Pragmatism for the sake of pragmatism doesn’t always work.
When we all join together…
“Inching” being the operative word.
An opening for Pawlenty?
“Hopefully we won’t wreck the place while we’re here.”
“The time for talk is over. Now is the time for action.”
“As drafted, I do not believe this bill would pass the United States Senate.”
End it. Don’t mend it.
This was always the debate, but Democrats didn’t want to have it openly back in 2009.
Plus: A Cruz-Bernie debate? It’s on.
“what do I win?”
“I think that there’s no evidence whatsoever that Russia’s efforts against us … did anything to affect the campaign.”
Spilling the beans
Don’t call us … yet.
Vindications and vilifications.
“[H]istory is long and can take unexpected paths.”
“…there’s an easy way and there’s a hard way.”
Oh please. Hillary may be deeply corrupt and have all the charm of fungus, but she’s well-funded, well-organized, performs well …
“I wish we had better choices for President.”
Purity campaigns are among them.
“Her ideas are rehashed 1960s Great Society, big government programs. And to me, they did not rise to the occasion remotely.”
“One of two choices” fallacy.
“We have two choices ….”
“Whipped cream’s killing more people than ever before.”
Medicare for all?
“There comes a point where you gotta get off the crazy train.”