“No appetite on either side of the aisle … for another partial government shutdown.”
What jurisdiction would they have to intrude?
“And she’s going to go all out to take him out.”
Like a boss.
Those who can’t do math …
“They want her to lame duck herself.”
“Top Democrats…now tell us they plan to almost immediately begin exploring possible grounds for impeachment.”
“… more concerned with the question of how much Trump did not pay in taxes than with the question of how much you pay in taxes.”
“There’s no question in my mind: If we get 229, she will never get 218.”
“And how long are the curtains that you’re measuring right now?”
All of the above?
“…gained support over the weekend”
Even with a new map in Pennsylvania?
“Working out this deal and then saying she’s not going to vote for it? Come on. She was at the table.”
“I think some leaders pushing 80 think they are the future, and it’s laughable.”
Burning down the House.
What could go wrong (part III)?
“I think there comes a time when you need to pass that torch.”
“…78 House Democrats and 25 Democratic senators had signed on in support of the lawsuit.”
“As of Wednesday, Awan was still working as a technology adviser for Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz…”
“…it was such an ass-kicking up and down the ballot that no one knows who is right anymore.”
In a sane world …
“Opposition for opposition’s sake, even if we think the policies proposed are good for the American people…”
“…not-now-not-ever model of opposition”
“If people think elections are unfair or rigged or fraudulent in some important way, this has an important impact on their basic commitment to democracy.”
“The election was lost in the very area that we just ignored in the leadership assembly.”
Pin The Blame On Everyone But The Donkey finally over?
Wishcasting, projection, and narratives.
“I think there’s a lot of support for going in a different direction.”
“It is vital that our Caucus take the time to listen to the American people…”
If at first, and second, and third, and fourth you don’t succeed …
“Get all the facts, then decide accordingly what should be done.”
“We will not take this.”