Friends in high places
“I’m not putting another f***ing dime in until someone tells me what just happened.”
Plus, what will it buy?
It’s only illegal if they prosecute, right?
“I think they’re sitting in their cocoon, you know, away from the reality of the world.”
Most transparent administration evah.
Kasich burning out?
Another Bozo No-No
Let’s just get this over with
“Marco Rubio controls his own destiny for the first time in this campaign.”
“They own him.”
“There’s an Iowa Ted and a New York Ted.”
“People are looking at the stage and saying: ‘Jeb and Marco? I’m going with the new.'”
Hillary is “lacking a certain personal touch.”
“I think I might help some other candidates too. There might be some good candidates.”
“Hawkins puts the chances of a Romney 2016 bid at about 20 percent.”
“Party officials most of all want a winner, and are open to a Biden bid.”
“He’s not touching enough people. And I think this is a classic rookie mistake.”
Third time’s the charm!
“Jeb is in the pole position financially.”
Back to the future?
“It increases my interest in doing everything I can to change the direction we’re on.”
Donor fatigue hits … San Francisco?
Presidents nominating friends and campaign contributors to glamorous, plum ambassadorships is a tale as old as time, and it isn’t …
“They don’t want anything done for the public good. Our incapacity is their livelihood.”
“…without the midi-chlorians, life couldn’t exist, and we’d have no knowledge of the force.”
The art of the no-deal.