Edith Wharton, born January 24, 1862.
"The only way not to think about money is to have a great deal of it." pic.twitter.com/BEWMQdbYeJ
— The Modern Library (@ModernLibrary) January 24, 2023
Folks, House Republicans have proposed a new national sales tax on American families, which would increase the price of everything from groceries and gas to food and medicine.
Working families deserve better.
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) January 24, 2023
What Democrats did when we had power:
cut drug costs
expanded clean energy
tightened gun laws
ended corporate tax avoidance
What GOP wants to do with power:
cut Social Security/Medicare
stop paying America's bills
30% national sales tax
— Chris Murphy (@ChrisMurphyCT) January 21, 2023
Gallego is the perfect example of a candidate showing that you can be unabashedly progressive and not pay any electoral penalty. Fantastic message discipline and authenticity, and he’s overperformed across a host of environments. https://t.co/wOlUvdLJIl
— Lakshya Jain (@lxeagle17) January 23, 2023
.@chrislhayes on Sinema facing 2024 Senate challenge:
“She votes for the wealthy and big corporate interests at the expense of regular working people—because that's what she appears to believe in. Well now she's going to have to answer for those beliefs.”https://t.co/afoiwBHOTR
— All In with Chris Hayes (@allinwithchris) January 24, 2023
Darn you to heck, Nancy Smash! (Manic Pixie Dream Senator, bein’ delusional… or just performing for her Repub audience):
Krysten Sinema blames Nancy Pelosi for making @RubenGallego compete against her.
— ??????Ariana Wells?????????????? (@oregon_report) January 24, 2023
More good news for Gallego:
Some news in this: Blake Masters says he’s “seriously considering” running for senate in the battleground state again. With @yvonnewingett
— Liz Goodwin (@lizcgoodwin) January 19, 2023
There is nothing I would like more than to see Republicans get their campaign advice from Blake “The Biggest Loser” Masters https://t.co/V0C7cAH8VP
— Panda Bernstein (@J4Years) January 24, 2023