“They need to return the money, and if they did this knowingly they need to be held accountable.”
The Flounder Defense?
Due process for me, but not for thee?
“We ought to keep our guard up as this story progresses.”
“They wanted to know about Andy Lack…”
“This is evidence that it was a setup…”
“That’s above my pay grade.”
“Could he find his car in a three-tiered parking garage? Could he navigate a salad bar?”
“There is no greater moral crime than betraying your country in a time of crisis.”
Behind this curve, but ahead of the next one.
“People you know will get sick. Some may die. This is real.”
“It makes the Green New Deal look like the status quo.”
“But now, for some reason, we do seem to trust them implicitly and completely.”
Unspecified general and punitive damages
“I think the core question is: He shouldn’t be on here at all.”
House Republicans to Graham: Where are you?
“It makes people cynical when you … pretend that your angry political opinions are news, you know, people tune out.”
“Attacking our colleague who’s here to offer legal assessments on our air is repugnant.”
The truth is way out there
“…he dreams of killing others and [being] covered in blood.”
“It never used to bother you like this.”
Now and forever.
Odd man out?
Not worth it.
Cotton: Bomb bomb Iran.
“Fauxmacho man bullsh*t.”
“Fox News is not a conventional news operation if it’s a news operation at all.”
“Mercifully, John Bolton doesn’t command the military. President Trump does.”
“Why do [our leaders] seem to care more about Venezuela than they care about this country?”
“I haven’t seen progressive rhetoric ease after a Bernie Sanders fan nearly assassinated Steve Scalise”
“Backer claimed the company operated at a loss to provide its approved candidates with campaign services on the cheap.”
“Be strong & prosper, be weak & die!”
And guess where it’s coming from