“Please respect our family’s privacy during this difficult time”
“People should not be afraid”
How do we reconcile this? Hmmm!
Not disclosure, but at least the other side of the argument
“I did not have a single constituent in the last two and one-half weeks approach me and say you have to deliver those articles of impeachment.”
He means you, Elizabeth Warren.
Some things don’t seem to add up
“Democrats … will rue the day, as they have before.”
“There are so many more important things to do.”
“The death of shame”?
“The one thing we do know is he struggles with telling the truth.”
“Sen. Reid was improperly using a flat resistance band that morning…”
He Who Shall Not Be Named.
“Only speak when spoken to at events.”
“I think he would be a great foil against Trump.”
Poll: More people blame the media than Trump?
“Immigrants are the lifeblood of our nation. They are our power and our strength.”
“No sane country would do that, right?”
The Daily Beast: Avenatti owed “millions” to IRS, others.
Er … whose fix?
All of this and nothing.
“But there’s hypocrisy on your side on this too, right?”
The hair of the dog?
“Which side are you on?”
“Long term, for the health of the Senate, we can’t keep doing this.”
“Bad weeds never die.”
Maybe the truth is out there after all
“There is no danger to American interests from releasing it.”
“I think it was not a very satisfactory meeting.”
“150 years ago, people would have been hung for those kinds of leaks.”
Another Reid Option?
Oh what a difference a few years make
Bad faith clowns.
Choices and consequences.
And so will anyone else.
Liberal Yale law prof: You’d better give them to him, then.
“I think we have to have an investigation by the FBI…”
“I think action needs to be taken.”
Don’t bother. It’s too late
“Much smaller service, much higher prices.”