“It’s an insult to real whistleblowers to use the term with the Ukrainegate protagonist.”
“There is no further discussion ongoing between the legal team and the committees.”
“I don’t know how you get around that.”
“… and should be dismissed in the Senate without a trial.”
“Their court-packing plans are … a direct, immediate threat to the independence of the judiciary.”
Graham: “This is their home as much as mine.”
“Too little, too late”?
“There’s no question the Republican House failed.”
Welcome to Congress’ 32 Flavors of Irresponsible Emergencies.
Will Republicans pay the price?
The can-kicking Olympics.
“I don’t know if he sees the irony in it.”
“We’re not bluffing.”
Let the games begin!
The “wrap it up” chorus keeps growing.
“Many ideas, some good & some not so good …”
If you can’t say something nice…
And the House gets a second time, too.
“This tax bill is a true test for my colleagues.”
Arguments over deductions, rate levels, etc. to come.
Reform or regurgitation?
Also: House tax bill qualifies for reconciliation, but …
“What choice do I have?”
The impossible DREAM.
Feel the power of the barely operational Skinny Side of the Force!
“Let’s do a random selection.”
“‘Let’s fix it’ are the magic words.”
Repeal and replace getting split?
It’s not a slippery slope. It’s a freaking avalanche.
This was all over before it began
Pragmatism for the sake of pragmatism doesn’t always work.
“the Senate bill would go farther than the House version in its approach to cutting Medicaid spending.”
“Inching” being the operative word.
“Only Colin Kaepernick can mess this up.”
“Prosecutors said Avenatti concealed the fact that Nike agreed to pay the coach…”