In her view, natural gas is not a fossil fuel.
Good to know that, Nancy, old girl. Thanks for clearing that up.
From the interview:
MR. BROKAW: ...talking about the energy plan. And then we read in The Wall Street Journal that you and your husband have made a substantial investment in the plan that T. Boone Pickens has put forward, which has a heavy emphasis on natural gas as well.
REP. PELOSI: But let me see if you call substantial 03 three percent of our investments.
MR. BROKAW: Oh, it's what, between 100 and $200,000.
REP. PELOSI: No, no, it was between 50 and $100,000, and it's part of an, you know, entrepreneurial package. This is the package we sign up for, this is what they invest in. But that's not the point. I'm, I'm, I'm investing in something I believe in. I believe in natural gas as a clean, cheap alternative to fossil fuels.
Here's what I want to know: if 100,000, or 50,000 represents 3 percent of her wealth, her net worth must be--you do the math--quite a lot.
So what I want to know is, how many houses does Nancy Pelosi have?