THE POTTY OF NO
What we really need is for one party to control both houses of Congress and the Presidency. They will then be able to do whatever really needs to be done for the good of the country and not save issues for future election cycles and Presidential grandstanding.What? It could happen…
♫ O’er the rampots we watched ♫
Love the Maine inflection on “party.” Just need a cat sitting on somebody’s shoulders.
Thanks for reminding me, somebodyshort. I’ll soon tune my radio to CBC Radio 2 for the news. Yes, happy Canada Day !!
Executive washroom or no $#!+ ?
The kitchen …may be?
Now don’t be silly, that’s just the door to the office.
@jrickard: Shouldn’t that be “Oer the Rumpots we watched” after all it is a bar…….sans Bartender!!
It is unfortunate when some folk’s idea of compromise is when they get what they want and the other side compromises!
I love the name of the bar. If I ever opened a bar in the Twilight Zone (AKA DC), I’d call it the ballot box and decorate the place with campaign signs: D’s on the left and R’s on the right. House rules would vary from night to night depending on who’s bartending. There would be a varying surcharge on beverages. It’s not a tax, it’s a “mandated gratuity.”
Some politicians’ signs would be several counties over.
I think it’s just an iconic “out of order” sign.
I’ve actually been in some places in DC with bathrooms like that. (betraying their southern roots.)
I like how SizeofaPea defines functional control of the Senate for the democrats as 60 votes, which they had for a year, not a “couple of months”, but as a mere majority for the republicans for 2001-2007. The republicans have not had 60% control of the Senate since the 1920’s.
It’s OKAY if a Republican goes there.
Yes. I constantly hear the Republicans calling for action that they failed to take when they had the power to do so. Take amnesty for illegal aliens, for instance. How shameful of them to use those people for campaign target practice.
No, not the Republicans or even the Tea Party…..that would be for the Pee Partiers in the crowd!
How could I forget? Finally able to wield a substantial veto-proof majority, the controlling party reformed the tax code, revised the immigration policy, revived the American economy and left themselves no campaign issues for 2012 or 2014. They made great progress for the people they represent, but caused great harm to their own political ambitions.Or did something else happen?