Plus, Noonan and Ramirez on ObamaCare and credibility.
OK, senator. Have it your way. My only question for him then, and all of the other Democrats rolling merrily …
Plus, the NRCC translates Jay Carney.
“The chances for substantive reforms, unfortunately, seem all but gone.”
But are Republicans winning the fiscal war?
Let’s press the Vitter Amendment.
“Can’t anyone here play this game?”
“Let’s hope they do not surrender before the fight even begins.”
GOP still faces delay/defund question.
“… seeks leave to withdraw as a party defendant.”
What could go wrong?
The imperfect antidote for arrogance.
To follow on the heels of Ed’s SOTU fact-check, President Obama pedaled yet another deliberately misleading fact last night that …
“We have acted in the House. The president has not. The Senate has not[.]”
“This time, the shoe is on the other foot.”
“So, we don’t have much to lose, do we?”
The Age of Cliffs.
Cuts and credibility.
But do credit ratings agencies?
Maybe it’s Plan M – Mayan apocalypse.
“Boehner is willing to lose a pawn for a queen. I’m not sure about the rest.”
Plus, 180 economists agree on one thing.
Discipline or payback?
“You don’t take a hostage you aren’t willing to shoot.”
And we thought they were uninformed.
A pork-barrel renewal?
“They still have the mentality of treating this like it’s a law and order issue rather than a ‘war on terror’ issue.”
“the Judiciary Committee is examining the circumstances surrounding the removal of James Comey.”
Winning isn’t everything. It is the only thing
“What happened was a national disgrace, and yet some of the employees involved in these scandals remained on the payrolls.”