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1.) Swamp Fox - 01/23/2017
[QUOTE]According to six sources familiar with the negotiations over [Mike] Pompeo's [R, Kans.] confirmation, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer [D, NY] told Republican leaders that he would allow Pompeo to be confirmed by voice vote on Inauguration Day, along with two other Trump nominees who have national security responsibilities. But Schumer broke his promise, these sources say, and offered an insulting excuse for having done so.


Schumer told [Intelligence Committee member Tom] Cotton [R, Ark.] that the Senate had never previously confirmed a CIA director on Inauguration Day and if Cotton had been around eight years earlier, he'd know that Republicans didn't extend that courtesy for incoming president Barack Obama. [B]"Eight years ago, I was getting my ass shot at in Afghanistan," Cotton snapped. "So don't talk to me about where I was 8 years ago."


[Intel Committee member Richard] Burr [R, NC], not known for his aggressiveness, pointedly told Schumer that Republicans had learned something important about taking Schumer at his word. "I won't make that mistake again," he said.[/QUOTE]

2.) DParker - 01/23/2017
Chuck Schumer is about as disgusting a human being as his niece.
3.) Swamp Fox - 01/23/2017
And I'm not sure I've ever heard her say something funny, either. Could be wrong about that, and Samantha Bee is probably worse on that score, but that's a pretty low bar.

I know I never do personal insults, but I'm gonna break my rule just this one time...LOL...

Saw this the other day:

Also, while we're on the subject:

4.) bluecat - 01/23/2017
+ 4 :-)