump administration and ensure the rest of us are bled dry like Dracula’s chew toy by the system she so proudly helped to create.

It’s not bad enough the GOP can’t get it’s act together and rid our nation of this monstrosity, now we have someone so dedicated to the destruction of the American people we may never, ever, ever be rid of her.

Now not only will insurance continue to be sky high, but we might have to endure who knows how many more years of Pelosi? Please, someone, somewhere, have mercy on us! No more! It’s enough! We wave the white flag! Just take the bad lady away now. We beg you!

Yes, our country most certainly does need better, younger leaderships, particularly of a conservative stripe. I know a lot of millennials catch crap from the culture at large, and believe you me, the overwhelming majority of the criticism they receive for being entitled, spoiled, wussified rotten statists is well deserved.

However, there’s a growing segment of that demographic who are starting to grow up and see that while liberalism might give you the warm and fuzzies when you’re young and naive, once the real world punches you in the face a few times, you realize that ideological system is nothing but garbage.

As these folks continue to develop, they bring valuable insights that would help implement conservative principles to future generations in new and creative ways, preserving liberty for years to come.

That is definitely more needed than another term with Pelosi.

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