And here comes the "good" part!
"There were farmers and black Americans, whatever the name was in those days, Afric- uh -- large numbers of African-Americans, poor people, middle class people, everyone. . . they lined the tracks to pay their respects," Pelosi told an audience at the Capitol Hilton.
Pelosi haters, and there are plenty of them, are likely to compare the remark to Leader Harry Reid's private comment that President Obama didn't speak in "Negro" dialect.
In fact, her gaffe couldn't have been more different.
Reid was privately using anachronistic, offensive language he'd never use in public, thinking his comments would never see the light of the day.
Pelosi, it appears, got into trouble for the opposite reason: She was trying to come up with the most PC way of describing African-Americans in a public forum -- in hopes of offending no one -- and wound up with a very un-PC quote that is likely to cause at least some offense.
Pelosi, its time to hang it up. Although you talk like your a friend of all blacks and always been your a closet racist and you got caught.
This is what happens when you have to be ....Politically correct...This happens when people take "offense" ...This happens when elected officials let their "true" thoughts come out.