Got to appreciate the powerful troll energy of that opening line https://t.co/Bm28CLXUMN
— The Mall Krampus (@cakotz) December 29, 2020
While #MoscowMitch continues his career as a sabateur — more on that later — I’m grateful, again, that we have Speaker Pelosi as an example of how legislating can be done…
McConnell’s 1 insight was he could kill just about everything through process, press wouldn’t explain, & voters wouldn’t punish incumbents for what they don’t vote on. But this is an extraordinary situation & the R’s may take blame for the process, & it validates Biden’s argument
— Dana Houle (@DanaHoule) December 29, 2020
Some days, the choices are truly as simple and as telling as they seem.
The choice today is to help workers and families across America who are struggling to survive this pandemic or to be in the way of that help getting to the people. https://t.co/V3O9DVcofI
— Nancy Pelosi (@TeamPelosi) December 28, 2020
Full video of @SpeakerPelosi saying on the record that college dependents and those with disabilities will be covered. All adults over the age of 16 will be covered by the houses bill.
This now goes to the Senate: call your senators and force them to pass this bill pic.twitter.com/9nXNYQ7TBs
— Adam Christensen (@AC4Congress2020) December 29, 2020
And that is her job. People may say, "Well, she shouldn't be front and center," and now that a Democrat is going to be president, she won't be. As a Speaker, she is simply outstanding. https://t.co/vmbpXtuAHA
— Jeff Fecke (@jkfecke) December 29, 2020
I learned how good Pelosi was at her job by listening to the fear and awe in Republicans’ voices whenever they wretched about her.
It wasn’t the spite or contempt or plain hate they have for Sec. Clinton or any number of women, but a lament that they had no equal on their side.
— Peter Wolf (@peterawolf) December 29, 2020