Still cooling her heels in jail
Out of order
Nadler’s uncomfortable choice.
This might be a long stretch
“I’d call it a day.”
Let me out because I said so
And it’s on with the show, folks
After being given immunity to testify
Pardon “does not erase a judgment of conviction, or its underlying legal and factual findings.”
“He has done a lot in the fight against illegal immigration.”
“Now is the time to be more visible.”
Long term strategy?
Is that the meaning of “stay strong”?
“Allowing Mr. Pagliano’s conduct to go unaddressed would gravely harm Congress’s ability to conduct oversight.”
No, you’re out of order!
“You have to go with it. The decision’s been made, and that is the law of the land.”
“This has never been a gay or lesbian issue for me. This is about upholding the word of God.”
“It’s up to the Attorney General Eric Holder to do his job.”
As expected, after Lerner again pleaded the Fifth before Congress in March — although that does include a small handful …
“That’s a lot of talking for someone who wants to remain silent.”
Al Sharpton seen nodding in approval. No, really.
“Never think that that was not a big deal to me. Don’t ever think that.”
Oh, that ol’ chestnut.
“I welcome the New Darrell.”
Two-thirds want answers from Obama administration on Operation Fast and Furious.
Don’t worry, we won’t.
It’s going down.
The mind reels.
“It’s nice to know that she dreams of slapping me in her own personal jail.”
“A caustic partisan fight.”
The Minority Leader is not pleased.
Pro-China groups now involved.
The naughty list
Promotes anti-trust law, but not involved in Google suit.