Yesterday’s Quote of the Day Today!

“There was fault on both sides. The interrupting on both sides, the name-calling was very unbecoming for a presidential debate.” — Susan Collins taking a very firm stand

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14 Responses to Yesterday’s Quote of the Day Today!

  1. sos says:

    Please tell me she furrowed. All comity henceforth will surely be lost without the Furrow of Righteousness.

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  2. Susan Colllins, always on the train to equivocation station. Honestly, I feel VERY CONCERNED about her. snort

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  3. Infidel753 says:

    Sigh. I realize she’s far from being among the worst republicans, but I’m really looking forward to her not being a public figure any more.

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  4. donnah says:

    Susan Collins, Voice of Concern, hopefully soon to be retired from office and consigned to washing dishes in a food pantry that serves the needy. She’s a complete sellout, not to mention being an idiot. Go away!

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  5. Sirius Lunacy says:

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  6. Oneofthebobs says:

    Are people on both sides sick of Susan Collins yet?

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  7. Buttermilk Sky says:

    “Yes, it would have been a normal campaign event for Mr. Trump if they hadn’t kept interrupting him,” she didn’t have to add.

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  8. Dennis Cole says:

    “And then, my toast was burnt – on both sides! My eggs were overcooked – on both sides! I don’t need to tell you I’m very concerned, how this is happening to both sides!”

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  9. MDavis says:

    Dammit! If I end up listening to the ahem “debate” I’ll blame Collins.
    Up to now, all I’ve needed to know is that it was a shit show, as expected, and the debate moderator ahem met expectations.

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  10. H-Bob says:

    Someone has suggested that the next moderator ask Trump to explain the difference between Austria and Australia !

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