Pelosi worried reform rhetoric could lead to violence
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that she worries that the protests over President Obama's healthcare legislation may resemble the anti-gay rhetoric of the late 1970s in San Francisco, which culminated in the assassination of two of her hometown's political leaders. Pelosi, responding to a question about anti-Obama sentiment, said partisans on all sides have the right to voice their opinions, but she has concerns about some of the language that is being used.
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