Boyda? or Pelosi? or both? is spurring quite a bit of discussion, on this blog and others.
I've made quite clear my opinions on why the two Nancys are tied at the hip.
But to answer the Bloc on immigration, Nancy Boyda may NOW have a different public stand on immigration, but she campaigned just like Nancy Pelosi.
In 2006, Nancy Boyda said two very important and well-documented things about immigration. First, she said that immigration reform needed to have a "clear path to citizenship." That is a code phrase for amnesty. Second, she said that we should not build a border fence.
This is where her heart lies on immigration, regardless of what she says now. It is likely where she will return if given enough time in office!
Moreover, it proves that Nancy Boyda is not a person of principle. If she truly believed in what she campaigned on, why abandon it? If she never truly believed that in the first place, then what other bill of goods was she selling the voters in a say anything mode to get elected?
Had enough of Nancy Boyda?
Dedicated to the proposition that Nancy Boyda is a one termer.