“I used to think that Roe v. Wade was secure. I don’t think it will be secure now.”
“There’s too much self-saluting.”
“This was a terrible comment I made in poor taste…”
“If he ever came over and leaned on me and got in my space, that would be the last time…”
“[T]hese guys set too high a standard for public office.”
“Everything is intricate over there.”
Matthews conveniently forgot how Monica Lewinsky was villified by the media.
“They treat this like religion… I don’t know how to explain it.”
“A little desperate there, jumping in all the time …”
“So the Democrats will be the neocon party”?
Thrill up his leg.
A sneak peek at Wisconsin, and a podcast with Salena Zito on Going Red.
“Would you like somebody to call you a socialist?”
But they’re “Cuban nationals”?
“I see why you stood out tonight.”
“I used to think there was a big difference.”
Let’s not dwell on the past
Shouting ignorance on an uncrowded cable channel.
The battle begins.
Obama’s “not close to reality” on foreign policy. Or anything else.
Keep on shoveling
“He needs to stop playing politics, stop running for office, stop playing the ethnic groups…”
“Who’s paying your salary?”
And Mike Morell.
“…that’s crazy talk.”
“Not the stuff of celebration”
Plus, Matthews ripped Obama for “political thinking.”
“I think the Senate goes.”
“You’re a movie star!”
Yes, I suppose that might be true. Democrats certainly picked this not-ObamaCare battle strategically, seeing as majority of Americans do …
“They want to put an asterisk next to this guy.”
You catch on fast.
Obama’s playing hardball, ya’ll.
What about the FAA?
Seems like we’ve heard that line somewhere before
“She’s attacking the MPs whose votes she needs.”