“…more compassion for transient criminals than for the victims of their crimes.”
“I actually was at the March on Washington with Dr. King back in 1963.”
“If you’re going to have a coherent, cohesive society, then everybody has to have some agreed-upon rules.”
“…he has joined the ranks of the millionaires he has denounced for years.”
Two to one.
“Show me the really left-left-left-left-wingers who beat a Republican.”
“It certainly wasn’t when people were enslaved.”
“That’s some serious entitlement.”
She still loves government picking winners and losers.
“We want to recognize the actual policies that are behind the pretty face and the smile.”
“Hillary and I have, you know, fundamental differences and that’s what it is.”
“There’s scientific consensus that the lives of children are going to be very difficult.”
How about that?
“It used to be that we would protest wars. Now we are protesting jobs?”
“I won the popular vote. All of this has sort of vindicated what happened in 2016.”
“It’ll clear my head, reset, I’ll think new thoughts, break out of the loops I’ve been stuck in.”
“I will do whatever it takes, for as long as it takes, to remove a president.”
“I love Joe, but the party needs someone younger.”
“What it does is that it creates a window where we could potentially get more conservative leadership.”
Trump derangement syndrome strikes again.
“No official in the United States government can exercise that kind of nationwide power…”
The voice of … reason?