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.”
Short term loss, long term win?
“I didn’t ever think it was Brett”
“If it’s a Blue Wave, it’s not going to be a very big wave.”
“I don’t know.”
Kavanaugh & caravan?
Death threats over Kavanaugh support
Scenes from the Kavanaughcalypse?
It’s come to this
“Are you with Dianne or not?”
Newt on 2018: Kavanaugh and caravan, baby.
“The judicial branch is, how it must be, very different.”
Collins: “I will not live in fear. I will not be intimidated.”
“Democrats are, frankly, kind of scary.”
“Are women to be believed except when they accuse certain powerful Democrats?”
“It’s the last line of defense for our values.”
Full of sound and fury, signifying …
“There hasn’t been a bad story in over week.”
“The responsibility of a U.S. senator is to advise and consent not to substitute their judgment for that of the president of either party.”
“He’ll be a good Democrat.”
“I think that’s tragic. I think that needs to be looked into.”
“That is the usual process, and my folks assure me that the usual process was followed.”
“I’d just like to see a bit of civility come back to it, you know?”
“People didn’t use to use the word embarrassing about Seattle, but they use it a lot now.”
“It’s not about me.”