“We’re trying to get a commercial break. We’re getting lopsided Democrats versus Republicans. We’ll try to rectify that.”
“If Democrats in Washington want to pin their hopes on a pro-Bush lobbyist who’s already lost two two midterm elections, they can explain that decision to progressives,” says Dayspring.
Support for Friday’s flight delay vote was the latest White House move on sequester that’s left Democrats on Capitol Hill grumbling. Meanwhile, the White House says Democrats in Congress don’t have the spine to take a political risk.
Whatever Progress Kentucky is trying to do, it should probably stop right now.
As the RNC sets out to expand outreach, Democratic reaction boils down to “we’ll believe it when we see it.”
CPAC crowd unmoved by the big moment, video shows. No gotcha here.
“We’re in a very good place on the president’s commitment to help,” Chairman Israel says.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee looks to hit Republicans again on cuts to Medicare.
Just one Dem participated in Rand Paul’s thirteen-hour filibuster against drone strikes. The defense: “A distraction” that just “didn’t feel like a constructive venue.”
Grassley’s decision to tone it down on Twitter made freshman Democratic senator “so sad.”
The president’s support will make their case easier.
The congresswoman from Florida will serve as chair for at least two more years.
“Democrats are baby-killers!”
And Republicans start looking for ways to embrace him. Liberals should be prepared to lose him.
Seeking to preempt concerns by some members of their own party. “It definitely could be potential problem.”
Obama knows his “plan” for legislation isn’t going anywhere and will just enrage Republicans. That may be the point, Democrats say.
The party is poised for a showdown over Social Security and Medicare. Obama vs. the liberals.
Few political figures in recent memory leave as conflicted a legacy as Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman, whose stellar, frustrating political career ends Wednesday. But documents from his time at Yale University show how his beliefs and record reflect the influence of his closest mentors, liberal and conservative.
Republicans offer tax hikes for income of more than $1 million, which some Democrats used to support. But that was just “a plan to smoke out the Republicans’ true position,” Pelosi says.
“I think they learned their lesson with the debt ceiling,” Schumer says.
“The expression ‘time is fleeting’ has never been more apropos than it is today,” Crowley says. Democrats sign a discharge petition to try to bring middle-class tax cuts to the floor.
Danger Room’s Spencer Ackerman rains on Rachel Maddow’s parade after the MSNBC host said that she thought Democrats were ready to fight Republicans to the finish over Guantanamo Bay.
The New York governor appears to be trying to run for president from the center. Liberals would prefer not to let him.
Always a bridesmaid, never the bride.
Democrats credit “strategic decisions over many months.” Basking in the glow of unlikely Senate victories on Election Day.
Four years later, the passion thrives.
Ch-ch-ch-changes. With key electoral wins and ballot initiatives, the hippies are taking over.
The polls have shown McCaskill leading, but not by much. “People might be humiliated to admit that they’ll vote for Todd Akin, but they’ll close the curtain and do it.”
But poll observer training document is misleading.