Nancy Pelosi's Daughter to Lead Young Democrats
The House minority leader's daughter, Christine Pelosi, today was named interim executive director of Young Democrats of America.
The younger Pelosi, 42, isn't exactly young, having been a deputy San Francisco district attorney, an assistant city attorney, executive director of the California (Old) Democratic Party, and, lately, a trainer for aspiring leaders in the nonprofit and political worlds. Little-known fact: For $395, pretty much any person who wants to can take public leadership classes from House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's Daughter at the U.C. Berkeley extension.
That's for 10 three-hour classes! A rate of only $13 per hour!.
For purposes of comparison, Clairaudient Readings Sessions with Gavin Newsom's Reille-Hunter-Like personal spiritual adviser Carol Simone cost $250 for one hour, $200 for 45 minutes, $150 for 30 minutes-- and you don't learn anything about leading the public. It's just metaphysics and shamanism and personal transformation..
No wonder the Young Democrats think Christine Pelosi is a good deal.
The younger Pelosi appears poised to follow in the footsteps of recently retired National (Old) Democratic Party chairman Howard Dean, who had been mocked by other Democrats for a supposedly money-wasting 50-state strategy that ultimately became a template for Barack Obama's presidential victory.
"We plan to hit the ground running with a 50-state strategy of YDA boot camps for Young Democrats to ensure they have the tools and resources necessary to make a difference in their communities," Christine Pelosi said Friday.
In 2004, Dean also articulated a 50-state strategy.
"We're going to South Carolina and Oklahoma and Arizona and North Dakota and New Mexico, and we're going to California and Texas and New York ... And we're going to South Dakota and Oregon and Washington and Michigan, and then we're going to Washington, D.C.," he said. "Yeeaggghheeeeiiiiiiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaggggggghhhhhhh!"
Pelosi, however, is not known to be a screamer.