Saving cash is fiscally conservative, right?
WSJ editorial: We concur.
“Russia’s cyber-attack is an unprecedented assault on the sanctity of our democratic process.”
“Speaker Paul Ryan’s office and other leadership staff have been researching ways they can punish Democrats…”
“We would basically have to throw out our entire frame that the GOP made Trump through years of divisive and ugly politics.”
Voter-ID law still in effect.
Coattails and boat anchors.
“We will have disagreements, but we will disagree as friends, and never stop working together toward victory.”
“Dark, grim, indefensible.”
“He won the thing fair and square.”
“There’s a conflict within the Trump campaign …”
Check yourself before you wreck yourself.
“I don’t care what they say, you’ll never hear me question anything about a Gold Star family.”
Make America work again.
“He who shall not be named.”
“Denying Secretary Clinton access to classified information certainly constitutes appropriate sanctions”
“I received and accepted their unanimous recommendation…”
“I think it’s the least we can do given how she was so reckless in handling classified material.”
“The decision is astounding.”
“Get all the facts, then decide accordingly what should be done.”
“anti-Semitic images, they’ve got no place in a presidential campaign.”
Shine some sunlight
Plus: The case for Trump, as a last resort.
“Putting politics before a public health crisis is about as irresponsible as it gets.”
“I decided that, in fact, this is not my party anymore.”
“We will not take this.”
“But we got the attention of the public.”
“we watched a publicity stunt, a fundraising stunt…”
“Delegates are, and should be, able to vote the way they see fit.”
Rescuing Planned Parenthood?
Dotards and madmen.
But the problem didn’t start with Trump