She’s above her own stay at home order, you know.
Hold on there, Joe.
And it really *is* a long way to November.
Funny how that works
Even among Democrats?
We have a plan for that….
“a concrete example of how identity politics can help…”
NBC: Sanders leads in Latino fundraising.
“…a work of fiction that was well-intentioned has led to such vitriolic rancor.”
“It’s so easy to be white and oblivious in this country.”
“People are asking, ‘what’s wrong with this picture?'”
First national co-chair
“Maybe we’re held to a different standard.”
“They must rise or fall, persist or give way, together.”
“I don’t think this is going to work out for me.”
“…these are qualities of an illiberal politics.”
“If Pete Buttigieg is elected it won’t feel like a vindication of Hillary Clinton. If a woman is elected, it will.”
Change is coming?
“History’s bloody revolutions show us what happens…”
Three words: Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.
Harsher, harsher, harsher.
Let us know how that works out
Give us somebody who can win
“It’s still early, but it is a little frustrating.”
“O’Rourke is acutely aware, too, of perhaps his biggest vulnerability—being a white man…”
“I explained to him why the photograph was offensive.”
” … black or Latino or woman or gay, regardless of what they stand for.”
“…on election night you’re going to find a very, very close situation”
“The answer to that is clear. She is not” Native American.
“The most important thing I can do as a white man is listen, listen, listen…”
“The left, while it currently seems ascendant in our houses of culture and art, has in fact entered its decadent late phase, and it is deeply vulnerable.”
Murder on the Identity Politics Express.
“a refutation of the most foundational and beautiful American idea…”
“It’s harder to make the case that a woman is against women’s rights.”
“We should get rid of the caucuses in the Democratic Party and come together again.”
“‘Diversity’ is now an explicit job qualification in the STEM fields.”
Yes, let’s try that again
Not getting the memo
“It is most accurate at this time to describe what is happening there as “protests”–not riots.”
“I’m talking about how you lied to the American people over and over again.”
Walz “deeply apologizes” to CNN. How about to Minnesotans?