If these Democratic senators opposed the bill, why did they vote Yes on the enabling cloture vote? If they supported the bill, why did they vote No when the bill came to the floor?
This is the epitome of bipartisan blather: “the hope that the spirit of compromise…might flourish and grow.”
The Democrats should see every lost vote – especially those votes lost to low turnout – as an opportunity.
Mike Huckabee played the false equivalency game when it came to the objections we heard from the left and the right on the rotten "cromnibus" spending bill that passed over the weekend.
Fox News, Huckabee, Dec. 13, 2014. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2014/12/huckabee-elizabeth-warren-hated-cromnibus
Senator Ted Cruz is at it again, this time over the immigration provisions in the Cromnibus bill.
Virginia Democrat Jim Moran thinks Americans shouldn't object to the dangerous Dodd-Frank-killing provisions in the CRomnibus Bill.
MSNBC, Up with Steve Kornacki, Dec. 13, 2014. Rep. Jim Moran attacks Sen. Elizabeth Warren for pushing to remove the provisions written by Citigroup dismantling Dodd-Frank in the cromnibus spending bill that narrowly passed the House. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2014/12/moran-accuses-warren-demagoguery-kornackis
At the eleventh hour, John Boehner managed to squeak out a spending bill, with the cooperation of a few Democrats.
The talking heads on CNN did their best to dismiss any influence Elizabeth Warren might have on whether this godawful "cromnibus" spending bill is passed or not. Let's hope she proves them wrong.
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