“Boucher had previously been charged with a misdemeanor in a county court and had pleaded not guilty.”
Rules? Who needs rules?
Up next: a filibuster?
“[M]ay have been used … to so badly surveil and abuse the Trump Campaign…”
“If someone mugs you is it really justified for any reason?”
“I never saw him, never had a conversation.”
“This tax bill is a true test for my colleagues.”
“What the heck actually happened — and more importantly why?”
Principles or politics or both?
“There is no motive that would justify hitting somebody from behind and breaking their ribs…”
“The Pauls have had no conversations with (Boucher) in many years.”
“…a matter that most people would regard as trivial.”
“He’s pretty much the opposite of Rand Paul in every way.”
Optimism, for what it’s worth.
“Winners make policy and losers go home.”
Probably failure. And no…it’s not John McCain’s fault.
Rescuing Planned Parenthood?
Beat the clock?
“None of the seven wars we’re involved with now has anything to do with 9/11.”
Pearls are being clutched online over this clip because Carter was asked specifically about a woman, Lisa Murkowski, but clearly …
Here’s the skinny …
“Let’s do a random selection.”
Not enough votes.
Moment of truth.
Rand Paul gives thumbs down on reconciling.
“It’s not easy making America great again, is it?”
Repeal and replace getting split?
“The organization has always tried to find ways to milk money out of the public…”
Senate leadership wants a vote this week, others say, “Negative, Ghost Rider.”
Pragmatism for the sake of pragmatism doesn’t always work.
“Inching” being the operative word.