“We certainly don’t want to see a shutdown.”
“Any Republican that supports this garbage compromise, you will have to explain.”
“Why would you want to limit the number of detention beds…?”
“I want to find out what the Supreme Court is going to do first.”
“… they are Wasting their Time!”
Either it is or it isn’t
It would be easy if politicians weren’t addicted to the drama
“Is this the ‘let them eat cake’ kind of attitude?”
Cracks in the wall?
“… only doing it with what I like to call using a smart wall.”
Pelosi to Dems: Stop freelancing.
And 66% oppose “amnesty.”
Plus: Who’s most at fault for the shutdown?
“Trade a wall for AMNESTY, and there’s no purpose to having a wall.”
“I suggest everybody tune in.”
Compromises and other disasters.
“THE STATE OF THE UNION IS NOT FOR LIBERAL OBSTRUCTIONISTS!”
NYT: Trump expanding “critical” job designations.
2:1 support for Dem plan to re-open gov’t.
Not that different from slavery, really
“Maybe [Democrats] were celebrating the shutdown.”
“He’s not going to give in.”
“It’s as bad as I’ve ever seen it.”
The can-kicking Olympics.
“The problem is, there’s no pressure yet.”
“…there have been incidents of new roads being created by motorists and the destruction of Joshua trees in recent days”
Full Ginsberg ahead of speech.
“If you don’t compromise, then why isn’t the shutdown partially your responsibility as well?”
“Democrats wanted to push their proposed spending bill without funding for the president’s proposed border wall.”
Don’t look back.
Wait’ll next year!
Bring out yer dead
Where’s the sweet slat, er, spot?
The man with the plan? If so, he’s not telling us.
“That is not happening now. At all.”
“There will be a shutdown that will last for a very long time.”
“That’s what the f*** serving in Congress has come to.”
McConnell to push funding bill and punt.
Border Patrol union supports the shutdown.
“I’m talking about how you lied to the American people over and over again.”
Walz “deeply apologizes” to CNN. How about to Minnesotans?
“We have not heard from city leadership nor have we heard from Governor Walz about tamping down this violence.”