When it comes to taking credit for tilting the pre-election playing field so smoothly in their direction, the GOP is the very picture of modesty.
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What the people said on Tuesday night completely squares with what I've been saying all along: "It's time to get rid of the designated-hitter rule."
Their answers are simple, but governing's hard,
And facts deserve more than their blithe disregard.
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" -- whatever you can. We'll just have to figure -- yeah, hello."
"Good morning, is this Mandate Movers?"
I'm angry. It's OK to be angry. In New York, there's a lot to be angry about, so why shouldn't I be angry? I say what's on my mind. If I offended anybody, I apologize. So here's my question: Why am I losing by 20 points?
Taxes. They don't like 'em. (Who does?) They've never liked 'em. But this time around, they've found a new reason not to like 'em. They breed uncertainty. Or so the Republicans keep telling us.
If tainted eggs can spread salmonella, can tainted salmon spread eggstacy?
You know, this is the first time I've ever tried to fly a plane, but I've got plenty of common-sense values, so those big thunderstorms up ahead shouldn't be any kind of problem.
"You saw the numbers?" "Of course I saw the numbers." "Those are some awful numbers." "So are we talking bloodbath here?" "Bloodbath?" "Bloodbath. Bad. 'Speaker Boehner' bad. Fifty seats bad."
Mitch McConnell says he's never done anything wrong with mutton. I take him at his word, for Mitch McConnell is an honorable man.
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