And then there were 50.
The hard sell.
“Too many of my constituents will lose insurance and there will be less funds to help the poor and elderly with their healthcare.”
“I am not going to defend Donald Trump — not now, not in the future.”
“That is just political talk. It’s just politicians engaging in spin.”
Didn’t work in “A Few Good Men,” probably not going to work now. Tom Price gives it his best shot, …
Test of wills.
Moment of truth.
“Americans have choices, and they’ve got to make a choice.”
“Conservatives are going to be in a box.”
“I demand the House release the text of the bill.”
“I shouldn’t call it ‘repeal and replace’ because it’s not going to happen.”
“I don’t have any issues with the press myself.”
“Why aren’t you checking out your own president?”
“We don’t know, are they uncontrollable? Are they uncontrolled?”
“You figure out how to work with them or you’re going to get crushed.”
Probably wasn’t going to happen anyway
The decline and fall of societal norms goes mainstream