“People felt like they were in prison.”
“The long and short of it is, there is going to be a negotiation here.”
Time to release the Kracken?
“Hold a vote. Call a vote right now. Let’s see what happens.”
“The American people don’t want their government shut down and neither do I.”
“In divided government, he will say to them, what can we really achieve?”
“I know we don’t want to be here, but we’re going to win this, I think.”
“Why would we want to do that?”
“The emotional toll it would take would be incalculable. The financial toll it would take would be incalculable.””
“He really has nowhere to go.”
Durbin: Medical-device tax on the table?
Time to let it burn?
“Whose bidding are you doing?”
T-minus 9 hours, 19 minutes.
Not quite the same as the old bill
Plus a repeal of the medical-device tax.
$7.4 million for a federal “middleman.”
“I just don’t happen to think filibustering a bill that defunds Obamacare is the best route to defunding Obamacare.”
“Congressional Republicans have created the distraction that Obama so much needs.”
T-minus 25 years until a 100 percent debt-to-GDP ratio = best-case scenario.
“Time is short. We need to address these challenges.”
Business as usual
Business as usual?
I suppose it really is a step up from the lengthy, meandering lecture of the latest “economic pivot” for which …
Cops alone won’t solve it.
Victim’s father was President Maduro’s supervisor back when he was a bus driver.
Democrats forgot all about the “era of good feelings”