“Socialism, Medicare for all … versus returning it all to the states?”
“Your behavior is causing great concern among the majority of the American people.”
“Then he got hit.”
“This president doesn’t have a credibility gap. He has a credibility chasm.”
“I just want to be part of the news.”
The opposition party?
“I didn’t know you were the spokesperson for Mitt Romney.”
“We’re in the business of sussing out what is true and what is false.”
How about … Keith Ellison?
What took this long?
“…you should be ashamed to have written it after I told you what happened.”
“I condemn it in no uncertain terms, it’s awful.”
“I’m glad you asked this question.”
It’s not the cough, it’s the cover-up.
They can’t understand why anybody would ever question their ethics or their integrity.
“What resulted Friday were still more mischaracterizations.”
“No, that is not true.”
They don’t look like they’re on the run to me
Well, not everyone in the media at least
Would our arguments, “not be stronger?”
“None of us should dismiss those concerns out of hand”
What took so long?
“They took something they didn’t like and pretended it didn’t happen.”
“You’re perfectly entitled to your own opinions. Not to your own facts.”
Keep shopping around, lady
“We never said Super Tuesday was our firewall.”
We do it for the grassroots
DWS: No, it wouldn’t.
The CNBC curse
“Just a matter of time” before ISIS strikes in the US?
“That’s how it works”
The debate moderator lays it all out for us
Kids table redux
“Maybe somebody should watch them”
“I put ESPN in a bad spot…”
Reform or revolt?
Would you care to explain?