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Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives

Nancy Pelosi was born Nancy Patricia D'Alessandro in Baltimore in 1940. Her father was mayor of Baltimore. She is the first woman Speaker of the House and the first Italian-American Speaker. She worked her way up in San Francisco politics and was elected to the House of Representatives in 1987, Minority Leader in 2003 and Speaker in 2008. She is a Board member of the Italian American Women of America. She is married to Frank Pelosi. They have five children. The family's net worth is an estimated $19 million.

As you can see from the photographs below, Nancy Pelosi is one of the most attractive persons ever to serve in the House of Representatives. She is also one of the brightest and most skillful politicians.

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Neo Conservative :( 8 years ago

Nancy is really good looking, she's still sexy and cute. she is amazing!


Alfred Newman 7 years ago

Nancy is hot for her age. Adding to that is her power, intelligence and forward-thinking ideologies. Nancy rocks!


Spankee 7 years ago

Awesome Rack.


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Pelosi: 'We Will Pass Health Care Reform'

Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Democratic leaders just emerged from a closed-door caucus meeting that included a personal appearance by President Obama confident the House will pass a sweeping health care reform bill today.

Addressing reporters outside the caucus meeting room just now, Pelosi looked back briefly before announcing what seemed like a deal to pass reform.

It was three years ago today that Pelosi led Democrats to retake the House after more than a decade of Republican control. She said the date was "appropriate."

"It is appropriate that the promise we made [to voters] ... will be manifest today," she said. "We will pass health care reform."

Obama came to the Hill today as Democrats were in the midst of eleventh-hour negotiations to secure passage of the bill in a vote expected to come this eventing.

Pelosi didn't give many details on the closed-door session with Obama, but said that the president's continued push for reform was instrumental to getting the process to this point.

"Without President Obama, we would not be in the position to get this done today," she said.

A final House vote is expected to come late this evening.

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