Economics. Aren’t they learning it yet?
Morning Consult: Tax cut momentum has stalled.
Consolidation, not consumption.
“I am a fair judge.”
An “exceptional contribution to solidarity”? Hardly.
NBC/WSJ poll from mid-June: Maybe.
Ruth Marcus’ advice: Either shut up or get out.
“This is not like shoveling coal, this is not like building a factory.”
Two week’s notice.
“Does ‘limousine liberal’ apply in this case?”
Thick, I say.
Membership up 250K in a month?
Pretty please with a cherry on top?
Going all in.
Flunks the “do no harm” test.
“If they don’t score an early knockout, it becomes harder to win over the late deciders as the election approaches.”
“They are very fed up with these attacks.”
Gotta’ love federalism.
Obama’s been “cutting taxes like crazy”?
Hike taxes on everyone making $250,000 or more.
“I love listening to these guys give us lectures about debt and deficits,” says the Lecturer-in-Chief.
“I think I’m a different kind of a, quote, ‘liberal’ in that I think people should be true to themselves.”
“I’m getting job offers left and right.”
“I thought this guy thinks like me and I agree with him. And now he’s changing.”
“He’s creating class warfare in a country with no class structure.”
Desperate times call for desperate measures.
“It’s not a question of if but when”
“It’s a little bit of a referendum.”