Pelosi: Obama May Be Most Famous Person ‘In the Whole Galaxy’

By Eric Scheiner | November 21, 2012 | 9:44am EST

(CNSNews.com) - In a discussion on the impact of money on the election, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. last week that President Barack Obama may be the most famous person in this galaxy.

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“Some people say that all that big money didn’t have a big impact on the election,” Pelosi said. “Oh really it did. It didn’t have as much impact because big money countered it. The president of the United States, the most famous person in the world, maybe in the whole galaxy--in a long time--he had to spend like a billion dollars to set the record straight.

“So it isn’t that it didn’t have an impact. It lost because it didn’t have the battle of ideas and leadership,” Pelosi said.

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