“Come on man, I heard you liked me.”
Get over it.
“Journalistic malpractice,” or “politics as public theater”?
” … a monument to hearsay and a travesty of journalistic ethics.”
Showdown with Nadler coming?
“This is the most radical attack on the judiciary in decades.”
“It’s kind of a team effort, frankly…”
“The guy has a very impressive record.”
“We certainly never intended to mislead in any way …”
Politico: Senior Democrats pulling the plug on impeachment.
“When he takes a scalpel to Roe v. Wade, we will know who he is…”
“Defendants had no sources to support their outrageously false and defamatory statements…”
Time to move on
“Really, after this, she probably can’t recover from this.”
“We have…a society that has become very vicious.”
No equivalency with Trump?
“Allegations remain in forefront for Kavanaugh…”
“Having a Supreme Court justice is going to create value for the students.”
A mixed bag of famous and not so famous names.
“For 20 years, I have represented Davids vs. Goliaths and relied on due process and our system of justice.”
He’s a giver!
And also “for everyone’s right to be heard”?
Speaking of “tear-down culture …”
You don’t say
“There’s no question that he committed perjury, right?”
Thomas: “Abdicating our judicial duty.”
Come on, man.
Democracy dies in resistance signaling.
In Acosta v White House … abstain.
“…individuals providing testimony in support of Justice Kavanaugh asked that their names be redacted out of fear”
“I did that as a way to grab attention.”
“How are people supposed to find work if this goes on in some form for a year and a half?”
What a way to find out, too.
“There are too many people out at the same time and too many joggers at peak times.”