SENATE REPUBLICANS ARE ADDICTED TO KOCH!
There isn’t a Republican Party. I wish there were, I wish there was a Republican Party. I wish there was one person we could sit across the table from, make a deal, make a compromise and know when you got up from that table it was done.
All you had to do was look at the response to the State of the Union, what were there, three or four? I’m not being facetious.
Jon Stewart’s epic rant against Republican obstructionism — starting Day One of Obama’s administration — from last night’s The Daily Show.
You can tell how little regard Republican lawmakers have for women as independent, free-thinking human beings whenever abortion is the topic. Immediately the woman is no longer a woman, but a mother even if it was not her choice to become one. She is no longer a human capable of making her own choices, but a mother who must sacrifice herself for the baby the law deems is now her responsibility no matter how it came to be. Women from a so-called “pro-life” POV exist primarily to carry and raise children.
To be fair President Obama and his party did not create all of these problems. The Republican establishment in Washington can be just as out of touch as the Democratic establishment.
Senator Mike Lee (R-UT), Tea Party response to SOTU 2014
You’re onto somethi- Oh, wait. You kept talking.
"Protesting against dysfunctional government is a great American tradition."
— Senator Mike Lee with the Tea Party response. Hahahahaha. Ha.
Republicans believe healthcare decisions should be yours and not the government’s.
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA)