the senate has scheduled votes on plans to reopen the government later on this weekthe problem is that neither
“The Senate has scheduled votes on plans to reopen the government later on this week…the problem is that neither of these plans is expected to pass…that is why there is a big confrontation brewing between both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue,” CNN’s Jim reports.
i will never forget the site of his thugs in suits physically beating peaceful american protesters right on pe
@brhodes @WhitfordBradleyI will never forget the site of his thugs in suits physically beating peaceful American protesters right on Pennsylvania Avenue in plain sight. The DC police did nothing. The administration obviously did nothing.
on the one hand im glad lafayette park and pennsylvania avenue remain open to the public on the other more ugl
On the one hand, I’m glad Lafayette Park and Pennsylvania Avenue remain open to the public. On the other, more ugly barriers & heavily armed agents appear to have become a permanent fixture outside, at least until the height of the fence is raised. Not welcoming.
there is a push by some to say that both sides are to blame for the shutdown i would agree both sides of penns
There is a push by some to say that "both sides" are to blame for the shutdown. I would agree. Both sides of Pennsylvania Avenue. The White House and the GOP leaders of the Senate. It's pretty clear that's how the majority of Americans see it.