Pelosi's latest whopper

Nancy Pelosi, who was born in Baltimore in 1940, recently opined on the latest left wing cause, changing the name of the Washington Redskins. Pelosi noted that when she was growing up in Baltimore, the city didn't have a football team. "So one of the first songs I ever learned in my whole life was, 'Hail to the Redskins.' I didn't have the faintest idea what I was saying, but I've known it forever," she said. For Baltimore football fans, given their rich history of triumph, loss and betrayal, Pelosi's statement is a ROTFLMAO howler. After all, from 1947-1950 Baltimore was home to the Baltimore Colts professional football team in the old All-American Football Conference.  Those Colts won only eleven games in four years before folding due to financial pressures.   In 1953, when Pelosi was 13, the NFL formed a new team also named the Baltimore Colts.  In 1958, under famed quarterback Johnny Unitas, those Colts brought glory to Baltimore with a championship victory...(Read Full Post)