“All of the sudden the Democratic leader and the speaker of the House shows up, and we’re back to square one.”
Schumer: “I should not have used the words I used yesterday. They did not come out the way I intended to.”
Beltway or bust.
Will Democrats now sing Bolton’s praises too?
“I did not have a single constituent in the last two and one-half weeks approach me and say you have to deliver those articles of impeachment.”
“The House Democrats’ turn is over”: McConnell stands firm.
“If we don’t agree on a set of rules before the articles arrive over here, I think we’re cooked.”
“I supported her wholeheartedly, but I believe it’s time for another nominee.”
Sounds … familiar.
Message to Democrats?
“Their court-packing plans are … a direct, immediate threat to the independence of the judiciary.”
“Democrats … will rue the day, as they have before.”
NPR/Marist poll: Majority agrees.
“When the Senate votes, they have to choose: endorse Governor Northam and infanticide or defend newborn babies.”
“They hate President Trump so much that they cannot behave in a rational manner.”
“Is she running as a Democrat or is she going to go the coffee man’s way?”
“Well, I’m not there.”
Are there any Senate Dems who want their current job?
“the investigation’s apparent narrow reach has infuriated the judge’s critics…”
A new wrinkle
Sauce for the goose.
“Sham!” Well … yeah.
In a rational world …
“We can’t keep going down this partisan, picky, stupid, dumbass road…”
Plus: Another post-Putin summit chorus of “If we lose, you must recuse.”
“It ain’t California and New York that’s electing a senator from Montana.”
“Democrats believe the No. 1 issue in America is health care.”
“Long term, for the health of the Senate, we can’t keep doing this.”
“Senate Democrats said they’re confident they have the votes to block the stop-gap spending bill that the House is taking up…”
Maybe after January 16th.
“In this instance, Joe did not do as well as I had hoped in responding.”
No boat ride for you, buddy.
“…they don’t even see differences between individuals as having any role to play in success.”