“We talked and then, abruptly, he was embracing me and giving me a French kiss.”
“When you have over 100 women like Andrea Mitchell signing a letter of support without knowing the facts, it’s pretty scary.”
“offensive to a lot of people and incorrect”
Plenty of blame to go around.
Problem is, she never actually asked *the* question
“There were times when I would ask the intelligence community to go through its process to give me more context.”
Plus: Unity would be easier without Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
The truth will set you free, Governor Dean
Just in time for the debate no one will watch.
Plus, Morning Joe panel laughs out loud at new Hillary “reboot” strategy.
“Was that just part of small-town Tennessee activity?”
Great or greatest ever?
Obama’s “not close to reality” on foreign policy. Or anything else.
A new wrinkle.
A mile wide and an inch deep.
“I wish I was more confident that the president really understood the threat to our homeland…”
This has been going on for a while. Today, another installment:
The Free Beacon:
MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell’s exasperation with the Obama …
Short sighted identity politics.
NBC/WSJ poll from mid-June: Maybe.
“We have to act.”
An effective dismantling.
Via the Washington Free Beacon, the same conservative “anti-Clinton” site responsible for yesterday’s “Hillary papers” story. Tough call for fair …
“It turned the Iranian government in a completely different direction.”
“A really bad idea, given the timing.”
“This was not a fair fight.”
Layers of fact-checking.
Yeah, no one gets him, Ms. Rice.
“You’re struggling, Andrea. You’re struggling.”
“What are we going to do, go back to kindergarten?”
Clown nose on.
“We’re not working out issues anymore, we’re working in a parallel universe.”
Drawing lines in the sand?
“Mama needs a break.”