Mitch McConnell, you are too much sometimes.
The Speaker of the House and the Senate Minority Leader have an "unusual bond," the New York Times tells us today. Paging Apatow!
"If the president is willing to do what I and my members would do anyway, we’re not going to say no."
The Democrats have reportedly secured the nine GOP votes they needed.
They're circulating a letter calling for a filibuster of almost everything.
But Rachel Maddow is happy to point out his George W. Bush problem.
The GOP looks set to enact a self-imposed earmark ban.
The RNC chair is facing a shadow campaign engineered by Haley Barbour's nephew.
Democrats pounce on his "single most important thing" remark.
Plus, the Washington 'Post''s Eugene Robinson and Keith Olbermann see gridlock as a political "wet dream" for Barack Obama.
"The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president."
It's a logical move, like throwing tea off the side of the boat.
It's Hillary's "as far as I know" all over again.
This should be fairly depressing for John Boehner and Mitch McConnell.
Chris Matthews calls them out.
Don't "exploit" the oil spill to push for energy reform, they say.
Obama accuses Mitch McConnell of making a "cynical and deceptive assertion."
Or maybe that makes no sense at all.
Why it should be no surprise that many Republicans are rallying to Reid's defense.