Pelosi: Six weeks from today we will have a great Democratic victory

Is Pelosi ready to step down as Speaker of the House should the Republicans dominate in November? Not a chance.

Here is what she said to NPR’s Robert Siegel when asked about the election.

PELOSI: First of all , I don’t accept that premise in any way shape or form. The momentum is with us. We are out there to dispel many of the misrepresentations that have been going out there for nearly two years by the Republicans and the special interests, the oil industry, the health insurance industry, the banks and their allies.

We’re out there. Our members are great articulate spokespersons for their point of view into their districts. And district by district we feel very confident about the election.

And we believe that six weeks from today, six weeks from Wednesday of this week we will have no regrets but instead we will have a great Democratic victory.

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