Swing and a miss
“The taxpayers won’t pay a dime for my seat on those planes.”
“I will tell you personally, I’m not happy about it.”
Be stingy with the public purse, sir.
“Price’s frequent trips around the country have rankled staff inside the White House…”
Eye of the storm.
“I’m just asking you as a father.”
Health care and tweeting and Russia, oh my!
Promise kept … after a while.
But not LGBT protections.
“A runoff will be a win.”
Rule of law and whim.
Didn’t work in “A Few Good Men,” probably not going to work now. Tom Price gives it his best shot, …
Price: Have to “fix a system that’s not working.”
Conference committee comeback?
Harry Reid’s biggest win of all?
“Eighty percent of life is showing up. Democrats are just wasting their lives.”
“They ought to stop posturing and acting like idiots.”
“He made a promise in the campaign that that was something that he didn’t want to do.”
Rip the Band-Aid, don’t tug at it for three years.
A history of regulatory restraint
A third way to Medicare reform?
“Let’s hope they do not surrender before the fight even begins.”
“…a case study in what writer James Lindsay calls ‘idea laundering'”
“GRU officers used a Guccifer 2.0 email address to send WikiLeaks an encrypted one-gigabyte file”