“A shorter field will be better for someone who doesn’t have a lot of money.”
“The President doesn’t want that fight, as least not right now.”
“What it does is that it creates a window where we could potentially get more conservative leadership.”
“It’s the right thing to do.”
“It’s the Senate that’s on trial here.”
“CNN has commentators on like me and every time I’m on, I’m on against somebody that is defending Trump.”
“My real problem here … is the messaging.”
“There’s a part of that story that hasn’t been told…”
“I do not hold any common moral beliefs with the current President.”
“I would say we have majority support.”
“The conservative senator … described himself Friday as ‘Americanus Nevertrumpus’…”
“The Republican Party is the Trump party right now. But that’s not to say it will stay that way.”
“…a lot of younger liberals don’t have any interest in meeting conservatives”
Depends on the person, and political philosophy.
That’s some number, coming not 10 days after Mr Social Conservative, Roy Moore, waltzed away with the Senate nomination in …
“I’m not in favor of anything that is going to infringe on a woman’s right and her freedom to choose.”
“They had a lot to say to Jedediah about calming things down.”
“An increased and highly visible police presence will be on campus on September 14.”
“[T]here is a line between freedom of speech and then posing a risk to public safety.”
“Limited government, economic freedom, individual responsibility, respect for free trade…”
“This isn’t going to get a lot cheaper, it can’t, it won’t.”
“Tell MSNBC NBCNews to stop the white conservative hiring spree.”
What could go wrong?
And then there were 50.
Test of wills.
“He has unique capacities; I wouldn’t want to be the one he tests them out on.”
And don’t forget the ear hairs
Is this the beginning of the end of reform?
What did the media know, and when did they know it?