Why so hostile?
Since America’s chattering class has spent a freakish amount of time this past week debating what does and doesn’t count …
“I think most fourth-graders knows what the Holocaust was.”
“This is not going to be the country of white people.”
“Be strong & prosper, be weak & die!”
For Mass and interfaith meeting.
House Democrats want a rules change
Two firsts on the way.
“[T]he President’s repeated statements convey the primary purpose of the Proclamation — to exclude Muslims from the United States.”
“I don’t hate people.”
“We ought to stand up and say, that’s not right, that’s not our party, that is not us.”
“You have fascists and white supremacists and Islamophobes reigning in the White House.”
“The west will never, ever be broken.”
“There is no finding that present vetting standards are inadequate…”
“I’m going to not let [the president] be seen as the perpetrator here.”
“I think there’s a great deal that’s misunderstood about the Muslim world, by Americans and the Western world.”
“I think we ought to go back to the first one and go all the way.”
“What the president decides to say from the House floor will be an early indication of McMaster’s clout within the administration.”
“I’m going to ask him, who’s his acting coach.”
“You’re a sexist pig.”
“I’m just saying there is precedent for it and I’m not saying I agree with it.”
“she fabricated a report that she was assaulted and robbed”
And partial-birth abortion?
“We have radical Islamic terrorists coming in that have to be stopped.”
“Our Constitution is great, but it doesn’t necessarily give us the right to commit suicide, okay?”
“How are people supposed to find work if this goes on in some form for a year and a half?”
What a way to find out, too.
“There are too many people out at the same time and too many joggers at peak times.”