“But what competitive Senate races is the president campaigning in?”
“Barack Obama was on the ballot in 2012 and 2008.”
Sincerity in short supply.
When it comes to Mitch McConnell today, you know, OK, so he’ll win his primary. That is not a victory for the establishment.
The death spiral of entrepreneurialism.
“What’s true, is, the decision over the Keystone pipeline is complex, and it’s one that has to be examined very carefully.”
“I’m not going to confidently predict that Democrats will take the House back…”
Good luck with the anecdote war.
“You know, I don’t think we should be making excuses.”
Uhm… uhm… uhm…
That’s one way to spin the ol’ narrative, I suppose — that Republicans are actually trembling in fear that Americans …
Who is she to say whether a serially disrespectful, extramarital sexter who repeatedly lied to voters and whose campaign staff …
Shakin’ my head. Via National Review:
At a House hearing earlier this week, she worried that her staff is being “priced …
“They have to see the wizard and grow some courage.”
“Because of the outstanding job she has done…”
Nowhere else to go.
“I’m happy to answer any serious questions you have.”
Well, if anybody knows about “bellicose chest-thumping…”
The lady-parts debate?
Freudian slips and historical harmonics.
While Romney goes after their voters.
Plus: No apologies for lying about what Israel’s ambassador said.
Right on cue.
And … some consensus.
55 and over.
“There is even a new word for the social democratic swoon: Pasokization…”
“Kimmel and his staff also spoke with other activists and organizations opposing Graham-Cassidy…”