Foot dragging on the way to the nuclear option
From “no” to “hell no”
Deus ex machina.
And then there were 50.
Test of wills.
“Anyone who wants to take me on knows it’s going to be a real ordeal.”
“As drafted, I do not believe this bill would pass the United States Senate.”
So this is where the Senate Minority Leader wants to focus his attention
Knock me over with a feather
What could go wrong?
A woman of virtually no accomplishments seeking relevance among the wreckage
“Quite frankly, I don’t know that this administration supports a full repeal.”
You better find some other red meat to throw to them
“What you’re witnessing is the beginning of Chelsea Clinton’s political career.”
“I’m putting the GOP on notice! No more excuses, no more explanations. Go to work, roll up your sleeves, and do your job!”
“We are becoming a society incapable of having debates.”
The Senator will take her seat.
Hey, why not?
Final vote expected Wednesday.
“The Committee will follow the intelligence wherever it leads.”
The Democrats are furious
I suppose it’s about the same as that of everyone else in the current administration
“I happen to support the Supreme Court’s decision on that matter.”
Not all one big happy family, but there’s progress
Be careful what you wish for
“I promise you that we will be united against any Supreme Court nominee that Hillary Clinton, if she were president, would put up.”
“…it may prove to be tougher than many Democrats were thinking a few months ago.”
“What choice would Democrats have? The country can’t be run this way, where nothing gets done.”
Time to muscle up?
“I think that’s silly.”