“I was just enormously disappointed about this…”
“I think it was.”
An unlikely challenge
But it comes with a catch
“Advancing the economic populism advocated by some on the left…could further disaffect voters…”
“If only, Democrats say, there was some person under 55 who had any profile.”
Definitely not… at least for now
Democrats forgot all about the “era of good feelings”
“Let her speak and don’t show up.”
“It is unseemly to be moving forward so fast…”
Fame, fortune and obstruction
“Multiple operatives are already advising ambitious candidates…”
Plus, the “fierce urgency of 2018.”
Politico says, “Yes.” I say, “Great Odin, no.”
“We are becoming a society incapable of having debates.”
“…would effectively allow Trump to dictate the direction of the CFPB”
“She’s got a consistent left-wing economic view that has a lot of support in the country.”
“McConnell doesn’t do anything without a plan.”
“All of this is in place and has been for hundreds of years.”
“No one’s going to look at a 44 percent reelect number and think that that’s a good number.”
“Power to the people!”
“I will manage things in a way that benefits the American people.”
62% said she should not run again.
They’re just the ones to do it.
“Too little, too late. Worthless.”
“Unmeasured and almost unhinged.”
Outrage upon outrage
It’s a bit one sided, don’t you think?
Fighting tort reform pays off.
“… Nothing more than a social club for a handful wealthy white donors and labor union officials to drink wine and read memos…”
“…a far greater threat to individual liberty”
“We want to hear from them.”
“The ACA is not sustainable…”