A little bit here, a little bit there
Smoke signals, but no fire
Despite the inevitable court challenges
And do it without declaring an emergency
“He’ll consider any kind of reasonable proposition … there’s a general openness.”
“We thought he wouldn’t care what the elites thought and he’d actually keep his promises on this.”
“Somewhat unbecoming of a presidency.”
“The president should be really defending why we are funding such an agency at all.”
Or will he?
“It’s just the way the world works.”
The man with the plan? If so, he’s not telling us.
“It’s a textbook example of what the Drive-By Media calls compromise.”
He will “proudly” own the shutdown
“You get into a tinkle contest with a skunk, you get tinkle all over you.”
“He needs to dig in and not give in.”
“Most of us, speaking for myself, consider the wall immoral, ineffective and expensive.”
“We’re not negotiating in the press.”
“You asked what I’d give, and that’s what I’d give.”
And this time it’s not even about the citizenship question
The party of no thanks
The Democrats’ deal is looking worse and worse
“This plan flies in the face of what most Americans believe.”
This fight isn’t over yet
“I had Nancy Pelosi tell me to my face that she would get this done by the end of the year.”
“There is much I could say about this situation, but I will defer to this weekend’s comments by Senator Shelby.”
Down to the wire
The buck stops there.
Rahm to the rescue?
“Any Palestinian who would take part would be nothing but a collaborator for the Americans and Israel.”
“It’s a right of protest against people like him.”