“I’m not sure what kind of chumps you think my colleagues and I are…”
“at almost every turn, Mallory has failed to clearly denounce Farrakhan.”
Brought to you by Debbie Downer
“That server, with that serial number, has disappeared”
“…a perception has been created that if you cross our border unlawfully you will have the opportunity to stay.”
“They have done everything they can to perpetuate the culture of violence that we have in our country…”
Now we’re sending election monitors to … Broward County?
“Wasserman Schultz…advised them on communication strategy.”
“This is a Trump shutdown.”
“There was a lot of boob stuff in his office.”
“Debbie went along with all this because she liked the power and perks of being a chair but not the responsibilities.”
“Perez isn’t tied to this. Why is he defending this?”
Captain Louis Renault, or Sgt. Schultz?
Panetta: Of course we have to probe DNC and Team Hillary connections to dossier.
“unfortunately Debbie’s name does not scream trust.”
“I would do it again.”
“Wasserman Schultz kept Awan on payroll.”
“They left in a huge hurry.”
“We can’t return the equipment.”
“We’re repairing a plane at 20,000 feet.”
“…it’s difficult to tell from the visual evidence whether the three Democrats sat down earlier than others or did not rise a second time.”
Pelosi, Ellison abstain?
Blue on blue, heartache on heartache.
Reid also says his claims about Romney’s taxes were “the truth.”
“I’m in the process of deciding this issue of whether I can perform both roles.”
“Trust me. If I wanted to rig the primary I could have.”
Democrats ready to break their own rules.
A man for the times
“Why should we trust you as chair to lead us through this?”
“…he will consider a response that is proportional.”
The new broom sweeps clean, except it’s the same as the old broom
And she really seems to believe it, too.
“Several staff members have already been asked to prepare statements about their departures.”
Decline and fall
“It’s wrong for her and it’s wrong for us.”
Malpractice or insanity?
“It is an outrage, and it’s sad …”
Reading is fundamentally crooked in this case
“…60% of respondents across the 21 countries polled believe they are not receiving their fair share of public benefits”