WASHINGTON (CNN) -- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday that she believes President Bush's judgment on the Iraq war "is a little impaired."
"What the vice president said is beneath the dignity of his office and beneath the dignity of the sacrifice of our men and women in uniform."
"The vice president is in a place that is out of touch with the American people, out of touch with what so many generals are saying and out of touch with even a bipartisan majority in the Congress."
"I think his [Bush's] judgment is a little impaired on this war, with all due respect to the president and his good intentions."
"With all due respect." Somehow, I suspect that Madam Speaker doesn't think he's due much.