Interesting times in Asia
We’ve got the goods
“Not my president!”
Bolts, barn doors, and the Captain Louis Renault moment.
“The best estimate for the persuasive effects of campaign contact and advertising … is zero.”
“Putin hated Secretary Clinton so much that the flip side of that coin was that he had a clear preference for the person running against the person he hated”
“…whether or not there’s fire, we need to figure it out.”
“I am done with being a candidate.”
“They just think they’re a little bit better than everybody else…”
So woke it’s scary.
“We were right on the edge of Constitutional legality”
“It was arrogance, arrogance that they were going to win.”
Bomb, and shell.
“When you lose to somebody who has 40 percent popularity, you don’t blame other things…”
Time off without pay for play
The common enemy uniting the left has yet to attack them
I seem to be in the minority
Look for, the union label
The Russians are coming! The Russians are coming!
Shiny objects versus effective operations.
“90,000 records stolen by Russian state actors contained drivers license numbers”
“I’m bothered by the lack of emerging evidence…”
Who has the spare time to hate her?
Unmasking the unmaskers.
It was “a genius plan” until it wasn’t
Alternate history month
Reality can be a hard pill to swallow
“the trend line heading into the Comey letter was bad enough…”
And don’t blame us for the Election Night surprise … mostly.
“…there’s a lot of worry that we don’t actually know how to persuade anymore”
The story continues to change
“Some Democratic lawmakers and staffers complained that the cloak-and-dagger secrecy was overblown…”
There’s no way I can lose.
“”The majority of the complaint consists of insinuation without any material evidence in support.”
“It created doubts in people.”
Immunity for $500, Alex
Non-candidate remorse? Not sure.