Ladies and gentlemen, allow us to introduce fiscal desolation
“I feel very good about Republicans.”
“Working out this deal and then saying she’s not going to vote for it? Come on. She was at the table.”
“Pelosi has to answer to angry members of her base, and try to placate them…”
“A dollar fifty is a dollar fifty.”
“I think we should disclose all this stuff. It’s the best disinfectant.”
“We’re not going to give in to this kind of brinksmanship…”
Insider: “A content farm for last-resort clickbait.”
“We want to have a DACA compromise.”
Maybe a bit too quiet.
“And alongside the obits for Ryan, McConnell, and Pence “
GOP civil war postponed, not prevented.
“Are you living in a fantasy world?”
And the House gets a second time, too.
“Several provisions in the House-passed overhaul appear to violate the procedural rules of the Senate…”
Hatch to Corker: Maybe you should pay better attention.
“Is it a Boehner-meeting-the-pope moment?”
“Better have your fiancée b*** you before she walks down the aisle…”
“This tax bill is a true test for my colleagues.”
“Number one, these allegations are credible.”
Arguments over deductions, rate levels, etc. to come.
Reform or regurgitation?
Pass the Jiffy Pop.
Focusing on immutable identity rather than mutable policy.
Ryan: “The Senate should keep its focus on repeal and replace of Obamacare.”
“If you steal an election, neither you or your party should benefit from that theft.”
“To call them creeps is an affront to creeps.”
“Sick and tired of nothing happening.”
“This sounds crass…”
“I’m definitely a living example that miracles really do happen.”
“Would definitely make some in our conference pretty upset if we took it up.”
“A bipartisan moment.”
“If things don’t change — and fast — the American people will demand new leadership in Congress.”